[Deep House] Ferdinand Weber x Shoffy – Lonely Up Here

Ferdinand Weber x Shoffy
Lonely Up Here

Time and time again, Ferdinand Weber has showcased his knack for melding soulful vocals and deep vibes into slick house productions made for dance-floor and lounge alike. More than that though, he knows how to capture key lyrical moments throughout a track and use his irresistible blend of beat and groove to create an addictive echo in the listener’s mind. His weapon on this occasion is the enchanting voice of LA based songwriter Shoffy, and it’s one he wields with skillful poise. Together with some clean guitar integration and his trademark pulsating style, ‘Lonely Up Here’ is another solid addition to his growing list of stellar tunes.

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Live City – Switch EP [TMN Premiere]

Live City

It has been a cool minute since we had work from Live City. After going through some member changes, Ethan now being the sole contributor to the act who has a special premiere for us today. Despite having this change, Live City is moving on ahead without distraction. The new free EP, Switch, is proof of that, along with a change of style.

Switch is comprised of three singles, with rapper Bizzy hopping on the Eastern influenced track “Kama Sutra.” With the other two tracks we get more dancey, upbeat styles, however “Kama Sutra” makes for a nice change of pace. “This Is A Test” kicks things off with a bassy breakbeat sound that is too fun not to rage to. “Dope Shit” is within the breakbeat realm as well, but Live City goes for a more club style with less bass. All three tracks are certified fire, so make sure to download the EP through the link above.

Live City
This Is A Test (Original Mix)
Live City
Kama Sutra (Ft. Bizzy) (Original Mix)
Live City
Dope Shit (Original Mix)
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[House] FK Panda – Remember The Feeling

FK Panda
Remember The Feeling [FREE DOWNLOAD]

About three years back, we had the chance to fall in love with U.K. house duo Panda; specifically their record “All I Can Give”, which was released on Bondax’s Just Us label (which unfortunately has been defunct for about two years now). In the time since, the London/Plymouth stationed pair have worked with highly notable dance imprints including tastemakers like Toolroom, Kitsune, and Black Butter; while today -with a freshly revitalized moniker, FK Panda, and more streamlined, jackin’ underground house sound- sees their latest single, “Remember The Feeling”, placed as a free download through Love & Other Records. The re-branding as FK Panda seems to have reignited a burning flame within the two, as “Remember The Feeling” carries one of the heavier and most club directed house backbones we’ve heard them ever employ. Their debut single as FK Panda rolls on top of a shuffled hi-hat, rumbling kicks, backing piano stabs as soulful as Marshall Jefferson could have envisioned back in ’86, and one of the catchiest vocal samples the house game will see this entire year; highlighting the twosome’s keen grasp on proper club structures while keeping intact their unique playability. Needless to say we’ve got our full Ninja stamp of approval all over this one, and with past support already coming from the likes of Pete Tong & Annie Mac, we think you’ll have an easy time giving yours as well. Stream FK Panda’s “Remember The Feeling” above, and grab the free download from their Soundcloud here.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 157)


Party people, congregate; the weekend is here! Along with this weekend comes the 157th edition of the Friday Party Playlist, topped off with works from Tisoki, Trentino, DJ Drew and the one and only Space Laces. As the Summer heat continues to turn up, so do we. Although this playlists starts out on the chiller side, things get steadily energized until the very last song. May your weekend be blessed with those close to you, maybe a little tequila for today’s holiday, and some quality music. But, we have you covered on that last bit. #danceirresponsibly

My Pet Monster
Transmissions From Uranus
Cant Feel My… (DJ Drew Remix) // DOWNLOAD
Ryan Collins
Mind Cntrl
Bust Em Up (Original Mix)
Dekku X Patches & Cream
Bump It
Say It Aint So
Redemption (Original Mix)
Malik Bash
8Er$ & Ronaissance
Let Yourself Go
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Chris Lake’s Travel Playlist [TMN RESIDENCY EXCLUSIVE]


There’s no doubt in anybody’s mind when it comes to DJs traveling. Often having multiple shows, in multiple states, on the same day, these veterans of land, sea, and air travel rack up more miles than most people could ever dream of.

