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Korallreven feat. Cornelius – Try Anything Once
Swedish duo Korallreven seduced us all when they dropped their magnificently Balearic debut An Album by Korallreven two years ago, and we’ve eagerly waited to hear more ever since. Now they finally have a second album underway, and this week they gave us a first taste of what’s to come with the strikingly catchy new single Try Anything Once, a collaboration with Japanese hyper-pop auteur Cornelius and members from Tensta Gospel Choir. The single will be officially released on October 2, backed by a remix from British singer and producer Cooly G. Listen to Try Anything Once here.

The Knife – Let’s Talk About Gender Baby, Let’s Talk About You And Me (Planningtorock Rework)
By looping the line ”let’s talk about gender baby, let’s talk about you and me” over a hooky bassline, British, Berlin based producer Planningtorock has turned The Knife’s single Full of Fire into a brand new, funky dance song. Released earlier this week, the rework was accompanied by a hypnotising, colourful video, directed by the producer himself. Let’s Talk About Gender Baby, Let’s Talk About You And Me (Planningtorock Rework) will be released October 14 together with a remix of the track Raging Lung by Hannah Holland. Hear the song and watch the video above.

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Prada SS14
In the midst of sugary floral prints and slinky evening dresses at Milan Fashion Week, Prada’s spring show came like a breath of fresh air. Known for her strong political standpoint, Miuccia Prada had created a collection set to blur the lines between power and femininity. Set to music by MIA and Britney Spears, the collection presented a stunning take on riot grrrl feminism. Radiating a sophisticated kick ass attitude, the collection featured beaded bras, sleek dresses, and multicoloured fur coats, matched with tube socks and sporty sandals. See more of Purple Magazin’s Skylar Williams’ photos from the show here.


The Embassy – International (Global Mix)
With their magnificent soundscapes and sleek, melancholic melodies, Swedish pop duo The Embassy goes from strength to strength. This week they dropped a new version of their track International, taken from their recent album Sweet Sensation, with the heavenly heavy, instrumental E-Culture as a B side. At the same time, the duo also unveiled all of their previous singles and remixes digitally, which means that Spotify is filled to the brim with forgotten The Embassy gems. Listen to International (Global Mix) here and discover more of their songs here.