[Get Crunk x 2] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 121)

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Has it really been 2 weeks since the last Friday Party Playlist?! Geez…where does the time go these days? Well, now that we have recovered from last weekends intense blogathon, it’s time to get back in the swing of things and get you ninjas your party anthems to help carry you through these next couple of days.

Since I decided to rain check ya’ll last week, I put together a MASSIVE Friday Party Playlist that can literally last you until next week. This girl doesn’t play around, so get up, get movin’, and shake what yo mama gave you.

Until next week, we ask that you #danceirresponsibly.

Party Favor
Bap U (JEFF085)
Hydraulix & Oski vs Creaky Jackals
Grind
Hudmo
Chimes (Maxx Baer Re
Flume & Chet Faker
Drop the Game (Sweater Beats Remix)
Tame Impala
Feels Like We Only Go Backwards (IckyBob Bootleg)
Jennifer Lopez ft. Iggy Izalea
Booty (DeafMind Bootleg)
T Mass  & PatrickReza
Faith
Kito & Reija Lee
Sweet Talk (Lazerdisk Remix)
AutoLaser
Ya Comin Home (Future Fridays)
C2C
Down The Road (Beataucue Remix)
BISHU
Standby
Green Gardens (Djembas Fest Edit)
Wuki
Hot (Buku Remix)
Will Sparks & Zoolanda
Drop That (Tomsize Remix)
Losco
Drop
Oliver Heldens X Madonna
Gecko Music (TKDJS Mashup)
Artistic Raw
Miami (Havok Roth & HLTR$KLTR Remix)
Dillon Francis & Dj Snake
Get Low (The Rebirth In Paris)
FREAK
Mr. Carmack
terra instro
Woolymammoth
CULT
Revolvr & Genisis Ft Splitbreed
Unstoppable (Aero Chord Remix)
Justice
Phantom (Our Time Remix)
Nelly Furtado x Timbaland
Promiscuous (Dr. Fresch Remix)
Future
Covered In Money (GVME OVER Bootleg)
JayCeeOh And Woogie
2THAWALL (Original Mix)
Migos
Fight Night (Lambo Remix)
Round2Crew
Booty Had Me Like (Club Killers Remix)
Derek Rhodes x Reid Stefan x Juicy J
AlleyOop
Aquadrop
Changes
Valentino Khan feat. DJ Kool
Make Some Noise
BnW
I Dont Like It
Sikdope Ft. Ash Riser
Never Wanna Leave (Ash Riser VIP)
Tear Rambo Up (Koyote Edit) Alesso // Deorro // J
Trick
Long Shot (Cash Cash X Clean Bandit X The Chainsmokers)
Magic! & Zedd
Rude (Instant Party! Remix)
Ellie Goulding
Beating Heart (Steve James Remix)
Charli XCX
Break The Rules (Sava&Razz Remix)
Route 94
My Love feat. Jess Glynne (Young Bombs Remix
Clean Bandit
Rather Be (Modern Machines Remix)
SomeKindaWonderful
Reverse (Special Features Remix)
Parliament
Flash Light (Slynk Remix)
Edward Maya
Stereo Love (Kings Remix)
Young Franco Ft Joy
Close 2 U (Benson Remix)
ALT
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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 9/18 – 9/20

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Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over the past year. We know you’ve have some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:

- Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
- Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)

That’s it! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Head to Beta and see for yourself.

Cedric Gervais - Sept 18
Missing You ft. Rooty

Pegboard Nerds - Sept 19
Pegboard Nerds
BADBOI

DJ Jazzy Jeff - Sept 20
Play Dat! DJ Jazzy Jeff featuring Dayne Jordan
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Get To Know: Habstrakt & Megalodon [TMN Exclusive Interview]

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Seeing as they had a brand new, four-track dubstep extravaganza out this week via Never Say Die Records, we decided to get the lowdown on how Habstrakt and Megalodon created “The Storm”. The pair, who usually work as solo producers and DJs last worked together for a track on Megalodon’s “Boom” EP, and clearly something sounded right. This time around, it’s a collection of heavy impact, sample-filled pieces of 140 bpm madness. Check out what the duo had to say about their creative processes.

