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The next hot phenomenon that everyone will be talking about in the world of House music is upon us. Washington, D.C. producer and DJ Morpheus Jaxen has been pushing his style of House music since 2011. His original productions including those on his upcoming EP, Negative Space (due early 2014) are full of knocking percussion and opulent, melodic synths that creates a dream-like state for his listeners. The 'ear anatomy podcast' which he produces is a cool-weird curated mix that might remind you of an early Timbaland, with a little more thump. 'I'm bridging the gap between Hip-Hop and House, underground and mainstream.' Discover more about Morpheus Jaxen.

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The Ear Anatomy Podcast brand is a snapshot of what’s hot at the moment.  House Producer/DJ Morpheus Jaxen brings it all together, bending all musical genres, into a mix that satisfies your ears. It’s a great podcast for working out or kicking it with friends. Try both!

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xKinetik makes dope House music. With his latest release “Two Døses" there is a sense of pure chillness that takes over you when listening as with the case with his other productions. The ambient resonance and steady rhythms makes for a cohesive array of sounds that embody deep thinking along with relaxing vibes. 

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Producer/DJ Morpheus Jaxen is laying a marvelous foundation for his upcoming release entitled LeavingNormal with his earlier song “The Noise.” The followup is the house-infused banger “Crank That Beat For Me.” Here he brings the 90’s vibe to the present and reaches far beyond into the future. 

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The dance scene in the Nation’s capital is heating up. From EDM to Rap this city is a boiling pot of fresh music bound to hit the national scene. Case in point, Bonnie Rash’s Just Like A Pill. Don’t be fooled by the title of pop wunderkind Pink!’s 2009 hit, this song rock even harder. Enjoy!

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At times, it seems that Mord Fustang can strike without notice. Rather than the heavy up strategy of pre-promotion to accelerate the hype behind every release, Mord picks his moments to strike, with new tracks that appear with little warning. Such is the case with his latest offering, “Something Right Meow”, the first original since “Taito” surfaced at the beginning of the calendar year. Earlier in March, fans were treated to unfinished versions of two tracks, “just wanna give you something right now” and “something a bit more”. It appears that the former work-in-progress has been tweaked to full release, out this week on Plasmapool.

While the smooth electro vibes and clean production remain consistent with his past releases, this one is definitely more of a mellow vibe, giving up the bounce of complextro and 8-bit synths for liquid basslines and a tech house style drum kick. The looping progressive electro bits carry a Deadmau5 style influence, but woven together with an underlying groove that has a distinct Mord Fustang signature. There still may be no word on what other experiments will surface from the Estonian producer, but for now we’re OK with his quality over quantity approach.

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The Revealed Recordings boss and boundary-pushing producer, Hardwell, releases the teaser for the long waited collaboration track with Dutch shooting duo W&W, “Jumper”. With the whole world watching, Hardwell has been undertaking a rapid transformation into the influential mega-star that he initially set out to be with only the power of music in his grasp. While opening his Tomorrowland liveset of last weekend with ‘Jumper’ and being named one of the absolute highlight sets of the 3 day festival with already over 1 million views in under two days youtu.be/ZG1AT6tylA4 Hardwell maintains his world-class output and demonstrates why he has been gaining so much attention.

His fellow Dutchmen, W&W, have also been on top of their game this year with releases like the Beatport chart-topper “The Code,” released on Revealed Recordings so it was a simple decision to enlist them as collaborators for “Jumper”. Paired together while touring, they have created a Summer festival anthem that will be heard on main stages, at clubs, and everywhere in between.

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Revealed Recordings presents yet another essential talent to emerge from the realms of Breda, this time in the form of recurring new school flavor Kill The Buzz. Having sealed his name on the label’s next generation roster with the likes of “Party Hard” and “Bouncing Betty,” the young Dutch talent bounces back with optimal force and an air of confidence for his third essential cut for the labels powerful discography.

As featured on volume four of Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings compilation series, “Shake” tests the waters of summer club fuel with a heavy footed take on the festival anthem. Opting for seamless melodic builds and going heavy on the drops, his signature blend of peak time electro house runs riot throughout the track, sealing yet another party-hard anthem from the fast ascending producer and a label still in heavy rotation on festival and club floors across the globe for 2013.

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