[New] Nero – The Thrill (Porter Robinson Remix)

Nero - The Thrill (Porter Robinson Remix)
The Thrill (Porter Robinson Remix)

Following his Worlds Tour, it’s been a while since Porter Robinson came out with new music. To our surprise, he premiered this epic remix of Nero‘s “The Thrill” at Coachella last Friday and turned up the heat even more at the desert.  The 22-year-old prodigy sampled Alana Watson‘s vocals on top of some classic Porter maneuvers, creating beautiful melodies and fusing them with glitchy synths. The cadenced synth melodies manage to keep the track breathtaking, moving and epic, as it is closed out with some simple and pretty keys. The style of the remix resembles something off of Worlds.

It’s no surprise that Porter’s originality and relevance make him one of the frontrunners in the electronic scene. It’s creative minds like his that keep the ball rolling for today’s music. Take a listen to this brand new track as Porter Robinson once again proved that genres don’t matter.

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[NEW] BenZel – Stuck On You (Feat. Tory Lanez)

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Stuck On You ft. Tory Lanez

BenZel and Tory Lanez are two acts we’ve been “stuck on” for quite some time now, and today they’ve teamed up for an incredible new single. “Stuck On You” is the first in a series of tracks that the duo of Benny Blanco and Ben Ash will be releasing through SoundCloud on a weekly basis. The song is a bit of a diversion from Tory’s usual style, but it still finds him thriving outside of his comfort zone, as slick falsetto gives way to a mind numbing drop. We’ve already played this tune on repeat about four to five times during the course of this write-up, so expect this one to be glued into your rotations for quite awhile. Stream the track above, and click the download link to snag a copy for yourself. You’ll want to hold onto this one.

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[Deep-House] Essess & Mike Gill – Love Somebody Else [TMN Premiere]

essess & Mike Gill
Love Somebody Else

When we caught onto the latest collaborative release from burgeoning House and Garage duo Essess and longtime UK club staple Mike Gill (both acts currently taking up residence in London), through Ministry of Sound sub-label HK Records, we had some lofty expectations. Luckily for us, Esses & Gill have crafted a deep, dark and seductively hooking single with “Love Somebody Else”. The tune bolts out of the gate with a thumping 4/4 kick, while echoes of techno leaning pads establish themselves atop careful string progressions. By the time “Love Somebody Else” finished building its thick sea of dance minutiae, and has unloaded a bouncing deep-house topline, an appropriately pitched vocal bursts through to push this one straight to our playlist of favorite club singles. We’re beyond thrilled to premiere Essess and Mike Gill’s “Love Somebody Else”, as this one is sure to catch on with the most ardent of House fans very soon. Beat them to it above.


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High Rule – Enough [TMN PREMIERE]

High Rule

A lot can happen in a few months, and nobody understands that more than Chicago-based duo High Rule. In less than 60 days, this act has gone from releasing their debut song to peaking at #2 on Spotify’s Global Viral 50 Chart, showing the world that they’re ready to make a splash.

Following up on that debut release, “Enough,” is premiering here on TMN. Stylistically, it follows the intriguing nature that we quickly fell for, showcasing an ambiguous sound that flirts with multiple genres. Somewhere in between dance music, hip hop, and RnB, we’re left hitting the repeat button again and again, just like before.

“Enough” does change gears from their debut single though, which had us grinning with its entertaining lyrical nature. This release has a more somber message, which is rooted in something that everyone can identify with – the struggle of not being able to let go of someone who isn’t right for us.

Click here to get free downloads from this up-and-coming act.

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The Chill Dojo #127

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All focus may be on Coachella for the moment, but this past week has served up its fair share of amazing releases for everyone else playing along at home. It’s not hard to imagine why new Flume would be top of the list as far as music news goes, but thankfully for the Dojo his latest flip of Sam Smith is saturated in the vibes that make him top of ours as well. If we’re talking collabs though, this collective effort from Towkio, Chance the Rapper, Lido and Eryn Allen Kane may just be the hottest we’ve heard from 2015 so far. As the names promise, your ears are in store for soulful vocals, slick lyrical skills and a production game that is as mind-blowing as always. That’s not all you’ll get out of Lido from this edition though, because this week also saw the release of his collaborative Superspeed EP with partner-in-crime Canblaster. Having already been treated to the intriguing sounds of ‘Rush Hour’, we’ve gone ahead and included the rest of the stream, each track dishing up a completely fresh experience to the last.