TMN: What have you both been up to as of recent? 

Habstrakt: Touring Australia and New Zealand at the moment, it’s absolutely amazing so far. I had to wake up in the middle of the night to witness the release going live and see the fans react to it! Before that, I spent the summer in studio working on loads of new tunes, and already wrapping up the next EP as we speak.

Megalodon: I’ve just got back from a tour in the States and now catching some of the festival season here in Europe. It’s always fun to enjoy Europe before it gets back to being cold and dreary! As for studio work, I’m constantly working on sound design and concepts, which for a picky person like me may take a good amount of time sometimes.

TMN: You joined forces back in 2013 with “40 Cows”. How did you originally hook up for that track?

H: Sinjin (Megalodon) was touring France and had a few days off, so I offered him to come over to my place so we could finally meet after years and years of talking on the internet. We made “40 Cows” in one session; it only took an afternoon to write it down, which was probably the fastest studio session I’ve ever had!

TMN: What has the writing process been like for “The Storm” EP, any funny studio stories? 

H: Well, “Yabba Dabs” was written on Sinjin’s sofa in The Netherlands, we didn’t have speakers and did most of it on laptop speakers or with crappy headphones – coming back home to mix it down was painful, aha! Once again, we wrote all the tracks within a few days, but then obviously mixing it down took us a bit longer! The recipe for the album was pretty simple:  funny samples, 8 bit melodies, aggressive drops and a good dose of that sofa laziness we all crave.

TMN: You both work with Never Say Die on the regular, what is it like to work with SKisM and the crew?

M: Well I gotta say, from the moment I started working with them I noticed a big difference in drive and overall work ethic from them – more than anything I had experienced before. Put aside the fact that SKisM and the crew run an immensely tight ship, they also have always been on point when it comes to delivering quality and ground breaking dubstep to a bigger audience. I know Habby feels the same when I say SKisM is a huge influence as a producer and a pioneer in the game… it’s an honour to be apart of the team!

H: The Never Say Die crew is a very strong team with loads of people involved full-time with running the label, it’s very encouraging to work with such a team. SKisM has always been a mentor to me, even getting me back on the road when I was drifting away. The man is driven by a strong vision of both his label and the bass music scene in general, and it’s a real pleasure to work with someone who’s entirely devoted into pushing his artists as far as possible. Plus he calls me every night to sing me lullabies so I can sleep and he owns a suit made of £ notes, what else can I say!

TMN: What do you both have planned for the future? Any chance of more tracks from the pair of you?

M: Basically the same thing I’ve been doing since the start really. Making music and performing it is my passion and I hope to continue doing so for as long as I can. As for working again with Habstrakt, I think it would be foolish not to. I guess we will see what happens next!

H: It looks like I’m gonna be on the road a lot over the next few months, gigs are piling up and upcoming tours looks really exciting! Lucky for me, I’ve learned how to work far away from my studio and I can keep up with the production while playing shows all over the world.  And yes, you will definitely hear more Habstrakt & Megalodon collabs in the future, we’ve got such a nice thing rolling, I don’t see any reason why we would stop!

Pick up a copy of “The Storm” EP here. 

 

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[Electronic] Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence (Datsik Remix)

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Ultraviolence (Datsik Remix)

It’s no secret that Lana Del Rey‘s film noir-esque voice lends itself wonderfully to the electronic remix. Dubstep veteran, Datsikis the latest producer to reimagine Lana with his take on the title track from her latest album, UltraviolenceRather than completely change the vibe, Datsik adds a layer of heavy bass amplifying the somber feel and creating a wobbly masterpiece in the process. This one’s the perfect catalyst to kick off your Friday shenanigans.

