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Femme Litre by Kingdom



Does Fade To Mind bossman Ezra Rubin ever not deliver? We’re yet to hear any evidence of this statement being inaccurate.

Sloe Eyes by Samoyed


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Jacques Greene recently mentioned his fondness for Scottish producer Samoyed, so perhaps it’s not too surprising that his Vase imprint will be responsible for the latter’s latest release. It’s warm, rich, House music - a sound the Dundee producer has seemingly mastered over the past year or so. The Her Honey Dripping Behind EP remains one of our most listened to releases from last year, and interestingly, is the only bit to drop on Lukid’s Glum imprint in 2012. ‘Sloe Eyes’ is set for a February 18 release. Big ups.

Quicksand by Jacques Greene


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Jacques Greene dropped his Fader mix a few weeks ago - and it’s one we highly suggest giving a spin. It included bits from Samoyed, Jimmy Edgar, and Machinedrum amongst others, as well as this unreleased track - which was untitled until now. ‘Quicksand’ illustrates Greene’s seemingly innate ability to produce catchy, pop-inspired jams, making it little wonder he’s one of the bigger names in the “bass” music scene. There’s no release details on this as yet, but here’s hoping it gets one.

White Noise (feat. AlunaGeorge) by Disclosure


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How much hype can a hype track hype?

Get You Off by Night Drugs & Raziek


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Montpellier based duo Night Drugs (pictured) collaborate with fellow Frenchman Raziek on this funky House joint. Despite it being the middle of winter in the Northern Hemisphere - as we’re sure many of our readers are well aware, this track has more of a summery party vibe to it, rather than a glacial House feel that would probably reflect the weather better. So for anyone in that part of the world who prefers their days a little warmer - give this one a spin and pretend you’re somewhere else. Enjoy.

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