Here For You (Slander Edit)
Well, ninjas, it seems that we’ve been on a Deep House kick these past couple of days and cannot seem to get away from all of these groovy basslines and mesmerizing melodies. There’s really nothing better than losing yourself in the progressive flow of such simplistic, yet intricate sound frequencies.
As we prepare to settle down for the night, we thought we would help give you those mellow house feels with a Slander edit to help elevate the soul and cleanse the mind. The duo took on the powerful song, “Here For You” by Gorgon City, and subtly transformed it into the ultimate Thursday night mood-setter. Without straying too far away from the radiated chill house vibes, Slander maintained the emotive resonance from theoriginal track but decided to go two times deeper by adding some tropical synths, an enticing piano progression, and a heavy bassline strong enough to give you goosebumps for the next few days. So make sure to grab your copy, press play, and let this sensual tune take you to a happy place in your mind. Cheers!
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.
Emma Hewitt - July 3rd
Waiting (ft. Emma Hewitt)
12th Planet - July 4th
Go Down Sunshine (12th Planet Remix)
Green Velvet - July 5th
Green Velvet & Saso Recyd
The fourth digital release from East London’s Soulvent Records comes from Pola, one third of the label’s personnel. His debut release ‘Sound Killa’ blends new and old influences well – mixing warm liquid tones with an old school rolling beat. Out on July 6th, it features a well-known jungle sample alongside surging drum progessions and rave-style piano chords.
On the flip meanwhile comes ‘Little Do I Know’. Features vocals provided by Pola himself, it also features label mate Bryzone. A stirring and atmospheric track, Pola blends melancholic chords with a gritty live drum sound.
These are two sophisticated pieces of work from producer and DJ Pola, who has gained a nod of approval from the likes of Hospital Records artists Etherwood and Logistics. We look forward to hearing more from this young talent.
Little Do I Know feat. Bryzone
After an impressive set at this years Electric Daisy Carnival, Bixel Boys have definitely become the next rising duo to take charge in the dance music world. With support pouring in from all directions, Bixel Boys are finally receiving the recognition and praise they deserve by snagging their first ever headlining slot at the infamous Los Angeles nightclub, Exchange LA, for Insomniac Presents: Inception Saturdays (7/5).
With the launch of their upcoming EP, Empire, the boys felt it would be suitable to throw an epic release party at one of LA’s hottest nightclubs in town. The Bixel Boys alone should already have you standing outside on the streets of Downtown LA, but it doesn’t end there. This weekends line-up is packed with some massive support coming from Brazzabelle, Hotel Garuda, and Tropicool. We can expect just as much heat from the openers as we can from the main headliner, so if you’re in town and don’t want to suffer from the dreadful FOMO syndrome (fear of missing out), then we highly suggest heading down to Exchange this Saturday night to come boogie with Bixel Boys and friends.
If you’ve never experienced a night out at Exchange, then you definitely need to come party with some ninjas and get your groove on in one of LA’s most historical venues. Killer drinks, killer music, and a badass history lesson to top off the night? Sounds like a good time if you ask us! Well, what are you waiting for? Don’t be one to miss out on all the fun and grab some tickets today – we promise this is one party you do not want to miss.
Purchase tickets here: Bixel Boys @ Exchange LA 7/5
Clutch (Original Mix)
Thomas Newson ft. Angelika Vee
Dont Hold Us (Bixel Boys Remix)
Brazzabelle & Shintaro Yasuda
Sharam Ft. Honey Honey
My Way (Hotel Garuda Radio Mix)
Real Slow (Tropicool Remix)
Adele- Rolling In The Deep (Bender Remix)
Do you all remember a time where Adele was the hottest thing to have happened to the world? We definitely remember those lonely Friday nights spent with Ben & Jerry’s ice cream while crying over our ex-boyfriends/girlfriends and then Adele would just show up out of the blue univited. To her defense, she couldn’t stay away or fight it so we’ll give her the benefit of the doubt.
Now that some time has passed between her latest sob story, we have deemed it socially acceptable for her classic tear-jerkers to surface upon the internet once again. What better way to start us off with some throwback feels than with “Rolling In The Deep”? New Jersey based producer (and recent TMN favorite), Bender, felt it was time to stir things up a bit with his newest remix of “Rolling In The Deep” in which he throws us all back into a nostalgic time machine and forces us to re-live our old, crappy relationships. This scenario seems terrible, however, Bender gives us every reason to put a smile on our face and dance our way back into the past. Who doesn’t love a sense of empowerment when facing those rough times?
After falling in love with his last remix of Route 94′s “My Love”, we knew that he would blow us all away with his deep house spin on an Adele song – and he did. The grimey basslines and dubbed down vocals collectively give this song the right amount of darkness, aggression, and sass to get us up and moving out on the dance floor. Make sure to grab your free download and allow yourself to go one deeper with this one – we promise you won’t miss your ex.
KRONO feat. VanJess
Redlight (Pretty Pink Remix)
After her stunning remix of U2′s, “Ordinary Love”, Pretty Pink proved to us all that there are artists in this world who still know how to make awe-inspiring dance music without losing their integrity along the way. We here at TMN fell in love with Pretty Pink a few weeks ago and realized that we like how her music makes us feel and we really don’t see this relationship we have with her ending anytime soon.
Earlier this week, Pretty Pink unleashed one of her most impressive remixes to date. The German goddess took on KRONO’s melodic masterpiece, “Redlight”, which features the soulful and blissful vocals of VanJess. If you’ve heard the original “Redlight”, then you remember the chillness factor that we experienced at the time of its release. Pretty Pink decided to add her deep house touch and brought some heat back into this chilly track. Without straying too far away from the soulfulness of the original, Pretty Pink turned this ambient song into a funky deep house anthem with a bitchin’ bassline that’ll have grandma in a roaring frenzy to break in her new orthopedic dancing shoes.
With that said, we highly recommend that you keep your local fire department on speed dial because this one emits a burst of heat strong enough to set every fire alarm off in town. Well, maybe not that serious, but grandma might get lost in these groovy vibes and have herself a tumble.
Real Love (feat. Danyka Nadeau)
We’ve said it before and we will say it again, Monstercat has NO limits when it comes to the talent they bring to the table. We have become such big fans of that label and can only expect more greatness from them in the future – and by future, we mean today.
After receiving an abundance of support from music lovers from all over, drum and bass kitten, Rootkit shocked the internet yesterday with his newest original, “Real Love” featuring the phenomenal vocals of Danyka Nadeau. Notorious for his drum and bass roots, Rootkit did a complete 180 degree turn into an entirely different realm of dance music with this deep house track. The young producer proves that there are no barriers in music so long as you execute your work in a stylistic and badass manner – and that is exactly what he did with this tune. The powerful vocals from Danyka effortlessly blend with the deep, unforseen melodic undertones that collectively create the perfect vibe suitable for every warm and intimate setting.
If this doesn’t make you want to be in some dark, hot, and sweaty underground club, then you might want to keep this on repeat until you get to that point. Cheers, ninjas!