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PANAMA – JUNGLE (ElectroPop – Australia)

Over the past couple of years, Australian outfit Panama have won many hearts with their trademark electronic power ballads (“Always”, “Stay Forever”) and 2015 saw them release new single “Jungle”, a slow-burn 80s tinged pop jam featuring epic synths.

The Jungle EP includes an exciting remix package featuring Motez, LUKA, Octo Octa, GXNXVS and, last but not least, Brooklyn-based producer Chrome Sparks. Listen below!

More info on Panama’s official site or Facebook. Buy on


Elizabeth Rose

Last month saw the release of Sydney-based DJ, singer and producer Elizabeth Rose‘s new single, “Another Earth”, a smooth yet edgy electronic jam that elegantly bridges the gap retro R&B and avant-garde pop. Co-produced by Brooklyn’s Chrome Sparks, it features sparkly synths, rich background textures and an infectious bass line that will make this song bounce around in your head for days.

Having previously worked with Flight Facilities and The Aston Shuffle, Elizabeth Rose released her self-titled debut EP in 2014 and her new single marks yet another exciting chapter in her budding career. Available now via Inertia’s new imprint Midnight Feature, “Another Earth” serves as the first official single off Elizabeth’s forthcoming debut album (due out later this year).

Find her on Facebook or SoundCloud. Buy the music on


Jeremy Malvin, aka Chrome Sparks, grew up in Pittsburgh and then moved to Ann Arbor to study percussion at the University of Michigan. Now the young beatmaker just chills and makes glitchy dreampop, when he isn’t playing drums for StepDad or making high-energy remixes under his Professor Purple alias. The latest result of his musical experiments is a new 7-track EP, released as a free download via BandCamp.

For a little taste of what the My <3 EP sounds like, check out Chrome Sparks’ mind-blowing collaboration with talented LA’s own Steffaloo just below…

Chrome Sparks - All There Is (Feat. Steffaloo)     

For more info, check out Chrome Sparks’ page on Facebook. You can also buy all his releases on a name-your-own-price basis via BandCamp.