RIP David Bowie



kiiara – Say Anymore



Well, that didn’t take long.

Our #1 artist to watch in 2016, kiiara, has dropped her first track of the new year in “Say Anymore”.

With the same glitchy goodness that wowed us on “Gold”, “Say Anymore” takes us from the club to the bedroom floor in kiiara’s most sensual track to date. Dancing over a sparkling beat from Felix Snow and toeing the line between lust and love — If I say anymore, I might just fall in… — kiiara has knocked it out the park yet again.

More of this, please and thank you.


Wet – All The Ways


Wet drops another piece of delicate pop gold with their latest, “All The Ways”.

A tender, conflicted, love song, “All The Ways” sports a minimalist beat, steady, yet slow tempo, and intimate vocals from Kelly Zutrau — a formula that has made pretty much every one of their tracks shine.

Head over to iTunes and pre-order a copy of their debut album, Don’t You, set to be released later this month, it will be a worthwhile purchase.

Lemaitre – Stepping Stone feat. Mark Johns


Lematire have the distinguished honor of being of the very first artists to appear on thatbeatjuice back in late 2013 — today they’ve given us a brand new track in “Stepping Stone”.

Featuring Mark Johns of “Imposter” fame, “Stepping Stone” is Lemaitre’s first release off of their forthcoming 1749 EP, set to drop on January 29.

Dive into some deep Norwegian electro and get a free download here.

SOFI TUKKER – Matadora


SOFI TUKKER give us the highly-anticipated follow-up to their hit, “Drinkee”, with another portughouse wonder in “Matadora”.

Sophie Hawley-Weld’s mesmerizing Portuguese vocals and Tucker Halpern’s hand drum, horn-laden beat make “Matadora” an absolute killer tune (get it?).

But really, bad language jokes aside, SOFI TUKKER’s trajectory is pointing  ↑. Get on the bandwagon before it’s too late.

Sufjan Stevens x Gallant // In The Room // Ep. 1


Sufjan Stevens and Gallant give us a post-tour treat with this beautiful rendition of Sufjan’s “Blue Bucket Of Gold”.

In what has been dubbed Episode 1 of In The Room, Sufjan takes on a supporting role, hopping on the keys and providing backup vocals, while Gallant does his best Sufjan impression and more, showing off his impressive pipes.

Check out the performance above and be on the lookout for more In The Room sessions from these two.