[Twerk] Snoop Dogg – Drop It Like It’s Hot (Tim Gunter Remix)

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Snoop Dogg
Drop It Like It's Hot (Tim Gunter Remix)

In my eyes, it’s pretty hard to remix such an anthem track like “Drop It Like It’s Hot” and do an amazing job. Not only did Tim Gunter do a great job, but he caught the attention of folks at Diplo & Friends- specifically Benzi. With a heavy brass section for the lead, and a fat 808 bass, this song will have you dropping it like it’s on fire. I typically don’t post anything except chill stuff, but how can I pass up Tim Gunter’s remix of “Drop It Like It’s Hot”. If you have a burning desire to drop it, then this Tim Gunter remix will help!

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[TMN Resident Artist] Arty spills his top 5 songs to get down to


We always love to hear our resident artist top five songs because each artist has a unique taste for what music they listen to when they aren’t working on their own stuff.

Arty has chosen five songs from different artists we all know and love so kick back and enjoy.

Audien – Hindsight
Pharrell Williams feat. Jay Z – Frontin’ (Disclosure Rework)
Above & Beyond – Blue Sky Action
Porter Robinson – Flickr (look for it at 6:37 in the mix provided)
Mat Zo feat. The Knocks – Get Down 2 Get Up
’Audien – Hindsight’
’Frontin’ – Pharrell ft. Jay Z (Disclosure ReWork)’
’Above & Beyond feat. Alex Vargas – Blue Sky Action (Radio Edit)’
’porter robinson – bbc radio 1 (2 hour essential mix)’
’Mat Zo ft The Knocks – Get Down 2 Get Up’
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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist Vol. 113


After a major scare this morning, I thought my entire life had just been washed down the drain. In other words, I thought I lost my cat but in all reality she was just being her typical cat self and ignored my desperate call for attention. Now that that’s out of the way, I can finally focus on getting all of you ninjas ready for the ultimate turn up this weekend.

With the Summer vibes in full force, the music seems to be getting hotter and hotter as the season progresses. I’m worried we might melt into the Earth’s core by the time we survive this heat wave and I blame it all on the music that’s been coming out these days. I have been doing my best to provide all of you with more and more F-I-R-E each and every Friday to help satisfy that burning desire to rage your asses off for 3 days straight.

I sure hope you can stand the heat for a little bit longer, otherwise you might want to stock up on some SPF so you don’t burn your face off. Seriously, go put some sunscreen on because this playlist is equivalent to a third degree burn.

Until next Friday, ninjas. #danceirresponsibly

’Leftside – Monkey Biznizz (HTTP & Dan Farber Remix)’
’Snoop Dogg – Drop It Like It’s Hot (Tim Gunter Remix)’
’RL Grime – Core (Dropwizz TWRK Edit)’
’Skrillex – Rio Hotel (Rami Ross SECOND Remake)’
’Borgore & Sikdope – Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse (Kennedy Jones Remix)’
’Popeska – Gimme Yeah (FREE DOWNLOAD)’
’JayKode – Kurura’
’Cash Cash – Take Me Home Feat. Bebe Rexha (REVOKE Trap Remix)’
’Shakira Ft. Rihanna – Can’t Remember To Forget You (DANK Remix)’
Rock & Clayton William Ft. Nayelli – Move It All Around (Original Mix)’
’Jesse Slayter – Thick (Foxsky Remix)’
’Bubblegum (Tropkillaz Remix)’
’EH!DE – Destroy All Humans (Ray Volpe Remix)’
’LAXX – Threat’
’Sevnty – Blossom’
’Martin EZ – The House of Bel
Air (Summer Anthem)’
’Carnage – Bricks (Dotcom Trap Remix)’
’XOXO – Syndicate’
’Seven Lions  – Stranger (We Bang Bootleg Remix)’




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Brian Cid Vs Schoolboy Q Ft. Kendrick Lamar – Collard Greens (Extinct Mix) [TMN PREMIERE]


We don’t know about you guys, but regardless of whether or not it’s the weekend yet, we still get that itch to go out on Thursday nights. This inexplicable need to get out and dance has long since been understood by the dance club community as they regularly bring in top-notch talent on Thursdays, leaving you tired, yet quite content come Friday morning.

No stranger to the club scene, Big Apple native Brian Cid has been producing since the young age of 14. After realizing the best way to get his music heard by the masses was going to be in the clubs, he learned how to DJ after having support on his original material from artists like Luciano, Guy J, Stacey Pullen and more.

