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Floorplan and Fade To Mind Feature in Our Seven Most Played Tracks of the Week

Everything that's been filling our headphones for the past week.

This playlist of music dropped onto the internet this week—also known as 'music released the week after the week Prince died'—is hard to tie together with one coherent theme. Between the Godly thuds of Floorplan's music and the soft, swells of Dawn Richard's "Honest" on Fade to Mind, we've been all over the 'vibe spectrum' this week. Yes there is a 'vibe spectrum,' no you're not on it. Awesome Tapes From Africa came through with some predictably awesome tapes for his RA mix, while Wilson Tanner's "Long Water" slipped into our streams of consciousness like honey into blood. Seeking a gear shift, Akito's blend of Loom's "Fractured Light" came clattering into view, followed by DJ Octopus' ebullient edit of "Ladybug," and finally the stern stretches of Machine Woman's "I Can Mend Your Broken Heart" as remixed by Kaseem Mosse.

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This playlist of music dropped onto the internet this week—also known as 'music released the week after the week Prince died'—is hard to tie together with one coherent theme. Between the Godly thuds of Floorplan's music and the soft, swells of Dawn Richard's "Honest" on Fade to Mind, we've been all over the 'vibe spectrum' this week. Yes there is a 'vibe spectrum,' no you're not on it. Awesome Tapes From Africa came through with some predictably awesome tapes for his RA mix, while Wilson Tanner's "Long Water" slipped into our streams of consciousness like honey into blood. Seeking a gear shift, Akito's blend of Loom's "Fractured Light" came clattering into view, followed by DJ Octopus' ebullient edit of "Ladybug," and finally the stern stretches of Machine Woman's "I Can Mend Your Broken Heart" as remixed by Kaseem Mosse.

This playlist of music dropped onto the internet this week—also known as 'music released the week after the week Prince died'—is hard to tie together with one coherent theme. Between the Godly thuds of Floorplan's music and the soft, swells of Dawn Richard's "Honest" on Fade to Mind, we've been all over the 'vibe spectrum' this week. Yes there is a 'vibe spectrum,' no you're not on it. Awesome Tapes From Africa came through with some predictably awesome tapes for his RA mix, while Wilson Tanner's "Long Water" slipped into our streams of consciousness like honey into blood. Seeking a gear shift, Akito's blend of Loom's "Fractured Light" came clattering into view, followed by DJ Octopus' ebullient edit of "Ladybug," and finally the stern stretches of Machine Woman's "I Can Mend Your Broken Heart" as remixed by Kaseem Mosse.

This playlist of music dropped onto the internet this week—also known as 'music released the week after the week Prince died'—is hard to tie together with one coherent theme. Between the Godly thuds of Floorplan's music and the soft, swells of Dawn Richard's "Honest" on Fade to Mind, we've been all over the 'vibe spectrum' this week. Yes there is a 'vibe spectrum,' no you're not on it. Awesome Tapes From Africa came through with some predictably awesome tapes for his RA mix, while Wilson Tanner's "Long Water" slipped into our streams of consciousness like honey into blood. Seeking a gear shift, Akito's blend of Loom's "Fractured Light" came clattering into view, followed by DJ Octopus' ebullient edit of "Ladybug," and finally the stern stretches of Machine Woman's "I Can Mend Your Broken Heart" as remixed by Kaseem Mosse.

This playlist of music dropped onto the internet this week—also known as 'music released the week after the week Prince died'—is hard to tie together with one coherent theme. Between the Godly thuds of Floorplan's music and the soft, swells of Dawn Richard's "Honest" on Fade to Mind, we've been all over the 'vibe spectrum' this week. Yes there is a 'vibe spectrum,' no you're not on it. Awesome Tapes From Africa came through with some predictably awesome tapes for his RA mix, while Wilson Tanner's "Long Water" slipped into our streams of consciousness like honey into blood. Seeking a gear shift, Akito's blend of Loom's "Fractured Light" came clattering into view, followed by DJ Octopus' ebullient edit of "Ladybug," and finally the stern stretches of Machine Woman's "I Can Mend Your Broken Heart" as remixed by Kaseem Mosse.

This playlist of music dropped onto the internet this week—also known as 'music released the week after the week Prince died'—is hard to tie together with one coherent theme. Between the Godly thuds of Floorplan's music and the soft, swells of Dawn Richard's "Honest" on Fade to Mind, we've been all over the 'vibe spectrum' this week. Yes there is a 'vibe spectrum,' no you're not on it. Awesome Tapes From Africa came through with some predictably awesome tapes for his RA mix, while Wilson Tanner's "Long Water" slipped into our streams of consciousness like honey into blood. Seeking a gear shift, Akito's blend of Loom's "Fractured Light" came clattering into view, followed by DJ Octopus' ebullient edit of "Ladybug," and finally the stern stretches of Machine Woman's "I Can Mend Your Broken Heart" as remixed by Kaseem Mosse.

This playlist of music dropped onto the internet this week—also known as 'music released the week after the week Prince died'—is hard to tie together with one coherent theme. Between the Godly thuds of Floorplan's music and the soft, swells of Dawn Richard's "Honest" on Fade to Mind, we've been all over the 'vibe spectrum' this week. Yes there is a 'vibe spectrum,' no you're not on it. Awesome Tapes From Africa came through with some predictably awesome tapes for his RA mix, while Wilson Tanner's "Long Water" slipped into our streams of consciousness like honey into blood. Seeking a gear shift, Akito's blend of Loom's "Fractured Light" came clattering into view, followed by DJ Octopus' ebullient edit of "Ladybug," and finally the stern stretches of Machine Woman's "I Can Mend Your Broken Heart" as remixed by Kaseem Mosse.