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Felix Pallas are a fantastic new band with roots well anchored in the equally fantastic city of Antwerp in Belgium. This small city is quickly becoming the hotspot and a driving force of the best export in music in recent days, we have already covered Warhola, and we wouldn’t be surprised if Tsar B came from the same place too. Anyway, you’ll love the brand new second single from Felix Pallas and its catchy pop number executed with such precision you’d think they’ve been at it for decades. And with such a result, the four-piece proves that they’re in for the long run and most definitely will grow beyond the country’s own borders. Spin the track (above) and get a load of the lead singer’s powerful presence and vocal delivery with Falsettos a plenty. And as always, follow the rise of the band on their social estates listed below.


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Cue Apes & Horses’ – Fugitive :


With the amount of music I have to spin, I can only select a few to do write ups on – it’s a one man operation here, and my grey cells are dwindling by the hour – so here’s a little weekly bonus selection of music we haven’t had the time to cover but really do recommend nonetheless. These one liners are where I usually start my posts. It’s packed with the latest tracks, gems, and dancefloor goodness you’ve come to expect from Sodwee.com. Sit back, enjoy those Cloud Droppings and Like us on Facebook

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PLAZA – Water


The Low Down : PLAZA is back again and we couldn’t pass on the joy of having him featured on the blog once again. So here you go…

https://soundcloud.com/plaza-mk/water

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LUXLEY – Tremors


The Low Down : Starts like a killer jam, you’ll be hooked from the get go. Luxley is on a winning streak with this perfectly calibrated summer jam and the catchy “ooh ooh oohhhooohh” that should get you dancing while getting dressed and putting on a pair of socks. You get the picture…

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CHINE LAROCHE – On My Mind


The Low Down: Ok this one was recommended by good friend Deb from PauseMusical.com a French blog covering a number of real cool artists you should add to your bookmarks if you want fresh milk on the daily. She’s only 20yo and has quite the mileage already with a few remixes under her belt. She hails from Paris, and La Rochelle on the atlantic coast here in France, however she sings in English… She dropped “On My Mind” recently to everyone’s bewilderment :

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SLEEPDEBT – Alone time


The Low Down : Facy some down time ? A siesta is what gets you going through your day and you need some “Alone Time”, then this track aptly named will suit your nap-attack needs. Check out Sleepdebt slow-burn and great soundscapes in his latest offering :

https://soundcloud.com/sleepdebt/alone-time-1

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DAN LISSVIK – SHUVIT!


The Low Down: And now you need to be waken up from that siesta ? Well Dan Lissvik’s “ShuvIt! will do the trick. For fans of Todd Terje’s famous “Inspector Norse”, you won’t be disappointed. Trust us, and thank us later.

https://soundcloud.com/lissvik/shuvit

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