Ninjas! It’s that time of the week again. We highly encourage you to pour yourself a tall glass of your favorite adult beverage, crank up the volume, press play, and start boogying.
Odesza (VYGR Remix)
Get You Alone Feat. Jeremih (Primat Remix)
bad bitches by the pool
Dont Tell Em (Kasbo Remix) Ft. YG
America (Young Bombs Remix)
Karma Ft. Michele Wylen (Durkin Remix)
Revolution (Gylzey Remix)
Crazy (Lost Kings Remix)
Ol Lady (Lazerdisk Remix)
5 & A Dime
Wild (Original Mix)
Yogi ft. Pusha T
Burial (Skrillex & TrollPhace Remix) (G Buck Edit)
Bart B More
Share Your Love (Original Mix)
Bart B More is back with another EP, just one month after he released his Sam Nat Part One EP, and the first track is coming at you today. If you’re a long-time fan of this Netherlands-based producer/DJ, you know full and well he crafts sounds veiled in multiple different genres. Today’s release comes from the upcoming Sat Nam Part Two EP (coming April 20th), and it showcases the aforementioned much as ever. “Share Your Love,” boasts a laid-back, chilled electro sounds perfect to help you ease into your weekend.
We caught up with Mr. More to get some insight into this new tune and the rest of the EP. Check out what he had to say below:
TMN: Thanks for taking a moment to answer a few questions. First up, let’s talk about the track we’re premiering today, “Share Your Love.” It’s a bit of a departure from what people are used to. Can you talk to us about that a little bit?
BBM: It’s my pleasure, thank you guys for giving me the chance to premiere my new music! About ‘Share Your Love’ I can see how, from the outside, it might look as if it’s a bit of a departure from my usual sound. But the thing is I’ve always enjoyed making all kinds of different music, or different ‘genres’ if you will. What’s changed now is that I’ve finally gathered some courage to release it, even though it will probably confuse people. This is what my ‘SAT NAM’ project and my forthcoming LP is all about; breaking the barriers of sticking to one genre or sound just because it’s easier to package and brand, going ahead and really showing the other facets of myself as an artist.
Maybe (Dr. Fresch Remix)
Do you ever have those days where all you want to do is buy a 6 pack of beer, drink said beer, then roll up to a club and dance your ass away until dawn? If you answered yes, then you definitely know how to have a good time and we want to recruit you to be a part of our ninja squad. If you said no, then maybe it’s time you re-evaluate your definition of ‘fun’ because no one likes to party with a wallflower on a Thursday night – or any night.
Helping us channel our inner dancing diva is a long-time TMN favorite, Dr. Fresch. The Los Angeles producer has racked up an impressive amount of plays and followers over the course of a year and has undeniably paved his way to the forefront of today’s dance music scene. Today we are pleased to premiere with you the latest from Dr. Fresch and his remix of ‘Maybe’, off the official OWSLA Carmada remix pack.
After listening through this gem of a remix, we were pleasantly surprised with the level at which he has taken his artistic direction with his productions. At first play, we are welcomed with a sultry, seductive, and sensual intro that progressively builds itself up to a much darker and funkier Dr. Fresch esque breakdown. With his unique approach to this track, Fresch gives us a side of him we’ve never heard before such that he throws us a multitude of genre-shifting curve balls…and it all somehow manages to sound cohesive. One major curve ball comes toward us when we reach the bridge; after the first funky breakdown, our ears experience a much slower and more trapped out melody filled with sizzling snares, sexual snaps, and soothing synths. This genre-busting remix has a little bit of everything for every music lover and we just can’t seem to take our hands away from the repeat button. We guarantee you’ll be feeling some type of way after hearing this sensational new one from our friend, Dr. Fresch, so we recommend having 9-1-1 on speed dial because you’ll definitely need to revive yourself, ninjas.
Side note – if you’re headed to Weekend 2 of Coachella, make sure to catch Dr. Fresch tear a hole into the universe at The Do LaB stage TOMORROW night from 10:30pm – 11:45pm. You won’t want to miss that one.
Dirty Soul Music has quite the collection of “Timeless” music for you. Caroline Koch‘s deep original has been released with a handful of remixes from the likes of Tchami, That Man Monkz, Theodore and Ganzfeld Effect on the Timeless EP. With the styles ranging from deep and tech house to trap, this project is a solid come up for dance music lovers, especially those who dig a more intimate sound. “Timeless” has come to grip our attention in anticipation for Caroline’s debut album, which is sure to be full of dreamy vibes, just as her single is. All of the “Timeless” records are now available on iTunes for those of you who would like to make a purchase.
Timeless (Original Mix)
Timeless (Tchami Remix)
Timeless (Thatmanmonkz Basement Radio Edit)
Timeless (Theodor Remix)
Timeless (Ganzfeld Effect 6am Remix)
ON AN ON
Drifting (Duncan Murray Remix)
Get lost with Duncan Murray‘s new remix of the ON AN ON single “Drifting,” which was originally released March of this year. This seductive record is a minimalist’s dream, with a subtle arrangement that soothes the listener as though it were injecting Valium straight to your brain. For a song that is six minutes long, it surely doesn’t feel as so. Pretty much from the get go you get trapped in a sweet atmosphere that you’ll never want to escape. Duncan Murray created an escape of his own with this track, as it will wash away all the worries you have about your daily happenings. Aside from this being a baller remix, Duncan decided to be a baller and give this one out for free to fans. All you have to do is head to this link and your musical treat will find its way onto your hard drive.
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)
Note: This deal is only valid for the Sharam show..
Madeon - April 16
Pay No Mind (ft. Passion Pit)
What So Not - April 17
RL Grime x What So Not
Sharam - April 18
Cedric Gervais Feat. Ali Tamposi
Love Again (Sharam Acid Remix)
STINT X DiRTY RADiO
As Long As You're With Me
On one rainy day in Vancouver, “As Long As You’re With Me” was born. The musical combination of STINT and DiRTY RADiO are what created this substantial song. It has hints of indie, R&B, and electronic, making it widely accessible to listeners of all sorts. Usually when pinning down a tune that has a lot of emotion, there’s nothing really that can be latched onto as evidence as to why one particular song is more impactful than another, and the same goes for this song. Rather, the culmination of parts leads us to feel the vibes, which can even be said for STINT, who states he doesn’t like to listen to his own tracks. There’s an exception to every rule, and for his, “As Long As You’re With Me” is it. It’s one of those records that you just have to hear to enjoy, and enjoy you will. As of now, there is a limited free download, so get to it!