[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 259)

Let’s just forget the week and move right along to the weekend, shall we? Friday is here and so is another Party Playlist complete with a dozen free downloads for you to amplify your time off with. This week we’ve got goodies from a wide range of producers like Alon Mor, Deep Chills, LUCA LUSH, VenessaMichaels and WUKI, as well as collabs from Holly x Cy Kosis, leet x JEANIE and Terravita x Kompany. All together these tracks should serve you well as you venture out and do whatever it is you do to recharge your batteries. Chances are, music is going to be involved in that process, so why not let the ninjas help you out? Have fun, stay safe and enjoy all the weekend has to offer you.

’Alon Mor –
Vasel’

’Deep Chills – Run Free (feat. IVIE)’
’Orkid – Fresque’
’Lil Pump – Molly (LUCA LUSH LIFT)’
’miƶu – Remedy’
’VenessaMichaels – NOW That’s What I Call 2090 Mini Mix’
’8ER$ – Deep inside’
’Wuki – TRICKY’
’Holly x Cy Kosis – Shoota’
’leet x JEANIE – HollaFame’
’Terravita X Kompany – Dungeon’
’Dillon Francis – Say Less Feat G Eazy (EH!DE Bootleg)’
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NVDES – La Nvdité Vol. 1 [TMN Exclusive Interview & EP Review]

NVDES
Do You Think About Me

LA-based music collective NVDES has made a few appearances here on TMN. Led by frontman Josh Ocean, this free-flowing art project is teeming with joyous energy and has gifted us with many feel-good jams, like this one. NVDES’ music is delightfully fun, meshing pop sensibilities with modern punk vibes.

NVDES received global acclaim for his last EP, Life with Lobsters in 2016, earning a feature on Zane Lowes’ Beats 1, and reaching the Spotify Global Viral Chart. So, naturally, we were excited to hear NVDES’ latest EP, La Nvdité Vol. 1, which is out now on Kobalt.

The opener of the 5 track EP, “May and June”, perfectly encapsulates the infectious energy that NVDES songs display so frequently. Dancy beats in combination with the electro-punk sound of that guitar will make you forget that summer’s coming to an end soon. In juxtaposition with this track, “Do You Think About Me” does an excellent job of showing the emotional range that NVDES possesses. This wistful track inspired by a long-distance romance maintains that summery feel while pondering over a melancholy topic like a strained love. Check out the music video for third track “Dancer From New York” below:

I was lucky enough to chat briefly with NVDES’ Josh Ocean about the collective, and this latest project. Read up below! 
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[Future Bass] Kai Straw – Supernova

Kai Straw
Supernova

If you’ve been following Kai Straw like we have, then you’ve come to expect music that will pull at your emotions. That’s just what is going to happen when you listen to “Supernova” however Kai dives into a different sound with this single.

“Supernova” blends Kai’s usual indie sound with future bass to create an invigorating song with soaring synths and a vocal performance that will give you chills. This certainly wasn’t what I was expecting to hear from Kai as he unveils his upcoming LP, GUN, but it comes as a nice surprise. This track follows up Kai’s single “The Recipe” that you should check out if you haven’t yet. “Supernova” is currently out on digital platforms for those of you looking to get a copy or add it to your playlist.

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[Future Bass] Said The Sky – Pray For Me (feat. Origami)

Said The Sky
Pray For Me (feat. Origami)

I’m going to go ahead and throw down the gauntlet and say that Said The Sky is currently the best song writer you are going to find anywhere. I keep thinking to myself, “How will he top this one?” and then he goes ahead and does just that. His newest track “Pray For Me” featuring Origami may be his most captivating song yet, which is saying a lot.

From writing, to production to performing, Said The Sky can do it all. We recently caught him at Moonrise and it was our favorite performance of the entire festival. Literally, the crowd was growing from start to finish as though he was at the mainstage. Said The Sky will continue to do his thing until he’s at the top of the game, which won’t take long with work like “Pray For Me” and his previous releases. He’s got more coming, that we promise you. Get “Pray For Me” today.

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[Indie/Electronic] Stalgia – Talk To My Skin

Stalgia
Talk To My Skin

As far as indie duos go, Stalgia is at the top of our list. They haven’t put out a bad song yet, or even a mediocre one. Their latest lands itself in either the awesome or incredible category. “Talk To My Skin” will give you goosebumps all over your body from start to finish.

The first few bars are almost haunting, but in an inviting way that lures you in, then the vocal hits and you’re whisked away. Stalgia has you in their clutches, but you don’t mind. This subtle, yet beautiful track is absolutely heavenly, with a progression that couldn’t have been written better. Things build from beginning to end, taking you on a journey. It’s more than just a song and you WILL feel it.

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[Electronic] Record Record presents: Filet Mignon 5

Very few things this year will be as grand as Filet Mignon 5 from Record Record. Not only is it a massive compilation with a total of sixteen tracks, but it’s out as a free download. No gate, no bull, just free music from the French label.

For fans of music with identity, this is a treasure chest full of jewels. There isn’t a single bad song on this project, which is tough to come by even when someone is putting out an EP. Filet Mignon 5 is so much more than that with works from Acaer, Born Dirty, Aazar and so many more. If you sleep on this one, you’re only hurting yourself. Record Record pulled out all the stops when curating this LP.

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[Electronic] Madalen Duke – Gucci Store (Mickey Valen Remix)

Madalen Duke
Gucci Store (Mickey Valen Remix)

“Gucci Store” by Madalen Duke is a one-of-a-kind track. It would make sense that an equally as unique remix of it would come along. We have Mickey Valen to thank for that and whoever chose to commission him for an official flip.

Mickey Valen keeps a similar tone to his remix, but in turning up the hip-hop edge, we gave a hardened take on the song. It still has the poppy elements that the original does, paying homage to them in his own way, but in taking things a bit of a different direction he made it his own. This is essentially how to put together a perfect remix. We instantly recognize the song, but are positively taken back by its new form. Throw this one on repeat and thank us later.

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