[Chill] Tegan and Sara – Walking With A Ghost (Manila Killa Remix)

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Tegan and Sara
Walking With A Ghost (Manila Killa Remix)

In celebration of the ten-year anniversary of their classic album, So Jealous, indie pop legends Tegan and Sara will be releasing a re-issue of the breakout project, which will include five remixes along with a book titled Jealous X that looks back on their journey over the last decade. Today, we get the first official remix from the project courtesy Manila-bred, DC-based producer Manila Killa as he takes on Tegan and Sara’s hit ”Walking With A Ghost.” Taking advantage of an already infectious original, Manila Killa adds a tropical twist cooking up some much needed summer vibes as we approach winter. You can pre-order Jealous X, which is out on December 23rd, now here.

[via Stereogum]

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 125)

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Wave yo hands in the air like you just don’t care because it’s Friday, it’s cold as hell (unless you’re in California then it’s endless sunshine), and everything has officially become irrelevant in life! If you can relate to this feeling then you’re off to a good start we’d say. So if you’re ready to throw in the towel and just get the party started, you’re in luck because this weeks FPP is filled with anthems, bangers, and booty movin’ music that will 100% take you 0 to 100 real quick. So press that play button and dance dat ass off all weekend long.

As always we ask that you #danceirresponsibly but don’t forget to bring a jacket this time because it might be a but chilly this weekend.

Until next week, ninjas.

Pegboard Nerds
Here It Comes (Snavs & Toby Green Remix)
Snails & Antiserum
Wild (Goshfather & Jinco Edition)
G L D
buttz
TroyBoi
The Messenger
Ease My Mind (GTA Remix)
Juke Ellington
Back Dat Ass Up // FREE DOWNLOAD
Ash Riser X Twiitch Ft. Waxx
BBOD
GAWTBASS
Monopoly ft. Varsity Dropouts
Daktyl
Stay (feat. Dive Deep)
Drake
0 To 100 //The Catch Up (Someonehad2doit Edit)
Icarus & Rain
Its Dangerous
KRNE
Go Up
CHIMES RMX ft Pusha T, Future, Travi$ Scott, French Montana
Planet Raux & Lovestarrs
Bullet Reloaded
GodWonder
Get Nasty ft. Dubskie
Elephante
Shake The Earth ft. Lyon Hart
Kaskade & John Dahlbäck
A Little More feat Sansa
Zelda
Song of Storms (Deon Custom Remix)
Panic At The Disco
I Write Sins Not Tragedies (Kasum Remix)
Bordertown
Rapture (VIP Mix)
TWB
Dont Look Any Further (Endor Remix)
Earth, Wind, & Fire
September (Zanski Remix)
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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 11/20 – 11/22

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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! Unfortunately though, this deal is ONLY valid for tonight. If you wanna catch Rusko or Amon Tobin, you’re going to have to cough up the dough.

SLANDER - Nov 20
Showtek
We Like To Party (Slander & NGHTMRE Festival Trap Edit)

Rusko - Nov 21
Rusko
Saxophone Stomp

Amon Tobin/Two Fingers- Nov 22
Two Fingers DJ SET 2013
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[Denver Giveaway] Mansions on the Moon – 11/21 – Lost Lake Lounge

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Mansions On The Moon
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If you’ve been a regular reader of TMN for the past few years, months or even weeks, then there is a very likely chance that you’ve noticed our unwavering affection for L.A. alt-pop constructors Mansions on the Moon. We’ve been there in some capacity for just about every release and live performance from Ted Wendler & Co. since their inception, and as MotM is scheduled to return to Denver this Friday night at Lost Lake Lounge, we had to offer yet another chance to join us in an intimate concert setting. We’re giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky reader through our always simple and streamlined e-mail list; and if entering your electronic mail address doesn’t sound like the most difficult task, then take your shot below. We’ll be picking our winner by 12:00 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time) on the day of the show, so be sure to get your entries in sooner than later. And for those bringing your entire group of friends, or just aren’t the gambling type, Lost Lake is running a special 2 for 1 ticket special for today only. Listen to “Don’t Tell” from Mansions on the Moon above and don’t be left behind on what has been one of our most anticipated Denver of the year.

