French producer Junior Size takes us back to the eighties with this acid house-inspired track featuring suitably squelchy synths and a catchy vocal sample.
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Australian musician Arms Were Youth has sent us a new track called The Introduction Of Strong Magic, which features pulsing synths and electronic drums over the top of a fractured acoustic guitar part.
Like Sharply Towards Hell, the previous Arms Were Youth track we featured on Dezeen Music Project, it takes a bit of listening to get accustomed to the different sounds, but the patience soon pays off.
Here's a melodic and hypnotic new electronica track by French production whizz-kid Aimedeuxhaine.
UK band King No One have crafted a short, sweet and no-nonsense indie-pop song with this track called Vulpix. The band have avoided any fancy production tricks and created a refreshingly stripped-back record that lets the song shine through.
This deep house track by German producers Wave Crushers has a wonderfully laid-back groove - the perfect way to ease into the weekend.
The track was submitted to Dezeen Music Project by German label Aux Audio.
The music we used on our first Dezeen and MINI World Tour report from Berlin is a tech-house track by Cardiff producer Simplex. We featured the track on Dezeen Music Project last year, and FM002 is another track taken from the same EP, albeit with a very different vibe.
The music we used on today's Clerkenwell Design Week movie is a track called Octave by French producer Junior Size. It's taken from his recent two-track EP called Trauma, released on the excellent Atelier du Sample record label.
The EP is currently available for free download.
The production is quite a departure from the stripped-down sound of LogOut's previous album, Paper Plane Flight Recorder, which we featured a track from last year. But his ear for a catchy melody remains unchanged.
When we first launched Dezeen Music Project last year, Kid Circus was responsible for one of our favourite tracks - the crazy-but-funky Sweet Cow (remix). So were delighted when we saw he had some new music.
This time he's teamed up with rapper Substantial to produce some seriously funky hip hop, like this track Can't Win For Losin'.
Here's a new track by UK DJ Debonair, a deep house remix of an original track called Baby by Norwegian producer Finnebassen. Both tracks, along with two other remixes, are available on an EP released by House of Disco records.
There's been a great response to our call-out for tracks to play at INTRO NY in New York this week, and we'll be featuring some of our favourites on Dezeen Music Project over the coming days and weeks.
This house track by Tel Aviv-based producer Kobi Glas features a prominent vocal from the jazz classic You Go To My Head, originally recorded by Teddy Wilson and Nan Wynn - though Billie Holiday's version is probably better known. This version of the song was sung by Alex Maclaine.
Today's glorious May weather has been soundtracked by Smile Machine, a groovy, lo-fi track by Giga Herbs, a four-piece from Staten Island, New York.
The song is taken from their debut album Mad Weird, which they've just self-released on Bandcamp.
Listen to more lo-fi tracks we've featured on Dezeen Music Project here.
This richly textured techno track is a collaboration between British electronic producer Max Cooper and software developer Nicolas Bougaïeff, who built the controllers for techno legend Richie Hawtin's 2010 live show.
Fracture is taken from their joint EP Movements, which is Cooper's twelfth release on Cologne techno label Traum Schallplaten.
Listen to more techno tracks we've featured on Dezeen Music Project here.
Here's another track by British trio We Have Band, who we discovered at the MINI Paceman Garage in Milan this year. Where Are Your People? is taken from the band's most recent album, Ternion, released last year on French label Naïve Records.
You can watch the music video for the song here.
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