[Electronic] The Range & Jim-E Stack – With You (Yaeji Remix)

Brooklyn based genre-eschewing producer James Hinton, better known as The Range, has stormed through this year on the heels of 2016’s excellent long-player Potential. Hinton’s aural aesthetic has been one steeped in unique textures and reverberations, as he’s primarily built his vocal samples -especially on Potential– around obscure YouTube videos with no more than a few hundred plays at most. The Range’s fluid blend of hip-hop inspired drum foundations, and larger than life synth pulses have always been quite suited towards the remix realm, which is why we’re so excited about his impending Remixes EP out this Friday on Domino. Remixes will be a 4-track affair, with remixes of his Jim-E Stack collaboration “With You” and “New Lots” (from his recent 12” release), as well as one of our favorite singles from 2016 “Florida”.

Today, we’re rolling out 24 year-old South Korean born, New York based DJ, rapper, singer and producer Yaeji‘s intimate reworking of “With You”.  Yaeji’s uniquely subdued blend of house, pop, trap, and rap coalesce perfectly behind Hinton’s glossy stems, creating a softer, more heartfelt take on the original. Not to mention, Yaeji re-recorded all of the vocals using her own voice to lend an even more personal touch to her revision. With such an innate understanding of a multitude of sonics, it’s no wonder she’s been getting coined by some major outlets as ‘House Music’s Most Exciting New Voice’. Check out Yaeji’s remix of “With You” below, and be on the prowl for the rest of The Range’s Remixes EP to unfurl this Friday.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 266)

Let’s let the weekend wash over us and cleanse our bodies of the worries that plagued us this week. There’s plenty of things to do over the weekend, but no matter what you get yourself into, you’re going to need some music. That’s where we come in. Whether you’re a streamer or a downloader, we’ve got you covered with the Friday Party Playlist. Below you may find a batch of a dozen singles, all streamable and all available as free downloads. Music this week comes to the dojo from the artists Kaptain, Nazariff, Motoko, DISTO, Fed-Up, SIPPY and many more. Instead of writing a full paragraph about what you’re getting into, we should have just left it at the fact that there’s an “Ice Ice Baby” remix in the pile. Enjoy! 😛

’Whethan – Love Gang ft. Charli XCX (Maazel & Facade Remix)’
’Naxatras – Space Tunnel (Kaptain Remix)’
’Ekali – Babylon Ft. Denzel Curry (Nazariff Remix)’
’Motoko –
Memories’

’Y4NN – Bass Cannon’
’/ˈlo͞osid/ –
Arcadia’

’Vanilla Ice – Ice Ice Baby (Mikey Sky 2017 Deep Down Remix)’
’DISTO & Holly – Cutie’
’Tisoki – Time Travel (Fed
Up Remix)’
’Would You Ever (SIPPY remix) – Skrillex ft. Poo Bear’
’Matroda – On My Mind (VIP DnB Edit)’
’Terravita X The Lifted – Temple’
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[Future Funk] Naxatras – Space Tunnel (Kaptain Remix)

Naxatras
Space Tunnel (Kaptain Remix)

It’s not often you see official remixes by producers for bands that are located a world apart from each other. That happened with Kaptain of San Francisco who was asked to take on “Space Tunnel” by the band Naxatras.

Kaptain’s funky style has breached markets across the world, which isn’t all that surprising considering everyone likes to get groovy. With this Kaptain keeps up the funk, but accents the band’s psychedelic sound with his own hypnotic tone. Part of what makes this remix so incredible is that Kaptain created it without the use of stems because the original track was recorded onto one channel. I’m no producer, but I’m not even sure how you’d go about that. Kaptain succeeded though and now we have a free download to enjoy.

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Renraku Enters The Dojo With 3 Exclusive Listens [TMN Premiere]

Usually when we have a premiere, it’s of a single track from a single artist or collaboration. That’s not the case today, as we’re sharing three tracks from Renraku‘s upcoming Gravity Well compilation. In this premiere, we’re giving you an early listen to singles from Kurve, NEWSENSEi and Prophet. Enjoy them all, as they don’t come out in full until the 25th, but we’ve got you covered!

Kurve’s “Stuck There” is a neuro-minimalists dream come true. It’s simple composition holds your attention with subtle nuances that peak out and jab your ear drum with pleasureful, dark tones. “Dirty Jobs” by NEWSENSEi is a slow-motion heater that shares the neuro edge of the previous single, but flips the tone entirely for an industrial specimen that you can enjoy over and over again. Lastly, Prophet’s “False Idol” comes through with a KOAN Sound-esque style, but takes a more downtempo, glitchy approach. All three together are delectable bass treats that we’re happy to share with you early! Make sure to grab the full Renraku compilation when it drops July 25th.

’Kurve – Stuck There’
’NEWSENSEi – Dirty Jobs’
’Prophet – False Idol’
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[Glitch Hop] Marvel Years – Anywhere You Want To Go

Marvel Years (Official)
Anywhere You Want To Go

It’s been a while since we’ve posted up a glitch track, but we couldn’t pass up this new one from Marvel Years. “Anywhere You Want To Go” is a straight jam. Released as a free download, this single has a whole lot going on in the best way possible.

Each element of the track flows together without any piece butting heads with each other. From the start we get a striking guitar riff that sets the tone perfectly. From the hard rock sound, we then get whisked away into a bluesy introduction that changes up the tone, but still has that hard edge we started with. With the chorus, or drop as some love to say, we get straight to the glitchy gold. Marvel Years stated this track just sort of flowed out of him, which usually happens when an artist puts together some of their best work. Stream it today and grab the DL.

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[Electronic] The M Machine – We Had It All (Indiginis Remix)

The M Machine
We Had It All (Indiginis Remix) [Premiere]

“We Had It All” by The M Machine just got a fresh new flip. Thanks to Indiginis, we have yet another funk friendly track to share. The bouncy, bubbly take of “We Had It All” is an official release delivered through Mad Zoo. As you might expect from the label’s catalog, this one is a genre-bending gem.

Indiginis really pulled something special off here. The M Machine helped change the face of dance music, so remixing their work and living up to their prestige isn’t an easy task. Despite that, Indiginis went above and beyond, taking “We Had It All” to new heights. There have been countless remixes that have come out this year, but this is among our top. It has that remarkable familiar yet distinct vibe to it. It’s something that is accessible, but not your run of the mill. Jam this one one repeat to end your day nicely.

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[Electronic] Statik Link – Carpe Momentum LP

Statik Link teased his album with a music video for the single “We Came To Party” that we previously covered. You knew Carpe Momentum was coming, but now it is here in full.

As the case a lot of the time with future funk projects, the length of collaborators is lengthy. A lot of love and heart goes into these projects, as well as live instruments and vocal performances. So is the case for Carpe Momentum which is packed with nine songs total. Statik keeps it funky throughout, but broadens his range hitting genres like house, twerk and beyond. It’s a thorough project, with plenty of hits that can’t be missed. If you want to support the project, you can do so via iTunes.

’Carpe Momentum’
’This Is Me, Now. Feat Dominique’
’Actin’ Rude Feat Mane Course, Chuck Bedlam’
’Soul Sisters Feat Savanah Jaine’
’It’s A Sure Funkin’ Thang’
’Stay Awhile Feat Loup Rouge’
’We Came To Party’
’Desirable Feat Lapse, Chuck Bedlam’
’Wait For You Feat 3pm, MopTop’
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