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September 13, 2017

Best up and coming producers?

Hey guys,

Found a few similar older threads and consequently some great music. Would love to hear your favorite new/lesser known artists at the moment. So much good music out there that one may never find. Love French Electro (esp Madeon), but any Electro House recommendations in general are appreciated.

Thanks a mil.

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