[Breakbeat] hitorie – kaze hana (JLV Remix)

Sony Asia’s one-of-a-kind subsidiary Sacra Beats continues to astonish with another official anime remix, this time from JLV. The Netherlands producer took the Dance Dance Dancseur ending theme and flipped it into a club-centric heater.

JLV keeps some iconic components of the original while breathing his own signature into the mix. It’s a fun take on an original that has that archetypal style that has come to define much of the music in the anime and gaming industries of the East. JLV joins the likes of Slushii, josh pan, Weird Genius, Shaun Frank and many others on Sacra Beats. If you’re a fan of anime and dance music – following them is a MUST.

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[Electronic] ClariS – Careless (Slushii Remix)

The prodigious producer Slushii is back together with Sacra Beats, formerly Sakura Chill Beats, for another massive anime remix. This time he takes on “Careless” by ClariS which many will recognize as the opening theme song from season 2 of Magia Record.

Slushii’s take on “Careless” is a bubbly midtempo record that takes influence from numerous genres including future, pop, moombahton and more. It’s a fun record that even English speakers are going to sing along to as they dance away to Slushii’s synth heavy production. It fits perfectly with the style of ClariS’ original and makes for one of the more unique remixes in the Sacra Beats ever-growing catalog.

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[Future Bass] KANA-BOON – Silhouette (Tokyo Machine Remix)

Sony Music Asia has a new endeavor that is proving to be quite the cultural powerhouse. Sakura Chill Beats is Sony’s new Youtube channel where they are highlighting talent from across the world by giving them the exclusive opportunity to officially remix some of anime’s biggest hit theme songs. Their latest is from Tokyo Machine, who took on KANA-BOON’s hit song “Silhouette” which is the theme for the internationally acclaimed Naruto.

Tokyo Machine delivers a smash hit of a remix that certainly lives up to the legendary status of the original song. We totally understand that music in another language can be hard for some to enjoy, but Tokyo Machine really did a number on this one and created something that sounds so fun that it’s hard not to enjoy. So go on ahead and drop this one into your gaming, driving, partying or whatever other kind of playlists that you got rolling.

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The Knocks – R U HIGH (ft. Mallrat) [SUNDRESS Remix]


If you’ve been paying any attention, you’ve likely noticed that I haven’t posted anything in well over a year. In fact, very few people have posted on TMN recently. We won’t get into reason why, as today we’re focusing on why we, or rather I am back with another post.

Call it serendipitous. Call it kismet. Whatever you label it with, it’s a strange and rather comical reason why I’m here, writing up a song. It all started four nights ago, as I was watching the Nuggets’ playoff game, enjoying a cocktail, and scrolling through NBA twitter. In a moment of jubilation, celebrating the Nuggs somehow stopping Dame Lillard from sinking an endless amount of threes, I tweeted something snarky. That snark (seen below) was followed up by a brutal ratio from a guy named Jack–a Trailblazer fan and one half of the Portland-based SUNDRESS.


After a bit of playful Twitter sparring, we both followed each other, and came to find out that he had read TMN in high school. And, that I was a big fan of what Jack and Khal were making.

So, that’s why we’re here today, taking a peek at their latest release, a remix of long-time TMN favorite The Knocks‘ latest tune, “R U High?” Loaded with vibes for days, this flip of what was originally a moodier piece is reimagined as more of a warm weather take. Driven by well-sampled vocal cuts, and a fresh lead synth that walks the line of feeling trop, without going overboard, this stellar remix is primed for this weekend’s Memorial Day pool party.

This is SUNDRESS’ third release, but more are on the way soon. I recommend following them across your favorite social channels and staying tuned in. I’ve had the pleasure of previewing it, and they’re pretty damn fantastic.

I guess the only thing I have left to say to these two is Go Nuggets. See you on Twitter for the rest of the series.

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[House] Codeko – Woke Up (Chochos Remix)

Codeko
Woke Up (Chochos Remix)

The California to Arizona duo Chochos has come forth with their debut release. They’ve launched with a remix of Codeko’s “Woke Up” and released it as a free download for new fans to grab if they wish.

From the start the duo establish a fun tone with some wild sounds and bustling percussion that lead us into the heat of the party. Chochos went all out for this party popping flip. It is reminiscent of the festival-centric electro house from the big room era. These two bring that sound forward to now and stamp their feet down firmly as an act to watch out for in 2019.

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[Electronic] Donna Missal – Keep Lying (Sapphire Adizes Remix)

Donna Missal
Keep Lying (Sapphire Adizes Remix)

Sapphire Adizes returns with another big remix. For those unfamiliar, he is a saxophonist, producer, and singer-songwriter who draws on his background in classical and jazz to create symphonic electronic tracks rich with experimental textures, ethereal vocals, and powerful sax and piano performances. This time around he stepped it up a notch and flipped Donna Missal‘s record “Keep Lying,”

The up and coming musician proves himself to be someone to keep your eye on in the future with this detailed and powerful Donna Missal remix. Stay tuned for new music, this is only his second release to date so I assume he is sitting on a ton of more music!

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 307)

Ready to dive into a whole swarm of free downloads? Good, because you’ve found yourself in the right place. Even if you’re not a downloader, you can get all the aural satisfaction you need simply by streaming the goodies we have to share with you today – and we brought some extra treats ahead of Halloween week. Tracks this time around come to us from such producers as PatrickReza, HVDES, Modern Machines, Kompany, Pixel Terror and many more. With a total of fifteen records in the collection, you’ve got plenty of heat to keep you warm this weekend. Stay safe, party on!

’Nazariff – Mania’
’Illenium – Crawl Outta Love (ft. Annika Wells)(PatrickReza Remix)’
’Black Tiger Sex Machine – Beast (HVDES Remix)’
’KAUTION! – Stay The Night’
’Steve Aoki & Nicky Romero – Be Somebody ( Modern Machines Remix )’
’DMA’S – The End (Yvng Jalapeño Remix)’
’Nine Inch Nails – March Of The Pigs (Saint Punk Remix)’
’Jay Dunham – Critique’
’Black Tiger Sex Machine x Apashe – Replicants (Kompany Remix)’
’Pixel Terror & AWAL – KINGDOM’
’SPAG HEDDY – ERNSTIG (PIERCE REMIX)’
’Oolacile – Galorm’
’Myth’

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