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[Pop/Soul] Notelle – Power


Nashville’s Notelle has taken the next step with her solo project by releasing her debut original record “Power.” The soulful single is a majestic chiller that shows off Notelle’s own personal style in grand fashion. She’s been featured on numerous dance records, but here she steps away into her own arena and shines brighter than ever. We are so ready to hear more from her in 2019, but for now we can enjoy “Power” over and over again. Stream it or grab a copy for your own library today.

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[Hip-Hop] Mike G – Burton

Mike G

Mike G is celebrating the holiday season in his own way with an homage to the great creative Tim Burton. Not only is the single a tribute, but it’s a launching point for Mike’s upcoming project Exile that will be coming in 2019.

“Burton” as you would imagine, is a dark, brooding single. From the start the instrumental sets the tone and Mike comes in with his cool, collected rhymes. We’ve been jamming out to this one on repeat for a while as its dreamy nature lends itself to much replay-ability. Enjoy this one and stay tuned for more content from Mike G before the end of the year is out.

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[House] Codeko – Woke Up (Chochos Remix)

Woke Up (Chochos Remix)

The California to Arizona duo Chochos has come forth with their debut release. They’ve launched with a remix of Codeko’s “Woke Up” and released it as a free download for new fans to grab if they wish.

From the start the duo establish a fun tone with some wild sounds and bustling percussion that lead us into the heat of the party. Chochos went all out for this party popping flip. It is reminiscent of the festival-centric electro house from the big room era. These two bring that sound forward to now and stamp their feet down firmly as an act to watch out for in 2019.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 308)

It’s been a bit since we’ve last met to start the weekend off right, but here we are again. Our 308th edition of the Friday Party Playlist is here at last and it does not skimp on the bass. For fans of the increasingly emerging electro sound, we’ve got plenty of hits for you. Don’t worry, we’ve got other great records from all different styles from dubstep to house as to cover all of our bases. This week we have tracks from CloZee, HVDES, Birthdayy Partyy, Gladez and so many more. Run through the lot of ’em and enjoy your weekend!

’Apashe ft. Wasiu – Majesty (CloZee Remix)’
’3Teeth – Atrophy (HVDES Remix)’
’Paramore – Misery Business (Birthdayy Partyy Remix)’
’JACKNIFE – Code Black’
’Qoiet – Float’
’Gladez – Black Friday’
’Ryan Browne – EPITAPH’
’Alan Walker – Faded (Slooze Flip)’
’Preesync – Alexa’
’Pump Up The Jam (Birthdayy Partyy Remix)’
’aUtOdiDakT & Hotcaller – I Burn’
’CYMN – Get Down’
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[Trap] Dawg – Junkyard


LA producer Dawg made the shift from producing hip hop to making in your face bass music a year back, and “Junkyard” is a freebie he’s putting out, sampling the Prodigy‘s “Smack My Bitch Up.” Festival ready, bound to get the masses going, it’s the familiarity of the sample, mixed with the depth of the bass sounds, that makes this one therapeutic.  Put your headphones, and get lost to the lower frequencies, blended with a dance music classic.

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[R&B/Pop] Phil Good – Put It All On Me

Put It All On Me

Phil Good continues his streak of catchy pop gems with the release of “Put It All On Me,” an electrifying new single that dropped a few weeks back.

Originally starting his music career off in Portland and currently residing in Los Angeles, Phil Good has been releasing music publicly for a while now and it only continues to get better. For “Put It All On Me” he puts it all on the table, holding nothing back. Yet another solid record in his catalog. If you haven’t ran through it, we suggest you do so.

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[House] Trouze – These Streets (feat. Brandyn Burnette)

These Streets (feat. Brandyn Burnette)

Singaporean production trio Trouze have been working their way up through out the dance world, collaborating with Sam Feldt, and releasing on Armada music, though it hasn’t always been easy, and it’s this journey they share on their latest, “These Streets,” in collaboration with Brandyn Burnette (aka EMAN8). The group shares:

The essence of ‘These Streets’ is about how one’s dreams and life should not be restricted by circumstances’ says Ee ‘Hence the lyrics ‘these streets will never define me’…The streets where one grew up should never constrain or hold you back.’ 

With them a being a first for an Asian act in the dance world, one can understand that looking back on the journey, and where they came from has to be an inspiring.

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