[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist (Vol 103)


Happy Friday, Ninjas! Once again we’re here to bring you an arsenal of party-inducing tracks that are not only free, but all released in the past week. We have a nice mix of some up and coming producers and a few more well known acts (ahem, The Glitch Mob).

With that being said, we have an important announcement to share with you regarding Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist. Next week marks our two year anniversary of this particular playlist.. That’s right. 104 playlists will have filled you with the need to dance, and we have something special planned to celebrate. That something special is a surprise guest curator, but we’re not spilling the beans just yet.

Once we get through next week’s special guest curator though, I will be gracefully bowing out of the party playlist role and passing the reigns to one of our newest ninjas, Brooke Ferguson. As you’ve come to expect with my playlists, each week will contain at least 10 of the latest party tracks out there. We know that her desire to rage hard will radiate through all of you with each and every playlist she puts out.

One last thing before I go.


Matt Lange
I Cant Forgive (Blood Groove & Kikis Remix)
I Got It
Nicholas (Jam Master House rework)
Space Jump Salute
Lush & Simon
Banshee (Original Mix)
U Take Me Home (HELENA Mashup)
Bombs Away vs. Adrian V, Lefty
Big Booty Buffalo (Kastra Edit)
Michael Jackson
Beat It (Rio Vegas & Eran Hersh Remix)
Eminem ft. Nate Dogg
Shake That (Moët & Ledeux Remix)
Drop It Low (Original Mix)
The Glitch Mob
West Coast Rocks (2014 Mix)
Kicks N Licks
Lost & Found
Kennedy Jones
INTL (Original Mix)
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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 5/8


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! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Head to Beta and see for yourself.

Boys Noize- May 8th
Boys Noize Excuse Me

Vibesquad - May 9th
Slither (VibeSquaD Remix)

Lee Foss - May 10th
Lee Foss & MK feat. Anabel Englund
Electricity EP
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[Samptronic] TNERTLE – Greens EP


It’s been a little while since we’ve heard from Denver based, Berklee School of Music trained TNERTLE and now we know why. If your memory serves you correctly, which it probably doesn’t after your weekend festivities, we wrote up this groovy two-piece electronica act almost a year ago. Something about Colorado style, electro-hop production caught our ear, and we’ve been hooked ever since.

Just a few days back, Trent Campbell and Kyle Ayervais put out this aptly named Greens EP, more than likely giving a nod to recent events in Colorado legislature. With Campbell laying down smooth and sometimes funky basslines and controlling the midi, Ayervais adds his flair with laid back drum work that’s worthy of any Sunday chill sesh.

These two keep progressing as artists, continually developing their craft. After seeing their live shows, we can tell you that things are only looking up for this young, Denver outfit.

Twelve Days To The City
Late Nites
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[Nu-Disco] Pharrell ft. Justin Timberlake – Brand New (Slinger Remix)

Brand New (Slinger Remix)

There is something almost symbiotic about the relationship between disco dance vibes and Mondays. One pulls its listener into visions of happy, sunshine soaked dance floors while the other is slightly more bleak in its undertone, pulling your psyche into a paradoxical direction altogether. Yin and Yang. Sweet and salty. Balance. Which, not to wax philosophically for much longer, is why we love to pair glitzy club tunes with the most dreaded day of the week. Today, the mysterious Slinger popped up with a very driven and elegant slice of disco induced house rhythms that commanded the undivided attention of our cochlear cavities from its onset. Remixing two of the most influential artists of our time can be an arduous task, but Slinger’s slinky kicks and pointed nu-disco percussion paired with the unmistakable and altogether dreamy vocal reverberations of Pharrell and Justin Timberlake has resulted in quite the hooky dance tune in the form of a syrupy Summer nu-disco remix. The vibe painted onto “Brand New” by Slinger is one of high energy poolside day parties, which I think we could all be yearning for right about now. Slinger is most certainly an act to keep your ears tuned into, and you can bet that ours will be too. Check it out above.


