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Maggie Rogers Delivers Upbeat New Single "Split Stones"

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Maggie Rogers quickly became a favorite of ours with the release of her viral song “Alaska” which won over the hearts of her countless fans. Now the young, quickly rising artist has teamed up with The North Face for her latest single “Split Stones.”

“I took the first sound samples for ‘Split Stones’ on a month-long backpacking trip in Oregon during the summer of 2013; I’ve been collecting samples and piecing the song together in bedroom studios and trails ever since. I’m super excited about combining the two things I love-technology and the environment-to create a way that people can hear the song, but also feel a little bit a part of the action and process that inspired it.” - Maggie Rogers

With her signature sound blending electronic and organic elements, her sound is the perfect fit for the nature-based campaign. After the success Rogers saw with “Alaska,” the overnight sensation went on to release her impressive 5-track EP Now That The Light Is Fading and has shared her first single since. “Split Stones” maintains the signature indie electronic vibe we’ve come to love from Maggie with a more upbeat vibe as the track contains samples of nature she’s collected herself. Enjoy!

Maggie Rogers - Split Stones 

Watch Louis Futon & GRiZ Flip Tyler, The Creator’s “See You Again” In New Video

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Louis Futon has been a wizard with his “Beat Challenge” videos and now he’s linked up with none other than GRiZ on his latest. This time around the two have linked up for an impressive flip of Tyler, The Creator’s “See You Again.”

These videos Louis Futon does are always entertaining as he shows the step-by-step process of how they re-create the original song into their own. After asking fans what song they should take on, they settled on “See You Again” and did not disappoint. They show how they pitch & chop the original, add drums, guitar, bass, more guitar, and sax as the two TSIS favorites switch off duties complimenting each other perfectly. See the video process below and stay tuned for the full remix. Enjoy!

[PREMIERE] Australian Duo Midnight Pool Party Share Uplifting Indie House Single "Signals"

Midnight Pool Party

Today we have the pleasure of premiering a new single from rising Sydney-based duo Midnight Pool Party. The talented artists first caught our ears with a single last year called “Waiting” and now they’re back with another impressive release “Signals.”

“We wanted to create a track with a smooth vibe, but implement an MPP groove suitable for our audience and the dance floor. We played around with so many different sounds, and different rhythms and we slowly pieced everything together until it sounded right and felt right. We had to make sure that we had an emotional connection to it, but that it also made us move and shake,” - Midnight Pool Party

The live electronic duo have a knack for blending the lines of house and indie sounds with “Signals” building on this trend. The track is an uplifting house-driven track with a warm aesthetic and a slight disco vibe. They blend a funky bassline with the dreamy vocals and lush melodies on the vibrant single we’ll surely have on repeat. Enjoy!

Midnight Pool Party - Signals | Purchase

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