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Marika feat. XXANAXX – Tabletki

Marika feat. XXANAXX - Tabletki

Marika participated in holiday clip for the song TABLETKI, the video was produced in cooperation with the duo XXANAXX. Music video was premiered on YouTube on 9 July 2015. The video is really in a holiday mood and was produced during her summer trip. In the new single from Marta Kosakowska ( that is the real name of Marika) we can hear also the voices of vocalists Claudia Szafrańska and Michał Wasilewski – the Polish duo well known from electronic music.

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Meet Lapsley

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Holly Fletcher, also known as Lapsley is the 18 years old singer (yes, believe it or not!) from Liverpool.

With support from BBC Radio 1 and some artists like Annie Mac, the English gained space in 2014 with her track “Station”, (her gentle voice and electronic beats in a perfect measure.

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Weval – Half Age EP

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Weval is a dutch duo formed by two pals, Harm Coolen and Merijn Scholte Albers, who met each other in film school in 2010. Three years later, they released their first EP : Half Age on Atomnation.

Half Age reveals a common love for electronic music, though influenced by various musical genres such as jazz, house music, trip hop, and assuredly many movie soundtracks. While Out of the game sounds likes the opening of a space opera,the trippy and saturated loops of “Rooftop Paradise” reminds of Holden’s 8-bit symphony “Idiot”.

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Kettenkarussell – Easy Listening EP

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Released this summer on the german label Giegling, Kettenkarussell – Easy Listening is the debut album of Herr Koreander (aka Konstantin) and Leafar Legov, a very promising duo who produced the label’s first release I Believe You And We Make Love Forever in 2009.

As soon as it starts, Easy Listening takes you on a musical journey full of melancholic melodies and nostalgic feelings. After a short intro – which features Bruce Lee over an orchestra tuning – comes the aptly named drama. Starting on an intriguing piano melody, drama brings the listener in an introspective dream where he rapidly will find himself caught by the catchy percussions. Meanwhile, a roar grows from the depths of the song and bring the final dramatic tone to this very well-built song.

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