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electro label Kitsuné have returned and this time they’ve enlisted the help of London’s new psychedelic princes, Antimatter People. Taken from the label’s upcoming New Faces compilation, Mossy Grounds is a whirlwind of chanting, voltaic ska beats and mesmerising guitar rifts. Have a listen below;

After over 10 years of compiling some of the biggest indie dance tracks, the New Faces compilation sees Kitsuné give a platform to fresh new talent and the (as-of-yet) undiscovered. Also, in case you were interested – Kitsuné is japanese for fox. Just a little bonus fact for you there.

You can pick up New Faces from the 24th of February.

Antimatter People – Mossy Grounds
Gallant – Sirens
Lxury – Never Love
Solomon Grey – Last Century Man
Southern – Shout It
Years & Years – Real
George Fitzgerald – I Can Tell By The Way You Move
Panda – Eighty Nine
Hyetal – Jam The Network
Superfood – Bubbles
Snakadaktal – The Sun II
Clancy – Overdue (Edit)
Kilo Kish – Turquoise
Rosie Lowe – Me & Your Ghost