MP3 SELECTS featuring LP Giobbi, Spencer Brown, Hamdi & more

MP3 SELECTS : Playlists & New Music from LP Giobbi, Spencer Brown, Hamdi & More

In the modern era, distribution services push out over 60,000 new tracks every single day. How do you cut through all the noise, select what to listen to, and boost your playlist game? Introducing MP3 SELECTS, our weekly rundown of new EDM music and our updated playlists on Spotify. Check out this week’s round up below:

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LP Giobbi — “Time Expands”

LP Giobbi has launched the first release on her new imprint Yes Yes Yes titled, “Time Expands.” The original track helps launch the imprint into the spotlight with a deep, chugging bassline, lo-fi synths, and the producer’s signature musicality. The new song also marks the first time Giobbi has used her own vocals on a record.

To celebrate the launch of her imprint — which draws inspiration from the producer’s early memories of attending the Oregon Country Fair and the mind-opening, feel-good ethos behind the event — LP Giobbi has announced a series of Yes Yes Yes after parties across Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Toronto, and Chicago as part of her Light Places album tour.

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Spencer Brown — “Afterparty Healing”

Progressive house and techno producer Spencer Brown has released his third full-length album, Equanimity. Out via Brown’s own diviine imprint, the collection is mixed into one continuous piece and features an array of musical elite collaborations with Ezequiel Arias, ilan Bluestone, Late Night Shri, Luttrell, P.O.S. (Above & Beyond’s Paavo Siljamäki), QRION, Wilt Claybourne, and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

Representing the biggest period of internal growth for the producer’s psyche and maturity, Equanimity journeys listeners through a narrative of sonic exploration and levels the producer as a master within progressive house. As a cohesive piece of music, it was hard to pick one track to feature, but we found the breathtaking disc one closer “Afterparty Healing” a notable standout and beautiful arrangement that showcases the depth and serenity of the album.

Spencer Brown is supporting the release of Equanimity with his most ambitious tour yet. Launched earlier this month, Spencer is on an extensive run of North America through early 2024, with select dates featuring a unique “Divine Inspirations” live show that will present the ultimate Spencer Brown experience.

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Hamdi — “Arms Up”

Celebrated producer Hamdi has enchanted the electronic community once again with his highly-anticipated five-track EP, Counting. Released on Deadbeats, the EP showcases the producer’s versatility in sound design, featuring his signature blend of dubstep, UKG, and grime. “Arms Up” is the first new track to appear on the EP, offering a rattling concoction full of deep bass and echoing vocals.

The tail end of the year appears hectic for Hamdi, with upcoming collaborations featuring Skrillex, followed by releases with TroyBoi and Cesco. A special vocal remix of “Skanka” with P Money is also slated for this winter.

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John Summit — “Legacy”

John Summit returns to his own imprint, the newly-branded Experts Only, alongside Sicilian duo VLTRA to deliver a killer club cut, “Legacy.” Fresh from a summer on the road across Europe and the U.S., “Legacy” is a clear nod to Summit’s club experience, revisiting his tech house foundations after a string of big vocal records, most notably “Where You Are” featuring Hayla. With VLTRA adding their signature rawness to the track, the hypnotic spoken-word vocal and ferocious bass make this another unmissable record from one of dance music’s hottest imprints.

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Trance Wax — “Larus”

Trance Wax has dropped his highly-anticipated second studio album, Open Up The Night. Out via Armada Music, the 16-track collection serves up a love letter to clubs, journeying listeners through nostalgia-infused, genre-crossing modern trance tracks.

Created first and foremost with a club setting in mind, the album builds track by track, mirroring Trance Wax’s approach to a DJ set. The 13th track on the album, “Larus” continues to build on the ongoing euphoria with a sonic foray into techno, sparkling synths, and breakbeat infusions of trance.

Trance Wax will embark on a U.K. tour throughout the month of October, hitting stages in Bristol, Dublin, Manchester, Melbourne, and more.

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Modapit — “Time to Run”

Following the resounding success of his debut album Devotion, the prodigious artist Modapit is gearing up to enchant listeners once more. Brace yourselves for “Time to Run,” amidst entrancing melodies and a spellbinding narrative, this single stands as a testament to Modapit’s unique sound.

