WHERE YOU AND I BEGIN.

wingtipWingtip‘s come on strong over the past 12 months, quickly establishing himself as one of our favorite new Brooklyn producers. With a handful of strong early offerings under his belt already – not to mention a truly technicolor remix of Tigertown‘s “Lonely Cities” – Wingtip delivers his latest and greatest today on “Rewind”. Featuring NYC chanteuse Sophie Strauss, it’s a starburst of nu-disco nostalgia for hazy days gone by and another trophy on the mantle for the hometown hero. Don’t miss Wingtip on tour with Giraffage through November.

SMILE FOR THE CAMERA.

gsmithG.Smith is a new LA upstart about to burn up the west coast. After stepping out with a sterling cover of Radiohead‘s “All I Need” in July, she arrives with a momentous statement of intent on debut single “Life Out” today. Unfurling slowly with an enchanting whisper, it crescendoes and crescendoes into pure pop oblivion, fluttering to earth somewhere between Ryn Weaver and Gwen Stefani. Fall under her spell below.

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR.

courtshipCourtship are one of our favorite new acts to hit our radar this summer, with debut single “Stop For Nothing” burning bright as one of the year’s strongest debuts since arriving last month. Today, we’re pleased to unveil a hot tropic remix courtesy of long time favorites, Body Language. As advertised, it comes correct with all the tie-dyed poolside vocals and sleeveless synths we could ever ask for, the perfect soundtrack for the indian summer we all need right now.

NOW BE FREE.

vosElla Vos is a name to remember. The LA singer-songwriter makes her precocious debut today with “White Noise”, a regal pop number fueled by Ella’s quivering vocals and skittering percussion, all heartbreak piano chords and tip-toeing electronic flourishes. Bringing to mind shades of another Ella we know, Vos has all the makings of a true royal in her own right, and is one to keep an eye on in the months to come. Premiere below.

LET’S GET HIGHER.

lilawLilaw is 22 year old Lindsay Lawrence, a fellow DMV native who escaped up I-95 to NYC before settling in Los Angeles earlier this year. Today she arrives with her debut single “Ninety-Five”, an open road suburban daydream that shines with all the sky-scraping ambition of XYLØ and soaring vocal gravitas of VÉRITÉ, and establishes Lilaw as one of LA’s brightest new hopefuls and one to watch in the months to come. Get away with the premiere below.

THE POINT OF NO RETURN.

gryfAlready a well established remix phenom with a platinum resume to his name, Gryffin‘s shifted his focus to his own world-conquering original material in 2016, stepping out with certified viral debut single “Heading Home” alongside Josef Salvat last winter and returning today with his biggest offering to date on brand new single “Whole Heart”. With well-documented scene-stealer Bipolar Sunshine shining on vocal duties – reuniting the two after their initial union on Gryffin’s remix of Bipolar’s “Daydreamer” last year – it’s a fully torqued 0-100 torch song that we can whole-heartedly get behind. File under: FUTURE ANTHEM.

FEELS SO PRECIOUS.

WILLS is positively on one. Lead single “Woes vs Whoas” remains one of the year’s biggest debuts, and he follows it up with sophomore stunner “Solid Gold” this week. Looming large on the horizon, “Solid Gold” is immense and unwieldy, crumbling under its own weight as the universe crashes down all around. Think Yeezus as reimagined by The Weeknd and you’re on the right track.

WAITING FOR YOU.

shaedDC’s finest export SHAED first arrived with a onetwo punch of sterling debut singles earlier this year, and hit the ground running with their latest and greatest today. Coming across like some kind of cross between The Naked & Famous and Kate Bush, “Running Through The Fields” is a young-and-restless summer anthem, equal parts timeless and contemporary. Dive in below and catch the trio on tour with fellow favorites Marian Hill and VÉRITÉ this fall.

HERE WE GO AGAIN.

foreignairrEven just two singles in, Foreign Air are already well on their way to alt rock supremacy, and get one step closer with their latest (and greatest) this week. The east coast duo first burst open the floodgates on debut single, “Free Animal”, and echo that sentiment further on their biggest offering to date, “Echo”, a dizzying, dazzling display of skyscraping guitars and synth fireworks. Don’t miss Foreign Air’s NYC headline debut at Popshop next month, advance tix still available HERE.

HEART SHAKE BEND AND BREAK.

Fresh off tour with Troye Sivan – our favorite new male pop star of this or any other year in recent memory – Tigertown step out with their dazzling remix debut today, dressing up the sky-scraping majesty of Sivan’s “WILD” with a technicolor bounce that makes his Alessia Cara-featuring stunner shake, bend and break in all the right ways. Listen closely and you might even hear a sneak preview of things to come on the ecstatic Sydney quartet’s imminent new material, but for now enjoy one of the best remix debuts of 2016 above.

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