Today we’re bringing you a deep, ominous and delicious track from this up-and-coming artist.  Rife with industrial undertones, this dance-floor delight features pitched-down hip hop vocals from a few names you’ll probably recognize. After listening to this song a few times over, we decided to ask Cid a few choice questions to get some more insight. Check out what he had to say below:

TMN: What drew you to this track that made you decide to remix it?

I am in the Hip Hop scene as I work with a lot of underground Hip Hop artists in the NYC area. I’ve been hearing about Schoolboy Q for a while and after checking him out I felt he was a good option for me to snatch his vocal and build a full dancy deep house track around it. Pitch it down or freak it, as we say, and throw it in the dance floor and see what happens. Schoolboy is an underdog coming up from the underground scene, and I saw myself in him. It all worked out great.

TMN: How is this remix different from your other remixes and/or original productions?

A lot of things can go wrong when you mix Hip Hop and House. There is a fine line between corny and dope. I wanted to make sure I was in the dope side of the line, so I experimented with some pitched down vocal effects and screws. I don’t really do many vocal tracks, so when I do, I try to do something special with them. I wanted to keep it extra funky and impact. This remix was designed for the club.


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We The Wild – Trampoline (LVLF Remix) [TMN PREMIERE]

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We’re almost through one hell of a week in music, and it looks like today isn’t going to provide any breaks. For that, we couldn’t be more grateful. Premiering here on TMN this morning, “Trampoline,” the alt-pop tune from UK based We The Wild has a whole new look, and it’s pretty damn catchy.

Ant West and Casey Roarty have one of those tales we see over and over in the music industry. Starting at the young age of 15, these two kicked off their musical endeavor at the age of 15, much like the indie rock giants Two Door Cinema Club. It wouldn’t be until 2013 that they began writing what we know as We the Wild, which launched with a self-written and produced EP, Vol 1. Following some tremendous success, we’re now on the brink of Vol II, which is due out July 28th.

“Trampoline,” has a somewhat laid-back vibe, instrumentally, which is paired up with an undeniable lyrical intensity. With calming breaks filled with unique percussion, the choruses are left to shine, leaving a lasting imprint in the listener’s mind.

Taking this tune in a whole new direction, while still maintaining it’s robust character is no easy feat, yet London/Los Angeles-based four-piece LOVELIFE (LVLF for short) have done just that. Adding in a melodic synth progression and some repetitious piano chords, “Trampoline” is bounced into a whole new world. While it takes on a stronger indie-pop personality, the utilization the original vocal stems and vocal percussion leaves an indisputable connection to the original.

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[Chill Trap] Zack The Lad – Mek Dem (Rvdical The Kid Version)

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Zack The Lad
Mek Dem (Rvdical The Kid Version)

Rvdical The Kid provides us with an ethereal trap flip of Zack The Lad‘s “Mek Dem”. I have been seeing a bit of buzz about Zack The Lad lately, and rumors tell that it’s an alias of the dubstep producer Trolley Snatcha. Not sure if Trolley was going for a rebranding, or if he’s been feeling chill stuff lately. Whatever the situation may be, we’re loving it. Rvdical The Kid is a favorite among the Flow-Fi collective, and the stutters on this track remind me a bit of his Flow-Fi fam P A T H. Originally from Cotonou, Benin (West Africa,) and currently located out of Maryland- Rvdical The Kid is an international mad man. I took a moment to chat with him, and asked him what inspires him to remix a song. “When it comes to remixes, what inspires me the most is when I completely understand where the artist was going with the song. So a remix for me is like… ‘why don’t we go this way instead?'” He definitely brought a whole knew light to “Mek Dem”, and I am loving the glitchy stuttered approach!

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[Future Bass] MØ – Walk This Way (Lido Remix)

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Walk This Way
Lido Remix

I think Lido might be an alien because everything he puts out is pure gold. He has an amazing taste in songs he remixes. People from Bill Withers to Banks have received the Lido remix treatment. His newest one is of , and Lido doesn’t stray away from excellence at all. One thing I’m really loving, besides the massive sub bass, is how he turned a crazy percussion pattern into the lead for the  first two drops. That percussion lead gives the song a racy feel that would be amazing to dance to in the club. After the bridge with the beautiful pitched vocals, Lido takes a different turn with the last drop. Lido creates an awesome spacial effect and changes the lead up to some seductive synth stabs. If I had to rate this song on a scale of 1 – 10 I wouldn’t be able to because a 10 wouldn’t do it true justice. Words like perfection can’t even describe Lido’s new remix. Whatever else he has up his sleeve, we’re excited to see it!

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