Exclusive: Listen to Sweat It Out's Workout Series 7 compilation, feat. Sevader, Taleena + more

Exclusive: Listen to Sweat It Out's Workout Series 7 compilation, feat. Sevader, Taleena + more

Australia's finest label for big house bangers drop a new compilation loaded with local talent.

Australian label Sweat It Out have always been one of our go-to's for electronica, hosting some of Australian electronic's biggest names across their rich, release-loaded history – RÜFÜS DU SOL, What So Not and Motez included. Recently, however, the esteemed label has been focusing more on up-and-coming names that hold a lot of promise and potential for the future, whether it be those already on the edge of international cross-over – like Dena Amy – or names like Jordan Brando through their Club Sweat sub-label, which focuses on the sweatier, late-night brand of house music which always seems to hit just right.

Today we premiere one of their infamous compilations, specifically the return of their Workout Series compilation which this week, enters its seventh form, doing so in excellent style as Sweat It Out brings together some of Australia's most exciting names for a loaded – and diverse – compilation which puts them back on top. There's Melbourne's Greater Than Us, who combines tech-house grooves with hip-hop infusions for a stomping and unique track that's quite unlike anything else out there; Sevader, a rising duo who add percussive layers to a bright, tropical-tinged bassline; Taleena, a quickly-rising Brisbane name who unites clever vocal cutting with thick grooves; Tiff Cornish, who bursts out the gate with a somewhat nostalgic tip titled You Get Me; before Robina ties it all together with a glitchy, vocal-led banger, Breezy. Stream the full compilation below:

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