[Future Funk] Rudimental Feat. Ella Eyre – Waiting All Night (Kaptain Remix)

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Rudimental Feat. Ella Eyre
Waiting All Night (Kaptain Remix)

Whenever we see a Rudimental remix pop up on our newsfeed, they can either win the internet or burn it to the ground…there really is no in between. If you’ve been around long enough then you all might have picked up by now that we don’t post shitty music, so don’t worry because we have a ninja-approved Rudimental remix that will 100% change your life. San Francisco producer and Future Funk beat maker, Kaptain, gave us a run for our money with his latest remix of Rudimental and Ella Eyre’s, “Waiting All Night”. As soon as we pressed play, we felt as if we were listening to the next Griz and Pretty Lights of our time. Loaded with futuristic synth breakdowns, a heavy rolling bassline, and enough funk to shoot us back to our days of grooving at The DoLab at Coachella, Kaptain re-works “Up All Night” into something that literally makes want to stay up and get silly. Make sure to add this remix to your collection of freebies and get funky on this fantastic Friday, ninjas!

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[Electronic/R&B] Sebell – Promiseland (Stint Remix)

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Promiseland (Stint Remix)

When a tune sweeps its listener off of their feet within the first four bars there might not be anything more beautiful to most of us here at TMN. Such was the case when we got our Ninja hands on the latest remix from one of the freshest sounding artists to grace TMN this year, Stint. The way he’s contorted and twisted Canadian alt-popper Sebell’s “Promiseland” is nothing short of captivating, and we were in hook, line and sinker the moment we got our first taste of his two-step melody. But, obviously the centerpiece to Stint’s alluring rhythm comes in the form of an instrument we never thought would make an appearance on TMN post SBTRKT’s self titled LP; the Kalimba – which is essentially a scaled down harp, sometimes referred to as a “finger harp” or “thumb piano”. The aural ambience set by such an assuming instrument, dispersed amongst such a well composed sea of electronicism and R&B was one of the best pieces we’ve heard all month; so do your ears a solid and pick this one up for free here.

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[Chill-Step/Melodic Trap] Jacuzzi – Curtain Call (P A T H Remix)

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JACUZZI
CURTAIN CALL (P A T H REMIX)

16 year old bass sensation P A T H has returned to TMN with another well thought out, groovy and glitched remix; this time of Jacuzzi’s “Curtain Call”. Coming off of an impressive and completely innovative rendition of Kimbra’s pop smash “Settle Down”, the Vermont native turns in another tune with a sound you would think to be beyond his years. An air of euphoria fills the tune from its onset of muted pads down to the first breath of dreamy string arrangements, and we just couldn’t seem to wrap our heads around its subtle intricacies with just one listen. Which is why it’s been on repeat at this writer’s desk for about twenty minutes now. And sticking to his altruistic record with his music, P A T H is giving this one away for free on FB here. Hop to it, slink back and let this one ride loud on a real set of monitors.

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[Future R&B] DiRTY RADiO – Relentless (prod. by Pomo)

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Relentless (Beat by: Pomo)
Vancouver trio DiRTY RADiO, using the sultry instrumentation of beatsmith and fellow city dweller Pomo from his tune “Only You”, just painted a perma-sexy smile on our face this Friday with their newest tune “Relentless”. The first in what will be a series of mixtape style vocal remixes, “Relentless” plays like a two-step slice of steamy future R&B fused with the clicky and sophisticated stylings of Pomo. Heading into our favorite three days of the week, and on a gray and blustery day for this writer in Denver, this one had us feeling all kinds of warm and fuzzy which was just… aces. These smooth Canucks are giving this one away for free so snag a copy here in exchange for a Facebook “like”, settle into something warm and kick back to “Relentless” to get the ball rolling on your weekend.
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[New] Arcade Fire – Afterlife (Flume Remix)

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Arcade Fire
Afterlife (Flume Remix)

It’s been a crazy ride for Australia’s wunderkind Flume, and by now, you should be familiar with the man and his music. The young producer has been coasting through the festival circuit with sets at Palm Springs’ Splash House and San Francisco’s Outside Lands this past weekend. Today, Flume, who is also one half of What So Not, has dropped a new remix, and it’s a stunner.

Arcade Fire track “Afterlife” gets the Flume fix, resulting in a rework with a hazy tinge to it. Flume’s “Afterlife” remix is considerably more mellow than his previous work, but he manages to orchestrate the track in a way where the beat’s sublime sound is the focal point, but does not compromise or upstage the original’s vocals.

