Are you feeling overwhelmed at Miami Music Week? So many shows, so many parties, not enough time? Let us make it simple for you tonight young Padawans…go to Basement. Art Department, Dennis Ferrer, and Jimmy Edgar are offering to coddle you under their aural wings and whisk you away. Resign your mind from the ruckus when your pool parties are done. Kindly excuse yourself from the Ultra flock when the last fireworks have been ignited. Embrace a new experience where you can dance, bowl a spare, and stick a triple sow-cow all in the same venue. Resident Advisor’s first Miami party since 2010 is a rare and elusive ticket that will leave the insiders breathless and outsiders bridled. Grab your passes here and thank us tomorrow.
Dennis Ferrer Feat. Janelle Kroll
Mind Ur Step (Original Mix)
Dangers Of The Mouth (Jimmy Edgar Remix)
Miss My Love (CAZZETTE BOOTLEG)
After a year of dominating Beatport and Hype Machine, Cazette is muscling up and pushing things to the next level. This time they’re back with a sexy Chaka Khan bootleg to prepare for their upcoming tour, and headlining set at Ultra Music Festival. If you’re looking to add a lil groove to your week, this is the perfect addition to your playlist.
White Lies (Forrest Bumps Remix)
Since its release last year, Odesza‘s debut album has spread like wildfire receiving glowing support from the dance community. With its glimmering, unique aesthetic, In Return has also become one of the most remixed projects in recent history, further catalyzed by several remix contests run by the production duo themselves. The countless quality re-works that have been put out has made it hard, even for us ninjas, to keep up, but we stumbled across one of “White Lies” this week that we had to share.
LA-based producer Forrest Bumps, of the A Fish Tank collective, replaces the percussion with a steadily building house beat all the while chopping and re-arranging the vocals making for an intoxicating listen. It’s a re-imagination that, rather than completely change the vibe, retains the original’s grace while switching up the cadence in a refreshing way. Give this one a listen above and, if you’re digging it, give it a vote on Odesza’s “White Lies” remix contest.
Howdy ninjas! It’s Friday again. We all know what THAT means. Kick it off right with theses ten jams and be sure to #danceirresponsibly. Until next time, enjoy!
Roses (Peter Brennan & TCUP Remix)
Île de Luna (Original Mix)
Around Me (Trooko Remix) ( The Remixes Vol 05 )
Energy (Original Mix)
Goshfather & Jinco X FIrst Gift
Blithe (Original Mix)
Nicki Minaj x M.I.H.
Only (Salva Edit)
The House That Booty Built Ft. Cheldon McQueen
Pay For What (LUCA LUSH REMIX)
Louis & Prada MikeeyKrook & SickState
Up To No Good (Original Mix)
My Digital Enemy Vs Missy Elliot
Freak My Bassline Soundz
Brighton duo My Digital Enemy is delivering their newest free song to you right here with a Music Ninja premiere. The Zulu Records label head’s have gone and taken Missy Elliot’s “Get Your Freak On” and mashed it into their original “Bassline Soundz.” Just in time for Miami, this show stopper is bringing two things everyone likes together, being energy and Missy Elliot. With the recent Missy hype, I’ve heard a bunch of tracks that just toss in a vocal of hers essentially only for marketing purposes, because it surely didn’t fit with what they had. My Digital Enemy did the opposite, conjuring up a quality song that will have everyone getting their freak on. Have a listen and don’t forget to grab a copy!
Animal (Evan Gartner Remix)
After a largely successful remix of The Chainsmokers‘ “Kanye,” Evan Gartner continues his mesh of pop, tropical, and melodic house with a laidback remix of Racing Glaciers‘ “Animal.” This an inspired calm within this new tune, and the warm piano chords gently balance against the equally light percussion, allowing the vocals to really drive up the emotional value. There’s a fine line when tackling simplicity, and Evan has developed a definitive, but effective sound that catches your ear and gives you a chance to really feel something between the notes. Overall it’s a great tune, and Evan Gartner has been consistently putting out some swell new material. Grab the free download through Facebook here.