[Future Trop] Lorde – Team (Autograf Remix)

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Team (Autograf Remix)

The last time we heard a good remix of Lorde’s, “Team”, was when Flume unleashed his absurdly addictive rendition that sent surging waves across nearly every festival around the globe. Now that much time has passed since that legendary track permeated the saturated bubble in dance music, we decided to share with you a lovely new Future Tropical remix from our guys over at Autograf. After preparing our Pina Coladas (to set the mood, of course), we pressed play on this magical number and were introduced to a much softer, more mellow side of Autograf that has every muscle in our body limp as a noodle. Smoldering in wavey synths, echoing melodies, and spicey drum patters, Autograf took this Lorde anthem and loosened things up to a much smoother level. We’re convinced this one has the ability to send us straight into a comatose in paradise, so prepare to escape the day away thanks to Autograf. If you dig these ambient vibes then pick up a free download while you’re at it

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[Sexy] Tei Shi – Bassically

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Tei Shi
Bassically

Wow. Well, this is where we would usually open up with some witty sentence to make everyone giggle, but we’re afraid that there aren’t too many words left in us that can describe this majestic wonder from New York’s, Tei Shi. The dreamy, seductive siren just unleashed a chilling new original, “Bassically”, and we can’t seem to escape her elusive voice that echoes inside our minds. “Bassically” is filled with synth-heavy melodies, reverberated elements that linger in the background and blend together with accompanying notes, and a haunting vocal from Tei Shi that teases your every sense. If you’re just now settling in for the night, then you came at the right time because this song will undeniably leave you begging for more.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 10/9 – 10/11

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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)
- This week’s ninja pass is valid for Friday and Saturday only. Sorry! If you wanna see Morgan Page, you need to pick up tickets.

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

Morgan Page - Oct 9
Morgan Page ft. Carnage & Candice Pillay
We Receive You

Antiserum + Valentino Khan - Oct 10
Destroid
Bounce (Mayhem x Antiserum Remix)
Valentino Khan feat. DJ Kool
Make Some Noise (VIP)
Coyu - Oct 11
Green Velvet
Bigger Than Prince (Coyu Remix)
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[House/Nu-Disco] Slinger – How Does It Feel

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How Does It Feel

Slinger has been an artist with whom we’ve come to fall for over the last year through a select batch of excellent disco tinged house remixes, but today he’s back with a debut original single. “How Does It Feel” is a deep-disco dance piece encasing a synth-pop groover at its heart. The tune plays as slick as something out of Todd Terje or even Lindstrøm’s catalogs with even a touch of the same futuristic sensibility that made Grum’s 2011 album Heartbeats just so… cool. If this level of craftsmanship is what we can expect from Slinger’s individual output, we’re all hands on deck. Stream “How Does It feel” above and cap your work or school day with something sexy and dance inducing.

 

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The Colourist – Say You Need Me (The Colourist Remix) [TMN PREMIERE]

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Say You Need Me (The Colourist Remix)

As we prepare for the day ahead of us, we can’t help but feel all warm and fuzzy inside because a) we’re one day closer to the weekend, and b) we have this fun new re-work from The Colourist that makes us want to run around in fields of flowers. As they prepare for the release of their upcoming remix EP, Inversions, we are pleased to share with you ninjas their debut LP track remix, “Say You Need Me”. Filled with glorious guitar melodies, harmonious synth-work, head-boppin’ percussive elements, and a disco-friendly indie vibe, “Say You Need Me” is guaranteed going to make you want to groove like never before.

Every single one of The Colourist’s songs have an addictive quality to them to which we can’t seem to escape the intoxicating nature that they possess. “Say You Need Me” is just as catchy as their other hits and will undeniably be your next guilty pleasure; don’t worry, we’re here to remedy your cravings. Inversions is set to release on October 28th on Republic Records and features remixes from St. Lucia, The Chainsmokers, Magic Man, Yeasayer, and The Jane Doze. If that doesn’t sound like an epic roster, then we might need to have a reality check. Check out the full track list below and let this tune take you to swoonville.

The Colourist - Inversions 
1 – Little Games (St. Lucia remix)
2 – Fix This (The Chainsmokers remix)
3 – Yes Yes (Magic Man remix)
4 – Little Games (Yeasayer Remix)
5 - We Won’t Go Home (Jane Doze Remix)
6 – The Colourist “Say You Need Me” (The Colourist Remix)

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[DFF4] Paris & Simo – Zombie (3LAU TomorrowWorld Edit)

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Zombie (3LAU TomorrowWorld Edit)

I can remember it like it was yesterday. On my desk (which I assume was meant for homework space) was my mixer and two tables, all hooked in to four massive floor speakers. While you might think this set up was necessary for a proper house party, it was actually what my dorm room looked like way back in 2002. While I’m sure everyone on the 3rd floor of the McCowen dorms loved my super smooth mixes, my professors sure didn’t appreciate my lack of studious efforts. Regardless, Zombie Nation’s “Kernkraft 400″ had a heavy spot in my regular rotation, which is why I was admittedly excited to see a fresh new take on it.

Recently Montreal DJ/Producer duo Paris & Simo created an edit of their own, taking it out of that decade and into this one with some new-school appeal. 3LAU having a knack for creating stellar bootlegs and edits of his own,  took their version and put together what you’re seeing here today. While originally reserved for both artist’s live sets, 3LAU is releasing this into the wild in celebration of his TomorrowWorld debut, and with the intent of building up some hype for Dance Floor Filth 4.

Paris & Simo sent me a 1 drop draft version of this edit almost 8 months ago; after playing it in nearly every set, I told the boys I was going to do my own edit / mix. It’s been an essential part of my sets and a well kept secret between the 3 of us, exclusive to our live shows. It was finally time to unleash it after all of the amazing feedback we received!

Aside from being an energetic take that pays homage to the original, this edit also serves as the perfect tune to throw into those upcoming Halloween playlists. Make sure to head over to 3LAU’s webpage on October 13th to snag your copy.

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Sylas
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Shore

A little mystery never hurt anyone when it came to music right? Sylas, a duo from the UK, has released their second single … Continue reading »

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