Dance music producer Ezra Rubin, a.k.a. Kingdom, will release his first full-length, Tears In The Club, on Feb. 24. Courtesy of Fade To Mind hide caption

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Tears In The Club

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    Tears In The Club
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    Tears In The Club
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    Kingdom
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    Fade To Mind
    Released
    2017

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Guest Dose: Byron The Aquarius

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Sevdaliza, 'Amandine Insensible'

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KCRW's Jason Bentley premieres new music from Little Dragon on this week's Metropolis. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Metropolis: 2/11/17

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KCRW's Jason Bentley spins new tracks from Karriem Riggins and more in this two-hour dance mix. Gerard Victor/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Metropolis: 2/4/17

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From left, Vancouver-based producer Flørist, British duo Payfone, and Gary, Indiana's finest, Jlin. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Recommended Dose: January Mix

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In Lemaitre's video for "Playing To Lose," two strangers affect each other's lives in unexpected ways. Vevo hide caption

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01Playing To Lose (Feat. Stanaj)

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    Playing To Lose (Feat. Stanaj)
    Album
    Afterglow
    Artist
    Lemaitre
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    1969

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Hear new music from Goldfrapp in this week's dance mix from KCRW's Jason Bentley. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Metropolis: 1/28/17

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Tensnake's "Freundchen" is featured on this week's episode of Metropolis. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Metropolis: 1/21/17

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"It's about paying close attention to where you are and bringing the audience into a place of freedom, relief and recovery," says Marea Stamper, a.k.a. The Black Madonna. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Guest Dose: The Black Madonna

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