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SXSW 2015 – Must See Acts [TMN EDITOR'S PICKS]

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Portable charger? Check. Craftily packed suitcases? Check. Showcase RSVPs sent? Check. Yep, ninjas. We’re ready to head out to SXSW next week. We can’t believe it’s finally here, but it is. It’s time to charge down to Austin to wander the streets seeing band after band, DJ after DJ. As you’ve come to know from following this site for so many years, each of our editors has a unique set of musical tastes. Sometimes we all have picks in the middle of our colective Venn Diagrams, but, for the most part, we all lean our different ways. With that in mind, we wanted to highlight the must-see acts from each ninja. So, bust out your pen and notepad. You’ll want to write these down.
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Daniel Wilson

This artist popped onto our radar with the undeniable charm of “If You Went Away.” His vocals are somewhat unrefined, which definitely adds to the appeal. We’ve only heard a few tunes, and the whole time, we’ve been wondering – what does his live show sound like? We’ll find out soon.

If You Went Away

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CRUISR

If you’re looking for a raucous indie rock show that’s sure to be full of energy, catchy pop hooks, and the unavoidable need to dance, then CRUISR will be a show not to miss. These cats have a knack for engaging pop-driven indie, and we’re positive it will translate into a live performance with ease.

CRUISR
Go For It

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ELEL

This eclectic Nashville act promises to deliver plenty of on-stage intrigue, given the amount of instrumentation that goes into their “world pop” arrangements. Their vocal arrangements are extremely original as well, which should be interesting when translated into a live show.

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Jack Garratt

This has got to be one of our favorite artists as of late. Undeniably unique, unpredictable, and unconventional, this vocalist always dazzles with his impeccable range, and intricate soundscapes. If there is one artist that I personally “can’t miss,” it’s Jack Garratt.

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Jeremy Loops

What would Texas be without some beer-drinkin’, whiskey-shootin’, shit-kickin’, dusty-floor-dancin’ tunes? This infectious folk artist embodies those long-lasting memorable moments with a few friends, some cold drinks, and some frivolous dancing. He encapsulates Americana in pop-centric folk rock, and he does so from all the way down in South Africa.

Skinny Blues

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JP Cooper

We had the pleasure of interviewing this young Manchester-based vocalist a few months back, and we have to say, we’re overwhelmingly excited to catch his live show. In fact, if there’s a “must see” show based on vocal finesse, it would be this one. His tone, range, and dexterity is something that we just can’t pass up.

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Library Voices

We’ve been hip to this act for quite some time, falling enamored with their highly contagious tune, “Drinking Games.” Part of our adoration came some of their projects with Red Brick Song’s Casablanca sessions, which our the best collaborations the indie scene has seen in the past few years.

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If Raymond Carver Were Born In The 90s

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ASTR

After playing our raucous ‘TMN PResents’ party in Denver in late 2014, ASTR has continually set the bar higher on already engaging live sets. After 2014′s incredible ‘Varsity’ EP, we’re hoping 2015 sees a proper album from the New York alt-poppers.

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Operate

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Fred Falke

A man within the confines of dance music needing no real introduction, Fred Falke’s ‘French-Touch’ and disco inflected house records have been a staple of countless critics, artists and fans alike for nearly two decades. Any chance to see The Fred at such an incredible festival is a must.

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Bad Blood (Fred Falke Remix)

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Hundred Waters

The only non-dance affiliated act on Skrillex’s OWSLA Records, Hundred Waters crafts a stripped down brand of avant-garde pop stylings. Their live sets are as engaging as they are melodic and tasteful. If you haven’t yet, pick up their sophomore LP, ‘The Moon Rang Like a Bell’.

Show Me Love

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George Maple

George Maple is an iconic vocalist reining from none other than the homeland of pure talent – Australia. After having collaborated with the likes of Flume, the Future Classic artist is well on her way of becoming a global sensation. George Maple, the harmonious goddess, is making her way out to this years SXSW and we guarantee she is one not to miss.

Vacant Space

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Hudson Mowhake

The big name at Numbers never fails to impress with his tunes. Having been involved with Yeezus, being half of the former power duo TNGHT with Lunice, and just killing it all around, HudMo’s influence and discography knows no bounds. He continues to tear it up with every release and always puts on a great show.

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Chimes (Official)

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Leon Bridges

Leon is the second coming of 50′s soul. His style is a mix of Marvin Gaye and Sam Cooke that epitomizes emotion in the always growing realm of singer-songwriters. “Coming Home” is a landmark single and his album is on the way. If you’re looking for an old school vibe, Leon is your man.

