Unfortunately, the weekend is over. Those glorious two days of freedom have come to a screetching halt, leaving us bewildered, exhausted, and less-than-enthused to stare Monday in the face again. Copious amounts of coffee and a sugary breakfast snack might be your usual go-to at times like these, but today, we have something much more effective for assuaging your Monday blues.
Coming off of the upcoming album (3/31), “TASTEY” showcases the high octane, infectious, and grin-inducing nature of producer/multi-instrumentalist LA+CH. This tune in particular boasts a spectacular culmination of club pleasing beats, pop-infused vocals, and live instrumentation. Most notably, the percussion perfectly accentuates the heavily treated, repeating guitar riff, creating something that brings back fond memories of jamming out to Justice back in the day.
Make sure you keep tabs on this up-and-coming talent by following him on Soundcloud, facebook, and twitter. This album is one you won’t want to miss.
Just in time for your Saturday night festivities, Resident Artist Justin Jay has dialed up a tasty selection of groovy tunes that are perfect for whatever lies ahead. As you start to lock down your plans for this evening, press play on this bad boy and set the proper tone.
Whether you’re going out on the town, or just chilling at home, tonight’s going to be one for the books. At least, as far as the music is concerned.
Most Really Pretty Girls Have Pretty Ugly Feet
Down Since 92 (Studio Barnhus, BARN 006)
Jack J Something (On My Mind)
Boiler Room Debuts
Seven Davis Jr. One (Live Edit)
What About Our Weekend Adam?
Sing It Back (Herberts Tasteful Dub) 1999
Sex In The Kitchen
Soul Clap R. kelly
Measure 2 Measure
(GYM007): B1. Max Graef
Nr 05 (Out soon!)
It’s Friday and all we want is an excessive amount of beer, drunken nights out, and some free tunes to help keep our limbs moving. After missing last weeks FPP, we just want to apologize for making you wait an entire week for the next volume to come out. Hopefully this playlist suits all your party needs.
As always, #danceirresponsibly
Until next week, ninjas.
All Knas Everything (Trinidad James // Steve Angello)
Drop Top ft. Travis Porter (Party Favor & Meaux Green Remix)
All About That Bass (PAZ Remix)
Vans (Bleep Bloop Remix)
Keep It 100 (Statik Link Twerk Remix)
Pa7y X Overload
Evolution (Original Mix)
Reckless (Bobby Green Remix)
Mr. Collipark & Dirty Audio feat. DJ Kool
Mine (LYNOS remix)
KANYE (Instant Party! OG VIP Mix)
Spring Break (feat. The Rej3ctz & Dougie F)
Take Over Control (Sweekuh Remix)
Lupe Fiasco x Jill Scott
Daydreamin (ANGELZ g house Edit)
Gaze (Original Mix)
Keep On Walkin' Ft. Give In
Friday’s carry a bit of a dancefloor feel here around TMN what with our Friday Party Playlists (sorry for missing the last few!), and live shows galore on the brain for much of our staff. So needless to say, this writer’s choice day to feature some foot shuffling, soulfully smooth house music happens to be this one. Dirtytalks is the collaborative house project of Boulder, CO’s Sloane Peterson and one of Los Angeles’ quickest rising daughters of dance Bathhouse, and their latest tune “Keep On Walkin’” has been hypnotically wrapping its way around our heads all afternoon. Featuring vocal work from another bubbling L.A. dance purveryor Give In, “Keep On Walkin’”, strikes a delicate balance between garagey percussion, and a deeper side of house while simultaneously keeping intact a refreshing pop sensibility to serve as the perfect tune heading into the weekend. Join us, and listen to Dirtytalks’ lush house soundscape above.
Let Feel Alright (Original Mix)(INTHELOOP)
Lupe Fuentes has launched her new label, In The Loop Recordings, by way of “Let It Feel Alright.” Along with the pre-order comes a full preview for listeners to enjoy. Her deep/tech house style is intensely groovy, and after seeing her live recently, along with hearing this track there, we’re sold. Clubs have already been rocked by her original material, which includes a collaboration with Darryl “D.M.C.” McDaniels, and this particular single has received support from Tommie Sunshine, Crookers, AndDrop!, as well as many others. With such a bumping bassline and crisp hi-hat work, you can’t help but to move. Aside from getting you to move, this original is packed with a vocal for everyone to sing along to. Have yourself an early listen and remember; “Let it Feel Alright.” This upcoming original is due out March 2nd.
Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over the past year. We know you’ve have some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:
- Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
- Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)
Audien - Feb 26
Pompeii (Audien Remix)
Andy C - Feb 27
Andy C & Fiora ‘Heartbeat Loud (Andy VIP)
Martin Buttrich - Feb 28
Godspeed You (Martin Buttrich Remix) (Pete Tong Rip)
Discharge (Original Mix)
It seems like every week we’re writing up another gifted youngster. A few weeks ago, we wrote up the stunning rendition of Bon Iver’s “Blood Bank” from 14 year old Spencer Barnett, and today we’re enamored by another teen prodigy.
We tend to see these teen sensations more so in the electronic realm, and with good reason. The beauty of musical production in the 21st century is that anyone with a laptop, some software, and a background in musical studies can become a producer and possibly make a career out of it. It has been done by teenage all-stars Martin Garrix and Oliver Heldens, both who disrupted dance music trends with their signature styles. Spinnin’ Records hosted Martin Garrix’s chart-smashing single, “Animals,” and they may have their newest teen superstar with Curbi.
Today, Curbi‘s debut single, “Discharge,” was released on Spinnin’ Deeps’ Soundcloud after being previewed on Oliver Heldens’ Heldeep Radio Show. The 16-year-old British producer has truly polished production, and has apparently been paying careful attention to the recent surge in future house beats.
This rowdy club tune exudes a future aura immediately upon hitting the play button, and the UK producer takes fans on a space adventure complete with depth-defying synth stabs and ghostly bass wobbles. With a monstrous entry such as this, the sky’s the limit for Curbi and we will be watching him very closely to see how quickly his career blossoms.