[Electro] Val Fleury – White Winter (Tuff Ghost Remix)

VAL FLEURY
White Winter (Tuff Ghost Remix)

There’s something hot that’s come out of the Val Fleury camp. This time it’s not one of her lovely originals, instead it’s a remix from the fellow Los Angeles creator Tuff Ghost. We’re only just over a month into the new year and there’s been a wild amount of remixes already, but this one is something special.

Tuff Ghost peaks over the top of a lot of remixes – a lot of them of mainstream songs – with her take on Val’s housey original. She takes things up a notch, blasting more bass into her flip giving the track an edgy quality. It’s not all energy though as Tuff Ghosts implements a solid groove throughout the song, making it easy to dance along to. Take it with you into the weekend and get those bodies in motion.

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Codes – Bumps (Stranger Remix) [TMN Premiere]

Codes
Bumps (Stranger Remix)

Stranger is heating up the dojo with his official remix of “Bumps” by Codes. The single is due out tomorrow through Psycho Disco on the remix pack for Bumps & Boom Bapps, but we’ve got you covered a day early with an exclusively first listen!

One things Stranger has managed to do over the past couple of years is establish a dynamic sound that can be taken in different directions. Here we get that breakbeat driven style with an extra dose of smooth, deep bass. This tech-influenced flip is just the kind of left-field treat you want to come sliding through for your festival season playlists. It’s the track that’s going to take you by surprise this upcoming Spring and Summer with its vicious grooves. Stream it today and check back here tomorrow to get a copy!

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[Multi-Genre] Michael White – Diamonds EP

Michael White is a need to know name if you don’t know it already. The Spaniard has been killing it over the years with his ferocious sound that isn’t contained within a single genre. Just take his newest release as evidence of that. Diamonds dropped on Firepower Records and is stacked with four hard-nosed hits.

First Michael starts things off with the heavy and unforgiving “Diamonds In My Mouth.” Then we’re hit with his collab “Make The Hit” with GARABATTO that comes with its hip-hop groove. “Moves” shifts things up further with its electro heat. Lastly, Diamonds is closed out with a Rob Gasser collab that sounds like a few songs jammed into one in the best way possible, fusing styles like few producers can pull off. All together, this project is a must have, so add it to your digital library today!

’Michael White – Diamonds In My Mouth’
’Michael White & GARABATTO – Make The Hit’
’Michael White – Moves’
’Michael White & Rob Gasser – Pleasure’
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[Electro House] PatrickReza – Follow Me Down

PatrickReza
Follow Me Down

Wherever PatrickReza goes, we follow. His latest track doesn’t break that streak either as we jumped right on board with “Follow Me Down” that recently came out independently. The electro house original is a ton of fun and has Patrick kicking off 2018 in style.

“Follow Me Down” is something you’d expect to be dropped during festival season, but Patrick dropped this one early to get everyone warmed up for the upcoming Spring. This one has enough sauce to last through Summer with its crafty basslines and lively vocal chops. Patrick has been killing it over the years and this year he isn’t letting up any steam. Make sure to grab “Follow Me Down” and add it to your playlist.

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[Deep House] Oxen Butcher feat. Syon – Good To My Soul

Oxen Butcher ft Syon
Good To My Soul [Disco:wax]

Oxen Butcher is on a new path and is celebrating the next step in his career with “Good To My Soul” featuring Syon. Released on Disco:wax, this deep house original is already making its way around the world thanks to its supporters including Sam Feldt, Tiesto, Swanky Tunes and many more.

“Good To My Soul” is a soft, chilled out record with silky vocals throughout its entirety. Oxen delivers an awesome production with his usual style, one that long time fans will recognize and new fans will admire. It’s not exactly the same though as he refines it with this one, something we’ll likely continue to see him do as his next songs come out. For now, enjoy this one!

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 282)

Take in a deep breathe. Relax, for now. It’s Friday, which means party time is coming. We’ve got the hookup on a whole host of free downloads that are here and waiting for the fun to begin. This week we’ve got twelve heaters from some of our favorite producers including Birthdayy Partyy, HVDES, Downlowd, Flapo, Thoreau and more, including a major flip from LUCA LUSH and Whipped Cream. This week is extra hot, so we’re skipping the pre-game and moving straight to the dance hits. We’ve got one word for you this week: ELECTRO!

’G Eazy – No Limit (LUCA LUSH X WHIPPED CREAM FLIP)’
’P!NK – Get The Party Started (Birthdayy Partyy Remix)’
’AWAY – Sleepwalker Ft. London Thor (HVDES Remix)’
Splash Damage – ‘BURNT TOAST’
’Downlowd – Enter The Maze’
’Conspiracy Industries – Bite and Run’
’MAKK x EXTANT – The Reaper’
’vaccid – Diamonds’
’Bebe Rexha – (Not) The One (Kaidro Remix)’
’Marshmello & Selena Gomez X Vincent – Wolves (Crystalize Remix)’
’Thutmose – WuWu (Flapo Remix)’
’Thoreau – Like We Used To (feat. Jeris)’
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[House] GODAMN – More Than EP

If you need some good ol’ house music, then look no further than GODAMN. Their new EP, More Than, is just what you need to get the weekend going strong. This double headlining project has been released through noir sur blanc, so the two tracks are currently available on digital platforms, as well as free downloads. You’ll want copies.

GODAMN start things off with “More Than Enough,” the more traditional single. Perfect for the club, the driving basslines and vocal will keep you energized until deep in the night. “Pretend” has a wild sound. You can’t help but to be attracted to its quick pace. Both tracks together make for a superb EP. Look for GODAMN to start making some big waves with these and what they have coming this year.

’GODAMN – More Than Enough’
’GODAMN – Pretend’
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