Coming Home

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BØRNS

Here’s someone muddying the lines between electronic rock and folk in his own unique and refreshing fashion. His recent EP, Candy, is a must hear if you haven’t caught it already. This LA native is poised for a strong rest of the year and will be a perfect fit for the SXSW community.

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Sweater Beats

HW&W & Symbol’s very own Sweater Beats is making his SXSW appearance this year and needless to say, this is a monumental step for the young producer. The forward-thinking artist has been soaring over the industry and this year will only be more promising for his career. If you’re headed to SXSW this year, make sure to catch Sweater Beats – but leave your sweater at home because it’ll be too hot to handle.

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Drop the Game (Sweater Beats Remix)

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Beacon

Brooklyn duo, Beacon, is undoubtedly one of the most underrated artists in today’s music world. I was foruntate enough to catch them last year on tour with Tycho and words do not do their live set or music any justice. Their eloquent way of storytelling is exemplified in their intricate sound designs along with moving melodies and touching synths. If you want an ambient, yet tranformational experience, Beacon is definitely one not to miss.

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Bring You Back

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Little Simz

Being both a female and a UK native, Little Simz is a minority in the hip-hop realm, but please don’t underestimate her. Able to hold her own with any emcee out there, Simz first impressed us with her E.D.G.E EP last summer. Since then, she’s followed that project with multiple mixtape releas, proving that Simz has an unparalleled work ethic. The girl definitely has bars, and we’re excited to see what she brings to the table when she comes stateside for her performance at SXSW.

It Aint Safe (Freestyle)

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Torey Lanez

A true triple threat, Tory Lanez never ceases to amaze us with his many talents. As one of the brightest acts emerging from the Toronto music scene, Tory made waves with his Lost Cause mixtape last fall. The consummate entertainer, Tory’s show promises to be a memorable one, as the emcee exudes a natural charisma that draws the audience in from start to finish. Expect him to crowd surf a minimum of five times, as the Canadian strives to have as much fun as possible every night.

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Dímelo #songsfromscratch

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Trippy Turtle

Making a name for himself last year with his quirky, uptempo, R&B insprired remixes, Trippy Turtle has undeniably become the face of Jersey Club music. Armed with an uncanny sense of humor and some high energy, bed-spring infused productions, Trippy’s showcase promises to be a blast, and we expect you’ll be struggling to catch your breath when it’s all said and done. Eee…Err Eee…Err Eee…Err FOFOFADI!

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Trippys Theme

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Mick Jenkins

Mick Jenkins is a Chicago emcee who combines some serious jazzy vibes with an intelligent lyricism matched by few other up ‘n coming rapers. In many ways, his style transcends the current trends in hip-hop without sacrificing dope, forward-thinking production. Mick promises to be an enlightening, laid-back and smooth performance–if you haven’t already check out his mixtape The Waters to prepare.

Jazz (Prod. by OnGaud)

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Jay Prince

Jay Prince is a UK-based, Soulection-affiliated rapper and vocalist who made waves with his debut project, BeFOR Our Time. Prince’s music has a distinct soulfulness to it that when combined with instrumentals from producers like IAMNOBODI, who will also be at SXSW, creates a sunny, nuanced aesthetic. Jay Prince is definitely an artist on the up ‘n up who will be awesome to see perform this early in his career.

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Haywyre

It’s crazy to think that there are people who still question the legitimacy of electronic artists as musicians. Vancouver producer Haywyre is just one of many to disprove the closed-minded with lush, complex sonic arrangements and a clear understanding of musical composition. His performance promises to showcase impressive skills on both the keyboard and controller but, more importantly, should be a huge dance party.

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All We Need (Haywyre Remix)

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Kaytranada

Another member of the Huh, What & Where collective, Kaytranada has been pioneering the future R&B/soul movement for years now and it’s been paying off in big ways. He’s been pictured recently with Rick Rubin and has created countless hits with an array of artists. His live sets are soulful, funky and ubeat making him likely one of the funnest DJ sets you’ll find at SXSW.

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Wrote A Song About You (Kaytranada Edition)

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2015 International Women’s Day Playlist

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In honor of International Women’s Day, we’ve spent the afternoon compiling tunes from some of our favorite musical women. We looked into all of our usual genres – indie rock, hip hop, RnB, pop – and did our best to shine some light on the industry’s best and brightest.

