[Electronic] Madeaux – One Time

One Time

All puns aside, it will only take one time listening to this track to fall in love with it. If you’re not familiar yet with Madeaux’s sound, this song does a pretty solid job of showcasing his talents. His range is eclectic at the very least, with influences ranging from garage to house to bass music. Throw in some soulful R&B samples and you’ve got yourself a Madeaux track, in this case “One Time”. The bass-bumping Los Angeles-based producer decides to take on Alicia Keys for his latest sampling choice and it’s a solid smash. He’s got an EP out very soon so be on the lookout for that in the future and if you’re still not sold on him as a producer, check out his other works.

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[MP3 Playlist] The Chill Dojo #98

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The Dojo is second only to the Ice Bucket Challenge when it comes to spreading chill across the internet, but our only nomination for you is to sit back and enjoy the infectious vibes we’ve got in store for edition 98. It may not leave you shivering, but you might just need a new change of clothes after this sweltering remix of Bondax’s ‘All I See’. Sultry Frenchman Darius has come up with one of the hottest tracks of the week, driven by a deep groove that pulsates some seriously good feelings. Also contributing to this week’s funk factor is dojo-favorite JNL, who gives us a sneak preview for a future release that’s packed full of classic smoothness reminiscent of the great MJ himself. ‘Only Lover’ is ready-built for an intimate dance-floor experience, so make sure you’ve got all your moves down pat when this jam is getting spun.  We’re shifting into anthem territory with these next two features, and kicking things off are NY duo Sava & Razz, who reignite the love for the 90′s Oasis hit with a tropical house revival. You know all the words for sure, but now your communal sing-along can be accompanied by smooth sax and pool-party vibes, and that is something this playlist lives and breathes every week. The catchy summer fun continues courtesy of Canada’s Shèmce and a rendition of the ever-popular ‘Teenage Crime’ that just oozes happiness. What was once a staple festival track has now been flipped on its head with a fresh nu-disco outfit, and from our point of view it’s never looked or sounded so good.

Goldroom’s ‘Till Sunrise’ was always meant for the tropical treatment though, and Pacifico amplifies the dreamy chillwave style with a captivating sea-disco ambiance capable of picking you up from where you sit and transporting you to the beachfront paradise of your wildest imagination. This is the kind of music we need in our ears all year long. Another welcome addition to the recent stream of ‘Higher’ remixes is another favorite in jackLNDN, bringing a more downtempo feel layered with sun-kissed chords and vocal sampling in all the right places.

It may technically be the final week of summer for some, but the warm vibes show no sign of slowing down anytime soon. Peace out.

Chill Dojo #98 zip

All I See (Darius Remix)
Soft Touch
Only Lover (JNLs Monogamix)
Wonderwall (Sava&Razz Remix)
Adrian Lux
Teenage Crime (Shèmce Remix)
Till Sunrise (Pacifico Remix)
Higher feat Emil Hero (JackLNDN remix)
Sound of Erasing (The M Machine Remix)
Lets Stay Here Forever
Bebe Rexha
I Cant Stop Drinking About You (Eric Gitau Remix)
John Mayer
Waiting On The World To Change (Scheinizzl Remix)
Sam Smith
How Will I Know (SJUR Remix)
Deep End ft. Eastside & Mayer Hawthorne (Matoma Remix)
Dont Wanna Be Your Girl (Thero Remix)
Ji Nilsson
Heartbreakfree (Keljet Remix)
Anna Lunoe
All Out (Hotel Garuda Remix)
Sleepless (Vaux & Rivera Remode)
The Knocks
Classic (RAC Mix)
Embers Feat. Jill Harris
Coward (feat. Ngaiire)
Say My Name (feat. Zyra)
Night Owl
Alex Wiley
Vibration (Honest Remix)
Magic Man
Out Of Mind (Tontario Remix)
Satin Jackets
Gelee Royale
Chevaliers Liqueur
Tropical Screen
Royals Theme
Makin Love 2 U Feat. Kyross
Time (Lxury Remix)
froyo ma
sidereal (feat. off.white)
sam gellaitry
huxley anne
sex in the daytime
Luca Gache
MadBliss & silo
space girl
El. Train
U Say 2 Me
Dave Luxe
Move That Dope
Spectre (Bibio Remix)
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[Future] ABSRDST – Even If We Were Birds

ABSRDST Even If We Were Birds
Even If We Were Birds

Followers of the Chill Dojo may recognize the name of Massachusetts native ABSRDST (read ab-surd-ist), with the host of charmingly quirky tunes that have been popping up in the playlists over recent months. For those unfamiliar, his latest jam, “Even If We Were Birds,” is a prime example of his truly unique style, which has an inherent ability to bring a smile to any listener. Blending video game and cartoony vibes with insanely funky chords, his undefinable brand of future music still manages to possess an undeniable sense of nostalgia. Whether it’s the subtle throwbacks to the 90′s console era or the emotion carved by those glorious melodies, his music will find a way to bring out memories of a happier time, and that’s definitely something worth spreading.

