[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 310)

Love may be in the air still from Valentine’s Day yesterday, but we’re clearing out the space for bass. This week’s playlist is slam packed tight with some incredible records; fans of electro / electro house will especially be keen on what we’ve got for you today. Some works from this week come to us from HVDES, Lizzy Jane, Birthdayy Partyy, Saint Punk and more, including two records from the Gold Digger label family. All in all there is twelve releases, plus a hefty mix to close things out from the one and only JEANIE. Over this lovely weekend you should easily be covered with the tunes you need. Click play, share with some friends and enjoy!

’Kaskade – Disarm U feat. Ilsey (HVDES Remix)’
’Crash (Lizzy Jane Remix)’
’Jeremih – Birthday Sex (Birthdayy Partyy & Goodsex Remix)ūüéĀ FREE DL ūüéĀ’
’Music Sounds Better With You (Petey Mac Remix)’
’Skrillex, 12th Planet – Right On Time (Davilla Remix)’
’PEEKABOO – Motion (IVARR FLIP)’
’Arrested Youth – My Friends Are Robots (Saint Punk Remix)’
’Donkong – Watch Your Six’
’8er$ – My Cup Ft. Miss Understood’
’BLOODY BEETROOTS – WARP 1.9 FEAT. STEVE AOKI (HELLBOUND! REMIX)’
’Styles&Complete – SMOKE’
’Heavy Pulse – Hostile’
’JEANIES BOTTLE VOL I’
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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 309)

It’s been a while since we last came together to get the weekend started right, but WE’RE BACK! Kicking things into gear right we brought all the best free downloads from the past week, with a few extra goodies we missed during our hiatus for a total of TWENTY tracks. Which means your weekend will be jam packed with hits from the likes of JINCO, Teknicolor, KANDY, Barely Alive, Parker, Boogie T and so many more. We even included some records that weren’t quite jiving with our site’s converted player, but we couldn’t not share them with you. We’ll be back to getting the party going every Friday, so enjoy this playlist and check back next week for more!

’JINCO – Love Is A Miracle (Feat. Svnah)’
’Cesqeaux – Too Easy (Teknicolor Flip)’
’Ryan Forever – Nasty (FREAK ON Remix)’
’HVDES x ATLAST – MIND CONTROL’
’Fish Scale & Qlank – Hands’
’Narkoleptik – Dank Sauce’
’Gwen Stefani – Yummy (KANDY Remix)’
’Barely Alive – Be Mine’
’VAMPA – Chillin, Killin’
’SubDocta – Beasts Below’
’The Chainsmokers – HOPE (Parker Remix)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons VIP’
’CRaymak & KTRL – Rise Up’
’Boogie T – Money’
’LA ROUX – IN FOR THE KILL (PURGE REMIX)’

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[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 137: Indie Finds, Buku and Beats

Music Ninja Radio is a weekly podcast recorded and broadcast live on San Francisco’s BFF.fm  from 4-6PM PST every Friday. 

Music Ninja Radio
Episode #137: Indie Finds, Buku and Beats

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This week Ninja Clayton joined us briefly to preview Buku Festival and share some of his favorite artists from the lineup. With those eclectic selections mixed through out, the remainder of the show focused on a few random indie finds, new hip-hop and closed with an hour of diverse, soothing selection of electronic tunes.

Buku festival is coming up March 22nd and 23rd (find our full preview here). Also, make sure to follow Clayton’s company Cadence and Cause who are partnering with the festival for some special fan experiences benefitting a local NOLA charity.

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[Event Preview] BUKU Music + Arts Project – New Orleans – March 22-23

Nestled right in the heart of New Orleans, BUKU Music + Art Project is a wildly unique festival experience. It has the culture of a boutique event, coupled with the organization and production of a large-scale event, topped off with a diverse and eclectic line-up. On top of all of that, it’s in one of the best cities for dining, partying, and history. Unlike other festivals, located in remote forests and deserts across the US, this is one event you can definitely plan a full trip around.

We went down last year for the first time and couldn’t quite find the words for our experience. It’s culturally relevant, musically intriguing, brimming with top-notch art, and has a world of opportunities after the lights go off. It’s unlike anything else out there.

With that being said, it should come as no surprise that we’re heading back down this year. As we’ve seen in years past, the lineup is artfully crafted, boasting a thoughtful collection of all sub genres of dance, a dash of Top 40, some killer hip hop artists, as well as guitar-heavy emo rock, with Mayday Parade and Dashboard Confessional.

If you’re still on the fence, we recommend tuning in to Music Ninja Radio on BFF.FM this Friday from 4-7PM PST. We’ll be dedicating the first half of the show to everything BUKU.

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[EDM] Juicy M vs. Subshock & Evangelos – Psyhaus

Juicy M vs. Subshock & Evangelos
Psyhaus

Now, the term “EDM” isn’t something we like to use to describe a record as a whole, however if we wrote psytrance and bass house, you might think us crazy. You might think Juicy M and Subshock & Evangelos crazy for making a track that smashes those sounds together, but they did it anyway and it’s a heater.

Released on Spinnin Records, the aptly named “Psyhaus” is basically two tracks in one. At first I thought it was a mash-up, but turns out this original came hot out the studio as is, sewing together two genres you wouldn’t really expect to hear together in this fashion. They took a risk and it worked out because this all out barrage of energy is just the kind of weird, unexpected thing dance music needs right now.

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[House] Big Beat Ignition – Detroit

Big Beat Records is known for pumping out some of the most relevant dance music to date from a major subsidiary. They continue their tasteful sounds by sharing their own compilation of some of the best and brightest up-and-coming producers out of Detroit. Continuing on with their tradition of the ¬†Big Beat: Ignition¬†series having gone to¬†Ibiza, Paris and Amsterdam, the newest installment brings it back to the USA, namely Motor City ‚ÄďDetroit. The album includes tracks from¬†acclaimed artists¬†such as¬†Vanilla Ace, Siege, and Mike Vale,¬†and rising stars like¬†Rebuke, Kydus,¬†and Nico Cabeza.¬†With one goal in mind, to¬†showcase and highlight music from their music creators, from the up-and-coming to the established, Big Beat shares this latest one. Full tracklist below.

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[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 132: No Words Allowed Pt. 2

Music Ninja Radio is a weekly podcast recorded and broadcast live on San Francisco’s BFF.fm  from 4-6PM PST every Friday. 

Music Ninja Radio
Episode #132: No Words Allowed Pt. 2

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As end of year lists are continuing to come together, I decided to bring back the No Words Allowed theme that Dom & I explored all the way back on Episode 15. To that end, enjoy 2 hours of instrumental music spanning vibey guitar-driven gems, weirdo experimental electronic, smooth hip-hop beats and left-field house. – ash

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