Henry Fong & J-Trick – Scream [TMN Premiere]

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Henry Fong & J-Trick
Scream (Original Mix)

Do you know what today is, ninjas? Well you better get ready to scream this one at the top of your lungs because it’s Friday and we’re just about ready to turn our weirdness levels up so high that we surpass any and all signs of normality. Kicking us out of our mundane weekly routines and into a 3 day mindset of poor decision-making are two artists that know how to take us 0 to 100 more than Drake. Seriously.

Los Angeles’, Henry Fong, and Australia’s J-Trick are both notorious for their impeccable DJing skills and genre-blending productions. The two decided to combine Big Room House with Melbourne Bounce in their new original collaboration, “Scream”. After its debut at Tomorrowland during Martin Garrix’s  epic performance, it was obvious that Henry Fong and J-Trick had created easily one of the most talked about songs of festival season. Bursting with Fong’s signature Big Room synth melodies and J-Tricks Melbourne Bounce-style breakdowns, “Scream” mixes together a variety of badass elements that ultimately make us wish we could rage our butts off like we did all Summer long. If you think you can go without screaming during this song, then you’re in for one helluva wake up call.

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[Progressive House] Route 94 – My Love (ft. Jess Glynne) (Young Bombs Remix)

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Route 94
My Love (feat. Jess Glynne) [Young Bombs Remix]

Do you hear that ringing noise in the background? We’re pretty sure it’s Tiesto calling and he just wants to let us know that the Young Bombs are back with yet another FIRE remix that’s about to make us cry tears of straight PLUR. After familiarizing ourselves with their remixes, we had the honor of premiering their most recent version of Cazzette’s, “Sleepless”, to which they took us back in time to the year 2011 and made us reminisce on all those synchronous moments we’ve shared with others. Now that some time has passed and the guys have given us a couple of tastes of their yummy productions, Young Bombs are back again and ready to intensify our sweet tooths with their latest remix of everyone’s favorite Route 94 baby makin’ jam, “My Love” featuring the lovely Jess Glynne.

Jam packed with heavenly chord progressions, adorable synthesized melodies, and a BOMB.COM breakdown, these guys have out done themselves once again. Is there no stopping this dynamic duo in making us want to do cart wheels in the front lawn in our furry boots while wearing kandi bracelets? Probably not, but who cares, right? We’re just here to enjoy some happy music with some Young Bombs; so before you go grab the hot glue gun, some feathers, and heart pasties, make sure to snag your free download and let this one tickle your inner Calvin Harris like never before.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 9/18 – 9/20

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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)

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

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[EP Review] Lucas Chambon – Instinct

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Ahhhh, the morning just seems so much better now that the sun decided to take a break from microwaving us to near death. With the morning coffee in hand, ear plugs in, and the rest of the world put on mute, we can finally immerse ourselves into the music and drown out our responsibilities with some auditory relief. Frenchman, Lucas Chambon is helping us float on top of the water with his debut EP titled Instinct (out on Los Angeles’ Next Wave Records). Filled with gloriously synthesized melodies, groovy basslines, and atmospheric elements, Lucas Chambon takes us on a whirlwind of emotion-evoked productions in this mesmerizing new work of art.

From the very beginning, we instantly transcend into the depths of the ocean with “Citadel” to which we ride along with the natural ebb and flow of these euphoric forces. We can confirm that Atlantis does exist because Lucas sheds light on the mythical underwater city. As we continue floating along the celestial frequency of ethereal sound waves, we eventually come to the surface to take a deep breath of fresh air with “At Dawn”. Before we know it, we’re back beneath the icy cold water, traveling with the effortless current into a kaleidoscope of beautiful colors in “Turqouise”.

Instinct is out now on Los Angeles’ very own Next Wave Records – the first free record label out to promote good music and share it to the world without a price to pay. We think Lucas made the perfect choice in teaming up with them because who doesn’t love free tunes? Crazy people, we tell you.

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Lucas Chambon
At Dawn
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Turquoise
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[Electronic] Common ft. Kanye & John Mayer – Go (WoodysProduce Remix)

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WoodysProduce
Common Ft. Kanye West & John Mayer- Go (WoodysProduce Summer Citrus Remix #10)

In the duration of this summer, LA-based producer WoodysProduce released a total of 10 remixes, with this one being the last entry in his Summer Citrus Remixes series. This time around he remixes a Common song featuring Kanye West and John Mayer titled “Go”. Having grown up listening to 90s hip-hop and heavily influenced by his father who is super into gangsta rap, WoodysProduce can easily take any rap song and turn it into a more chill-out and electronic goodness.

In this tune, the producer mixes in electric guitar chords, high pitched synths and that subtle wave noise in the background to create a summer-like tune, completely changing the mood of the original tune. You can imagine yourself chilling beach-side, sipping on a margarita while listening to this. Summer definitely doesn’t get better than this! We really wish he would collaborate with singers from LA area and produce some amazig tunes for us in the near future.

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[Electronic] Slow Magic – Girls (Kodak to Graph Remix)

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Slow Magic
Girls (Kodak to Graph Remix)

Watching Slow Magic live is pretty awesome to say the least, but going on tour and performing with him must be even more awesome. Florida-based DJ/producer, Kodak to Graph, has been opening for Slow Magic during his U.S. tour, and decided to remix “Girls”, a Slow Magic classic.

Slow Magic’s songs are so unique that it is difficult to switch them up and give them their own identity, but Kodak to Graph did just that. Sampling the intro of the tune, Kodak threw in a soft yet casual trap beat, creating an interestingly exciting banger. Kodak to Graph, who closed out his set with this unique re-work, sure knows how to get the crowd pumped up with an energetic stage presence and his impressive producer maneuvers. We are very excited to see what he has in store for us in the future. Be sure to check out his SoundCloud page and upcoming tour dates with Slow Magic. We can guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

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[House] Michael Calfan – Prelude (Original Mix)

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Michael Calfan
Prelude (Original Mix)

It’s about that time the late night ninjas take over for all of you night owls. While some of you might be getting ready for bed, others might be just now settling in to their weekly Wednesday night turn up; we have the perfect tune from French producer, Michael Calfan, that will undoubtedly keep you up until the sun starts to make its way up onto the horizon. “Prelude” is full of epic piano stabs, soulfully chopped vocals, and a bitchin’ progressive house resonance that helps reassure us that this genre is well on its way to the very top. Michael Calfan is out to restore some hope for the traditional House productions as well infuse it with modern techniques to give us a whole new refreshing take on dance music. It may be almost midnight on our end, but we can’t seem to fight the urge to wiggle our way around the house in our pajamas. If you dig this phenomenal show stopper from Calfan, make sure to groove on down to Beatport and pick this baby up for your own pleasure.

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