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Jonas Mantey

16-year-old German minimal producer Jonas Mantey does it again. Today, he released a new track called Stille Nacht and again, it comes close to perfection. After amazing songs like Einfach Sommer, Frei and Sie Ist Schön, it was clear that this guy has talent and we should look forward to his forthcoming EP or debut album. If he continues making music like this, he will become better and better, and maybe one day he will join the list of best German minimal producers (Paul Kalkbrenner, Sascha Funke, Sven Väth, Richie Hawtin and Ricardo Villalobos). Check his new song called Stille Nacht and Einfach Sommer below.

Alt-J (∆)

One of the best albums of the recent months: An Awesome Wave by Alt-J (this is a keyboard-combination on Mac to form a ∆). This might come as a surprise since it's the first thing that we've heard from these guys, but their debut album is just amazing. The album is a mixture of folk, R&B-beats, electronic melodies and indie-rock guitar riffs, so they make it really hard for us to put them in a box of a certain genre. The best tracks on the album are their single Breezeblocks, upbeat synth-indie track Dissolve Me and rather melancholic Tessellate. The credits go to Simon Knaeps on this one, who told me their single Breezeblocks was pretty awesome, thanks man!

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Disclosure

Disclosure dropped their latest EP yesterday. This EP has already reached nr. 1 in the UK iTunes electric charts. These two brothers, Guy (17) and Howard (20) Lawrence, are really breaking through. Media such as Radio 1, The Guardian, .. have already named these two brothers as UK's most exciting new producers. So I didn't want to keep it for myself. Here are some tracks by this magnificent duo. Enjoy!

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Muse

The good news: Muse are back! Today they released the trailer for their upcoming album The 2nd Law. The bad news: it looks like Muse is going mainstream by using dubstep beats in The 2nd Law, hopefully this is not for all the tracks on the album, since it would ruin a lot of their songs. In my opinion there will be a few bad tracks on the new album, but I hope that they will use grab back to their sound from albums like Showbiz and Origin of Symmetry. The only thing I have to say is: judge yourself. But please Muse, don't go that way, 'cause I'm no fan of Skrillex. You can watch the trailer below.

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Essáy

A few days ago I discovered a new German producer called Essáy, with a song of his called Deceptive, where he gets vocal help from CoMa. Ever since the first time I listened to the track I fell in love: the vocal fits perfectly with the touching basslines and the melancholy melody of the synths.
With some research, I found older and newer songs and remixes that are as good, or even better than Deceptive. Morning Mountain is an extremely catchy minimal track, and his remix for Stumbleine's Heart Shaped Locket simply is a fine Post-Dubstep remix, check him out!

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Mr. Oizo

Here's Mr. Oizo back and more experimental than ever. He promised to give away his next EP for free if he got 100,000 fans on twitter. Lucky us, it happened! So now we (trustworthy fans) can steal 'Stade 3' on Mr. Oizo's lazy website. You sure? Yeah man, it's there, just lean forward, grab it and run away as fast as you can.
If you're interested in his other work, as a director, check out 'Wrong Cops'. A filthy comedy about some disturbed cops. You can find the first chapter of the movie on his site too. 

Here's already a new song down below, in case you might got impatient. TOODOO. 

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Gold & Youth

Gold & Youth is a Canadian-based band who are going to release their debut album soon. They already released their first single from the forthcoming album, called Time To Kill. Time To Kill is a stunning song from this promising band, and you can hear influences from Depeche Mode and The XX. Check the music video out below!

PS: You can download the single for free on their website: http://goldandyouth.tumblr.com/.

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