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Last week we shared with you Cut Snake's curated playlist that launched our new series leading up to CRSSD Festival. Next to take over curation duties is SNBRN who throws together a diverse selection ranging from a timeless Sublime track to a heady underground deep house jam from Kollektiv Turmstrasse. SNBRN is definitely a highlight of any festival he spins at and with this collection of tracks he shares music that best represents his sound and style.

Next week we'll have another artist curated playlists for you, but we're keeping this one a secret, so check back with us to listen to the next selection.

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Duke Dumont – 'Ocean Drive'

This is the perfect song to end a perfect summer. Nothing says biking home from the beach better than this. It’s got a slow groove and great vocal to keep you holding on.

Hotel Garuda –' Palm Sprung'

Another heater from the boys Hotel Garuda. They hit this one out of the park, don’t believe me watch this.

VINNE, Malik Mustache & N.E.O.N Feat. Samantha NOVA - 'Rock U'

By far my favorite release of the summer. From twangy guitar, to a hypnotizing vocal and heavy bass, there's nothing quite like this super collab.

Nero - 'Two Minds (Nero '92 Minds Remix)'

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An amazing Nero remix of a Nero track off their new album. This funky and groovy remix has been a staple in my sets all summer.

Sublime - 'What I Got'

This has been a favorite since I was in high school and still is today. Been dropping this in all my festival sets and cant get enough of it!

Josef Salvat - 'Open Season (Gryffin Remix)'

An amazing indie jam from the homie Gryffin. This remix captures the soul of the original while adding his signature guitar and groove. This track has vibes written all over it.

Kollektiv Turmstrasse - 'Sorry I'm Late'

Such a cool, funky club track I’ve been playing in my sets. With a driving bassline and catchy horn top, you really could listen to this track all day.

Justin Jay - 'Hit It'

Justin destroyed this with an addictive bass, captivating piano and that amazing vocal hook. I was lucky to get this 7 months ago and have been opening my sets with it ever sense. Great to see another friend crushing it.

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