House Playlist: Active Child ft. Mikky Ekko, Cut Copy, Miguel, Toro Y Moi, & More

Pat Grossi, a.k.a. Active Child, has announced a new six-track EP, The Rapor.

House Playlist: Active Child featuring Mikky Ekko, Cut Copy, Miguel, Banks, Toro Y Moi, Tessela, & Goldroom

Active Child ft. Mikky Ekko, “Subtle”: Pat Grossi, a.k.a. Active Child, has announced a new six-track EP, The Rapor, his first release since 2011’s You Are All I See. The EP, out October 22nd on Vagrant Records, features Ellie Goulding and Mikky Ekko, who briefly channels Roxette on the ’80s-centric “Subtle.”

Cut Copy, “Free Your Mind”: The follow-up to Cut Copy’s Grammy-nominated Zonoscope was apparently inspired by the two “Summers of Love,” sparked by Vietnam in the ’60s and the Thatcher era in the ’80s. Which makes the title of Free Your Mind, out November 5th, pretty apt. Check out the title track below:

Miguel, “Can’t Sleep 2Gether”: The penultimate offering from Adult Swim’s 2013 Singles Program is a brand new track from R&B crooner Miguel, who puts a witty twist on the song’s title. Download the track for free here.

Banks, “This Is What It Feels Like”: Los Angeles singer-songwriter Banks’s debut EP, London, is out today. Listen to the Lil Silva and Jamie Woon-helmed “This Is What It Feels Like” below and check out the music video for the standout “Waiting Game” here.

Toro Y Moi, “Campo”: Toro Y Moi has unveiled the A-side to a new standalone 7” single, available exclusively on the electronic psych-pop act’s North American tour, which kicks off this weekend in Mexico.

Tessela, “Nancy’s Pantry”: The latest from U.K. beatmaker Tessela (a.k.a. Ed Russell) is all kinds of crazy good. Turns out Nancy’s pantry is stocked with some wicked breakbeats, low bass, and smooth synths. Tessela’s debut EP of the same name is out October 8th.

Goldroom, “Embrace”: Goldroom’s “Embrace” is a collaboration between L.A. producer Josh Legg and singer Ariela Jacobs, whose radio-ready pop vocal meshes perfectly with Legg’s lush synths and pulsing rhythms.

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