Don't we all wish we could have more eargasms? Well, now you can. If you missed our Daily Gasm post, you can find them all right here. Better grab the Kleenexes.

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U.K's Until The Ribbon Breaks released "One Match" a few weeks back. Since finding it, I have been playing this sensual electronic gem on repeat. Check it out below!

Young Fathers of Edinburgh, Scotland have one of the freshest and gripping sounds out today, marrying gospel with hardcore electronic bass hooks. Their new single, "In My View" fuses the two with seamless perfection. Check out the video below, and make sure you DON'T miss them live when they pass through your city.

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Charlotte Cardin's newest track, "The Kids" is as raw as her talent. Watch the feels-inducing video below.

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Berlin's Magic Island gives you a heartbreaking stab with her effortless vibrato, summoning you to take a moment of introspection. Painful yet alarmingly beautiful, "Easy Babe" is one you won't be able to resist.

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Canadian electronic duo HUMANS has somehow gone under the radar for way too long. Their newest EP, "The Feels" will be released January 26th and is one you certainly shouldn't miss. Check out the title track below!


The Limiñanas "Shadow People" starts with an a nod to Radiohead's "Creep" and slowly transforms into a dreamy, 60's psychedelic beach tune. This France-based duo is a welcome warmth for this absolutely absurd cold. Lovers of Tame Impala, be warned. Don't miss the release of their album "Shadow People" on January 19.

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London trio Dream Wife gritty pop track, "Hey Heartbreaker" begs for you awaken your head-banging, no fucks given self. Fans of Bikini Kill and Le Tigre will be adding these ladies to your repeat list. Happy Thursday!

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From Cologne, Germany comes Ray Novacane. Their single "Sweet Liar"reminds me of Little Dragon and Jamiroquai dusted with the kind of disco you would roller skate to circa 1995. I dare you not to dance to this.


Xinobi's "Far Away Place" has been on repeat for days now. The harmonic vocals and head-nodding beat make this track one I'm sure will be on yours as well. 


Canada's Del Bel instantly transport me back to the seductive sounds of Portishead's "Glory Box." Lisa Conway's vocals are perpetual loops of sex appeal perfect paired with the spooky blues tune to back them up.


London's Elderbrook has an uncanny gauge on minimalist electronica. Miike Snow vibes mixed with his personal variation of welcome contagion make "Talking" today's Daily Gasm.

Royal and the Serpent's "Temperance" is a love child of CocoRosie and Shovels and Rope, if you can even begin to wrap your head around that combo. With her own electro pop twang, her sound is raw and demanding. Check out the single below.


CupcakKe could quite possibly be the next Lil' Kim. Her track "Cartoons" only scrapes the surface of her insane, cocky and badass rhymes. This Chicago native certainly has something to say, and she doesn't give a fuck if you don't want to hear it.

Frills' "Dam Girl" is a psychedelic 70's dusted track with just the right amount of  sexual seduction...very groovy on the ears.

Reminiscent of Justice, Jarami's "Hear This" will put you in an instant good mood. 

Young and Sick's "Ojai" is the exact track I needed for my current California state of mind. Happy Saturday!

I can't get enough of this track by SuperParka. The groovy back beat will surely have the same effect on you.


Montreal-based Geoffroy's track "Coastline" begs to be replayed. For anyone who can appreciate the complications of a relationship, this is for you. (So everyone.)


Mansionair's recently released single "Astronaut (Something About Your Love)" is laced with milky coos and just enough bass to remind you who you're listening to. Enjoy below!

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From the moody guitar to the effortless voice reminiscent of Lana Del Rey or Selah Sue, Wild Belle's new track, "Paralyzed" doesn't disappoint.


In lieu of the inevitable start of winter, Myd's "The Sun" will bring you back to a carefree summer afternoon. Just don't look too closely into those eyes...^

COMMAND's "Cowboy Killer" is the perfect tune for a cruisy afternoon. Listen below:

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When Denmark and Canada collide, this is the mastery that results. Rhye has the voice of an angelic seductress, however you want to picture that in your carnal brain. Listen to "Taste" below!

Charlotte Gainsbourg's "Deadly Valentine" reminds me of something you might have found on the Drive Soundtrack. Turn it up real loud, and don't blame me if you find yourself walking like a badass.

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If you haven't heard of Tash Sultana yet, your day is about to improve drastically. This girl is an absolute force, and her recently released track, "Mystik," is no exception. You're welcome.

Emmit Fenn is one of my favourite electronic artists of the moment. His ability to seamlessly weave smooth R&B with addictive electro drops will get you on the bandwagon too. And that sax? Happy hump day!


Nina Simone is untouchable, but Julius Abel gives "Blackbird" a modern, repeat-inducing twist. Enjoy!


Curtis Harding is a smooth criminal. His newest album, Face Your Fear, is out now. Check out this catchy, infectious tune from it below! And try not to fall in love with this video.