Nickodemus & Alsarah – The Crow

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Nickodemus is an electronic music producer and DJ from New York. His latest single ‘The Crow’ finds him collaborating with singer and songwriter Alsarah (Alsarah and the Nubatones). The result is a heavy hitting mixture of African and Arabic sounds. Peep Saagan’s Balearic house remix after the jump.

“The Crow” moves deep into 122 BPM stacking synth house that lyrically tells a story of ones identity in the metaphor of a Crow who looses his/ her feathers & tries to replace them with others. Saagan (the new project by super house producer Andreas Saag) turned in a beautiful melodic remix that turns deep Detroit with the sounds of Crows & Arabic strings.”

Download ‘The Crow’ on Bandcamp

Episode 107 | Tunes of the Week

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TRACK LISTING

  1. Clark – Shadow Banger
  2. A Made Up Sound – Bygones
  3. Jesse Futerman – A Tribute To Horace
  4. Christian Löffler – Myiami
  5. Leron Carson – Lemonline

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3 tunes you might have missed

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Happy Friday! Catch up on some of the latest beats to drop on bombtune.com.

  1. Jesse Futerman – A Tribute To Horace
  2. Oumou Sangaré – Saa Magni (Kabaka Edit)
  3. Leron Carson – Lemonline

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A Made Up Sound – Bygones

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A Made Up Sound (formerly known as 2562) is Dutch producer and former record label owner Dave Huismans. He recently announced the shutdown of his eponymous imprint by putting out a 20-track retrospective: A Made Up Sound – (2009-2016). His forward thinking techno will continue to stand on its own.

Grab the LP on Bandcamp


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