[Electronic] Nurko – With You (feat. Misdom)

Nurko
With You (feat. Misdom) [Extended]

New Jersey’s Nurko is back with another original single. Featuring Misdom “With You” is a chilled out electronic treat that isn’t your average tune. It’s more less driven by “drops” and more vocally centered allowing the performance to breathe throughout the production. It’s more like something you’d hear on the radio rather than something you’d jam out to at a DJ set, although this track would be amazing live. Once you take a listen you’ll see just what we mean. Get your copy of “With You” today.

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[Multi-Genre] Noise Cans – Masquerave EP

Did you have plans for a masquerade this weekend? Chances are low, even though Halloween is just around the corner. You probably didn’t have plans for a Masquerave either, but it’s here thanks to the one and only Noise Cans. Released on Dim Mak, this EP is all fun, no filler.

Masquerave comes complete with six original singles from the iconic producer along with a trap remix from Yellow Claw. Noise Cans mixes things up with a few different genres on this project including future, moombahton, jungle terror and more. By utilizing a wide variety of sounds and styles Noise Cans made Masquerave as fun as could be. There’s never a dull moment from start to finish on this project, so have a listen through and grab a copy from digital stores if you love it like we do!

’Noise Cans – Standing (feat. ASTR)’
’Noise Cans – Takin’ Ovah (feat. I
Octane)’
’Noise Cans – Caan Dun (feat. Louise Chantál)’
’Noise Cans – No War (feat. Jesse Royal)’
’Noise Cans – Mi Mi Mi (feat. Mr. Lexx)’
’Noise Cans – Don’t Let Me Down (feat. Skinto)’
’Noise Cans – No War (feat. Jesse Royal) (Yellow Claw Remix)’
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[Electronic] Julien Mier – New Eyes

Your ears are going to thank you for “New Eyes.” The real thanks should go to its creator, Julien Mier, who has been hard at work creating his next extended project. Due out next month, Untangle The Roots will be released on Sin Hilo Records as a vinyl and digital release.

“New Eyes” is a mega chilled out treat. It’s a dynamic piece with a mix of sounds that play just right with each other. Julien put together something special with this original that is easy to lose yourself in. For the best experience, pop on some headphones, lay back and close your eyes. “New Eyes” alongside Untangle The Roots are currently available for pre-order on Bandcamp for those looking to jump on it early.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 268)

Let’s get Friday night going right. As we have done every week, we’re here with a batch of free downloads for you to take with you while you shake off the week and move into the weekend. A dozen freebies from a variety of talented producers is the goal and this week that’s been met yet again. The individuals who will be aiding in your fun are sumthin sumthin, Pretty Lights, LUUDE, Kompany, HEKLER and many more. We start things off with some vibey pre-game tunes and then kick things off with some more energy and heavier sounds. To end the night on a cool note we get back to some chillers so that your transition to sleep (whenever that may be) is a smooth one. Stream, download and most importantly – enjoy!

’StéLouse – Bones Feat. Tilian (Flapo Remix)’
’WOLFE – Drop It’
’sumthin sumthin –
Moon’

’Pretty Lights – Rainbows & Waterfalls’
’Martin Garrix – Animals (LUUDE Flip)’
’Eliminate – Tipsy (Teknicolor Flip)’
’Lil Pump – What You Gotta Say (Tascione Re
Sauce)’
’Tha Trickaz – Hood Bodega (BARENHVRD Remix)’
’Kompany & KLAXX – Light It’
’HEKLER – ULTIMATE VIP’
’Mozado – On The Daily (feat. Rosé)’
’Major Lazer – Know No Better (Antra Remix)’
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Waveless – Me & U [TMN Premiere]

Waveless
Me & U

“Me & U” is the latest song coming in the dojo from the Majestic Casual camp. Not only are we simply sharing it to you, but we’re the first to do so with the premiere of the Waveless original.

The Melbourne music maker gets futuristic with this vibey, atmospheric feeler. From start to finish Waveless tells a story through his composition, growing it out and building upon the elements as time passes for a song that’s never stagnant. It’s got this heavenly sound that will whisk you away into the weekend. Share it with your partner for maximum effect. Enjoy your exclusive listen and grab a copy of the single if you fancy it!

