filous – Knots feat. klei (MOUNT Remix) [TMN Premiere]

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Knots ft. klei (MOUNT Remix)

October 2017 saw the release of filous‘ EP For Love. February 2018 is seeing the release of For Love (Remixes) that includes a stunning flip from the Austrian producer MOUNT. He took on “Knots” featuring klei and brought it straight to the dojo to premiere to you today!

Released today through Ultra Records, this cool, crisp remix is just what you need to end the week on the right note. MOUNT playfully reworks the original’s pieces into a new frame with his own flair. The future coated melodic treat jumped its way to the top of our playlists for the upcoming festival season and it likely will do the same with you. Enjoy your exclusive first listen here!

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[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]

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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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[Hip-Hop] Kendrick Lamar – DNA. (Yung Bae Remix)

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DNA. (Yung Bae Remix)

Yung Bae came through with a steaming remix of “DNA.” by Kendrick Lamar. His tasteful take doesn’t put himself first, which is not how most producers go about putting together a remix. Instead, he works with Kendrick’s vocal to come up with something incredible.

There’s no leader here, just two artists in tandem. Yung Bae replaced Kendrick’s instrumental with his own, one that doesn’t take drastic measures at being an BANGER EDM REMIX, but it is for sure a banger. His groovy beat is masterful, putting your body in motion with ease as though it was your body’s only natural response to it. Kendrick’s vocal is used throughout, instead of simply in the intro/breakdown/build and Yung Bae flexes his hip-hop sound, something we hope rappers hop on soon. Yung Bae’s where it’s at. AND, this one dropped as a free download.

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[Future Bass] Saint Slumber – Getaway (Modern Machines Remix)

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Getaway ( Modern Machines Remix )

Modern Machines has come in clutch with a superb remix of “Getaway” by Saint Slumber. The official remix is going to be your track of the week, the one you keep coming back to day in and day out.

From indie to future bass is how “Getaway” has transformed in the hands of Modern Machines. His melodic take soars with its bright synths and clean vocal work. Modern Machines has been moving to this sound after being fluent in the house game. Since moving from there to expand his palate with new genres, he has managed to impress us more and more. We’re looking forward to hearing what else he’s got in store for 2018.

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[House] LondonBridge – Sound Of The Underground: The Remixes

LondonBridge has arrived with Sound Of The Underground: The Remixes and it is a house head’s dream come true. This collection of three remixes is just the right mix of sounds to augment the already spectacular original “Sound Of The Underground” that dropped on the EP with the same name.

If you haven’t checked out the clubby original, we’ve got you covered below alongside the remixes. First we start out with TYPE3‘s electro infused beast that has the most oomph on the project. Morelia comes next with an undeniably unique take that is unlike most of the house music that comes through the dojo. Lastly Zendlo takes us home with a deep and techy flip to round out the EP. All together these are just the remixes that LondonBridge’s original needed. What makes this project even better is each remix is available as a free download!

’LondonBridge – Sound Of The Underground’
’LondonBridge
Sound Of The Underground (TYPE3 Remix)’
’LondonBridge
Sound Of The Underground (Morelia Remix)’
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Sound Of The Underground (Zendlo Remix)’
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Fatboy Slim – Bird of Prey (Aston Shuffle Remix) [TMN Premiere]

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Bird Of Prey (The Aston Shuffle remix) PRIVATE PREVIEW

This Friday, January 19th, prepare for an epic match – and we aren’t talking about Mayweather vs McGregor. Fatboy Slim, an iconic name in the producing world is taking on some of Australia’s finest with Fatboy Slim vs Australia, a remix album releasing on Skint/BMG. Artists featured on the album include LO’99, The Kite String Tangle, Set Mo, Carmada, Sam La More, Northlane, and the duo we bring you tonight: The Aston Shuffle.

“Fatboy Slim is one of those names that is so legendary, you’d be mad not to say yes if the opportunity arose to work on something he is a part of. It was so great to be able to remix one of his songs, we hope we did the song justice!”

The Australian duo introduce us to their darker side with late night feel compared to the slightly lighter original. Around the 3:30 minute mark we’re introduced to even darker bass cuts, a sound that certainly deserves a spot on a track list for those after-hour events. Enjoy the exclusive first listen and make sure to pre-order the album here!

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