Maximono – Introducing: Amsterdam Selections Mix [TMN Premiere]

Maximono
Introducing: Amsterdam Selections

The German label This Ain’t Bristol recently teased their compilation album Amsterdam Selections complete with fourteen tracks. Songs on the project come from such producers as Wongo, Volac, Hood Rich and many more including the European act Maximono.

Not only did Maximono release the single “Trippy” on the album, but topped everything off with the Amsterdamn Selections Mix. The thirty minute mix showcases the compilation through Maximono’s ears with clean cut precision. If you’re a house head, then this mix is going to tickle your fancy like no other. Tomorrow, October 12th is when the compilation will be released in full, so check back online here so you can add the album to your digital library!4

Tracklist:
01. Anomon -­ Hello, Hi!
02. KZN -­ Talking
03. Maximono – ­Trippy
04. Josh Brown – Malfunktion
05. Endor -­ Robotics
06. David Keno ­- Flip Flop
07. Wongo ­- Mars
08. BYOR ­- Call Me Up
09. MKJAY & Lowdown ­- Afterhours
10. Volac & Proxy -­ Supa Low
11. Hood Rich -­ Work It
12. Mike McFly & The Schmidt -­ Rollin’ Up
13. Nick Olivetti & Tough Love – Jenny
14. From Drop Till Dawn -­ The Bass

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[House] KREAM – Decisions (feat. Maia Wright)

KREAM
Decisions (feat. Maia Wright)

The Slettebakken brothers KREAM made a whole lot of great decisions when creating their latest record. “Decisions” with the ever so talented Maia Wright. Together they designed a certain hit that has been released by Big Beat Records.

“Decisions” isn’t shy, it gets going in a hurry. Maia Wright’s vocal is just a black hole of beautiful tones pulling you in. KREAM’s bubbly production bounces between various styles with the introduction being much more poppy and vibrant, while in the breakdown we get a trappy R&B cut. With the main meat of course we get the perfect blend of house. It all plays together extremely well for another jam from KREAM.

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[Denver Event Preview] TMN Presents: Aaron Bordas w/ Robotic Pirate Monkey – 9/21 – Larimer Lounge

TMN Presents
Aaron Bordas @ Larimer Lounge - Denver, CO

Over the past five years in the city of Denver, we’ve had the pleasure of putting on some of the most memorable and eclectic slate of electronic, indie, rock and hip-hop shows that the Mile High City has ever seen under the ‘TMN Presents’ banner. From bands and artists including the likes of Hayden James, The Knocks, Small Black, Teen Daze, Autre Ne Veut, ASTR and loads more; it was high time that we shifted our focus to the bevy of incredible local talent that Denver and Colorado as a whole have to offer. And so, it is with great anticipation that we unveil our next ‘TMN Presents’ night as we bring ascending Denver based Techno/House producer & DJ Aaron Bordas with special guests Robotic Pirate Monkey to the always welcoming and ultra raucous Larimer Lounge on Friday, September 21st.

With numerous local accolades under his banner and opening credits under some of electronic music’s most exciting names across a slew of genres, Aaron Bordas has rapidly risen from an excellent main-support act to a formidable headlining force in not just his home city, but the Western U.S. as a whole. 2017 saw the budding artist headline numerous clubs, enrapturing droves of fans in the process while pushing the boundaries of his production catalog as well with a release on Quite Right and two more in 2018 “11:16” and “Memory Lapse” in collaboration with fellow Colorado producer Dynohunter. The head of Aaron’s hypebeast is surely his excellent track curation and buzzed about shows, which have us and those who have witnessed a DJ set so excited for this show. To tune your ears in advance of our next showcase, be sure to check out Bordas’ mix series Reason and eclectically selected live sets as well.

It wouldn’t be a ‘TMN Presents’ night without at least a few of our fellow Ninjas in the building, so we’re gearing up to give away not one, but TWO pairs of tickets to Aaron Bordas’ show on September 21st, and entering is beyond simple. Just comment below (click on this post if you’re still on our front page) with the tagged friend that you’d want to take and BOOM, you’re entered.  For those who’d rather guarantee their entry, to which we HIGHLY recommend, grab your tickets from the link provided here. Until then, stream “As We Are” by Aaron Bordas above, help us spread the word, and we’ll see you all on the floor!