The lines blur from genre to genre at times, and the definition of a “female musician” does as well. Some bands have male members. Some women are covering a song from a male artist. At the end of the day though, we tried our best to showcase acts that have a heavy female influence in their art.

So, sit back, relax, and take some time to appreciate some of the best work from women musicians around the globe.

INDIE ROCK / POP

Feist
How Come You Never Go There
Breakfast
Boris
Gordi
Taken Blame
Tei Shi
See Me
Regina Spektor
Small Town Moon
Cat Power
Sea Of Love
MEG MAC
Roll Up Your Sleeves

Say Youll Be There
Ryn Weaver
OctaHate
The Narcoleptic Dancers
Again And Again
Courtney Barnett
Avant Gardener
Daughter
Landfill
Gnarls Barkley
Crazy (Cover) by Daniela Andrade
Lauren Aquilina
Sex (The 1975 Cover)
Grace Mitchell
Runaway
Black Honey
Madonna
Lyla Foi
Shoestring
Owl Eyes
Something About Us (Daft Punk Cover)
Luluc
Small Window
Bets
Rooftop Lover
Husky Rescue
Deep Forest Green
Laura Welsh
Here For You
Marika Hackman
Animal Fear
London Grammar
Sights
Little Joy
Unattainable
Birdy
Skinny Love
Julia Stone
Youre The One That I Want
The Staves
The Motherlode
Noosa
Sail
Zella Day
Compass
Mapei
Dont Wait
Chelsea Lankes
GHOST
Janelle Kroll
Sunny Days
Catey Shaw
Human Contact (Original Mix)
Lucy Rose
Our Eyes
Jose Vanders
Blue Notes
Maiday
Wish Youd Met Me First
Lily Allen
I Dont Mind Babe (gknew1)
Gabrielle Aplin
Let Me In
Kawehi
Anthem
Sylvan Esso
Coffee
Phoebe Ryan
Mine
XYLO
America
Mr. Little Jeans
The Suburbs
Naomi Pilgrim
Its All Good
Broods
Bridges
EVVY
Collide
Little Daylight
My Life
ACRE TARN
Dawn Faces
MS MR
Hurricane
MarzXLeon
L O N E R
Rae Morris
Under The Shadows
HAIM
The Wire
Yellow Flicker Beat
Lorde
BANKS
GODDESS
Ellie Goulding
Tessellate (Alt
FKA Twigs
Two Weeks
Lana Del Rey
West Coast
Shura
Touch
Jessie Ware
Tough Love
Lykke Li
Gunshot
Florence and the Machine
What Kind of Man (Radio Edit)
Little Dragon
Klapp Klapp

 

DANCE

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Super Moon
Kimbra
Miracle
AlunaGeorge
Supernatural
Phantogram
Fall In Love
Purity Ring
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Mark Johns
5 South (Prod. Alexander Lewis) Ft. Brasstracks
Alison Wonderland
Lies
DABIN
Endlessly feat. Anna Yvette
Anna Lunoe
Say It Again (Nina Las Vegas & Swick Remix)
dOP
Close Up (Louisahhh!!! Remix)
Polar Youth
Bae
Jessie Ware
Keep On Lying (TOKiMONSTA Remix)
Anna Lunoe Ft Jesse Boykins III
Heartbreak In Motion
Karin Park & Pandora Drive
Hurricane (Maya Jane Coles Remix)
REZZ
Black Energy (Original Mix)
Lupe Fuentes
Gotta Keep Holding On
Kittens
Tell Me How U Feel
Fei Fei
Born
HELENA
Raven (Original Mix)
Armin van Buuren
Ping Pong (Dani Deahl Remix)

 

R&B / HIP HOP

Kali Uchis
Call Me
Jhene Aiko
The Pressure
Kehlani
FWU (Prod. by Swagg Rcelious)
RAYE
FLOWERS
SZA
Julia (Prod. Felix Snow & Dave Free)
Snakeships
Gone (Feat. Syd)
Cyril Hahn
Slow ft. Rochelle Jordan
Rubee Rayne
DSYLM (Dont Say You Love Me)
Venessa Michaels
 Touch Me ft. Kiana Brown
Cashmere Cat
Adore feat. Ariana Grande
Rapsody
Lonely Thoughts Ft. Chance The Rapper & Big K.R.I.T.
Selah Sue
Together (Feat. Childish Gambino)
George Maple
Where You End And I Begin Feat. Grande Marshall
Nylo
Fool Me Once
Little Sims
Enter The Void (Prod. Balistiq)
Vanessa Elisha
Ocean (Prod. By J Louis)
Alina Baraz & Galimatias
Fantasy
DeJ Loaf
Try Me (prod.by DDS)
Tinashe
Pretend featuring A$AP Rocky
Kiesza
Bad Thing Feat. Joey Bada$$
Marian Hill
Lips
Cathedrals
Want My Love
Jeni Suk
Dont Let Me Down (feat. IamSu & AR 2)
Niykee Heaton
Bad Intentions
LIZ
Y2K (Prod. by Lido)
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Best of 2014 – TMN Editors’ Picks

