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      ODESZA has released a behind the scenes video illustrating the decisive events and artistic process that led to video accompaniment to their collaborative single with Leon Bridges, “Across The Room.” The breezy piano ballad, sung by Bridges, was released on ODESZA’s newest album A Moment Apart. 
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      Belgian melody wizard, Henri PFR, has been carving his path in the chiller genres of the electronic music spectrum over in Europe with his summertime remixes and infectious originals. While summer is well behind much of Europe and North America, the rising producer has teamed up with fellow Belgian stalwart, Romeo Blanco, for a nostalgic piece titled “In The Mood.”
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    • YourEDM
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      Musicians are three times more likely to suffer from depression, according to a new academic study from Help Musicians UK.
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