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Fall fell all over us, but that’s no reason to retreat into your room, comforter pulled over your head on some “hide me from the world” shit. Well, it could be, but we don’t want you doing that. If the sun is shining, there’s ample time to ingest fresh electronic beats. OK, maybe my weak positivity isn’t the move, but don’t let the cold weather blues get you down. And even if you do succumb to the fall-time sadness, at least you’ll have a soundtrack to your rage/cry.

Neneh Cherry – “Spit Three Times (DJ Spinn Remix)”

How do you improve upon the perfection that is Four Tet-produced Neneh Cherry? Get DJ Spinn to provide some hypnotic footwork charm to it.

Kastle & Amtrac – “Hyperspace”

The best way to hype a Kastle x Amtrac tour is to give away a beautiful collab between these two.

Jack U’s Diplo & Friends Mix

Jack U = Diplo & Skrillex. If you hit me with some stereotypical “oh this is some old bullshit EDM shit,” please exit. Sure, they pile on a grip of club-rocking tracks, but this set does a great job of highlighting shit that gets these two interested, from Def Loaf’s “Try Me” and old Katy B singles to a massive number of unreleased Jack U cuts. Pure adrenaline.

Jospeh Marinetti – “Ms Telesales”

Newest latest from the LuckyMe camp. Fans of the PC Music-esque take on quirky pop excellence might enjoy this.

Ryn Weaver – “Octahate (Cashmere Cat Remix)”

Cashmere gives “Octahate” an even bolder feel with the addition of his fuzzy electronic edges.

Alt-J – “Left Hand Free (Lido Remix)”

Lido can’t do any wrong, especially when he’s on a remix hype.

Eats Everything – “Duster (Beleashed Girl Edit)”

Eats Everything gave away this impressive tech house jam to coax you stubborn Americans to hit up the final dates of his Edible Arrangement tour, which finishes up its North American run in Detroit next Saturday.

PRP – “Moombasa”

Some leftfield bass-fueled hype from Milan, Italy’s PRP. Not your conventional turn up, but this thing is so unique you can’t sleep.

Nativ – “Dusk”

A bit on the sinister side, this cut from Nativ’s Brukout EP keeps that bassline house/night bass sound vibrant. Love the percussion he added in there.

Hebinomichi Compilation Vol. 1

Want to hear what the future sounds like? Just hit play on this new compilation from the Hebinomichi camp.