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2014 is finally drawing to a close, meaning it’s time to look back on the year that was. As music bloggers, most of our reflection is done through music. This year we’ve decided to bypass the obligatory rankings and lists that lead to inevitable disagreement and argument. Instead, four of our most noble editors took upon the task of arbitrarily selecting their favorites from the past twelve months and decided to share their picks with all of you. Think of it as one final gift from us for your continued support throughout 2014. We hope you enjoy the massive playlists we have below, and wish you a Happy New Years!
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[News] Cadence & Cause – Beta Rollout

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You might be stopping and asking yourself, “did I just read that correctly? Is The Music Ninja posting a news item?” You’re correct in your second-guessing, as we rarely post anything but music, interviews, or show reviews. However, this new music platform is something that we believe strongly in. You may have caught wind that one of our co-founders has a new site on the horizon, which is entirely true. While he will still be a part of TMN, Clayton Warwick has plans to unroll a new music platform different than anything we’ve seen.

Cadence & Cause is a new website which connects musicians and their fans to worthy causes. Think of it as a combination between a music streaming service, a fundraising site, and kickstarter, all designed to create much needed revenue for worthy causes.

While we can’t go too far into what this site will entail, we can assure you that there are already large artists on board. It’s being revered as something incredibly positive for the industry, and we’re happy to be on board to support it.

Below, we have an exclusive VIP code that will get you onto our guest list for the beta rollout. This means that you will be able to get into the site before anyone in the GA line, and get the earliest access to some really unique opportunities from some amazing artists.

Click here, then enter your email address and the code below in the VIP side of the landing page.

Code: CadenceTMN

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[Hip-Hop] Black Friday Mixtape Roundup (Free Downloads)

TMN Black Friday Mixtape Roundup

Black Friday is fucking weird, let’s just be honest. A day after showing “thanks” to their families, millions of Americans migrate to their local WalMart to fight over gifts their kids will forget about after a week. One great thing that does come from Black Friday every year, though, is a slew of new mixtapes from emcees who see the holiday as a perfect time to give their fans some free music. To help you ninjas navigate the countless releases, we’ve rounded up our 4 favorite mixtapes from Black Friday below. No waiting in line, no fatal fist fights over the latest version of FIFA, no stuffy, smelly crowds and, best of all, everything is free. Just scroll away, preview some tracks, read our thoughts and hit the Download button if you’re feeling it.  Continue reading

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[MEGA SUMMER 2014] Vol 4: EDM Playlist

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For as long as it took to get here, summer sure did pass us by in a hurry. It seems like it was just yesterday that we were charging around the Polo Fields in the dessert, talking about how great it was that our favorite season was just around the corner.

While all good things must eventually come to an end, we’ve forever immortilized this summer’s releases through our Mega Summer Playlist series, previously covering Indie Rock/Folk, Hip Hop, and Alternative. With our fourth and final playlist, we’re offering up over 150 songs of dance greatness. From deep house to trap, this playlist is sure to keep the party going for hours on end.

