[House] JRabbit – Give It To Me

Give It To Me

Moving away from his dubstep roots, JRabbit brings us something in the house realm through Thrive Music. “Give It To Me” has the producer bringing his quality sound design to more club-style music. It’s a little on the aggressive side as far as deep/tech goes, but it certainly pulls influence from those sounds. Things start off very upbeat, with a chopped vocal and piano stabs leading the way to the breakdown, where the build subsequently takes over. Eventually, we reach the point of no return and a hard bass pounds away through the speaker, creating a groove that you’d be hard pressed not to move to. We hope to hear more tunes like this from the Cali producer who has already had a lot of success in the bass game.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 7/2 – 7/4


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)
– Secret Ninja Pass is valid for ONLY Friday and Saturday shows

Arty - 7/2
Rain Man / Ghastly - 7/3
Rain Man
Make The Fire Burn
Dubfire - 6/27
Dubfire & Oliver Huntemann – Elements Series IV: Agua (feat. Xenia Beliayeva)
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[Tech-House] Whitney Fierce – The Night Air (Human Movement Remix)

Whitney Fierce
The Night Air (Human Movement Remix)

It’s only Thursday, but with The United States of America’s birthday only a couple days away, gosh darnit if it doesn’t feel like a Friday. And, for our intuitive readers who’ve followed us for over a few weeks, you may have noticed that near the end of the work and school week, we like to inundate our pages with tunes more suited to the club floor. So as the weekend spirit has already affected this writer and a few others here at TMN, we thought we’d get the ball rolling a little early and put on our boogie shoes now. And who better than to help aid these feelings along than one of our absolute favorite Australian exports, Human Movement? Last landing on these pages in May with “Stranger”, the pair of Blake Gilray and Edward Macdonald have been steadily supplying us with some of the grittiest club rompers we’ve had the pleasure of consuming all year. Today, Human Movement’s come through in the remix department with a wobble-infused take on Whitney Fierce’s “The Night Air”, and it was exactly what we needed to kick things off. Their remix, out on Rock It Science Labs, pulls the original into their more aggressive sector of club music with dark, sweeping pads, crunchy snare and a lovely house cadence. Quite simply, we can’t stop bumping this one. Join us and stream Human Movement’s “The Night Air” remix above.

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[Nu-Disco] Naxsy – Get On The Floor

Get On The Floor (Radio Edit)

The dance floor beckons many with her warm, siren song, but for some, they need an extra push to overcome social anxiety. Usually, a few adult libations will lend a helping hand, but an alluring song can work just as well. While we encourage a healthy combination of the two, we’re pretty damn convinced Naxsy just created something that work well without alcohol’s assistance.

This Parisian producer follows suit with other fellow countrymen in creating a true dance song, through and through. “Get on the Floor” features lovely bassline, sultry synth arrangements, playful vocal samples and layered guitar riffs, all of which make even the biggest anti-dancing curmudgeons get out and bust a move.

Pick this tune up on iTunes just in time for your holiday weekend by clicking here.

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Imagine Dragons – Shots (The Young Professionals Remix) [TMN PREMIERE]

Imagine Dragons
Shots (The Young Professionals Remix)

You know that moment when a song perfectly encapsulates the feeling you’re experiencing? It’s quite the phenomenon, often inciting things like spontaneous office dancing, random fist pumps, confirming head nods, toothy grins, and maybe even some enthusiastic hand claps. Well, Tel Aviv’s electrifying pop duo The Young Professionals has successfully made us do all the aforementioned actions, giving us the perfect soundtrack to carry us through the work day and into a long holiday weekend.

You’ve probably come across this act before, either from their dance-inducing originals like “All of It But Me,” or from any of their dazzling remixes of artists like Tove Lo, Tegan and Sara, Zedd, Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett, Moby, or Lana Del Rey. Whatever you’ve experienced with them, one thing is constant throughout: it’s downright infectious.

Today, we’re bringing you an exclusive first listen of their interpretation of “Shots.” The original Imagine Dragons‘ song already had an upbeat synth-pop soundscape, but The Young Professionals saw it dialed up a few notches further, bringing an 80’s dance tempo into the mix.

Paying an artful homage to the original, Ivri Lider and Johnny Goldstein ensure that hardcore fans of Imagine Dragons won’t turn a nose at a reconstruction of their favorite tune, yet ensured that TYP’s signature captivating style is all over it. Most notably is the absolutely wicked guitar solo that comes in just after the 2:00-minute mark, that may or may not make you wail out on your air guitar. If you get caught in the act, make sure to tweet them and let them know.

2015 looks like it’s shaping up to be a big year for The Young Professionals. Fans can expect a full album release later this year, as well as a slew of new remixes. Keep your eye on them by visiting their website.

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[Electro House] Victor Niglio – Witchdoctor EP

Victor Niglio

Victor Niglio just dropped a bomb with the Barong Family. His Witchdoctor EP is packed with four originals, including collaborations with Rawtek and Funky Craig. With the recent wave of jungle terror, Victor adds his own fuel to the fire with these productions that bring together electro house with the jungle style. Vicious synths burst throughout the entire EP, with each song offering up something a little different. All tracks were tailored for the festival experience, as the energy is off the charts. If you’re looking to rage your face off for nearly fifteen minutes, this is what you need. Stream it, or purchase it for yourself through iTunes.

Victor Niglio & Rawtek
Victor Niglio
Victor Niglio & Funky Craig
Victor Niglio
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[Progressive House] Morgan Page ft. Lissie – Open Heart (Disco Fries Remix)

Disco Fries
Morgan Page ft. Lissie
Open Heart [Disco Fries Remix]

A handful of remixes were commissioned for Morgan Page’s single, “Open Heart,” with Lissie. One of those remixes comes from the house duo Disco Fries who just recently started back up on reinterpreting tracks after a long string of originals. They ditch their usual electro sound for something more progressive and light to fans.

Disco Fries veer towards the traditional style, however they do not commit fully, giving their own take on a sound that can get watered down very quickly. Nick and Danny never seem to fail at bringing big tracks with quality melodies, which is just why top level artists like Morgan Page get them to remix their work. The full remix EP is up on Beatport, so check out the rest of the songs and purchase what you like!

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