There are a few rules, of course:
- The event is all ages (16+) so tell your friends!
- You are responsible for your own transportation.
- You must bring a valid form of ID to pick up your tickets at the Lost Lake door.
-You must find a TMN representative and let them buy you a shot (or soda for our under-agers)



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Slow Down Molasses – Winter Sun (Miles Cooper Seaton Mix) [TMN PREMIERE]

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Slow Down Molasses
Winter Sun (Miles Cooper Seaton Mix)

First things first – sit down, grab the fanciest headphones you own, and prepare to transcend into an unusual state of mind with Miles Cooper Seaton for the next 5 minutes.  As we gain more momentum towards Winters embrace, Miles Cooper Seaton sends us into a hallucinatory state of mind after taking on the  likes of Canada’s very own, Slow Down Molasses and their original track, “Summer Sun”. Seaton flips this Summer sensation into a breath of fresh air, which seemingly comes off in the literal sense after listening to this on repeat. Filled with refreshing atmospheric elements, hauntingly euphoric percussive patterns, and intoxicating reverberated vocal synths, Miles Cooper Seaton creates mental images of elusive, shape-shifting figures that float around the harmonic progression of this stunning mix. When comparing this to the original, we can’t help but point out that each version resonates something entirely different in which Seaton breaks down Slow Down Molasses’ song to its simplistic pieces and paints an ethereal portrait of a soothing Winter solstice. After deconstructing this mix and analyzing the depths at which we are taken, we applaud Miles for serving the original justice by creating a version that could be considered an original on its own. With a combination like Slow Down Molasses and Miles Cooper Seaton, we can’t help but swoon ourselves into an icy nirvana that has allowed our minds to ascend itself into a mesmerizing lucid dream. As we continue to drift along these bone-chilling frequencies, we suggest you prepare to escape for the rest of the day…or week for that matter.

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[Chill] Parra for Cuva – Champa (feat. Monsoonsiren)

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Parra for Cuva
Champa (feat. Monsoonsiren)

Like a song whispered from some sort of higher power, Germany’s Parra for Cuva has crafted a piece of meditative perfection in ‘Champa’. Amidst the rush of life, music that can invoke moments of deep reflection are a treasure, and it won’t take long for your mind to be carried away by the delicate electronica flowing freely here. The mood set by the acoustic soundscape is made complete by the mystical vocals of Monsoonsiren, whose name you may recall from the iconic ODESZA track ‘Memories That You Call’. To best honor the inner purpose of this production we won’t divulge any further than that, because this is one that was made to be felt, not just heard, and the sensation certainly reaches deep.

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Kavinsky – Nightcall (Ardency Remix) [TMN PREMIERE]

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Nightcall (Ardency Remix)

As we struggle to hit our snooze button for the eleventh time this morning, we can’t help but close our eyes and sigh at the daunting fact that today is only Tuesday and we are as far away possible from the weekend. Knowing that we still have 3 days of monotony to endure makes us really want to pull the sheets over our head and ignore all of our adult responsibilities for the rest of the day. We here at TMN often find ourselves in this state of mind, however, we tend to remedy these heavy eyelids with some soothing music to refresh our negative mindsets into a more optimistic lime light. Helping lift our spirits and carry us through this mundane day are electronic duo, Ardency and their euphoric remix of Kanvinsky’s famous song, “Nightcall”. Through their emotive approach to this track, they successfully re-worked this wonder into something truly ethereal.

Ardency mentions to us that “this song is simple but thought out and meaningful. Every part of it was made to convey the brooding emotion of Kavinsky’s character. We wanted to stay true to our style while making a remix that did the original justice. Ultimately, the goal of our music is to stimulate emotion within our listeners; we want to make people feel.”

Filled with elongated notes of pure divinity, powerful percussive elements that burst with emotion, and mystical, melodic builds that lead up to a beautiful release, Ardency turns this Kavinsky classic into a memorable piece of art that will swoon you for all eternity. As we await the drop of their upcoming Gradience EP (out next month via Prep School Recordings), Ardency is releasing their “Nightcall” remix for free so we can have something to sit on until then. We can’t wait to hear what’s up their sleeve next, but for now we will just utilize the repeat button until further notice.

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