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5 tunes for the perfect Sunday

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Maybe you had a large one on Saturday night. Maybe you just stayed in and drank red wine with the fam. Whatever. Sunday is a day for chilling, contemplating, reflecting. With that in mind, we thought we’d share a few tunes to keep your Sunday soundtrack strictly on point, with a little dubstep, ambience, garage and more.

What are your fav tunes for Sunday, dubstep or otherwise?

Mujuice – Siberia

Pretty much everything Mujuice does is gold. He’s one of a long list of Russian producers who are pushing the boundaries of electronic music in new and beautiful ways. This track is from his latest album, Metamorphosis, which is a modern-day masterpiece in its own right. Sit back, relax, enjoy.

Jamie xx – All Under One Roof Raving

A solid blast of nostalgia with a dose of introspection. If there’s ever a tune that sums up Sundays it’s Jamie xx’s hat tip to the rave era, and in particular, the hard house scene of yesteryear. The steel drums sound so fresh juxtaposed with samples from Mark Leckey’s experimental short film Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore and those familiar garage-inferring beats. It’s Jamie xx’s best tune for ages. “Hardcore will never die.”

Miyuki – Dreamy Mind (feat. Jan Amit)

Another one from Russia. This time it’s Miyuki with a quintessentially dreamy piece of haunting future garage. Absolutely stunning.

Temporal feat. Jillian Aversa – Desires

A fine piece of melodic dubstep if ever we’ve heard one. Temporal is a young producer from Canada who has really honed his craft. The vocal in this one is a thing of wonder.

Need A Name – Rain, Roads And Lights (Exist Strategy Remix)

The name of this tune sums it up really. Exist Strategy has done a mightily impressive job here taking a tune that was near perfect to begin with and transforming it into something wonderful. The remix really captures the mood of the original track and that feeling of driving in the rain at night. It’s really something remarkable. This is what Sundays are all about.

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Oct 27 – Suwannee Hulaween – Live Oak, FL

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Nov 10 – Neumos – Seattle, WA

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Folded Dragons Releases New Single “Fake Love”

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