[Future] Atlas Bound – Tell Me (Prince Fox Remix)

Atlas Bound - Tell Me (Prince Fox Remix)
Atlas Bound
Tell Me (Prince Fox Remix)

What happens when future meets downtempo? This track has the answer. Australian duo Atlas Bound has been carrying the torch for Next Wave Records by releasing a series of juicy tunes, including “Tell Me”, which is remixed by NY-based producer Prince Fox, who once again proves that his music knows no boundaries and manages to turn anything into epicness.

This ominous tune gets the Prince Fox treatment with bold synths and statement drums. Without tweaking the soulful vocals that much, Prince Fox gives it a Flume-y vibe without overshadowing the powerful vocals that resemble the voice of singer Alex Clare. The combination of the two types of music is surprisingly addicting. If you’re fan of either one of these artists, this track will be stuck with you for a long time. Make sure to grab a free download of this tune via ToneDen or click here. We’re excited to see what these up and comers have in store for us.

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[Dance/Chill] Great Good Fine OK – Too Much to Handle (Shook Remix) [TMN Premiere]

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Great Good Fine Ok
Too Much To Handle (Shook Remix)

Last week we featured the first remix  for Brooklyn based indie-pop troupe Great Good Fine OK‘s latest single “Too Much To Handle” from the always stellar Penguin Prison. Following that outstanding take, is the second offering from GGFO’s official remix selections; this time coming from enigmatic electronic producer Shook. Shook instills an almost Balearic atmosphere on top of his revision, fusing recognizably glossy and warm dance backing onto ripely plucked instrumental stems from the original. Furthering this one into a space of melancholy yet buoyant bliss is Jon Sandler’s soothing falsetto; which sits like a melting pad of butter on a big ol’ stack of Shook’s musical hotcakes. Those hotcakes of course being blithe synth stabs and a carefully arranged percussive melody of course. We’re beyond happy to bring you Shook’s remix of “Too Much to Handle” before anyone else, so hop to it before the rest of the blogosphere gets their hands err… ears on this gem.

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Third Culture feat. Kasche – Falling (Original Mix) [TMN Premiere]

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New York native Third Culture sets out to expand your mind with every song he makes. “Falling” epitomizes his commitment to his craft with an unparalleled amount of sonic architecture; he manages to create an entire universe within just a short 6 minute span. From the chilled out, yet cutting riffs to the mind bending interplanetary synths, “Falling” finds its footing within a comforting and inspiring atmosphere that thrives on the allowance of building up to multiple resounding and cathartic resolutions throughout the tune. If you’re in need of a true shake up in your musical consumption, Third Culture has got you covered. The influence in classical training and multiple genres is extremely evident in his work, and “Falling” upholds his standard of excellence to the highest extent. Enjoy the stream via WAVO below and be sure to grab your copy by supporting Third Culture on SoundCloud!

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Acre Tarn – Dawn Faces [TMN PREMIERE]

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Acre Tarn
Dawn Faces

New music Tuesday is upon us, and boy, is it something. Amidst the many tracks we’ll have going up today, this gem from Acre Tarn has us beaming. Even though we were already very familiar with their stuff after having premiered their debut song, “This Once,” we are once again caught pleasantly off guard with their intricate, layered electronic pop approach.

Anna-Louisa Etherington is bringing another glowing tune that’s sure to grab your audible attention this morning. “Dawn Faces” boasts an often frenetic soundscape, rife with fluttering synths and larger-than-life percussion. The vocal cadence adds to the cinematic qualities of the tune, swirling in a culminating spattering of soaring vocals and intense musical arrangements.

We fully expect this as one piece of an upcoming EP, so make sure you keep tabs on her by following on Soundcloud.

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[Event Preview] CRSSD Festival – San Diego 3/14-3/15

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Spring is around the corner, which means that it’s almost festival season! As one of our first stops, TMN is going to the CRSSD festival in San Diego. Taken place at the Waterfront Park on March 14 and 15, CRSSD fest features some of the frontrunners and up-and-comers in today’s electronic music. Powerhouses including Empire of the Sun, Chromeo, Odesza, Flight Facilities are headlining the festival at the “Ocean View Live” stage, while deeper acts like Kaytranada, Thomas Jack, Bakermat and Bixel Boys will try to win the crowd at “The Palms” stage.

The three-stage set up will definitely give a refreshing feel to all festival-goers. Thousands will gather at Waterfront Park and dance their pants off while overseeing the beautiful city of San Diego. With its popularity rising at such a high rate, CRSSD festival is representing sunny San Diego by stepping its game up. We are very excited to be able to witness the very first debut of the festival, as there will be many more in the future.

Make sure to check out this playlist we put together in advance to the festival. If you’re a fan of electronic dance music, and want to have a good time with laid back vibes all around, go to CRSSD festival and we promise you will not be disappointed!

Slow Magic
Still Life
Something New (Amtrac Remix)
Drive Me Crazy (featuring Vic Mensa)
ODESZA
White Lies (feat. Jenni Potts)
Bakermat
Teach Me (Original Mix)
Gabriel Rios
Gold (Thomas Jack Remix)
All Youre Waiting For (Feat. Nancy Whang)
Theophilus London Feat. Jesse Boykins III
Tribe (Bixel Boys Remix)
FoFo
Flight Facilities
Two Bodies feat. Emma Louise (Lido Remix)
George Maple
Talk Talk
Goldroom
Embrace

 

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[Electro-Pop] Tei She – Bassically (HONNE Remix)

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Tei Shi
Bassically (HONNE Remix)

Shortly after announcing a few festival plays this summer, Tei She unveils an official remix of her single ‘Bassically’. Emerging UK duo HONNE administers a clean and pleasant demolition that only further cements both artists into our minds. These particular three minutes and thirty one seconds are a luxury experience. This is an extremely polite collaboration. It will make you rise. Tei She will release her EP Verde on April 13th via Double Denim Records. Pre-order here. She will also be supporting Jungle on a couple of UK shows, including the last of their tour at London’s Brixton Academy.

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[Fresh] Jack Garratt – Chemical

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Chemical

Jack Garratt finally broke a short silence since his buttery smooth tune, “The Love You’re Given,” and graced our ears with a big shift in sound on “Chemical.” His unrelenting and powerful vocals shine through in the intro, supplemented only by claps and short risers until the grating synths bust in for a surprising and upbeat switch up. This tune showcases even more of Garratt’s flawless falsetto and his production potential within just three and a half minutes, and every second of it resounds clean and clear.

“Chemical” is an intriguing medium between MNEK and Chet Faker, while creating an aura all its own with ease. Jack Garratt breaks the mold by being a multi-faceted threat and excelling at it, as evident by his past two tunes. “Chemical” is no different and the change of pace finds Garratt catching his stride early and quickly. London won’t be short on amazing artists anytime soon with acts like Jack Garratt crafting material like this. Shake up your routine with something truly stimulating and stream “Chemical” above!

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