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A Friday Full of Releases: 1788-L, Andrew Bayer, JAUZ, NGHTMRE, Spencer Brown & More

It’s another Friday full of amazing releases! Some of dance music’s top artists released some quality music today, and we’re helping you out by putting them all into one article. 

Here are our favorite releases from this Friday, August 24th!

Andrew Bayer – In My Last Life (Album)

Five years in the making, this third LP ‘In My Last Life’ represents a humanizing of the enigmatic producer’s sound. The album features vocals from Norwegian singer/songwriter Ane Brun and Alison May. Stylistically, the record is less about the dance floor and draws its inspirations from influences as far and wide as Kate Bush, Atoms For Peace, Aphex Twin and Talk Talk.

Spencer Brown – Windows 95 on Acid (Ep)

Spencer Brown is back with his unique titled Ep Windows 95 on Acid, out today on Mau5trap. Just a two-track EP, Windows 95 on Acid, is a darker side of the techno spectrum. With his star on the rise, this is a perfect debut on Mau5trap for Brown. 

JAUZ – Super Fly 

With just one week to go until the release of his massive debut artist album The Wise and The Wicked, Jauz presents the final advance single from the work; “Super Fly.” The single is a funkified bass house packed with disordered synths. And we can’t get enough of JAUZ newest work. 

1788-L – SENTIENCE (EP) 

1788-L is back yet again with his debut EP out on Deadbeats. Titled “SENTIENCE,” the diverse, tracks speak for themselves. Each single delivers its own level of distorted, bass-line ferocity. From midtempo to electro to drum n bass, “SENTIENCE” is a statement for the 1788-L brand. Expect to see this guy everywhere in 2019. 

And if the EP itself didn’t excite you, check out the amazing visual component 1788-L has engineered for this project! 

Carmada – Lay It Down

Australian super-duo Carmada, made up of multi-platinum selling producer L D R U and tastemaker Yahtzel, are back with a new original single, “Lay It Down.” The single is a great example of Carmada’s ability to cross genres.“Lay It Down” is a beautiful future bass track that perfectly illustrates Carmada’s signature style and high-class production.

NGHTMRE & The Chainsmokers – Save Yourself

“Save Yourself” is a nothing short of a high-octane banger, integrating the styles of both artists seamlessly from the pop-driven verses to massive drop. Stream it below and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

Photo: Courtesy of 1788-L facebook page.


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