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Welcome Victor Niglio to the AOTM Ranks [TMN RESIDENT ARTIST]

Victor Niglio
Khross pres. Family Blend 001 (Victor Niglio's 'Jiggy Blend')

You can thank the Bloody Beetroots for bringing Victor Niglio’s artfully crafted beats to your ears. After hearing the legendary hard house tune, “Warp,” this Philadelphia-born beatsmith was hooked, plotting out his dreams of becoming a producer/DJ. Having already played piano from the early age of four, he was primed and ready to make the transition.

Fast forward to today and this 22 year old producer has been making strides in this all too cluttered industry. Producing unique and engaging tracks, Niglio has been anything but ordinary as he climbed the ranks of EDM connoisseurs minds, dropping a diverse collection of electro, progressive house, trap, big room and hardstyle tracks.

With such an arsenal of dancefloor-pleasing tunes, we were elated to welcome Niglio into the halls of Music Ninja greatness as our Resident Artist for the Month of May.

So, even though no one can hear this because you’re all ninjas, let’s put together a warm welcome for our newest resdient, Mr. Victor Niglio.

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[Feels] Disclosure – Help Me Lose My Mind (Ta-ku Bootleg)

Help Me Lose My Mind (Ta-ku Bootleg)

As if premeditated by music lovers of the internet, Perth-based soul/electronica producer Ta-Ku has served up a big ol’ plate of Hype Machine climbing goodness with his take on the blogosphere darling duo, Disclosure.

Released just minutes ago, this bootleg of the hit tune featuring London Grammar features a subtle tribal essence to “Help Me Lose My Mind.” Coupled with a gorgeous little piano melody, this production has a whole new groove while still paying homage to the original.

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Art Department Official
Much Too Much

Known for their pulsing, progressive live performances, the Canadian music production duo known as Art Department has quickly made a profound impact on the underground deep house scene. The sensual dance swagger put together by vocal dynamo Kenny Glasgow and No.19 record label founder Jonny White has elevated them to be considered some of the top DJs in the world right now. From Ultra Music Festival to Coachella, along with an upcoming set confirmed on the Hyte stage at Mysterland, Art Department’s momentum continues to gather devoted followers with every show. The two recently released a new track available for free download on Soundcloud called “Heartbreakers Techno”, which was featured not too long ago on Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist. We highly recommend you give their latest release a listen, and be sure to groove to Art Department’s recorded live performance from the BPM Festival this year in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

We recently had the chance to catch up with Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White prior to their performance at Ultra Music Festival. They let us in on some exciting news and upcoming projects, and gave us some perspective on what they’re trying to do with their music.

TMN: I’m here with Kenny Glasgow and Jonny White of Art Department. Jonny, you’re the owner of No. 19 records, correct?

Jonny White: Yeah.

TMN: I hear that you guys have a five year anniversary coming up. Is that right?

Jonny White: Yeah we’re celebrating 5 years and it’s fuckin’ flown by, right!? (Looks at Kenny) So yeah we’re really excited about that, and we’re doing compilations showcasing a lot of people that have been involved over the past 5 years. It’s mental.

TMN: And what are these parties that you’re throwing?

Jonny White: Social Experiments.

TMN: Tell us a little bit about that.

Jonny White: It’s like everybody does with their label showcases, but we’ve branded ours “Social Experiment”, which kind of describes what we’re doing. We’re incorporating a lot of different genres of music, and different types of artists that are on the label. For me that’s the best way to interact directly with our fans and represent exactly what we’re about. We want everyone to feel that energy from the most current music that we’re releasing, or planning to release over the next while. That’s the concept.

TMN: Why Art Department? How did that name come about?

Jonny White: It’s just a great name I thought.

Kenny Glasgow: It was supposed to be a record label in the early, early days.

Jonny White: I’ve got a list of names for shit, you know, and hopefully I’ll get around to using them for something. Art Department was at the top of the list for a while.
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