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[Beautiful] Autograf – Dream (Original)


As we sit here enjoying our morning cup of green tea and oatmeal, we can’t help but crave a sweet and succulent sound to accompany this divine setting. Sometimes all we need is a dose of some mystical melodies and a soothing bassline to help center our souls. Well ninjas, we’re here to satisfy your sweet tooth with an original new masterpiece from TMN’s favorite producer trio, Autograf. Now that we’ve been introduced to their unique approach to production, we can’t help but anxiously type away at this post because all we really want to say is: “STOP EVERYTHING. THIS IS AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: AUTOGRAF. THAT IS ALL”. Considering that’s not the most professional nor the most informative way to express our enthusiasm, we felt that we should spend a little bit more time crafting this auditory number into a well-written depiction of their vision.

After months and months of smashing the Hype Machine charts, Autograf has finally blessed our music feed with their first original track titled “Dream”. In a sense, the title of this track encapsulates the very essence of what it feels like to be submerged underneath the depths of our dreams. Filled with ambient tropical melodies, soothing piano riffs, and an ethereal vocal that guides us deep into the very core of our subconscious, Autograf gives us a picturesque interpretation of our unconscious realm and allows our ears to soak themselves into a state of pure bliss. Once again, Autograf continues to showcase their unique perspective by means of sound design and creative expression. We guarantee you’ll have this one on repeat for the rest of the day, so press play, sink into a lucid state of mind, and let this heavenly song hypnotize your soul and magnify your thoughts.

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[EP Review] Samuel Proffitt – Blue Notebook No. 10

Ever since his debut release back in July, Samuel Proffitt has experienced an overwhelmingly positive response to his new solo project. We here at TMN have been following the likes of this talented, forward-thinking, driven young artist, for he accurately portrays the smooth and sultry sounds of pain, anguish, love, hope, and heartbreak that all of us so desperately want to connect with. It’s rare that we come across an artist like Samuel Proffitt, but when we do, time just seems to be an irrelevant concept due to the flooding emotions that seep into our every pore. With his pristine productions and cleansing originality, Samuel Proffitt gives us all an outlet to express ourselves as well as help us come out from underneath our suppressed shells.

Whenever I come home, i’ll be yours”

A couple of months ago, Samuel Proffitt unleashed his debut EP, Blue Notebook No. 10, and absolutely stunned the world with his artistic and creative vision. This 5 track EP is filled with mesmerizing melodies, haunting harmonies, emotion-evoking songwriting, and daunting mental imagery that conceptually encapsulates the very essence of this project. With features from artists such as Khai, Jeff Sontag, Jess Zobler, AOBeats, and Crywolf, it is inevitable that you will experience a range of conflicting emotions through their intricate forms of storytelling. From the ever enchanting wonders of ‘Sladky’ to the addictive nature of ‘Sirens’, Samuel Proffitt has diversified himself in every way possible. From beginning to end,  Blue Notebook No. 10, in its entirety, tells us a tragic story with a twisted ending that will leave you in a state of dissonance. Just when you think you’ve figured out the direction of his sound, everything you thought you knew will come to a complete stand still the moment you reach ‘In Flames’. ‘In Flames’ is timeless in the sense that it is nothing like anything you’ve ever heard before. Crywolf and his immaculate lyricism paired with Samuel Proffitt’s piercing piano melodies perfectly guide us towards a conclusive resolve that ultimately sucks us into a never-ending tunnel of pure darkness. His uncanny ability to express his vulnerable state of mind has allowed us all to openly feel each and every ounce of passion that went into this project.

In the aftermath, there will be no blood, this is a quiet death my dear…”

So whether you have lost someone dear to you or have had someone destroy your world, Blue Notebook No.10 will speak to you during your time of confusion, sadness, and pain.

