Kodak To Graph – Fake Murblock x Los Angeles (Singles)
28 February | | producer

Originally from Pensacola, Florida, LA based producer Kodak To Graph has become known for his high energy remixes and overall futuristic sound. With the release date for his debut album, Isa, set for March 10th, KTG teamed up with The Fader and Complex to premiere two new songs throughout the month of February. First came Los Angeles, a mellow, sample-based tune with more layers than an onion. Then there’s Fake Murblock, the epic, slow-building second single that was released earlier this week. Between the two tracks, Isa has quickly made its way to the top of my list of most anticipated March releases.

Bonus: Kodak To Graph – Los Angeles (Single)

Skin Town – Ice Crystal Palace (Video)
27 February | | producer

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from LA duo Skin Town, who are ready to begin recording for their second album, tentatively titled Country. In the meantime, Nick and Grace have teamed up with Dummy Mag to premiere their latest video, Ice Crystal Palaces, which can be found on their 2013 debut, The Room. Watch the DJ Bongwater-directed video below and stay tuned for more new music from Skin Town coming soon.

Buy: Skin Town – The Room (Album)

Keiya – Work EP
26 February | | producer

Impressed by Chicago singer/producer Keiya’s debut EP, Work, which was self-released earlier this week. Aside from a standalone guest feature from Khallee (JODY), the five-track EP is entirely written and produced by Keiya herself. Written at the beginning of Chicago‚Äôs harsh winter, Workreflects on relationships during cold, dark days.” With no end to winter in sight, take this opportunity to stream Keiya’s EP in its entirety below.

Buy: Keiya – Work EP

Sam Gellaitry – Short Stories EP
25 February | | producer

For their first proper release of the year, Soulection turns to 18 year old Scottish producer, Sam Gellaitry. The beats on his debut EP are certainly unconventional, helping to redefine the way one may classify electronic music going forward. Elements of hip-hop, R&B, and deep house are present throughout, making it difficult to put Sam’s style in a single category. I just call it good music. Stream and purchase a copy of his Short Stories EP through the link below.

Buy: Sam Gellaitry – Short Stories EP

Suicideyear – Interest (Video)
23 February | | producer

Talented Baton Rouge producer Suicideyear will reissue his very first mixtape, Japan, next month via Software Recording Co. both digitally and on limited 12″ vinyl. Japan, alongside his debut LP, Remembrance, will also be bundled together and released as a joint CD known as DREAM 727. In anticipation of the rerelease, Suicideyear put out a new visual for lead single, Interest, which you can watch below. Hit the link to preorder DREAM 727 ahead of its March 10th release date and get your hands on one of those clear vinyl.

Preorder: Suicideyear – Japan (Mixtape)

Eaves – Projector (Single)
19 February | | producer

XLR8R debuted another new song from New York producer Eaves’ forthcoming Hush Hush Records debut. Projector is much more experimental than the EP’s title track, which is a testament to the producers versatility. Part industrial rave tune, part ambient noise, Projector twists and transforms several times through out its 4 and 3/4 minutes. Hit the link below to preorder Eaves’ Hue EP ahead of its March 23rd release date.

Preorder: Eaves – Hue EP

JMSN – Foolin’ (Video)
18 February | | producer

The videos from JMSN’s Blue Album keep coming in, this time for hidden cut, Foolin’. Not sure if this holds true for anyone else, but with each video release, I gain even more appreciation for the accompanying song. The correlation between a song and a strong visual is undeniable, with JMSN’s recent campaign as proof. Watch the Entertainment Weekly premiered video for Foolin’ above and pick up a copy of the Blue Album through the link below.

Buy: JMSN – JMSN (Blue Album)

Inc. – A Teardrop From Below (Single)
18 February | | producer

Since releasing their debut LP in 2013, LA brothers Inc. have parted ways with 4AD and released their first piece of new music independently. New single A Teardrop From Below is a gentle, building ballad that picks up right where No World left off well over a year ago. No word on what’s next for the duo, but A Teardrop From Below is available for purchase on iTunes through the link below.

Buy: Inc. – A Teardrop From Below (Single)

Gosh Pith – Prints (Single)
17 February | | producer

New music from Detroit duo Gosh Pith is always welcomed. This time they took to Nylon for the premiere of their latest single. Prints is a lo-fi, garage-rock inspired tune that sounds like it was recorded in a wet basement late at night. Nice to hear the final version of this one after hearing them play it live a few times over the last few months. Looking forward to their debut EP, which is said to be coming in a few months.

Dre Green – Let Me Know (Single)
17 February | | producer

I know I’m late on Let Me Know, the latest tune from Chicago’s Dre Green, but it’s too good not to post. With Jeremiah Meece (The-Drum) handling production duties, Dre confronts her significant other to let him know she’s ready to cut the bullshit and get to the point. Crazy to hear how much Dre has grown since her Only One EP came out last August. Stay tuned for more new music from Dre and the Lo Motion crew coming soon.

Haleek Maul ft. Kit – Medicine (Single)
16 February | | producer

New York rapper Haleek Maul makes his first appearance of 2015 with the premiere of a new track via The Fader. Medicine features a guest verse from Chicago rapper Kit and co-production from Shy Guy, who has become a major player in NYC’s underground rap/R&B scene. The single is set to appear on Maul’s forthcoming project, Prince Midas, which is scheduled for an April release.

Rahel – Alkali (Album)
16 February | | producer

New York City singer/songwriter Rahel quietly released her debut album last week and it deserves your attention. With Jeremiah Meece (The-Drum) handling executive production duties, Alkali flows from start to finish across ten tracks. Label mates Le1f and Don Christian make guest appearances throughout, along with Chicago’s Khallee (JODY). Rahel’s polished voice layered over top swirling, unconventional production gives a whole new meaning to R&B in 2015 and you can thank the folks at Camp & Street/Lo Motion. Stream Rahel’s Alkali LP below.