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On Rotation

Staff picks from Lone, Subzee D, Nora En Pure, and more

By Beatport News Editors
Lone

All manner of sounds make today’s On Rotation segment, in which our team of merchandisers and editors hip you to what’s hot this week.


Ken Taylor

Beatport News Editor / San Francisco


I like Lone so much that sometimes I wonder if my senses are immediately dulled just by seeing his name—like the sight of it (or anything on R&S) unfairly biases my opinion of whatever I’m going to hear the second I hit Play. Oh, well. For my money, the title track off his Airglow Fires EP is as classic as the Lone gets—accusations of ’90s retreads be damned.

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Sean Lewis

Merchandising Manager / Los Angeles


Intense sounds from Subzee D. In fact, I don’t think I’ve heard anything quite like this in a long time. Subzee keeps everything heavy with an original vibe that harks back to dubstep sounds now long gone. I could do with more of this. Please keep these type of productions coming.

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Matt Ferry

Merchandising Manager / Denver


Now I can finally retire (for a day, maybe) Nora En Pure’s chart-crushing debut, “Come With Me,” with their latest through Enormous Tunes, “Sweet Melody.” Seems like they’ve simply chopped up the original piano loop into a different arrangement, but good god in heaven, if that’s their formula, they should definitely stick to it.

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