[Electronic] Night Tales – Move You

Night Tales
Move You

Majestic Casual has brought a hot new record through the pipeline from Night Tales. The Australian duo made up of the producer Third Floor and former Olympic Ayres frontman Kamaliza dropped their single “Move You” which is exactly what it is going to do.

“Move You” isn’t your typical electronic track. Night Tales take from several different genres, bringing in elements from house music and 80’s sounds for a timeless treat. It’s not something you’d expect to be hearing in the poppy landscape that has seemingly taken over the electronic world, but it’s a worthwhile break that stands out above the now crowded space of dance music. “Move You” is currently available for those looking to spice up their digital libraries today.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 271)

Let’s jump right into the weekend, shall we? It’s Friday, which means we get to let go of the week and focus on relaxing… or better yet, getting our party on! Each week we bring to you our favorite free downloads that we come across over the course of the dreaded week. This week we’re jumping on things with work from producers like Motoko, William Black, Modern Machines, IYFFE, Los XL, Choppa Dunks and more. We warm things up with some pre-game vibes, then heat up even further with a mix of genres (like Moombahton) and close things out by settling back down. The final conclusion comes to us from KRANE with his Diplo & Friends mix if you need to keep the party going all night long. From all the ninjas to you, Happy Friday!

’Waking Up The Dead (Motoko Rebirth)’
’William Black – I Wish ft. SKYLR’
’Modern Machines – HAZY ( feat. Saint Slumber )’
’IYFFE – Dance With Me’
’Khalid – Location (A&G Remix) (Olivia Escuyos Cover)’
’PAKKCITY – White Girls’
’Los XL – Mi Ritmo (Original Bass)’
’ETC! ETC! – Fyer (Teknicolor Flip)’
’Jinco – Havent said (feat. Jake Herring)’
’Choppa Dunks – Fight’
’Rosendale – Fairytale (Folded Dragons Remix)’
’Steve Void & Navarra – Perfect Mess (ft. Laurell)’
’KRANE Diplo & Friends Mix’
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Limbic Void – The Alternate Life EP [TMN Premiere]

Start Friday off right with an exclusive first listen here in the dojo. We’re premiering The Alternate Life EP by Limbic Void right here, right now. The four tracks project features collaborators Iben Bjørg Anton and Anne Lene Hägglund who spice up the EP with their vocal contributions.

The Alternate Life hearkens back to more classic sounds from electronic music. The Euro-inspired EP is a magnificent combination of these OG influences with new age sounds and textures. This mix of sounds – as well as styles – makes for a timeless treat that is an easy listen from start to finish. We were ready for this project after hearing the title track and Limbic Void didn’t disappoint.

’The Alternate Life (feat. Iben Bjørg Anton)’
’Oh Jimmy (feat. Anne Lene Hägglund)’
’No Emergencies’
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[Electronic] Snøwmass – Crossfire ft. Mona Moua

Crossfire ft. Mona Moua

“Crossfire” by Snøwmass and Mona Moua is just the energetic song you need for the Fall season. It’s not over the top or too light for Summer, it sits just right with the season’s characteristics.

The future-tinged original shares some qualities from other records in the Snøwmass catalog, but he slows things down to really focus in on making an anthemic, BIG sounding record. There are a lot of great tracks, but this is one of those that feels as though it is encompassing you with its sound. It’s not easy to pull off, but “Crossifire” hits all the right notes from top to bottom. Best part about it is that it has been released as a free download, so there’s no reason not to get it.

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[Techno] George Fitzgerald – Burns

It’s been just over two years since we’ve been privy to any new music from tastemaking producer George Fitzgerald, who released his debut LP Fading Love in 2015. Luckily for us, the English artist has blessed us with latest single “Burns”. Premiered as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World on BBC Radio 1, “Burns” sees Fitzgerald effortlessly blending the radio friendly aesthetic of his native house and garage with the muted robotics and tinny percussion of warehouse-leaning techno. Leaning on fortified melody, “Burns” manages to maintain a healthy swath of house based soul, while rolling through arpeggiated synths, stacks of vocal samples, and understated techno drums to bring home its central thesis. About his latest tune Fitzgerald remarked: “The track started life as a studio experiment making a beatless chant out of loads of contrasting vocal samples, and then morphed over time. It works as a moment on a dancefloor but at heart it’s meant to be quite meditative, which I guess is where I’m at right now.” Which we agree, is the choice word about his latest work: “meditative”.

Rumors have been swirling around Fitzgerald’s full-length followup, and we’ve found out that it will be slated for an early 2018 release. “Burns” is out now via Domino Recording Co. offshoot Double Six Records, which you can stream below and buy here.

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[Electronic] Said The Sky & Kwesi – All I Got

Said The Sky & Kwesi
All I Got

We’ve said a lot of things about Said The Sky and they’re all great things. That perfect streak hasn’t stopped with the release of his latest single “All I Got” with Kwesi.

Just to put into perspective of how amazing this tune is, Illenium himself stated that this may be his favorite STS tune ever. That’s a tough call because he has so many extraordinary releases out there, but we do have to say it’s up there as one of the best for sure. “All I Got” is another step in the right direction for one of music’s greatest talents – not one of dance music’s greatest talents, music in general. He’s just that good and “All I Got” is just another piece of evidence of that. Get your copy today.

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Convex – Dainichi [TMN Premiere]


Convex has come through the dojo with the premiere of his brand new single. “Dainichi” comes to us through the Insomniac affiliate IN / ROTATION. With Convex’s complex catalog you never know exactly what you’re going to get, but he always delivers with quality records.

“Dainichi” is about as top quality as it gets. It’s more akin to vibey tracks by guys like Haywyre than some of Convex’s heavier stuff. He focuses in on musicality to create something that is timeless music, not even specific to electronic. It’s a jazzy crossover record that we won’t be forgetting anytime soon. Get a copy of this funky original today from digital stores, it’s well worth it.

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