As many of you already know, a solid playlist, a good pair of headphones, and continuous streaming music is a must for any trip, whether it be for business or pleasure. With that in mind, we had our Resident Artist for July dial up his favorite travel tunes for your listening enjoyment.

Now, all you need is a plane ticket. Maybe it’s time to look up some last minute weekend trips.

Brame & Hamo – Ghetto For You
Vangelis Kostoxenakis
The Chief
B2 Frits Wentink
Alina Baraz & Galimatias
Hayden James
Something About You
Bill Withers
Who Is He (Henrik Schwarz Edit)
TroyBoi Feat NEFERA
On My Own
Go (feat. Q
Tip) by The Chemical Brothers (Recorded on BBC Radio 1 with Annie Mac)
Seb Wildblood
Noshi (Ft. Kelly Lee Owens)
Two Fingers feat. Noisia
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[TMN Mix Premiere] Dr. Fresch Presents ‘The Prescription’ 004: Shaun Frank

The Prescription
Dr. Fresch The Prescription 004: Shaun Frank Guest Mix
It’s no secret that over the years we’ve become quite enamored with L.A. House assailant and Prep School Recordings co-founder  Dr. Fresch and his entire band of raucous cohorts. After releasing some of our favorite dance cuts last year including official remixes for Carmada and of Jason Burns’ “Lightweight”, Dr. Fresch has been tuned into his latest project, The Prescription, a semi-monthly mix series featuring both a half-hour mix from Dr. Fresch and a special guest half-hour spot from Dr. Fresch’s steadily expanding multitude of talented friends. The groove forward series has already featured worthy entries from the likes of SNBRN, Ghastly and Wax Motif while today sees a huge successor to that aforementioned trip with Toronto based producer Shaun Frank taking the reigns. Whay resulted was one of the best hours of dance music we’ve had the chance to feature here on TMN, with over thirty tracks from some of our absolute favorite dance artists including Disclosure, Zeds Dead, Crookers, Watermat, Moguai, Borgeous and of course loads from Shaun Frank; and we couldn’t be happier to share it first with our Ninjas. Especially on our favorite day of the week to distribute that hot-as-fire dance content. So check out the entire tracklist below, grab the full download here, sit back, or in this case stand up, and get your footwork on to The Prescription‘s 4th episode above.
Dr. Fresch Tracklist
Dr. Fresch – Superfreak
Dom Dolla & Go Freek – Define
Hotfire – Bitches
Zeds Dead -Bustamove
Chris Lake & Anna Lunoe – Stomper
Project Bassline – Drop The Pressure (Jack Beats ‘Rinsed Out Rave’ Remix)
Disclosure – Bang That
Goshfather & Jinco x 1DAFUL – ID
Candyland x Lodge 21 – ID
Preditah – Selecta
Drezo – Heaven
Astronmar & Wuki – How We Live
Crookers – What Up Y’all
Aylen & Baewatch – How I Roll
Sleepy Tom – I Want Your Soul
Shaun Frank Tracklist
Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank – Shades Of Grey Feat. Delaney Jane Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank – Shades Of Grey Feat. Delaney Jane (Antoine Delvig Remix)
Calvin Harris & Diciples – How Deep Is Your Love
ID – Want You So
Fono vs Sander Van Doorn – Oh Amazing Bass (Shaun Frank Edit) Shaun Frank – Time
Kiesza – Take Me To Church (Shaun Frank Remix)
Shaun Frank & Vanrip – All About
Grace feat. G-Eazy – You Don’t Own Me (Shaun Frank Remix)
HI-Lo – Renegade Mastah
Kanye West vs Jungle – Busy Earnin All Day (Shaun Frank Edit)
Jill Scott – Golden (Royce Remix)
Watermat & Moguai – Portland
Dropout – Slowly
Rezz – Plague
Borgeous & Shaun Frank – This Could Be Love ft Delaney Jane (Fada & Morden Remix)
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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 7/23 – 7/25


Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over two years now. We know you’ve had 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. See you on the dance floor.

The M Machine - 7/23
The M Machine
Just Like
Noisia - 7/24
Two Fingers feat. Noisia
The Crystal Method - 7/25
Over It (Featuring Dia Frampton)
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