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 305)

Unfortunately we don’t have another long weekend ahead of us, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy ourselves. Today is Friday and we’re saying goodbye to the week and entering into a time where we recharge our batteries whether through relaxation, partying or a mix of both. Given the fact that you are reading this now, we’d have to venture a guess and say you want to party at least a little bit. To aid you in your endeavor we’ve gathered twelve free downloads, as well as a new track from Notixx that we just had to include despite it now following our free download rules. Other records come from creatives like JEANIE, Statik Link, JACKNIFE, LondonBridge, Matroda, Jace Mek, and many more including a collaboration between PEEKABOO and G-REX. Enough talking though, let’s party!

’YOOKIE – BASSQUAKE FT. JEFF KUSH (JEANIE FLIP)’
’PEEKABOO, G
REX – Babatunde’
’Nonstop (Statik Link Remix)’
’Notixx – Let Me Go’
’Habstrakt – Vibin (JACKNIFE Recut)’
’Matroda x Jace Mek – Kicks’
’LondonBridge – Sex Machine’
’Khalifa Cyrus – I Found’
’Matroda – H8TERS’
’A Boy & A Girl – Burn It To The Ground’
’INF1N1TE – Overrun’
’PIERCE – Death Note’
’Casey Jones x BARE IT – Today’
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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 304)

It’s a holiday weekend in the states, so we’ve got a whole lot of extra music for you today. As usual, we’ve got twelve free downloads for you to enjoy over the weekend. Some of these tracks come from talents including benny mayne, Birthdayy Partyy, Jace Mek, PARTY THIEVES x GLADEZ, Midnight Kids and many more. On top of these singles, we’ve included mixes from two of our favorite females WHIPPED CREAM and J Worra. All in all, you should have more than enough music to get your party on over the holiday. Enjoy, stay safe!

’benny mayne – devil in a dress’
’Illenium – Chosen You (Birthdayy Partyy Flip)’
’4B – Ice Cold (feat. Megan Lee) (Jace Mek Remix)’
’Kalipzo – I Like Cake Ft. Naz Tokio’
’90 Miles – Back Around’
’Dropshop – Bass Life’
’PARTY THIEVES & GLADEZ – DEATH BLOW’
’Badrapper & NXSTY – Catch My Vibe (Ft. ALLDAMNDAY)’
’Doctor P – Tetris (SUB
human Remix)’
’Midnight Kids – Find Our Way feat. klei (Night Drive Edit)’
’Destiny’s Child – Say My Name (Ashur Remix)’
’LIONE – Glimmer (tofû remix)’
’WHIPPED CREAM @ SHAMBHALA 2018’
’J. Worra – Dirtybird Campout West Mix Series’
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[House] Beyonce Ft Jay Z – Deja Vu (Seelo Bootleg)

Beyonce Ft Jay Z
Deja Vu (Seelo Bootleg)

Edmonton based DJ/producer Seelo is back with a bootleg of Beyonce and Jay Z’s “Deja Vu.” Opting for a dark bassy vibe, Seelo cooked up a club ready remake. Coming off opening for Tchami in Calgary, Canada, and with big news to announce for his upcoming releases, Seelo’s bootleg is a freebie to all the fans while we wait for new original music.

Dark and deep is how Seelo likes his house music, reminiscent of Malaa, Tchami, and Oliver Heldens’ style. It’s in Alberta, West Canada, where he’s become a fixture in the underground electronic music scene, with releases on Canadian label AtomicSky Recordings, and support from Don Diablo and Judge Jules on his official remixes for Like Mike, and Adam K. You get a strong taste of his style here, which has us ready for more.

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[Deep House] New Mystics – Sparrows (Bobby Nourmand Remix)

New Mystics
Sparrows (Bobby Nourmand Remix) (Radio Mix) [DITN]

Bobby Nourmand has been unveiling original after original for a while, but today we’ve got an official remix of his to share. “Sparrows” by New Mystics got a musical makeover by Bobby, who dropped this flip on his label, Deep In The Night.

Bobby’s own dark brand of deep house is evident throughout all his tracks, including this one, however he shifts things into a different gear. In keeping with his deep aesthetic Bobby plays off what we expect while also adding in the addition of new soundscapes. It makes for not only a great remix, but a fantastic piece of evidence as to just what Bobby can do. He’s got more tricks up his sleeve so stay tuned for more!

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