"Let Go" is the third song from the new album ‘Nabuma Rubberband’.

Pre-order the album on Itunes now and receive “Let Go”, “Paris” and “Klapp Klapp” instantly - po.st/NabumaRubberband
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Available in the USA on May 13th on Loma Vista Recordings
Available in the rest of the world on May 12th on Because Music



Here’s a brand new remix to get you all on them summer vibes. We loved the original and really appreciate Logic giving us the opportunity to remix this. Details on our new EP coming next week. Thanks for all the support fam!!

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Steezmonks’ edit for ”When a fire starts to burn”, track by the renowned duo Disclosure, nominated this year for Best Dance/Electronica Album at the Grammy Awards.

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dC53oG-RndY&list=UU-4iD8JcAfxtjV84yY76zBg

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Hope you enjoy our track!

The First Lady of TDE, SZA, isn’t one to ever offer average singing or songwriting, and with her latest single released in the wake of her upcoming TDE-debut, Z, she’s further solidified our belief in her undefinable talents. “Sweet November” is the aptly named title of the new track, which takes a dip sonically into a swank blues bar with the jazz ensemble and distorted guitars alive and well. SZA makes incredible use of the antique atmosphere with her gorgeously pervading tone, and it’s tough not to feel like you’re melting into the effort as you let it sink into your ears. The track is the second lifted from Z, which will be available for purchase on iTunes next week (April 8th)

I discovered Frankie Knuckles through his music, one that was, gentle, lush with a subdued, understated power that rocked many a dancefloor.
I had the privilege to hear him once in the heyday of his legendary residency at Sound Factory Bar in New York. I was submerged, sonically and emotionally by the beauty of the music I heard that night. I remember very clearly saying to myself that this would be impossible to ever equal.
That was 20 years ago, and I never got to hear this magic combination again.

I got to meet Frankie a few times, and he was always like his music, gentle, humble, yet naturally imposing

I’ve put together here some of my favorite music from him. So that his legacy can keep on inspiring other people.

Rest in peace, Frankie, may your music keep on moving people eternally