Music Monday: Flamingosis, The Maine, Eric Hilton, glue70, and AFK & Doctor P

Celebrating the release of his debut studio album Daymaker, Brooklyn-based electronic solo-act Flamingosis expands upon the foundation set via the release of the album’s three singles ‘Wild Summer’, ‘Daymaker’ and ‘Cosmic Feeling’ all released over the course of the last year. Daymaker is an electronic journey through time and space, melding high energy future-funk beats with melodic soundscapes, spaced out synths, and groovy guitar riffs.

Alt-rock band, The Maine, release their new single, “Pretender”. The track leans more into the “rock” of “pop-rock” than the previous singles from XOXO: From Love And Anxiety In Real Time while still maintaining the catchiness and danceability of the other songs. The song was released alongside a lyric video which gives viewers a glimpse into the writing and recording process of the new record.

Musician/producer Eric Hilton takes listeners on a blunted journey through space with his new album “Ceremony”, 13 tracks of emotive interstellar psychedelia, out on August 20th.  Hilton’s masterful ability to mix disparate musical ingredients was well established during his 25-year tenure as co-founder of the legendary genre-hopping downtempo electronic music act Thievery Corporation. But in his newfound solo work, the artist has crafted a sonic universe uniquely his own. “Ceremony” is the 3rd solo record Hilton has released during the past year, a period of prolific awakening for the veteran musician and producer, which the album title alludes to.

Manchester, UK artist/producer, glue70, (Conor) is back with this catchy and relatable hit called “Spray It Down”, and you don’t want to miss this one. You will want to jam and laugh at the same time with this absolute vibe.

Over 10 years ago, Doctor P and Flux Pavilion formed Circus Records and soon after, FuntCase joined the roster as an exclusive artist. A decade later, the tables have turned as DPMO is proud to welcome Doctor P and his collaborator AFK with their label debut release ‘Destroyed’.

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