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Dijon: coogie With “coogie,” LA-based artist Dijon (aka Dijon Duenas) returns with his first new music in two years. The gentle track was crafted with Mk.gee (aka Michael Gordon) and Andrew Sarlo, and features Dijon’s trademark tender, vulnerable vocals. With scattered percussion and at-times muffled guitar, the song possesses a meandering, improvisational nature that ebbs and flows effortlessly. Of the track, Dijon tweeted: “made a …

Róisín Murphy: CooCool

Róisín Murphy’s new track “CooCool” has been produced by her frequent collaborator, the legendary producer DJ Koze. The breezy track is a pastiche of the two artist’s styles and their shared flair for soulful dance music. “Ostensibly a fragile little flower yet it has great hidden strength at the roots,” Murphy says in a statement. “There’s classic virtuosity and a lightness of touch, while DJ …

DJ Koze + Róisín Murphy: Scratch That

From his newest record Knock Knock, DJ Koze has released the atmospheric “Scratch That” featuring the inimitable Róisín Murphy. Somewhere between deep house and trip hop, the track beguiles—thanks in part to Murphy’s hauntingly beautiful vocals. Knock Knock is Koze’s first LP since 2013’s Amygdala, and he will be touring all spring/summer throughout Europe, North Africa and Australia.