“Time to Run” seamlessly marries Modapit’s early influences with his evolved production style. It commences with soulful vocals, setting the stage for an immersive sonic exploration. As the track unfolds, listeners are enveloped by Modapit’s signature mesmerizing basslines and captivating effects, leading them on a journey through a diverse range of moods and energies. Prepare to be transported into Modapit’s musical realm, where “Time to Run” represents a perfect blend of artistry and innovation.

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Electric Polar Bears — “Control”

Future house duo Electric Polar Bears have unveiled their Where We Started EP, featuring the new single “Control.” The three-track package broadens the duo’s artistic scope and is an expression of their musical and philosophical sensibilities, set as a creative, euphoric mix of analog synths, drum machines, and contemporary digital softwares.

As the final track on the EP, “Control” spans heart-pumping, bass-infused house beats with melodic chord progressions. It’s an acute embodiment of Electric Polar Bears’ crowd-winning skillset, designed to kick off a set and effortlessly move an audience.

Fans can catch Electric Polar Bears play out tracks from their Where We Started EP when they open up for Damon Sharpe at ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event)’s Frozen Frequencies event on October 18th. Additionally, the duo have announced they will be donating 10% of their streaming revenue for the remainder of 2023 to Only.one’s Antarctica marine protection initiative — an initiative to protect vital Antarctic ecosystems and deliver the largest act of ocean protection in history.

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Spirit Motel — “Like It Here”

Rising solo electronic producer Spirit Motel has released his latest single, “Like It Here.” The harmonious blend of electronic and pop pays homage to the producer’s recent trip to Norway, where he found himself in awe of the country’s unparalleled beauty and social ecosystem. It’s the track’s captivating vocals by Australian artist Mi-Kaisha that rounds it out, taking the uplifting track to new heights as it celebrates the simple beauty around us and the potential of human connection.

After selling out his debut Denver performance earlier this year, Spirit Motel will return to Colorado’s live stage with his debut at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre this month where he will open for Madeon, Baynk, and Amtrac.

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Eliminate — “Playing With Fire”

Los Angeles-based artist Eliminate has set the music world ablaze with his scorching new single, “Playing With Fire,” released on September 29, 2023. In Eliminate’s own words, “Playing with fire is about making a song so hot that you run the risk of physical injury just from listening to it.” This track encapsulates his quintessential sound, infusing classic dubstep vibes with boundary-pushing sound design and soothing, uplifting vocals. Eliminate’s music journey, from quirky YouTube content creator to digital-age maverick, reflects his versatility and penchant for the unexpected. Supported by industry titans like Skrillex, he continues to blur genre lines and captivate listeners with his distinctive sound.

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Koji Aiken, Sisi — “You’re On”

Step into the sonic world of Koji Aiken with his debut drum and bass masterpiece, “You’re On.” Blending jump-up elements with future bass finesse, this track is an electrifying journey. Koji is a rising personality due to his fresh perspective to drum and bass and viral TikTok react videos. With pulsating rhythms and mind-bending synth work, “You’re On” leaves you craving more from this exciting up-and-coming act. Follow Koji Aiken on TikTok and Instagram for the latest updates, and dive into this genre-defying adventure that’s pushing the boundaries of drum and bass.

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Dainjazone— “Power”

Dainjazone, the maestro behind the decks known for his electrifying performances, presents the vibrant music video for “Power” featuring FlyGirl Tee. As part of ‘Evolution In Progress Vol. 2,’ this release marks a new chapter in his career. The video is a visual spectacle, seamlessly blending beach scenes and club euphoria, echoing themes of confidence and empowerment. Dainjazone’s eclectic mix and adaptability make him a trusted DJ in the industry. His passion for music and commitment to unforgettable experiences shine through in “Power,” celebrating the diverse sounds that define his journey


Find a full Round Up of new music from throughout the spectrum of the Music Festival scene via our Official MP3 MAG Spotify Playlists below:

