[Indie Dance] BOiCE, Feline – Soaking Lovers

BOiCE, Feline
Soaking Lovers

There’s so much music out there it’s hard to keep track of it all, which is why you come to us, but even we’re not perfect. We let this little gem by BOiCE and Feline slide by us since its release about a month ago, but now we’re sharing “Soaking Lovers” with you.

Together these creatives hit us with a smooth indie dance treasure released on One of Us Records. Its unique style is instantly captivating, grabbing hold of your ears with an effortlessly fierce grip. “Soaking Lovers” is a great record for this time of year with its subtly dark sound. To get away from the cold and the aches and pains of normal life, cuddle up and throw this one on repeat! Want a copy? Grab one from digital stores today.

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[House] Nightcall – Let You Go

Nightcall
Let You Go

You won’t be letting go of Nightcall’s new single anytime soon. The duo’s original “Let You Go” is a magnificent piece of feel-good house music. They do everything right from top to bottom, bringing in acoustic elements into the mix alongside delectable electronic ones.

“Let You Go” drives forth with a chilled vigor, a sense of cool that is not an easy thing to manifest in a song. On top of the bustling beat, a strong vocal topline will be heard and chances are high you’ll be singing along to it. 2018 has just started and we’re putting this near the top of our favorites list so far. Expect more to come as “Let You Go” is Nightcall’s debut single!

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[Electronic] Hotel Garuda – Dancing On The Moon (feat. Lemaitre)

HOTEL GARUDA
Dancing On The Moon (feat. Lemaitre)

Without fail, Hotel Garuda has demonstrated a mastery of making music you can groove to, and their latest collaboration with Lemaitre fits the bill yet again. “Dancing On The Moon” marks the duo’s first release with the NYC-based record label Mom + Pop and manages to inject a little bit of summer swagger into our playlists as we head into the winter. No matter the weather, these four have constructed a lively coalescence of pop, nu-disco, and house that can instantly brighten up your day the moment you hit play. The funk is strong with this one, and “Dancing On The Moon” finds Hotel Garuda at a point in their career where it truly feels like they are making the music they’ve wanted to create all along. On top of the new release, they’ve already begun their Dancing On The Moon tour with support from SAINT WKND, GEOTHEORY, Kidswaste, and Daktyl, so be sure to catch them in your city on the dates below!

Dancing On The Moon Tour – TICKETS

11/4/2017 – Tampa, FL (Ritz Ybor)
11/9/2017 – Los Angeles, CA (Fonda)
11/10/2017 – Santa Ana, CA (Observatory)
11/11/2017 – San Francisco, CA (Regency Ballroom)
11/16/2017 – Portland, OR (45 East)
11/17/2017 – Seattle, WA (Showbox)
11/18/2017 – Vancouver (U Hall)
11/30/2017 – Washington, D.C. (U Street)
12/8/2017 – Edmonton (Chvrch Of John)
12/9/2017 – Calgary (HiFi Club)
12/14/2017 – Brooklyn (Schimanski)
12/15/2017 – Toronto (Velvet Underground)
12/16/2017 – Montreal (Astral)

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Hot Chip DJ Mix September 2017 [TMN Premiere]

Hot Chip
HOT CHIP DJ MIX SEPTEMBER 2017
Perhaps one of the most iconic live electronic outfits operating in any capacity of the music world today, London bred synth-pop superstars Hot Chip, have long been a shiny apple in both this writer’s, and TMN’s eyes (or ears for that matter). In advance of a looming November U.S. DJ tour, two of the Hot Chip’s gangs most formidable members, Joe Goddard & Felix Martin, have put together a healthy amount of tunes to tune your cochlear cavities in advance of what will no doubt be a bevy of eclectic sets from the pair. Their latest mix flirts with slices of R&B, reggaeton, soul, synth-pop, jazz and indie including a handful of effective groovers and obscure tracks from the likes of Addison Groove, Roman Flugel, and Omar S ft. Nite Jewel, all through the scope of a dancefloor, and they’ve come up aces with another worthy addition to their mix catalog. The tracklist for Hot Chip’s latest DJ mix can be found below, as well as all dates dotting their forthcoming U.S. tour. For our stateside friends with a pension for uniquely programmed, genre jumping dance parties, don’t miss Felix & Joe’s DJ iteration of the group coming in November.
Hot Chip (DJ tour) featuring Joe Goddard and Felix Martin:
Nov 10th || Output || Brooklyn, NY
Nov 11th || Lot 613 || Los Angeles, CA
Nov 15th || Terminal West || Atlanta, GA
Nov 16th || Club Here I Love You || El Paso, TX
Nov 17th || It’ll Do || Dallas, TX
Nov 18th || Smart Bar || Chicago, IL
Nov 19th || U Street Music Hall || Washington, DC
Nov 22nd || Mezzanine || San Francisco, CA
Nov 23rd || Fortune Sound Club || Vancouver, BC
Nov 24th || Neumos || Seattle, WA
Check out the full tracklisting after the jump.

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[House] JackLNDN – Bones

jackLNDN
Bones

“Bones” by JackLNDN was somewhat unexpected since he just recently dropped a remix for Ben Phipps. There’s no stopping him though, he’s always got something hot tucked under his sleeve. Released on Deux Trois, this original is one of the dojo’s favorites from his catalog.

JackLNDN is well regarded as one of the smoothest producers around. When he drops something, you know you’re getting into something cool, crisp and clean. His signature sound is not something that gets old, it’s got a timeless feel. It’s no wonder that Pete Tong’s co-owned label backed this beautiful single. “Bones” has got it all and it comes just in time for your Fall playlists. Grab a copy or add it today through digital stores.

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[House] Ben Phipps – Mrs Mr ft. Lizzy Land (JackLNDN Remix)

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Mrs Mr ft. Lizzy Land (JackLNDN Remix)

Ben Phipps‘ single “Mrs Mr” with Lizzy Land was a nice change of pace from the usual Summer releases. Lizzy’s powerful performance was one of the most memorable of the season and Ben’s electro-infused instrumental was grade A. Now all the components that made the song great have been flipped by JackLNDN.

As smooth as the original was, this one is even smoother with Jack’s groovy, infectious sound. He gets down with a housey take with a deeper, more modern sound than the original. Ben’s was a more a classic, Euro electro sound, whereas JackLNDN delivers his usual fresh, contemporary club sound. This is a track you’re going to want to grab a copy of, or at least add it to your Spotify playlists for Fall. If either of those are what you’re looking for, head over to the track’s platform page today.

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[House] Maya Payne – Something We Once Knew (PatrickReza Remix)

PatrickReza & Maya Payne
Something We Once Knew (Remix)

“Something We Once Knew” is Maya Payne‘s most recent original work. It’s something worth checking out and so is PatrickReza‘s take on the track which we have for you today.

Released as a free download, this remix sees Patrick going back to the house genre, except he dives into disco with this edit. “Something We Once Knew” went from alternative pop to a nu-disco style record with one flip. Patrick can tackle any genre he sets his mind to and it’s nice to hear something different with this one. Every time he drops something, it’s worth the listen and the buy. Although it’s been released as a free download, it is still available on digital formats for those looking to support!

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