Hailing from Moscow, indie-pop purveyors Pompeya have dazzled the music scene both at home and abroad with catchy synth melodies, bouncy bass lines and soulful vocals, inspired by 70s disco, 80s New Wave and 90s indie rock. Theirlast album Real has received the remix treatment and Mishu Records has decided to release all the reworks as an 11-track compilation, Real x Night (The Remixes).
The record features remixes and bonus tracks showcasing a selection of both heavyweights and up-and-comers including Amtrac, Mystery Skulls, Win & Woo, Jerome LOL, The Twelves and Moullinex.
For more info, check out Pompeya’s official site or Facebook. You can download all their music on
After the success of his debut single “Freedom”, which premiered on Annie Mac’s Free Music Monday, G R A D E S is now sharing “Owe It To Yourself”, a brand new bouncy house track perfect for those long sultry summer nights. Playfully swinging between the past and the present, G R A D E S has crafted another calling card for his talents with an upbeat house track that is artfully built around enchanting vocals.
The South London DJ, producer and songwriter has built a solid reputation with a handful of tight bootlegs (his spin on Brandy’s R&B classic “I Wanna Be Down” got 200,000 plays in just 3 days) and well-received remixes for the likes of The Magician and Hot Natured. G R A D E S is hot-on-the-heels of producers like Bondax and Kaytranada, bringing forward a washed-out house music sound that has received accolades from Annie Mac, Pete Tong, etc.
“Owe It To Yourself” is taken from his debut EP which will be released on August 4th. You can already pre-order the limited edition white label 12″ from the Stereo Boutique. For more info and updates check out the official Facebook.
Swedish outfit Little Dragon released their fourth studio album in May 2014 to overwhelmingly positive reviews. Out on Loma Vista Recordings, Nabuma Rubberband includes twelve brand new tracks and features collaborations with Dave from De La Soul and Robin Hannibal.
One of the album’s standout tracks “Pretty Girls” was recently remixed by Australian artist Chet Faker, who puts a clubbier spin on this slow jam. Warping Yukimi Nagano’s vocals in layers of synths, atmospheric bass pulses and hysterical beats, the Aussie producer reinvents the song and takes things to the dark side with this smoky, sweaty reinterpretation.
Check out their website/Facebook and buy the music on
Over the past twelve months or so Aussie three piece RÜFÜS have built a solid reputation as Sydney’s best purveyors of highly volatile, indie dance beats. Euphoric, moody and deliciously low-fi, their compositions have been hailed by critics and embraced by thousands of dreamy-eyed, hips swaying fans. Their latest release is the Summer + Selena Remix EP, available now through Continental Records and it should definitely earn a few extra followers…
Rüfüs - This Summer (RUFUS Remix)
The EP features five superb remixes courtesy of Parachute Youth, JBAG, Softwar, Lancelot and Frames, as well as a rework of “This Summer” by Rüfüs themselves. If there was ever a good time to revisit some of the trio’s best remixes, it is now! Check out a little selection below or click here and here for more…
Rüfüs - We Left (Ride The Universe Remix)
Rüfüs - Paris Collides (Frames Remix)
For more info and music go to the band’s Facebook. You can buy their debut EP on Bandcamp and all further releases on
Based in Los Angeles, self-contained duo DWNTWN (aka Jamie Leffler and Robert Cepeda) are self-defined as ” a folk band who just happen to make electronic music”.
After getting their track “See My Eyes” featured on Kitsuné’s AMERICA compilation in May and releasing the gorgeous Cowboys EP last month, the band is now sharing a free download of “See My Eyes” remixed by French duo BeatauCue!
DWNTWN - See My Eyes (BeatauCue Remix)
Connect with DWNTWN on Facebook or check out their official site. Buy their debut EP on