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[Bass] ZHU – Superfriends (Just A Gent Remix)

Superfriends (Just A Gent Remix)

Aussie young gun Just A Gent has been reaping the rewards of his ambition of late, winning accolades, gigs, and a growing fan-base all before his age lets him legally enter a club. The rising producer has set the precedent for all the other aspiring talents out there and continues to push the bar with every new original and big name remix he creates. His latest statement in his own progression comes in the form of this huge take of ZHU’s ‘Superfriends’, and this one is set to cause the biggest stir yet. Preserving the menacing tone of the intensely deep original track, he kicks things up a notch in signature bass-heavy style. It’s genre-bending music at its very best, and exactly what we love about every new release from the surprising young gent.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 118)


Is it just us or did this week fly by way too fast? Hopefully time starts to slow down with it being Friday and all because we want to take advantage of every waking moment from now until Monday (yuck). So before you start wrapping your head around the notion that Monday is only a few days away, just remember that you have an entire weekend to get weird with your friends with some sick ass beats to help you out.

So in preparation for making it out alive, we put together a chronological list of what you need to do to make this weekend worthwhile -



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With that said, we’re off to the store to go get some beer; we’re not turning down for anything tonight.

Until next week, ninjas. #Danceirresponsibly and shake what yo mama gave you.

DJ Sliink X TWRK X Green Lantern
Trifecta (If You Dont)
Pegboard Nerds
Katy Perry
This Is How We Do (Brillz Remix)
Zeds Dead
This is Why Im Hot (LUZCID BooTLeG)
2 Pac
Changes (Gazzo Remix)
Gent & Jawns
No Flex Zone (Styles&Complete Remix)
Gin N Chronic
Ed Sheeran
Sing (Jauz Remix)
Wonderwall (Sava&Razz Remix)
On & On (TCTS Remix)
G Rex X Dane Brennan
Bounce (Original Mix)*
Satisfy (Kayzo Remix)
Deorro & D!rty Aud!o
Hit It (Party Thieves BishWhet Bootleg)
Gravity (EFF3CTS Festival Trap Remix)
Turn It Down (Koyote short Edit) Krunk! // Kaskade
Frankie Sanchez & TheCasaBrothers
One Girl (MxM Bootleg)
JayCeeOh & Made Monster
Go Harder 2.0 (Original Mix)
Triad Dragons
Destruction (Original Mix)
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[Future-House] Mary J. Blige – Family Affair (Pakem Edition)

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Mary J. Blige ∞ Family Affair (Pakem Edition)

Another work week is almost in the books, and yet another young producer has been added to our radar of ‘ones to watch’ through the tail end of 2014. Seemingly popping up out of nowhere on our Soundcoud feed was this groovy little remix of Mary J. Blige’s timeless “Family Affair” from 19 year old French electronic producer Pakem, and it held our undivided attention from the jump-off. Pakem’s remix fuses a hollow future tipping bassline with a neo-garage soul and sensibility we haven’t seen exhibited since hearing Disclosure’s early demos before they were signed to Greco-Roman. While not much is currently known about our newest electronic crush, we’re certainly going to be all ears as his already mature library grows. As an even sweeter bonus for your Friday, Pakem’s giving this one away on the house, so be sure to snag a copy here before the weekend kicks into high gear.

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Crizzly talks Crunkstep, Pandas, His DIY Approach [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]


TMN: Mr Marshall! Thank you so much for taking some time to chat with us today! We’ve been fans for a long-ass time, and it’s great to finally speak with you.

Crizzly: For sure!

TMN: Let’s kick things off by talking about your signature sound, Crunkstep. How did you come to start making this unique blend of heavy bass, hip hop flair, and razor sharp synths?

Crizzly: Well, I’m from a small, country town, right outside of San Antonio. Everyone listens to country a little bit, but everyone in my high school jammed hip hop. We used to listen to that stuff back in 2000. So, I guess that’s how it influenced my music. Dubstep started getting big at the same time that I started producing, so I guess I just kind of combined the two together – stuff that I grew up on and stuff that I liked in the moment.

TMN: While you have your definitive sound, we definitely pick up other influences, especially Flux Pavillion, with the way you use the combination of high pitched synths with your basslines. Talk to us about some of the people that have helped mold you as an artist.

Crizzly: I remember my first year of college, I skipped one of my classes and drove five hours up to Dallas to go see Rusko. He opened with “Sweet Shop” by Doctor P, and that was my favorite track at the time. That track totally moved me. I wanted to make stuff like that. That was the moment I wanted to make loud noises (laughs).

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