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TOP 5

1. Shamanic Technology – Cannon Fist

Shamanic Technology (Christian) is funding new tunes and here's the perfect reason to get in touch with his Indiegogo campaign – a massive new single called “Cannon Fist.” Help bring this one and more to life!

2. Orphic – Kaleidoscope Jazz

If you're leaving Venice Beach, California and you need a funky anthem to lift your spirits, this is the one. Grab it here on Addictech via Adapted Records and his new 3-track EP which includes some classic hits.

3. Mouldy Soul – Battle Hop (response to KURSA)

This is insane… Mouldy Soul took the song “Dark Side” by Kursa and dropped a lighter version in the same key and tempo – with a funky rendition / hop battle award winner. Free DL.

4. Matt Pleztrom – A River of Blood

Two-week exclusive release on Addictech here comes from Matt Pleztrom via Street Ritual. Grab it here.

5. Fine Cut Bodies – The Sandman's Lullaby

Incredible song here from the L.A.-based artist via Gravitas Music. Hard to even categorize this one. A very beautiful track full of glitchy, deep sounds. Grab it here via Gravitas.

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