Carrying on a very similar theme title-wise, Californian producer KRNE showcases his abilities with ‘Never Stop’. A charming melodic opening may be extremely pleasant to the ear, but that’s just a prelude to the insane production that is about to be unleashed here. This is the kind of music that makes us urge the artist to take heed of his own words and keep those sweet tunes a’ comin nonstop. An unlikely contender ends the write-up for this week, as Dojo newcomer IMLAY manages to revive the genre-confused mess that is the original track from Palisades. Thankfully, this remix knows everything it’s meant to be, and the trap-filled future style actually makes for quite a nice fit to the poppy vocals.

That’s just the tip of it though, because there is a wave of other releases to sink your teeth into from the Hebinomichi Vol. 2 collection to the latest EP from mura masa. It’s almost festival-worthy in itself! Peace out.

Sam Smith
Lay Me Down (Flume Remix)
Heaven Only Knows (Ft. Chance The Rapper, Lido & Eryn Allen Kane)
Lido & Canblaster
Alarm Clock
Lido & Canblaster
Lido & Canblaster
Never Stop
Mind Games (IMLAY Remix)
Said The Sky
Darling (Ft. Missio)
TastyTreat x Black Monday x Cory Enemy
Press Reset (ft. Amory)
Can You Tell
Sunday Chords
Eventually (feat. Alex Rita & Bison)
Mura Masa
Firefly (ft. Nao)
Mura Masa
When U Need Me
Mura Masa
Lovesick Fuck
Phony Ppl
End Of The Night (Louis Futon Remix)
White Lies (GARREN Remix)
Quinoa West
Penguin Prison
Never Gets Old (Mattanoll Remix)
Penguin Prison
Never Gets Old (Solidisco Remix)
Bleu Toucan
Ananas (Prizm Remix)
Secret Slide
In My Head
Prince Fox
Wait Until Tomorrow
Alina Baraz & Galimatias
Fantasy (Felix Jaehn Remix)
All Hands On Deck (PACES Remix)
All Hands On Deck (Giraffage remix)
Marlon Roudette
When The Beat Drop Out (Kartell Remix)
Falling (Embody Remix)
Ziu x Nyanara
Unforgettable (Original Mix)
Masego x Medasin
Girls That Dance
Alexander Lewis X Brasstracks
Day 1
shadowtricks x arbitrary sax
Luxury (ft. Notorious B.I.G & Flamingosis)
favela beat
Sans Cesse
Opal City
Not Yet
Love I Know (Deebs Remix)
Trippy Turtle
Trippys Theme (Dawn Safari x Snubluck Bootleg)
Jia Lih
Rock You
Recuring Scenes (one for Elaquent)
Magic In Threes
Beatin Tha Breaks (Freddie Joachim Remix)
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[NEW] Ratatat – Cream On Chrome


It’s hard to believe it’s been five whole years since we last heard any new material from Ratatat, but the wait is finally over. Returning with a brand new single ahead of their highly anticipated Coachella set later tonight, the Brooklyn duo pick up right where they left off with “Cream On Chrome”. The cut is presumably set to appear on their upcoming project due out on XL Recordings later this year, widely speculated to be titled LP5.  Check out the slick new track below, and make sure to catch a live stream of the band’s performance when they hit the stage in a few hours.

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[Future] Carmada – Maybe (Empia Remix)

Maybe (Empia Remix)

With this week heralding news of the imminent release of Carmada’s ‘Maybe’ remix EP, the artists listed in the package promise an arsenal of heavy-hitting mixes designed to outdo the intensity of the original, which burst onto the scene 6 months ago. Australia’s top names in the bass game, Slumberjack and Elk Road, have already proven their menacing intentions with the reveal of their collaborative efforts earlier this week. Though not a part of the official release, fellow Aussie producer Empia has thrown his hat in the ring with an interpretation of a different kind, opting for a melodic route over the face-melting ambition the others may bring. While the structure sits quite similar to the pacing of the original, his signature future style layered throughout this track will likely be a refreshing reprieve from the impending onslaught of bass that is waiting to be unleashed in only a few days’ time.

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