Lane 8 feat. Bipolar Sunshine
I Got What You Need (Every Night)
Best Day Of My Life (Just A Gent Remix)
American Authors
Mat Zo ft The Knocks
Get Down 2 Get Up
Peking Duk
High ft. Nicole Millar (Yahtzel Remix)
Full Crate x Mar
Man x Woman
Pharrell
Number One (ft Kanye West) (Allure Remix)
Morgan Page
In The Air (SNBRN Remix)
Phoenix
Trying To Be Cool (Allure Remix)
Pharrell Williams
Happy (NEUS Remix)
Harder (Star Slinger Remix)
No Doubt
Hella Good (Dr. Freschs Summer Revival Remix)
Jealous (Dillon Francis Remix)
Pompeii
Bastille (Audien Remix)
Adventure Club
Wonder Ft. The Kite String Tangle (Louis The Child Remix)
Daft Punk
Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (Dillon Francis Remix)
Mat Zo
Oldskool Trip
Dido
Thank You (Goshfather & Jinco Ed&tion)
Zircon
Augment
Mat Zo
Time On Your Side (Ft. Janai)
Lakim
A Pimp Named Slickback
Sevyn Streeter Ft. Chris Brown
It Wont Stop (Manila Killa & Hunt For the Breeze Remix)
Hermitude x Flume
Hyperparadise (GANZ Flip)
Mariah Carey
Youre Mine (Hunt for the Breeze x Manila Killa Edit)
Milo Mills & Noï
War Of Roses
Tell Me
RL Grime & What So Not
Infinite Daps
Baauer & RL Grime
Because of U
RL Grime
Jose Gonzalez
Step Out (The Chainsmokers Remix)
Adventure Club
Wonder (The Chainsmokers Remix)
Calvin Harris
Summer (Extended)
Duck Sauce
NRG (Radio Edit)
Kanye West
Good Life (Party Ghost Remix)
The Night Is Young (ft. Cherub)
Lana Del Rey
Summertime Sadness (Hotel Garuda Remix)
Pharrell
Gust Of Wind (ft Daft Punk)(Autograf Remix)
3LAU How You Love Me Feat. Bright Lights (Prince Fox Remix)
Gorillaz
Feel Good Inc. (Matt Dash Remix)
Take It Slow (Com Truise Remix)
Diplo & ETC!ETC!
Diplos Theme (feat. Fly Boy Keno)
Max Elto
Shadow Of The Sun (Adventure Club Remix)
Zak Waters ft. Codi Caraco
Out Of My Head (Jaz Von D Remix)
Calvin Harris
C.U.B.A
Diplo
Revolution (Danny Diggz Remix feat. Faustix & Imanos And Kai)
So Butterfly (2014 Version)
Cage The Elephant
Take It Or Leave It (Nebbra Remix)
Ellie Goulding
Burn (Gryffin Remix)
Usher
Good Kisser (Disclosure Remix)
Iggy Azalea Fancy (Milk N Cookies Remix)
Dilorean
Reality (Original Mix)
Carousel
My New Friend (Avenue Remix)
Cant Do Without You
Kappa Kavi
Dinosaur Bass (ConRank Remix)
Dada Life
Born To Rage (Feat. Sebastian Bach)
Sunshower
Clang
Zeds Dead
Blink (feat. Perry Farrell)
Porter Robinson
Sad Machine (Anamanaguchi Remix)
Raptor
The Magician : Sunlight feat. Years & Years (Extended mix)
Paces
Cant Touch Me Feat. Madeline Vida
Drowning (Lido Remix)
Saint Pepsi
Fiona Coyne (Maxo Yo
Changing Me (feat. Sean Michael Murray)
Point Point
Morning BJ
Point Point
Life In Grey
Felix Jaehn
Shine (feat. Freddy Verano & Linying)
Matoma & Nelsaan
Free Fallin Tropical Mojito Remix (John Mayer Tribute)
Parkinson White & Kyle Cook
Temple
Miss U So Bad
SaneBeats
To The Beach
Bastille
Bad Blood (Lido Remix)
Cazzette
Sleepless (Oliver Nelson Remix)
Miami Horror
Real Slow (Alex Young Remix)
Cassie
Me & U (Glen Check Summer Remix)
Lexxmatiq
Move It
ZHU
Faded (ODESZA Remix)
Branchez
Truth
The Aston Shuffle ft. Elizabeth Rose
Back & Forth (Nora En Pure Remix) OUT NOW!
Televisor
Neon
Golden Coast
Break My Fall (Rainer + Grimm Remix)
Dawn Golden
Last Train (Daktyl Remix)
Empia
My Own
Talk Too Much (Kilter Remix)
Best I Ever Had
Alison Wonderland
I Want U (GANZ Flip)
Tiësto
Ten Seconds Before Sunrise (Matt Dash & Mike Bugout Bootleg)
Naxsy
Strand (Original Mix)
Boaz van de Beatz
No Way Home (feat. Mr. Polska & Ronnie Flex)
SNBRN
California ft. Kaleena Zanders (Summer Mix)
After The Dance
Tittsworth Feat. Q
Sander Van Doorn & Firebeatz
Guitar Track (Sam Feldt Remix)
Hervé & Zebra Katz
Tear The House Up (Faustix Remix)
Kylie Minogue
Into The Blue (Mandeh Remix)
Kid Astray
Taking You With Me (Alizzz Remix)
Cazzette
Sleepless (Shaun Frank Club Cover)
Ahzee
Poison
Chet Faker
Gold (Memorecks Remix)
Janet Jackson
Cant B Good (Allure Remix)
Skrillex & Kill The Noise Feat. Fatman Scoop and Michael Angelakos
Recess (Milo & Otis Remix)
CLMD Ft Sirena
Wild Men (Ookay Bootleg)
No Price (feat. Chromeo & Al
P)
Le Youth
Feel Your Love (Zac Samuel Remix)
Kanye West
Bound 2 (The Rooftop Boys Remix)
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Rainbows And Skunks
Mausi
My Friend Has A Swimming Pool (Star Slinger Remix)
The Knocks
Comfortable Ft. X Ambassadors (Solidisco Remix)
Drop (Long Beach)
Yellowcard
Ocean Avenue (Kasum Remix)
ODESZA
Sun Models (feat. Madelyn Grant)
Magic Man
Paris (Louis The Child Remix)
Empire Of The Sun
Walking On A Dream (Louis The Child Remix)
Hide & Seek Ft. Audien (White Panda Edit)