’Samuel Proffitt – Cranes (Intro)’
’Samuel Proffitt – Sladky ft. Khai’
’Samuel Proffitt – Nevsky ft. Khai (Interlude)’
’Samuel Proffitt X AOBeats – Sirens ft. Jeff Sontag & Jess Zobler’
’Samuel Proffitt – In Flames ft. Crywolf’
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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 138)

Hey ninjas! So…as you all know, I have been running TMN’s Friday Party Playlist for quite some time now. Unfortunately, this month is nothing but bat shit CRAY, so I will be passing the torch over to ninja Mitch to help keep you satisfied this month. This ninjette will be back in April to continue the party anthems each and every week….but school always comes first. So while you all do beer bongs and twerk on walls, i’ll just sit in the library and let my liver repair itself before Spring Break. See you all in a few weeks.

As always #danceirresponsibly.

Until next month, ninjas.

’Flosstradamus feat. Waka Flocka – TTU (TroyBoi Remix)’
’LeMoti – 107th Part Deux (Buku Remix)’
’Valentino Khan – Deep Down Low (Original Mix)’
’Maison Cartel – The Cartel’
’Tincup x Quix x G
Rex x King Tutt – Rainy Day (Original Mix)’
’Skrillex & Diplo (Jack Ü) X Justin Bieber – Where Are Ü Now (Halogen Remix)’
’TWRK – Spring Break (feat. The Rej3ctz & Dougie F)’
’um.. – dont copy us’
’I See Stars – Murder Mitten (Dotcom Remix)’
’Aazar x Rae Sremmurd – Come Get Her’
’TroyBoi – No Substitute ft. Y.A.S’
’dabow – the last round he was going to fight’
’Pyramid Scheme and Mk Ultra – Ghost ( Trip V Festival Remix )’
’Synchronice & Kasum – Glorious (OLWIK Remix)’
’Reech – Nah Oh’
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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 137)

It’s Friday and all we want is an excessive amount of beer, drunken nights out, and some free tunes to help keep our limbs moving. After missing last weeks FPP, we just want to apologize for making you wait an entire week for the next volume to come out. Hopefully this playlist suits all your party needs.

As always, #danceirresponsibly

Until next week, ninjas.

’All Knas Everything (Trinidad James // Steve Angello)’
’FLOSSTRADAMUS – Drop Top ft. Travis Porter (Party Favor & Meaux Green Remix)’
’GodWonder – The Night’
’All About That Bass (PAZ Remix)’
’Noer the Boy – Spaceship’
’The Pack – Vans (Bleep Bloop Remix)’
’Grandtheft – Keep It 100 (Statik Link Twerk Remix)’
’Pa7y X Overload – Evolution (Original Mix)’
’Julia Lauren – Reckless (Bobby Green Remix)’
’Mr. Collipark & Dirty Audio feat. DJ Kool – Shoulders’
’Phoebe Ryan – Mine (LYNOS remix)’
’The Chainsmokers – KANYE (Instant Party! OG VIP Mix)’
’TWRK – Spring Break (feat. The Rej3ctz & Dougie F)’
’Afrojack – Take Over Control (Sweekuh Remix)’
’Lupe Fiasco x Jill Scott – Daydreamin (ANGELZ ‘g house’ Edit)’
’Reech – Attitude’
’IMLAY – Gaze (Original Mix)’
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[Melodic] Phoebe Ryan – Mine (Illenium Remix)

Phoebe Ryan
Mine (Illenium Remix)

The internet just can’t quite get enough of up and coming singer/songwriter, Phoebe Ryan, and all that resonates from her voice. We’ve been hooked on her since day one, believe it or not. Now that everyone and their mom has swooned over this pop sensation, we have been forced  to brace ourselves for the plethora of Phoebe Ryan remixes that have been slowly making their way to the surface. One such artist that never, EVER, fails at making us feel things from the bottom of our blackened hearts is Denver native and TMN favorite, Illenium. The melodic producer won us over with his most recent remix of Dawn Golden’s ‘All I Want’, and blew us into a field of purified synths and haunting melodies that continue to linger around us to this day.

