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Metropolis: 3/26/16

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Metropolis: 3/26/16

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Metropolis: 3/26/16

Metropolis: 3/26/16

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Claude Vonstroke's "The Rain Break" is featured in this week's episode of Metropolis. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Claude Vonstroke's "The Rain Break" is featured in this week's episode of Metropolis.

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This Week's Playlist

  • Sofi Tukker, "Matadora [Medina Remix]" (Sofi Tukker, LLC)
  • Coldcut, "Man In A Garage [Lemon Jelly Remix]" (Ninja Tune)
  • Underworld, "Low Burn" (Ume)
  • ILS, "6 Space (Next Level)" (Immergent)
  • Justin Martin, "Hello Clouds (feat. Femme)" (Dirtybird)
  • Digitalism, "Utopia [H.O.S.H. Remix]" ([PIAS] America)
  • Tee Mango, "Need Your Love" (Millionhands)
  • Claude Vonstroke, "The Rain Break" (Dirtybird)
  • Andy Cato, "7am Drop" (Apollo/R&S)
  • Shur-i-kan, "Simply Yes (feat. Alexander East)" (Lazy Day)
  • St. Germain, "Sitting Here [Atjazz Remix]" (Nonesuch)
  • Snakehips, "All My Friends (feat. Tinashe And Chance The Rapper) [Prep Remix]" (Sony)
  • Disclosure, "Magnets (feat. Lorde)" (Capitol)
  • Anohni, "Drone Bomb Me" (Secretly Canadian)
  • Hudson Mohawke, "Ryderz" (Warp)
  • Wild Beasts, "A Simple Truth [Lone Remix]" (Domino)
  • Rufus Du Sol, "Say A Prayer For Me [MK Remix]" (Sweat It Out)
  • Redondo & Camelphat, "Paths" (Spinnin Deep)
  • Evil Nine, "Hired Goons" (Marine Parade)
  • Lion Babe, "Impossible [Special Request Remix]" (Outsiders/Polydor)
  • Jauz, "Feel The Volume" (Spinnin Deep)
  • Elohim, "Xanax [Moon Boots Remix]" (B3sci)
  • Astrid S, "Hyde" (Island)
  • Halfnoise, "Inside" (Halfnoise)
  • Sasha, "View 2" (Late Night Tales)

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