BASS BOOSTED

[Playlist for Bass, Dubstep, Downtempo, Experimental, Trap]

New Music Featured This Week (September 23 – October 1):

“Serpent” – Mindset

“Suture” – ObeyGrey

“Nokia Dub” – Chef Boyarbeatz

“Internet G” – Infekt

“Pulse” – LYNY, FLY

“Neuro Mad” – beastboisucks, knoir 

“Your Lovin” – Jon Casey

“DOMINATE” (Eprom Remix) – Space Laces, Eprom

“Transmissions from Planet L” – Dreamers Delight, MOONZz

“Control” – Electric Polar Bears

“Dopamine” – Wooli, Tape B

“Arms Up” – Hamdi

“Venom” – MYTHM

“War” – Nostalgix, Rico Nasty

“Like It Here” – Spirit Motel

“Celestial Mire” – Mfinity, Swomp

“Banga” – MZG


SHUFFLE SELECTS

[Playlist for House, Techno]

New Music Featured This Week (September 23 – October 1):

“Groove Thang” McVicar’s House Dub – Ewan McVicar

“Tic” – Jizz

“Te Lo Metto” – Jude & Frank, JIRICO

“House High” – Loco & Jam

 “Legacy” – John Summit, VLTRA

“Shake” – ATRIP

“High Street” (Amazingblaze Remix) – Charlotte de Witte, Amazingblaze

“GLOBAL ACID JACK” – SWAYLÓ

“Larus” – Trance Waxi

“Fourth Hour” – Davide Squillace, Matthias Tanzmann

“Rushing” – Colyn 

“Blue Flame” – Maison Ware, Xavier Dunn

“All I Wanna Do” – Ookay, JSTJR

“Deadbeat Gospel” – Barry Can’t Swim, somedeadbeat

“Sticky” X-Coast Icky Mix – Kito, 

“Steady Pace” – VTSS, Boys Noize

“Dimension” -Matrefakt

“WTF” – Dale Howard, Roland Clark

“Up N’ Down” (feat. JmNPR) – Deeper Purpose, JmNPR

“Like That” – AMÉMÉ, Baron (FR)

“Wildfire” – Dusky

“Grown On Me” – Logic


DNB 101

[Playlist for Diverse DnB for Beginners & Diehards]

New Music Featured This Week (September 23 – October 1):

“Lights” – Charlotte Plank, Hybrid Minds

“JOY” (Back on 74) – Jungle, Joy Anonymous

“Strangers To Lovers” – Tommy Villiers, Nat Slater

“Blue” – Archangel

“Never B Mine” Sota Remix – Wilkinson, Sota

“Scendum” – Concept One

“Point Precision” – QZB, MC XL

“Pressure” – Scarfie

“Acetaminophen” – Bagó

“Spend It All” – Genic


GROOVY GETDOWN

[Playlist for Live-Electronic, Jam, Funk]

New Music Featured This Week (September 23 – October 1):

“Time Expands” – LP Giobbi

“On My Shoulder” – Late Night Radio

“Mosquito” – PinkPantheress

“Steady Dabbin” – Cloudchord, Noé Mina

“Still Rolling” – LEISURE

“With You”  – Oliver Tree

“Bob And Weave” – Big Something

“As It Comes” – Jimkata

“Derby Raceway” – DOPE LEMON

“Freakalizer” (The Egyptian Lover Remix) – Sudan Archives

“A Matter of Fact” – Bibio

“Quetzal” – Pure Colors

“gr etiquette” – Joy Orbison

“About The Weekend” – Goldfish, Sakhile Moleshe


LAIDBACK LOUNGE

[Playlist for Downtempo, Electronica, Lo-Fi]

New Music Featured This Week (September 23 – October 1):

“Halo” – Catching Flies

“The Illusion Of Time” – Notaker

“Misunderstood” – Mindchatter

“Afterparty Healing” – Spencer Brown

“Hollow Fire” – Feverkin

“Lotus Unfolding” – Ozric Tentacles

“Islands” – HABITAAT

“Wolks Vagon” – Sasha

“Run” – Surf Mesa, Griff Clawson

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