Today we are excited to share with you the latest from Illenium and his take on Phoebe Ryan’s, “Mine”, and we guarantee this is perfection at its finest. From the moment you press play, you’re introduced with charming chopped vocals, beautiful piano undertones, and uplifting builds that burst with every synth stab and kick. We can’t seem to keep our fingers off the repeat button, so gear up for another elevating remix from Illenium because the melodic master will captivate you like never before. So make sure to grab your free download and soak your soul in a tub of holy water because lord knows you’ll need to cleanse yourself after hearing this gem.

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[EP Review] Rozzi Crane – Space EP

If there’s something we love in an artist, it’s creativity, passion, and heaps of talent. Sometimes we come across an artist who perfects this trifecta and soars above and beyond some of today’s leading singers/songwriters. Whenever we do find these diamonds in the rough, we know that we have just stumbled upon something incredibly rare and special.

Well ninjas, we are pretty damn sure we just found the next vocal sensation, and boy will this powerhouse make you rethink today’s contemporary definition of what it means to be ‘the next big thing’. Hailing all the way from San Francisco, Rozzi Crane and her unique vocal resonance has captured our full attention after we discovered her Space EP. The moment she opened her mouth, all was lost and we immediately became submissive to this gal’s chilling vibrato and soulful melodies. As you make your way through this 4 track EP, you will experience nothing but emotion-evoking songwriting as well as a sly cameo from Maroon 5’s, Adam Levine in their song, “Painkiller”. As much as we love this EP in its entirety, we highly suggest you pay close attention to our personal favorite, “Half The Man”, for it could easily be ranked along some of Adele’s chart-topping ballads such as “Someone Like You” or “Rolling in the Deep”. With her emotional lyricism alongside the intricate sound design, Rozzi Crane continues to blow us all away with her vocal aura. We guarantee her presence will bring solace on this rainy Monday afternoon.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 136)

It’s Friday. This shitty week is over. We think it’s time for us to drown everything in a keg full of poor decision making.

So we’ll keep things short since we’re not in the mood to write mote than 5 sentences today.


Until next week, ninjas.

’KDrew – Signals (Dirt Monkey & Mark Instinct Remix)’
’AII l D0 ls Win (Made Monster Remix) – Dj KhaIed’
’Major Lazer – Aerosol Can ft. Pharrell Williams (Instant Party! Remix)’
’BNW – Missy Madlibs’
’Dada Life – Freaks Have More Fun (Crankdat X Sevla Remix)’
’Bleep Bloop – Yep’
’EVERLAKE ✖ Kizer – Bang With The Gang’
’Party Thieves & QUIX – House Party (Zagor Remix)’
’Jayceeoh & Woogie – Drop It (ft. WE CHIEF & Da Professor)’
’Brashlee – Ecstasy’
’Mac Dre – Thizzle Dance (Sharps X GoodTimeMiller Remix)’
’Mr. Collipark & Dirty Audio feat. DJ Kool – Shoulders’
’Baewolf – Lost Boys’
’Baby Bash – Suga Suga (Point Point remix)’
’Major Lazer – All My Love (∆ trentino ∇ & Nurotic revision)’
’Skrillex & Damian Marley
’Harrier, Kyros F. & Dim Loud – MechaWar (Original Mix)’
’Echosmith – Cool Kids (Gazzo & Two Friends Remix)’
’Julia Lauren – Reckless (Bobby Green Remix)’
’Hydraulix & PhaseOne – Hit Rewind (Original Mix)’
’All About The Money (Styles&Complete Bootleg)’
’Sloth Syndrome ✖ BARENHVRD – Anthea’
’RL Grime (Ft. Boys Noize)
Danger (Rowland Evans Remix)’
’Missy Elliott – Lose Control (Club Killers Mash)’
’Dallerium – You’re Still Blind (Original Mix)’
’FAKE THE FUNK (Original)’
’Funkerman – Speed Up (Klatch Remix)’
’Cashmere Cat & DJ Mustard – Ice Rink’
’Jay Sean – Sex With The Ex (Mogul Remix)’
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