[House] Mario Winans – I Don’t Wanna Know (Jerry Folk Remix)

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I Don't Wanna Know
Jerry Folk Remix

Oh my oh my! Check out this brand new Mario Winans remix by Norway-born producer Jerry Folk. Artists always come up with ways to be innovative and creative when it comes to remixes, and Jerry Folk certainly did the original song justice by adding his own spice to it. It is truly amusing to see how he turns the R&B classic into this housey goodness. The tune starts off with a vocal sample together with a heavy groovin’ synth melody that immediately catches your attention. Following an anticipated buildup, the beat drop steals the spotlight with this future house and disco fusion. The funky bass line to the drop is also a notable and deserves its own shoutout. There is no doubt it is an exceptional remix by an exceptional producer.

Signed under Next Wave Records, Jerry Folk is definitely an exciting artist to watch and making a name for himself as one of the front runners of the label. We can’t wait to see what he has to offer in the future. Make sure to download this awesome remix on his Facebook page here!

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[Deep-House] Indian Summer – Shiner ft. Ginger & The Ghost (option4 Remix)

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Indian Summer
Shiner ft. Ginger & The Ghost (option4 Remix)

After storming our pages last week with an utterly groovy remix of Sammy Bananas’ “Money Time” on Fool’s Gold Records, the underground street king of Denver Dance, option4, is back on yet another international tastemaking label, Australian based Sweat It Out, with a deep and glossy remix of Indian Summer’s “Shiner”. option4 rolls the cadence up a bit to suit what has quickly become a stellar signature blend of soul-fueled house and indie-dance while also slathering on a generous helping of punchy kicks and a swinging bassline to the original. With option4 creating such textured and danceable soundscapes with the refined ease and regularity of a twenty-year veteran while simultaneously dragging his fans into deeper waters; it’s no wonder why his layered remixes have been cropping up on some of dance music’s hottest imprints. We’ve been more than tickled with one of our favorite underground dance curators’ more emotive output as of late, and his “Shiner” remix is no different. Stream option4′s remix of Indian Summer’s “Shiner” above and equip that old sweat band (get it?) just in case.

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[Chill-Step] We Are Twin – True Love (White Cliffs Remix)

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We Are Twin
True Love (White Cliffs Remix)

While much of electronic music’s rising stars are cashing in on the influx of fist-pumping teens and college students flocking towards ‘big-room’ EDM tents at festivals and larger than life, build-up wielding stadium sized tunes; some purveyors of the widespread genre are busy crafting forward thinking, melodious arrangements and expressions. Such a case study is debuting beatsmith, White Cliffs. Rather than assaulting his listeners with the same production kits used within every inch of the mainstream dance community, White Cliffs’ remix of We Are Twin‘s “True Love” is a breath of freshly composed air which receives its luster from a slick two-step drum inflection, subdued high-end percussion and just an utterly gorgeous vocal from We Are Twins. For a premiere track, White Cliffs’ subtle use of vocal chopping resonates across like a true professional musician, keeping the original’s indelible energy intact while fully communicating an educated albeit understated electronic musical point of view. This one can be swiped as a free download here, and we’re highly suggesting you do.

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[Future Bass] Florence & The Machine – ‘You’ve Got The Love’ (Prince Fox Remix)

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Florence & The Machine
'You've Got The Love' (Prince Fox Remix) [Republic/Casablanca Records]

As we prepare for yet another weekend of pandemonium, we can’t help but get our Friday going with the latest from up and coming TMN favorite, Prince Fox. After gaining much support from his most recent releases, Prince Fox has racked up a substantial following on his social media outlets and has everyone biting at the bit for more music. We’ve been a fan of his since the earlier days of his coming and believe he’s giving us a peek into the future. Today we are stoked to share his latest Future Bass phenomena of Florence & The Machine’s “You’ve Got The Love”. Honing in on his signature side-chained synths, chopped vocals, and powerful progressive builds, Prince Fox has yet to fail us in his attempt to shine bright like a diamond (hmmm….remix idea?). So as you prepare for the festivities for the night, make sure to kick things off the Prince Fox way because you’ll definitely be feeling the love after a few more beers. Cheers, ninjas!

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[Progressive House] Odesza Ft. Zyra – Say My Name (Luke Shay Remix)

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Odesza Ft. Zyra
Say My Name (Luke Shay Remix)

We know, we know…there are at least 1,000 different versions of this song going around the internet. But hey! That’s what happens when a remix contest pops up on producers radars. Now that the official remixes have made their wave, up and coming artists like, Luke Shay, are biting at the bit to show the world how to take things to the next level. We here at TMN are big supporters of Luke Shay and we love how he is able to think outside of the box with Progressive House productions. Whether it be his Adventure Club “Wonder” remix or his most recent official remix of Jaymes Young’s “Habits Of My Heart”, Shay just knows how to infect us with a serious case of progressive feels.

Today, we are happy to share his entry for the “Say My Name” remix contest and it will guarantee blow your socks off. As soon as you press play, you are welcomed with a gorgeous piano intro that effortlessly progresses into a flawless chord progression full of emotion. At some point, Shay throws a curve ball with some trap-style snares and blends it perfectly with his signature synth breakdowns and Zyra’s mesmerizing voice. This has to be one of our favorite remixes and what better way to start your Friday off than with Luke Shay? If you dig this remix, be sure to vote for him here!

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Koyote – Scream For Another Brick In The Wall (Koyote ‘REDUX’ Edit) [TMN PREMIERE]

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Scream For Another Brick In The Wall (Koyote 'REDUX' Edit) J
Trick, Henry Fong, Eric Prydz

Hey there, ninjas. Are you sitting at home, slowly putting together your Halloween playlists? Well, if you’re anything like us, you’re probably doing just that, and we have a tune that’s sure to please the audible appetites of whatever dance floor you’re getting ready to own.

About a year ago, we posted Koyote’s original version of this, labeling it as one of the better mashups we’ve come across. Well, just in time for our favorite holiday, this Santa Barbara based DJ/Producer has thrown up his “REDUX” version, which makes good use of the “Scream” stems provided on Splice. As most of you know, Henry Fong and J-Trick are some of the first big artists to release their project file on the new sharing site, and producers, including Koyote, jumped at the chance to work with it.

Garnering support from Laidback Luke, TJR, Tommie Sunshine, DJs from Mars, and more, “Scream for Another Brick in the Wall (Koyote ‘REDUX’ Edit’) is a meticulous blend of different songs, including the legendary vocals from “Another Brick in the Wall.” It’s infectiously energetic, not only providing an unavoidable call to get up and boogie, but also ensuring that the crowd will be singing along to those unforgettable lyrics.

Big ups, Koyote.

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[Deep-House] Dirty South – Unbreakable (SNBRN Remix)

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Dirty South
Unbreakable (SNBRN Remix)

There might not be another artist who carries with them the skill and accessibility to showcase a sound that has dwelled for years in after-hours parties, warehouse venues and Europe in general, but L.A.’s SNBRN has brought an incredibly adept brand of deep, G and indie fueled House music to the masses like few other U.S. musicians could ever dream of. The deep-dance maestro returns to TMN with a highly refreshing take on house legend Dirty South’s “Unbreakable”, which has already earned the coveted support of Pete Tong on one of dance music’s leading resources, BBC Radio 1. SNBRN’s glossed the original tune up with a club leaning tool kit including a soulful, melodic, classic house piano chord progression with the deep swells of kicking bass that have permeated his addictive remixes since we first had the pleasure of gracing our monitors with the SNBRN sound. Let’s kick this Friday morning off with a little underground house varnish from one of our favorite producers around. Get your dancing sneakers.

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