[Electronic] San Holo – I Still See Your Face

San Holo
I Still See Your Face (Official Music Video in Description)

San Holo is making his return to The Music Ninja with yet another stunning masterpiece, “I Still See Your Face.” The new release is undoubtedly following the path towards the same massive success seen with his previous originals like “Light” and “The Future.” But this time, the bitbird head honcho throws quite a large curveball at listeners. Known for enlisting vocalists that perfectly complement each track he’s put out thus far, “I Still See Your Face” showcases Holo’s vox for the very first time and boy, we are definitely not disappointed.

The song stays true to the Dutch producer’s signature brand of sound as it features a buoyant, enrapturing melody constructed by youthful synths and chimes. “I Still See Your Face” will be the first single on the second Gouldian Finch compilation album. Also make sure to peep the official music video here.

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[Electronic] Autograf – Sleepless In NYC

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Sleepless in NYC

It’s been some time since we’ve posted about electronic trio Autograf, but they’ve made it back on our radar with their brand new release. “Sleepless In NYC” is an irresistible jam that you’ll want to bump on every road trip. The dreamy, euphoric production makes for the perfect backdrop to the singer’s ethereal vocals, which are later greeted by an unexpected and lively drop. What catches our attention most with Autograf’s latest is the divergence in sound compared to their previous works. “Sleepless In NYC” is definitely a step in a new direction for them and leaves us on the edge of our seats as we eagerly wait to hear what they have in store for us next.

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[Electronic] Kid Froopy – Drive Slow

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Drive Slow

Two words should get you excited and those two words are Kid Froopy. Just last Friday he dropped a new single on Deadbeats Records called “Drive Slow” that is an absolute jam. Turn up your speakers, strap in and get ready.

Despite it’s name, “Drive Slow” gets quite peppy and energetic. The thing about the energy is that it’s more about the vibe than being about the power. Groovy and infectious, Kid Froopy brought out all the stops to make this one of his best singles, which is saying a lot. Unique is something that always comes to mind when this kid puts out a track and that is without a doubt the case here. You need a copy of this, so head over to the digital store of your choice for one.

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[EDM] Control S x Sweet Female Attitude – I Quit (Radio Edit)

Get ready for a super fun track from Control S and Sweet Female Attitude. “I Quit” is something you won’t be quitting anytime soon. It’s got a little bit of everything you want in a good dance track, but to sum it up: “I Quit” has undeniably good energy.

The vibe on this one is on point, as much as we hate to use the fluffed term “vibe.” However, once you give this a listen you’ll see exactly what we mean. Exciting, invigorating and memorable, “I Quit” will be a song you come back to again and again throughout the years. Control S and Sweet Female Attitude work together without any hiccups for a huge release that we’re hyped on and we think you will be too.

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[Electronic] Cashmere Cat – 9 (After Coachella) ft. MØ & SOPHIE (KRANE Remix)

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9 (After Coachella) ft. MØ & SOPHIE [KRANE Remix]

“With this one I sat down, didn’t overthink it and just had fun…” -KRANE via Pop Crush

Fun is the first word that comes to mind when listening to this record. Krane has taken the unique production of Cashmere Cat, the vocals of MO and style of SOPHIE and turned “9 (After Coachella)” into something completely original. This rising producer does a fantastic job of incorporating his own sounds of synths and hints of trap, separate of Cashmere’s funky plucks that permeate the original version. The flip creates an excitement and energy that is surely going to be found throughout the rest of the festival season. To top it all off this remix is available for FREE download here.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 252)

Last weekend was just too crazy with Electric Forest and EDC going on. This weekend, round two of Electric Forest is here and we’ll be out in the wild if any of you readers will be there too! Whether you’re traveling to EF, anywhere else or just chilling in your own town, we’ve got music to take your weekend to the next level. There has been so many great tracks released and many of them were free downloads. We’ve collected our favorites and shared them below. Tunes from MYLK, VenessaMichaels, LEViT∆TE, Rad Cat, Luca Lush and more can be found. We end things with some harder tracks, including a metal-infused Sullivan King remix of one of the most iconic bass tracks of all time. Listen through them all and have a great weekend! Festival goers… stay hydrated!

’MYLK – Summer Day ft. Tom Sloan’
’Get Busy (VenessaMichaels Remix)’
’LEViT∆TE – Black Mass (feat. Fuse 808 Mafia)’
’blackbear & lil aaron – escalade (rad cat remix)’
’American Boy (VALENTINE & Sophie Meiers Cover) feat. Rob Araujo’
’Beyoncé – Party Ft. Andre 3k (Mozado Remix)’
’Alexander Lewis & Brasstracks – All of the Lights’
’Ginuwine – Jump On It (Nova Black Remix)’
’MIDNIGHT CITY (Luca Lush Remix)’
’Jameston Thieves x TWO OWLS – Last Laugh’
’Planet Purge (Felmax & Tigers Remix)’
’Yellow Claw – Hold On To Me Ft. GTA (Kompany Bootleg)’
’Bass Cannon (Sullivan King Remix)’
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[News] The Mile High City’s Nightlife Scene is Getting an Upgrade

I’ve had the ultimate pleasure of witnessing the evolution of Denver’s nightlife scene over the past 17 years. From the 16+ nights at the old Trax location, to the continual growth of dance music pillars like The Church, Beta, and Vinyl, to all of the “not-to-be-named” underground shows, I’ve truly seen it all.

Over the past few years, as the Mile High City has exploded with implants from all across the country and world, I’ve been anticipating the arrival of a new player in the game. And, according to my sources, that day has come. While the details are murky, at best, all accounts are pointing to a well-established nightlife group out of the Bay Area moving into a long-term lease somewhere in downtown Denver. The club promises to bring a level of production on par with other top-notch dance destinations, complete with world class talent, in an effort to redefine the growing landscape of places to get your groove on.

Stay tuned for more details. This is something you won’t want to miss out on.

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