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Winter 2018 Selections

8DSync welcomes the new year with a prime selection of our most remarkable additions to the catalog. These top tunes will warm up any chilly evening, featuring fiery grooves, incendiary performances, and sizzling song-craft. All tracks in this selection are one-stop and licensable through 8DSync.

Winter 2018 Selections

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8DSync welcomes the new year with a prime selection of our most remarkable additions to the catalog. These top tunes will warm up any chilly evening, featuring fiery grooves, incendiary performances, and sizzling song-craft.

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  • U
    04:00
    BR3THREN open the playlist with style with “U”, featuring a soulful vocal from Ross Stewart and a pulsating, slow-motion drive.
  • 01:50
    Lanzo’s “Brainwork” deftly manages to bring the boom-bap hip-hop style into a future bass context.
  • 03:36
    “I’m a Nexus Type” from Monta At Odds deserves revisiting in light of a new Blade Runner movie directly in our rearview mirror. The song feels like this Kansas City-based band sitting in on Talking Heads’ Remain In Light sessions, bringing their own cool sound to that worthy influence.
  • 07:05
    Also hailing from Kansas City, San Mateo is an enigmatic project that specializes in evocative, dream-like electronic productions such as the one found in “where fires freeze.” There are a number of climactic movie scenes we imagine this playing over.
  • 03:42
    The Berlin-based Prince fanatic Snax gets nostalgic with his wonderful “Two Souls,” an alternate reality John Hughes end credits song if we ever heard one.
  • 04:08
    Mr. Moustache is an accomplished UK producer who collaborates with vocalist Scarlett Quinn on the sexy, city—street-cruising R&B smash “Night Delight.” The vocal performance and crisp production combine to deliver spine shivers.
  • 04:16
    Cool electro-pop duo E1sbar summon an instant dance party with the bouncy and melodic “The ‘So Long’ Gemini.” Try getting this one quickly out of your head after a listen!
  • 04:09
    Continuing a string of incredible female vocals, Captain Supernova’s jazzy, smokey “Leaving The Past Behind” includes a notable chanteuse-like performance from Laura Mace.
  • 04:38
    Nashville’s Terry Grant has an ominous new project called More Ghost Than Man, and “Teaching Dogs To Fly” is its manifesto of sorts. Shuffling rhythms, jazzy keys, a foreboding atmosphere, and Terry’s terrific, gruff vocals create a distinctive flavor.
  • 08:00
    Moving deeper into electronics, Pointbender’s “Dub Creature” lays throbbing keys and strange sonic flourishes over an insistent nightclub rhythm.
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