Dont Wanna Dance (Goldroom Remix)
Lemaitre
Wait feat. LOLO
Destinys Child
Say My Name (Cosmos Midnight Bootleg)
Sensual Seduction (Alizzz x Promnite Remix)
A. G. Cook
Beautiful
Tomas Barfod – Busy Baby Feat. Nina K (Oliver Nelson Remix)
Sky Ferreira
Youre Not The One (Blood Diamonds Remix)
Go ft. Blood Diamonds
Never Say Never feat. ETML
Porter Robinson
Flicker
Hudson Mohawke
King Kong Beaver
Pixie Lott
Lay Me Down (Cold Magnet Remix)
Latch (BiPolar Theory Bootleg)
Stevie Wonder
Superstition (C2C Remix)
Happy Chords
Sunshine
Craig David
Cold (The White N3rd Remix)
Autograf
One (Cover)
Sleepwalking (Just A Gent Remix)
The Chain Gang Of 1974
Nico & Vinz
Am I Wrong (Win & Woo Remix)
Route 94
My Love (Henry Krinkle Edit)
VesperTown
Fancy
The Weeknd
Often (Free n Losh Remix)
Matthew And The Atlas
Pale Sun Rose (TEEMID & FDVM Remix)
Naughty Boy ft. Sam Smith
La La La (GAMPER & DADONI feat. DNKR Remix)
Uma (Jenaux Remix)
Mike Posner
Please Dont Go (kuma remix)
Hwood
No Good Without You (LAKIMs Thuggish Edit)
Dillon Francis + Sultan & Ned Shepard
When We Were Young Feat. The Chain Gang Of 1974
GOLD ft. Yuna (Minnesota Remix)
FLOSSTRADAMUS
TTU (TOO TURNT UP) FEAT. WAKA FLOCKA FLAME
Cash Cash
Lightning feat. John Rzeznik (Extended Mix)
Dido
White Flag (Collin McLoughlin Remix)
20syl
C.Y.D.T.T (Can You Dance To This !?) #CYDTT
Back & Forth (Just A Gent Remix)
The Aston Shuffle
WKND
DAYS OF HAPPINESS
Lorde
Team (Elephante Remix)
Jonas Rathsman
Bringing You Down
Disclosure
Latch (SteLouse & Curious Kontrol Flip)
Florence + The Machine
Youve Got The Love (Dennis Kruissen Remix)
Above & Beyond Vs. Hansel Thorn
A Thing Called Standing Love (shreys Edit)
Karin Park
Shine (Nebbra Remix)
Kungs feat. MBP Official
Money On My Mind (Vocals by Molly) // Sam Smith Cover
XXYYXX
Zygote
Lenno & Zak Waters
Show More Love (Bestrack Remix)
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[Event Review] Two Nights of Slow Magic

Slow Magic at The Independent in SF. Photo cred: Justin Yee (@yeesus)

Slow Magic at The Independent in San Francisco. Photo cred: Justin Yee (IG: @yeesus)

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Brazil (Slow Magic Remix)

In support of his stellar new album, Slow Magic launched the How to Run Away tour last week with over 20 U.S. dates scheduled between now and mid-October. Two of our ninjas had the pleasure of covering a couple of the tour’s earliest stops and were both blown away by the energy of the performance. Read each of their accounts below and check out the mysterious producer’s upcoming tour dates here. In case you missed it, you can also read our recent interview with Slow Magic here. Continue reading

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