Say My Name feat. Zyra (Jai Wolf Remix)[Counter Records]
Hopefully you haven’t grown tired of hearing the million Odesza‘s “Say My Name” remixes out there, but this one is right up there with the best ones. New York-based producer Jai Wolf recently released his take on the popular tune, and let’s just say it’s oh so juicy!
Ranges from melodic dubstep to chill trap, Jai Wolf cleans it up with a slower trap beat, while staying true to the original track by keeping its melody and Zyra’s vocals. It starts off with this deep bass which sets the stage for this banger remix, and when the drop comes, these unique oriental sounding synths take the spotlight. It’s one of those tunes that are so catchy that you can’t get enough of.
Make sure to catch him at his first headlining show for “I’m Shmacked NYC” tomorrow at Stage 48! With so many tricks up his sleeve, Jai Wolf is definitely one of the more exciting artists to watch.
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
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That’s it! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Head to Beta and see for yourself.
Night Bass Tour - Oct 2
DJ Fresh feat Ellie Goulding
Flashlight (Jack Beats 4am Remix)
Torro Torro + CRNKN - Oct 3
Borgore feat. Waka Flocka Flame & Paige
Wild Out (Grandtheft + Torro Torro Remix)
Items & Things - Oct 4
Another month has come and gone and we have to say goodbye to our resident artist Klingande. We enjoyed getting to know this amazing artist a little bit more in our interview, loved the insane mini-mix he threw down, and for a final treat asked him what top 5 songs he has on his mind these days to get down to. His choice of artists is tickling our ears, you might find yourself liking some of these less mainstream artists, lord knows we are enjoying each and every one of them.
I am already jamming to these hot little numbers and I am sure you will be do. Au revoir Klingande, excited to hear more amazing music from you and thanks for being part of the ninja family.
Incredibly Close feat. Wrenn
Aint Nobody (feat. Jasmine Thompson)
Bright Lights (Sam Feldt Remix)
Well Meet Again (ft. Emma Carn)
Vanic X K.Flay
Here at TMN, we want to provide our ninjas with only the best of the best. In order to do this, we have to sit down and sift through tons and tons of submissions until we come across those that leave us with goosebumps. As writers, we tend to form relationships with the artists that stick out to us and continue to amaze us over time with their work.
Most recently we were accosted with a track, “Can’t Sleep,” by familiar names Vanic and Kay.Flay. After a single listen, we knew the track had “irresistible” written all over it. Maintaining a similar sound as his prior release, “Circles,” Vanic once again conquers his rejuvenating trap sound, which is fitted ideally with the combination of sultriness and raspiness of K.Flay’s voice.
From his past two releases, it is clear that Vanic is raising his own standards. We can only now predict even better things to come from the Vancouver producer as his sound seems to evolve by the minute.
Rappers Rapping Rap
Rich Homie Quan feat. Young Thug
Get TF Out My Face (Mr. Carmack Remix)
Spring Shit Ft. Jacuzzi
Just about anyone who surfs Soundcloud regularly is familiar with the talented Soulection producer Mr. Carmack. His unique production style is all over the place in the best way possible drawing from all spectrums of electronic sounds and beyond. Carmack releases tunes in a raw, and rare, fashion almost in a stream of conscious with informal titles that give a glimpse into his creativity and allow his fans to feel a unique connection to his musical personality.
At midnight a day ago, Carmack let loose a long-anticipated 17-track EP titled Drugs featuring many releases he had already shared on his SC stream, or during live sets, along with some brand new collaborations and remixes. Included in the project are far-out takes on hits like Future and Pharrell‘s “Move that Dope,” Major Lazer‘s “Aerosol Can” and Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan‘s “Get TF Out My Face” along with a stellar original collaboration with fellow up ‘n comer Jacuzzi. The Drugs EP highlights Carmack’s wonderfully strange quirks and makes for a high energy, often 808-backed, listen fitting for a dance part of any size. You can stream a few of our favorites above, but head over to his Bandcamp to stream the whole project and grab a copy at any price (including free) that you’d like.
Museum Motel (Kid Moxie & The Gaslamp Killer)
Greek-born LA-based singer Elena Charbila, who goes by the name of Kid Moxie, is coming out with a much anticipated album titled 1888. Collaborating with talented producers like Angelo Badalamenti and The Gaslamp Killer, Kid Moxie is set to take over the electronic pop genre with such diversity in her bag of tricks.
Here we have a track titled “Museum Motel”, which is one of the two collaborations The Gaslamp Killer has contributed in producing. The Los Angeles-based DJ has been a renowned producer for his unpredictable and wide range of electronic style. Providing a classical and epic approach to this song, the two musicians put together something so catchy and jaw-dropping that we just can’t get enough of. From the heavy dependence of strings, classical style drum beats and a variety of brass and woodwind instruments, the unique sound is something right off of a movie soundtrack, or something of that caliber. The riff from the flute almost resembles and reminds us of the infamous Kill Bill featured “The Lonely Shepherd”. Kid Moxie’s muffled and sustained vocals mix together perfectly with the track by giving it an ominous and mysterious feel. There is no doubt that although her vocals are not the highlights of this track, the minimalist approach of her supporting vocals totally elevate the desired effect of the distinctive sound of distinctive tune.
With that said, make sure to check out Kid Moxie and The Gaslamp Killer, and stay tuned for the upcoming 1888 album that’s coming out on 12/2. Trust me, you do not want to miss that!
Right Time (feat. Soraya)
This one will honestly have you melting away until you think you’re on a new planet. Beshken is one of the signature staples on the up-and-coming Next Wave collective and he’s making major waves with his ethereal production skills, as showcased here on “Right Time”. Enlisting the sultry vocals of Soraya, this one is sure to strike a chord in your heartstrings. If Ryan Hemsworth and Amy Winehouse had a child, it would be this song. Be on the look out for much more from this rising LA producer soon!