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MOHA – A-Side [TMN Premiere]

Moha
A SIDE

Featuring eclectic, up and coming artists with prominent potential is the lifeblood around here at TMN. Which is why, when we came across the first single from French-Senegalese artist Moha‘s debut LP FIT, the appropriately titled alt-pop R&B burner “A-Side”, we knew we had to jump all over it and get it into the ears of our readers.

Immediately, Moha’s unique musical fusion of African, French, and US influenced sounds is apparent, riding along elegantly picked guitar and shifting percussion which dive head first into a sea of gently raspy vocal reverberations. They way Moha so effortlessly wraps those gauzy vocals around its tightly wound production is quite consuming. As muted horns unfurl into “A-Side”‘s catchy chorus, it’s quite difficult to not stay stuck throughout its duration. Like his following, which has shunned the typical social media directed aesthetic and outside influence, Moha builds his music organically, layering his own playing on multiple instruments with powerful songwriting to create a sound and album that we are enthusiastically anticipating the release of. Until the full release of FIT, enjoy Moha’s “A-Side” served up fresh as a TMN Premiere above.

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Caden Jester Premieres New Single “Fade” With Q&A [TMN Interview]

Caden Jester
Fade (feat. Butterjack)

This Sunday evening Caden Jester from California is taking over the dojo. From his home in San Diego he has cooked up some quality tunes, the latest of which you get to hear today for the first time. Not only do we have the premiere of “Fade” with Butterjack, but we got to ask Caden a few questions as well.

“Fade” is a poppy, dembow driven original that shows off Caden’s crisp, accessible style. A lot of dance producers are making a push for popular radio, but not all of them can do it right. Caden’s keen creative sense is something you don’t find in someone so young. Only time will tell just how far he will go. Enjoy the exclusive first listen to “Fade” now and get to know Caden Jester before everyone else does!

TMN: How did you originally get into music?

My dad was a music producer and a rapper growing up, and when I was about 9 or 10 years old he introduced me to Garageband and that spawned my love for making music. He showed me the ropes and got me on the right direction and I took everything he taught me and expanded over that over the years. I definitely wouldn’t be where I am today without my dad.

TMN: Who were some of your favorite acts growing up?

T-Pain, Akon, Pharrell, Kanye West, Justin Timberlake, Ne-Yo, Timbaland… I had a very hip hop based childhood lol.

TMN: Has being from San Diego shaped your music in any way?

I’ve grown up surrounded by Latin culture. I love Latin food, music, countries, etc… It has definitely influenced my music. Not so much my released stuff, but you will definitely be able to hear the latin influences in my upcoming music.

TMN: What do you enjoy more, making originals or remixes?

Ohh definitely originals, 100%. I’m no longer doing any remixes. Nowadays I’m trying to brand myself less of a “producer” or a “dj” and more of an “artist”, if that makes sense… Cause at some point I will be releasing music with my own vocals, unlike anything I’ve previously released, and I feel like that’s the creative direction I should be taking for that to all make sense.

TMN: How has your sound developed over the past couple of years?

When I first started getting a couple hundred thousand plays on Soundcloud I was making a lot of bouncy deep house stuff, which at the time was pretty unique. My main inspiration at that time was Disclosure, but even then I think my sound was a bit different from theirs (although, almost every blog and Youtube channel would call me “the next Disclosure”, which I really didn’t care much for lol). My current released music is basically just a more poppy version of that. My unreleased stuff, however, is very R&B/pop and has a lot of latin and african influences. I’m actually working with both latin and african artists, and I’ve made some of my best music yet with those people.

TMN: If you could collaborate with one vocalist, who would it be?

That’s so hard because there are so many vocalists I absolutely love. One that I came across recently that absolutely blew me away was a guy named Will Heard. He released an acoustic EP which I listen to more than the “original” version because of how amazing he sounds on it.

TMN: What does the rest of the year look like for you?

I’ve produced a couple tracks for Butterjack, the vocalist on Fade, and at least one of those should be released sometime this year. Then after the release of Fade, there is this R&B track I’m featuring on with a guy named Bailey Graham and Christopher Blake called “Penthouse”, which will most likely be releasing sometime shortly after Fade… I also have a very latin-inspired track with a duo called SYON and a vocalist who lives in Kenya named WillX BOY. That track is in Spanish, English, and Swahili. I also have a million other projects going. I’m super excited to show everyone all this music I’ve been working on. I definitely think it will make up for the lack of releases I’ve had this year.

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