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[Chill-Step/Melodic Trap] Jacuzzi – Curtain Call (P A T H Remix)

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CURTAIN CALL (P A T H REMIX)

16 year old bass sensation P A T H has returned to TMN with another well thought out, groovy and glitched remix; this time of Jacuzzi’s “Curtain Call”. Coming off of an impressive and completely innovative rendition of Kimbra’s pop smash “Settle Down”, the Vermont native turns in another tune with a sound you would think to be beyond his years. An air of euphoria fills the tune from its onset of muted pads down to the first breath of dreamy string arrangements, and we just couldn’t seem to wrap our heads around its subtle intricacies with just one listen. Which is why it’s been on repeat at this writer’s desk for about twenty minutes now. And sticking to his altruistic record with his music, P A T H is giving this one away for free on FB here. Hop to it, slink back and let this one ride loud on a real set of monitors.

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[Tour Preview] FIGURE – Terrorvision Tour

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If there are two things we know for sure about artist FIGURE, it would be that one, he makes insane, loud, bass-thumping tunes and two, he has an enormous love for all things horror related from movies to television shows to music. With his latest tour “Terrorvision”, FIGURE is taking both of these loves and combining them to produce a massively unique way to enjoy his music. On the upcoming tour, FIGURE said:

“Terrorvision has been a concept I’ve been putting together for some time now, something I thought would go really well with my annual Monsters series.

I wanted to create the ability to compile tons of custom edited clips the same way I have compiled tons of music for my sets over the years. I’m a horror buff and I’ve amassed an extensive collection of classic shock theatre and obscure films which is definitely an inspiration for the visual direction on this tour.

Through partnering with Rane/Serato and using their hardware I now have the ability to map these custom visuals to my music on the fly, adding a brand new element to my live show. Many artists look at visuals as a way to simply customize the blank slates of wall behind them. WithTerrorvision it’s another dimension of my music. An intense visual backdrop giving my fans a window into where i draw inspiration; my vision as a producer, coming together on stage where the visuals brings it all to life.”

You won’t want to miss out on this experience so make sure to grab tickets when they go on sale September 12th. Get a little sneak peek below to see what you can expect for this terrifying tour.

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I See MONSTAS – Circles (Mat Zo Remix) [TMN PREMIERE]

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Circles (Mat Zo Remix)

First things first – make sure to prepare you ears for the unexpected because they may or may not experience a euphoric pain with the latest Mat Zo remix of I See MONSTAS beautiful DnB track, “Circles”. Last month, “Circles” made its way across our newsfeed and we plunged into a vicious cycle of conflicting emotions that made us run from the feels and straight to the Kleenex box. Now that we have experienced the tear-jerking wonders of the original, it’s time to unleash a grimey new rendition from one of dance musics most profound producers, Mat Zo.

Mat Zo is notorious for his eclectic style of production; whether it be his charming global heart-melting track with Porter Robinson, “Easy”, or his funky electro-house anthem, “Pyramid”, Mat Zo has certainly made a point to his listeners that he is not one to succumb to pigeon-holing himself to one distinct sound. Instead he just plays with whatever he wants and Zo-ifies (new word) it up until it has that signature MZ vibe we all are familiar with. Well ninjas, Mat Zo is back with another genre-pusher in his latest remix of “Circles” and gives us another reason why he is the master at keeping us on our toes. Loaded with heavy elements of dubstep and DnB, Zo throws us an aggressive (and elegant) curveball full of grimey, filthy breakdowns interwtined with a certain delicateness to balance out the flow of the track. After a few listens through this unexpected anthem, it became apparent to us that Zo understands that there is a certain beauty found within chaos, and this remix evidently shows his artistic ability to make us feel mental in a state of complete sanity.

Make sure to peep the original video of “Circles” by I See MONSTAS and cry your eyes out- take this as a warning because you will feel a lot of intense emotions after watching this. Look at this way, it’s Monday, so now you have an excuse to tell your boss why you’re crying like a baby who hasn’t had an afternoon nap yet.

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