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DJ Frooot Brings the Whomp!

 House music in Austin is an undercurrent, barely noticeable beneath the deluge of more mainstream genres that have much more visibility. Yet, occasionally a gem shines through that makes you want more. Paty Gomez-Palacio, aka DJ Frooot, found her break in the UT greek party scene, playing parties where she impressed attendees leading to bigger and higher profile shows.  Frooot is young, female and determined, but Austin isn't the most nourishing scene -especially since Kingdom and Ethics were shut down in the past year. Gomez-Palacio has persevered, expanding her show circuit to include other Texas cities, festivals and recurring shows at venues like Scratchouse and Vulcan Gas Company.  A steady stream of consistent and quality released tracks also serve as harbingers of Frooot's longevity and success moving forward.

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Equip "Cursebreaker X"

Equip is the moniker of Vaporwave producer Kevin Hein. His latest project is called Cursebreaker X and it contains his recently released trilogy of singles, “Cemetery Moonglow”, “Nocturne Catacombs”, and “Shadow Dancer”.

This is glorious synth-driven electronic music that would be the perfect soundtrack to an adventurous video game.

Cursebreaker X will be released by 100% Electronica on August 30th.

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SLPRS "Time's Up"

Retro Electro-Pop outfit SLPRS (Sleepers) have released have released a new single called “Time’s Up Pt. 1 & Pt. 2”. This is the first taste of an upcoming EP, their second, called “The Doorway”.

This is Synth-driven pop music ripped directly from the best moments of the ’80’s.

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JukeBots

Punk EDM duo JukeBots released several track a couple of months ago on their Soundcloud. These are the catchy, dance floor bangers created by two “robots”, K-Bot on programming, guitar, bass, and more and Z-Bot on vocals, guitar and keys.

You can catch JukeBots on August 30th at Hobart Art Theatre in Hobart, IN with Broken Robots, Balqrock and Buddy Danger.

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Mima Good releases smoky track "Holly Golightly"

Fervent readers and movie buffs know Holly Golightly, the country-turned-cafe-society girl from Truman Capote's Breakfast at Tiffany's. Golightly (played by the unforgettable Audrey Hepburn) has an independent air, an entrancing one; she's a character who literary analysts have studied as, among other things, a feminist icon. Now Brooklyn avant-blues-indie artist Mima Good has released a single named after Golightly, using clips from Breakfast at Tiffany's to create a slowed-down groove which accompanies her musings on her own femininity. In her press release for "Holly Golightly", Raechel Rosen -- the brains behind Mima Good -- says: "To me, [Golightly] is a charming metaphor for surviving under capitalist patriarchy and making it look good as hell." And while toxic masculinity and misogyny still exist in New York and beyond, artists like Mima will take influence from icons like Golightly and keep surviving, too. Take a listen to the single. below. - Will Sisskind

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