[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 311)

Today is Friday, which means it’s time for a Friday Party Playlist. However it is also March 8th, International Women’s Day. To celebrate both we’ve gathered some incredible records, most of which come to us directly from some of the most talented female producers out there including FARRAH, Holly Woods, GypZ, SHMELL, sharlitz web, AUSTERIA, Reid Speed, Blossom and many more. Most of the tracks are free downloads, as is usually the case, but this time around we just had to highlight some quality records, free or otherwise. Lastly, we close things out with a mix from nelle to give you even more music than usual thanks to her bass-boosted mix. Play, enjoy, share, celebrate!

’FARRAH X VIËW – LAST WEEKEND’
’Holly Woods – Numinous’
’GypZ – SlasheR’
’YVNG JALAPENO x FISHER – LOSING IT (SHMELL EDIT)’
’sharlitz web – 6th sense’
’Bring Me The Horizon – Ouch (Birthdayy Partyy Flip)’
’Code: Pandorum & Autodrive & Qoiet – Deathsquad (AUSTERIA Remix) FREE DOWNLOAD’
’Dr Apollo & Reid Speed – Electrotherapy (feat. Evil Dom)’
’Barely Great – VOID’
’Blossom – Buzzin’ feat. NOISES’
’Blah Blah Blah (Ship Wrek’s ‘Blacked Out In Ibiza’ Remix)’
’Tujamo x HUGEL x Sean Paul ft. Amber van Day & Blu Cantrell – WTF Breathe (EXTSY Mashup)’
’nelle @ run the world’
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[Future Bass] TWO LANES – Back Down (ft. Kwesi)

TWO LANES
Back Down (ft. Kwesi)

TWO LANES are continuing to unveil their upcoming EP. After a hugely successful initial run with their first single, they’re well on their way to a massive EP release. “Back Down” featuring Kwesi is a strong next step in the right direction for these two brothers.

“Back Down” takes a cool, collected approach to the future bass sound. While the brothers don’t dive head first into the style, they certainly were inspired by its invigorating catchiness. Add in Kwesi’s addictive vocals and you have yourself a track you’ll never be backing down from. Throw this one on repeat and get your copy of it today.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 309)

It’s been a while since we last came together to get the weekend started right, but WE’RE BACK! Kicking things into gear right we brought all the best free downloads from the past week, with a few extra goodies we missed during our hiatus for a total of TWENTY tracks. Which means your weekend will be jam packed with hits from the likes of JINCO, Teknicolor, KANDY, Barely Alive, Parker, Boogie T and so many more. We even included some records that weren’t quite jiving with our site’s converted player, but we couldn’t not share them with you. We’ll be back to getting the party going every Friday, so enjoy this playlist and check back next week for more!

’JINCO – Love Is A Miracle (Feat. Svnah)’
’Cesqeaux – Too Easy (Teknicolor Flip)’
’Ryan Forever – Nasty (FREAK ON Remix)’
’HVDES x ATLAST – MIND CONTROL’
’Fish Scale & Qlank – Hands’
’Narkoleptik – Dank Sauce’
’Gwen Stefani – Yummy (KANDY Remix)’
’Barely Alive – Be Mine’
’VAMPA – Chillin, Killin’
’SubDocta – Beasts Below’
’The Chainsmokers – HOPE (Parker Remix)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons VIP’
’CRaymak & KTRL – Rise Up’
’Boogie T – Money’
’LA ROUX – IN FOR THE KILL (PURGE REMIX)’

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[Chill Electronic] Ark Patrol – Darling You Can’t Walk Away

Ark Patrol
Darling, You Can't Walk Away

Channeling an-out-of-this-world sound, Seattle-based alternative electronic producer Ark Patrol returns with “Darling, You Can’t Walk Away”. Blazing trails in the world of electronic-fusion, Ark Patrol’s latest unveiling is invigorating and futuristic. The track stands as the sophomore single to his forthcoming, feature-length project due February 21.

Ark Patrol is shining more than ever as he recently reclaimed his life from a battle with cancer. A warrior in his own right, these releases are a powerful testament to hope and healing. “Darling, You Can’t Walk Away” showcases Ark Patrol’s steadfast tenacity and perseverance not only as a creator but a human being. Boasting moments of disco with future-pop Ark Patrol is better than ever with this unique sound. In conjunction with this release, Ark Patrol has announced he will stand as direct touring support on select with BAYNK. Watch this space for more from the indie pioneer.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 308)

It’s been a bit since we’ve last met to start the weekend off right, but here we are again. Our 308th edition of the Friday Party Playlist is here at last and it does not skimp on the bass. For fans of the increasingly emerging electro sound, we’ve got plenty of hits for you. Don’t worry, we’ve got other great records from all different styles from dubstep to house as to cover all of our bases. This week we have tracks from CloZee, HVDES, Birthdayy Partyy, Gladez and so many more. Run through the lot of ’em and enjoy your weekend!

’Apashe ft. Wasiu – Majesty (CloZee Remix)’
’3Teeth – Atrophy (HVDES Remix)’
’Paramore – Misery Business (Birthdayy Partyy Remix)’
’JACKNIFE – Code Black’
’Qoiet – Float’
’Gladez – Black Friday’
’Ryan Browne – EPITAPH’
’Alan Walker – Faded (Slooze Flip)’
’Preesync – Alexa’
’Pump Up The Jam (Birthdayy Partyy Remix)’
’aUtOdiDakT & Hotcaller – I Burn’
’CYMN – Get Down’
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[Electro Pop] Spazz Cardigan – DOIDOIT

Spazz Cardigan
DOIDOIT

The indie pop maverick Spazz Cardigan is back at it with a new single. As one of Nashville’s standout talents, it’s always a pleasure to hear from this creative and you can be sure “DOIDOIT” does not disappoint.

In combination with producer Jeff Sojka, “DOIDOIT” came together as a fusion of pop and dance music, more specifically the future bass sound that has steadily been taking over the mainstream over the past couple years. Just as Spazz is a standout in his town, one that isn’t easy to stick out in, Spazz shines bright in a style that has been overcome by people trying to ride the wave. Spazz makes it his own just as usual and that’s why we’re loving this gem.

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[Electro Pop] BLV – Sexplanations (feat. Jay Novus)

The Paris producer BLV has slid into the dojo thanks to his latest single. A collaboration with vocalist Jay Novous, “Sexplanations” caught our attention recently with its playful sound.

The track doesn’t aim to reinvent the wheel, instead taking bits and pieces from various genres and piecing them together for a super solid jam whose catchy sound isn’t easily escapable once it’s entered your ears. It’s a fun, sensual little jam that you can play out to get your mood right.

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