[Dubstep] Illenium – Fractures (Trivecta Remix)

’Illenium – Fractures (Trivecta Remix)’

There’s been a very well deserved commotion behind producer, Illenium, his melodic sound puts you into a day dream state you never want to leave and the emotion behind his productions evokes even the most distant memories. What’s just as impressive is the talent that has taken on his tracks for official remixes and today we’re talking about Trivecta’s “Fractures” remix.

Trivecta does an excellent job with keeping the emotionally filled melodic sound that Illenium originally created with this track, but inducing us into a climactic build that drops into a synth laden edit and turns up the percussion for an up beat chorus that melds the two artist’s talents together seamlessly.

Alongside the remix teased in Illenium’s EDC recap which you can purchase or stream here, Colorado based Nick Miller has announced phase one of his Awake Tour. Fans can catch Illenium live all across the United States starting in Denver in November, heading through stadiums from San Francisco to Chicago. With amazing performances at EDC and recently Electric Forest, which we got to witness ourselves, we can guarantee there will be nothing disappointing about this tour. Check out the first stops below and purchase tickets for the tour here.

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Emma Jensen – Closer – (Rytmeklubben Remix) [TMN Premiere]

Closer
(Rytmeklubben Remix)

Emma Jensen‘s single “Closer” is closing in on five million streams on Spotify alone. As the track continues to grow, we’ve got a little something special to give you in honor of the original’s success. Today we premiere an official remix by Rytmeklubben of her smash hit.

“Closer” in its new form is an ethereal slow jam that makes heavy use of Emma’s vocal, which serves to be a strong point for the track. Instead of trying to overshadow her performance, the Norwegian group played off of her to the best of their ability with the result being an extraordinary flip. Released on Majestic Causual, this remix has all the ingredients to be a big hit just like the original. Enjoy your exclusive first listen today in the dojo.

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[R&B/Soul] Gromo – Reaction (feat. Breana Marin)

Gromo
Reaction (feat. Breana Marin)

“Reaction” by Gromo is one beautiful song. With the help of singer Breana Marin, Gromo a soulful R&B meets electronic record that will soar to the top of your playlists and stay there the rest of the year. It’s that good.

Gromo has a radio hit on his hands, it’s just a matter of seeing it through to the airwaves. Now when we say it’s radio-ready, we don’t mean it’s a “for the masses” type of song with no heart, rather, it’s a timeless tune that is accessible to any sort of music listener, whether you happen to be a fan of electronic music, hip-hop, pop or soul. It’s got a bit of everything going on for it. What makes it even better is that Gromo dropped it as a free download, so you have no reason to sleep on it.

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[Electronic] San Holo – Lights (Nitti Gritti Remix)

We’re bringing you a upbeat mashup meets remix of, literally, all of the lights. DJ and Producer Nitti Gritti has taken 2017 hit, “Lights” by San Holo, added a boisterous edit, and threw in a little plus. Gritti surprises us with samples from Kanye West’s “All of the Lights” featuring Rhianna and Kid Cudi, delivering two hit songs into one package.

The track, featured by Nitti Gritti himself, at EDC Las Vegas during a sunrise for Trap Nation’s art cart, has gained support from San Holo himself and amassed over 60 thousand plays via Soundcloud. The bass artist has given listeners a special treat with a free download. Grab it here.

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Renraku Enters The Dojo With 3 Exclusive Listens [TMN Premiere]

Usually when we have a premiere, it’s of a single track from a single artist or collaboration. That’s not the case today, as we’re sharing three tracks from Renraku‘s upcoming Gravity Well compilation. In this premiere, we’re giving you an early listen to singles from Kurve, NEWSENSEi and Prophet. Enjoy them all, as they don’t come out in full until the 25th, but we’ve got you covered!

Kurve’s “Stuck There” is a neuro-minimalists dream come true. It’s simple composition holds your attention with subtle nuances that peak out and jab your ear drum with pleasureful, dark tones. “Dirty Jobs” by NEWSENSEi is a slow-motion heater that shares the neuro edge of the previous single, but flips the tone entirely for an industrial specimen that you can enjoy over and over again. Lastly, Prophet’s “False Idol” comes through with a KOAN Sound-esque style, but takes a more downtempo, glitchy approach. All three together are delectable bass treats that we’re happy to share with you early! Make sure to grab the full Renraku compilation when it drops July 25th.

’Kurve – Stuck There’
’NEWSENSEi – Dirty Jobs’
’Prophet – False Idol’
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[Electronic] MOONZz – Home (Prod. by SACHI)

MOONZz x SACHI
Home

LA-based vocalist MOONZz has impressed us with her first 2017 release “Navigator,” and blown us away with her recently re-imagined version featuring production by New Zealand’s SACHI. “Home” adds the summer, pool-side sparkle to an already strong vocal track with popping synths and an up beat melody. This paired with the sultry feel of MOONZz’s voice has this track slated to be one of the hottest of the summer.

MOONZz shows no sign of slowing down between building a four piece band for her upcoming Summer and Fall tour and working on her 2nd EP, due this Fall. With collaborations including Khamsin, STINT, SRNO, Netsky, Armin Cekin and more to be featured on the upcoming EP, this vocalist is on our top watch list. Avoid missing what MOONZz has to offer by streaming here or purchasing via iTunes here.

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[Electronic] VenessaMichaels – After Hours

VenessaMichaels
After Hours

VenessaMichaels has stepped away from her remixes to surprise us with an original track. “After Hours” was inspired by the manga series of the same name and was created in partnership with Viz Media, the anime website that has bridged the cultural gap between America and Japan.

“After Hours” has the signature Venessa sound, but even with that Venessa manages to bring a bit of a different vibe. She took some influence from the manga series and culture surrounding it, paying homage by way of this track. Many producers and industry figures are huge fans of anime and manga, but rarely do we come across a token like this. Stream it today and get a copy of the song from iTunes.

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