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C4 Trío Releases Their Brand New EP With Music Video

C4 Trío (a group made up of Jorge Glem, Edward Ramírez, Héctor Molina, & Rodner Padilla) has released their new "Back to 4 EP," accompanied by a colorful music video for the lead song of the same name.

"Back to 4" is an explosion of virtuosity, groove, and musicality, embodied by C4 Trio in their celebration of 15 years together as a band. A serene, yet powerful vibe spreads like the romantic perfume of the explorer, inspired by the steps done and looking forward to the many more yet to come. 

Mirrors Releases Their Debut Album With New Music Video

Mirrors (a group made up of Michael League, Becca Stevens, Justin Stanton, Gisela João, & Louis Cato) has released their debut, self-titled album, accompanied by a music video for the lead song, “Weary.” 

Justin Stanton on “Weary” - "Sometimes we become blindly devoted to our relationships with others. We become unhappy; we are mistreated; we feel trapped. Still, we soldier on, ready to serve the person that betrayed, neglected, or abandoned us." 

FORQ Releases Three New Remix Singles

FORQ has released 3 new remixes from their most recent album, Four (Remixt). This set kicks off with Genevieve Artadi's "Lullabye (Haunted Chicken Remix)," followed by Alex Skolnick's remix of "Duck People (No Fly List Version)," then Jason Kingsland & Tim Lefebvre's "Rally (TL JK Remix)." Check out the new remixes at the link below.

Mirrors Releases Brand New Single With Music Video

Mirrors has released their new single, “The Call,” with a cinematic music video. Sung in both Portuguese and English by Gisela João and Louis Cato, the moving song represents the relationships that we have with the people dearest to us. 
“The Call is a suspenseful expression of universal love…from the first note, the intensity never once lets up.”- Louis Cato

Malika Tirolien Releases "SISTERS (Remix)" With New Music Video

Malika Tirolien has teamed up with Meryem Saci for a remix of “SISTERS,” a track from Malika’s newest album. The new release and accompanying music video portray a message of women empowerment and freedom.

In 2016, musicians from around the world competed in a contest to create an original piece using samples from Tarova, off of Culcha Vulcha, with top prizes of $500 and more. Check out the best of the best below.

Grand Prize



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1st Runner-Up

Tarova (Quick Remix)

by 0db

From Marseille, France | Visit Profile
2nd Runner-Up

Tarova (Karol Obara Version)

by 24dBFS

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