Buzzing opinions appear to be less than favorable for Flume’s latest piece, but it’s undeniable that the man is talented. We’re interpreting the direction of this remix as an indication that the his sound is constantly fluctuating and evolving, but only time will tell us what he’s got up his sleeve.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 116)

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Afternoon ninjas, ninjette Brooke here reporting for FPP duty. This week I decided to be extra generous by loading all of you up with a shit ton of free music to help get you from Point A to Lost in the next 2 hours. Since last week was a little on the stale side, this week will make you question the Urban Dictionary definition of “Party”. Loaded with a range of genres from trap (twerk, twerk, twerk) dubstep (Blink-182 wub wub), electro house, glitch hop, deep house, etc., this weeks FPP is bound to turn you from that wallflower in the corner to Beyonce in the club.

As you prepare for another weekend of shenanigans, make sure you download this weeks FPP so you can turn up on the go. So what are you waiting for? Drink up the Fireball, crank up the volume, and dance yo booties off because it’s officially the weekend and you need to get crunk.

Until next week. #danceirresponsibly

Iggy Azalea Ft. Rita Ora
Black Widow (Prismo Remix)
LeKtriQue & Seek N Destroy
Atomic (Aero Chord Remix)
Steve Aoki
Rage the Night Away featuring Waka Flocka Flame (ENFERNO Remix)
BANG BANG (CAKED UP & MEAUX GREEN REMIX)
Smookie Illson & Zooly ft. Ragga Twins
Ready
Carnage ft. Migos
Bricks (Victor Niglio Twerk VIP)
Ash Riser
When Its Over (SAYMYNAME Remix)
UFO!
The Dream
LAXX
Head Blender
Deorro vs MAKJ
READY! (Original Mix)
Migos & Rich The Kid
Jumpin Like Jordan (KickRaux, Riot Ten & Jack Bass Remix)
Tropkillaz & Buku
Follow the Beat
DJ SnelleJelle
Back to Life
BARE
Bounce
Steve Aoki
Rage the Night Away feat. Waka Flocka Flame (Flosstradamus Remix)
DeafMind
303
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Im Good
Kstylis
Trampoline Booty (Aylen Remix)
Jauz
Feel The Volume (Original Mix)
FMM: Yogi ft. Pusha T
Burial (RIDDIM COMMISSION REMIX)
SPACE LACES
Dungeons and Dragons
Nash One & Mike Cervello
Murda (Cesqeaux Remix)
Blink 182
Whats My Age Again (DotEXE Remix)
LNY TNZ/Dany BPM
Rompelo (Luminox Rework)
Chant (Choppa Dunks Retwerk)
808 CONGLOMERATE
Clonez
THEREALBOSS
CLVSH
Devastator
Jurassic Trap (Original Mix)
Louder (DeafMind Remix)
Cooler Than Latch (Disclosure ft. Sam Smith // Mike Posner)
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[Festival Review] TMN Dives Into Denver’s Underground Music Showcase

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The UMS Main Stage (Photo Credit: Robert Castro Ultra5280)

If you’re wondering whether or not Colorado’s music scene is embodied solely by bass-heavy barons devastating Red Rocks on a regular basis, or the constant national and international accolades given to Beta Nightclub year after year, you can stop that right now. While much of the Mile High City’s music scene’s notoriety falls into those two aforementioned venues, The UMS flexed it’s mighty indie muscle two weekends ago, showing the city, the state, the nation, and the world that a handful of tiny venues deserves just as much attention.

Taking over one of Denver’s most prized neighborhoods, The UMS flooded the numerous dive bars, galleries, and restaurants that adorn the colorful South Broadway stretch. In a meticulous blend of some well known acts coupled with hyper-indie (so indie, even the hippest of your friends haven’t heard about them yet) there was more than enough to appease the auditory appetite of the thousands of festival goers that flooded the streets.

Knowing that there was too much music for one ninja to cover, we had to break up The UMS between two from our clan. Check out what Matty and Clayton experienced during their first full experience of this must-attend event.

Day 1, Thursday:

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CRL CRRL. (Photo Credit: Robert Castro Ultra5280)

While we couldn’t yet make it out in full force to the first night of Denver’s incredible Underground Music Showcase, we did manage to make it to one of our favorite electronic artist’s sets, with CRL CRRLL (pronounced Carl Carrell) at Blue Ice. An abbreviated set to say the least, CRL CRRLL managed to warp our minds through different texturized soundscapes played off of his bevy of machines, MIDI controllers and gadgets on stage through the 40 minute performance. This was the second time we’ve had the pleasure of witnessing him live, as he played our TMN presented show in Denver with Young & Sick (which if you haven’t heard his remix of their tune “Glass”, check it out below) and it seems in the short span of time, CRLCRRLL’s reached a more fluid, comfortable and mature stage presence.

Young & Sick Glass Remix By CRL CRRLL

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