Songs That Walk The Fine Lines Between Genres and Create Sounds All Their Own

Label Engine Fresh Produce Playlist

September, the weekend, and new music have all arrived!

Our music recommendations this week highlight the dynamic nature of EDM and how other genres & sub-genres borrow from each other. From the genre-bending “Old Times” off of the upcoming EP, As Promised, by Omar LinX (production by IZII), to kr1sh’s “rhapsody” which melds house, glitch hop, and funk elements, these ten songs walk the fine lines between genres and create sounds all their own. Also on this week’s top ten is some vibey downtempo electronica from Mishegas and COED RECS, electro nu disco from CANTE and Candy Flip, and minimal deep tech from Dylan Lowe and Hungry Koala Records. Being led by a hard-hitting electro house track off of Disto’s newest release on Kannibalen Records, “Nobody Stop Freaks”, this week’s music recommendations will keep ya dancin’ all weekend long!

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1) Disto – Nobody Stop Freaks [Kannibalen Records]
| Genre: Electro House |

2) Omar LinX – Old Times (feat. IZII) [Jackie Boy Inc.]
| Genre: Hip-Hop |

3) Mishegas – Have Me [COED RECS]
| Genre: Chill Out |

4) Hopsteady – Traffic [MMAD Records]
| Genre: Trap |

5) kr1sh – rhapsody [Sick & Sound]
| Genre: Future Funk |

6) CANTE – My Love [Candy Flip]
| Genre: Indie Dance/Nu Disco |

7) Soltan – Sahara [Never Say Die Records]
| Genre: Dubstep |

8) Azles – Ozone [Daily Earfood] 
| Genre: Glitch Hop |

9) Dynamique – Ways of Love (feat. Klory Starling) (Mateo Roksandic Remix)  [POPGANG Records]
| Genre: Indie Dance/Nu Disco |

10) Dylan Lowe – Gets Enough [Hungry Koala Records]
| Genre: Minimal/Deep Tech |

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