[Trap] Matoma & MAGIC! – Girl At Coachella Feat. D.R.A.M. (Crankdat Remix)

Matoma & MAGIC!
Girl At Coachella Ft. D.R.A.M. (Crankdat Remix) ⚙

If you follow our Friday Party playlist, then you’re well aware of how Crankdat likes to turn things up. He’s been one of the best remixers of the past several years, grabbing some of the hottest tracks and making them even hotter. He’s just done that again with his official remix for Matoma and MAGIC!’s “Girl At Coachella” featuring D.R.A.M..

With this remix, we get a heavy dose of hybrid bass. Crankdat straddles the line between trap and dubstep with his savage re-imagining of the soft-skinned pop single. Now, “Girl At Coachella” has an edge it never would have gotten from the original creators. Want a copy of his remix? Get it on the digital store of your choice today. Crankdat will soon be releasing his first solo original single as well, so prepare yourself for that however you need to.

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Post Malone – Congratulations (DEUX Twins Remix) [TMN Premiere]

DEUX Twins
Congratulations (DEUX Twins remix)

The DEUX Twins are back releasing music and we’re here to give you a first listen in the dojo. In honor of their return, they’ve released a free download of their remix of “Congratulations” by Post Malone. You’ll be sure to hear this in their sets this Summer, including their highly anticipated set at HARD this Summer.

If you haven’t heard “Congratulations” then you must have been abducted by aliens or lived out in the wilderness. DEUX Twins started with a hit and ended with a hit. Their melodic remix is even more memorable than the original, with a catchy drop that isn’t going to be leaving your brain anytime soon. As we said previously, you’ll be hearing this in their sets, but don’t expect it to be listenable solely through them, as many DJs are likely to be hopping on this heater in a hurry. Enjoy the first listen today and join us in hoping these two keep up the releases throughout the rest of the year!

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[Multi-Genre] Feder – Back For More The Remixes EP

Feder‘s “Back For More” is a fresh one, but he didn’t stop with his own single. In comes Back For More The Remixes EP, complete with three takes of Feder’s futuristic original featuring Daecolm. The EP has come via Big Beat, so you know you’re getting some quality remixes.

If you haven’t checked out the original, we’ve included it below to kick off the tunes. To kick off the remixes, we must seek Mr. Belt and Wezol, whose vibrant house flip officially leads us into the EP. This may be our favorite, but don’t let that dissuade you from continuing, as the next two remixes are hot hot hot. Betical kicks up a future meets house hybrid that is tasty to the ears. Rrotik’s darker remix gives a brand new feel to the song that none of the others have. If you’d like the remix EP, go on to iTunes for a copy.

’FEDER “Back For More”‘
’Feder “Back For More” feat Daecolm (Mr. Belt & Wezol Remix)’
’Feder “Back For More” feat Daecolm (Betical remix)’
’Feder “Back For More” feat Daecolm (Rrotik Remix)’
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[Electronic] Trey Songz – Nobody Else But You (Mozado Remix)

Trey Songz
Nobody Else But You (Mozado Remix)

“Nobody Else But You” by Trey Songz got a cool remix by the Boston beatmaker Mozado. Mozado has been a name that came on our radar recently with his host of top notch remixes of songs from artists like Usher, Beyonce, JLo and Ashanti.

For Trey’s song, Mozado keeps the soulful R&B feel, while adding a bit more groove and sway to the mix. Although the original is a good song, Mozado rivals the original and takes the sound even further. If Mozado doesn’t get commissioned to produce some of these legendary artists’ songs soon then we’d be surprised. Mozado’s sound fits well with the underground/mainstream crossover, making him a dynamic creative that can make it to the top. “Nobody Else But You” in its new form has been released as a free download, so grab it!

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[Electronic] Two Friends Ft. Cosmos & Creature – Out Of Love (Sean Turk Remix)

Sean Turk keeps the heat coming with a remix for Two Friends. The duo’s collaboration with Cosmos & Creature got a sweet makeover from Sean himself, who shows us a new side to his sound with this single.

Released as a free download through Spinnin Records, Sean’s version of “Out Of Love” is a genre-defying hit. It doesn’t exactly fit neatly into one box, unless that box’s label has two thumbs up on it. Sean’s usual bedroom bass sound, a take on future, has seduced us, but he’s been giving us some variation lately that just goes to show where he can take things if he so chooses. Sean Turk remains one of the brightest new talents and this remix is just one of the many reasons proving that.

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Jolliffe – Codeine Hate Cloud (Luke Hassan Remix) [TMN PREMIERE]

Codeine Hate Cloud Remix
Luke Hassan Remix

As the weather heats up, we’re all on the hunt for top-not dance records we can hold onto throughout all our summertime adventures, from road trips, to pool parties, to late-night kitchen dance sessions. Luckily for us, Birmingham-based beatsmith Luke Hassan has dialed up one hell of a clubby remix that’s sure to keep you grooving throughout the summer.

This interpretation of “Codeine Hate Cloud” is inherently groovy, pushing forward through pronounced percussion. We’re particularly thrilled with the inclusion of the tropical steel drums, which help counter-balance the dark, haunting vocal samples and synths. The bassline is heavy, which will serve this number well in the club, not to say that it shouldn’t be played through your $20 Bluetooth speaker either. Sometimes the best dance-offs are had surrounding one of those.

If you’re digging this piece of work, we highly recommend checking out the original number, crafted by the newly-founded Jolliffe. Dropping on Rui Da Silva’s Kismet Records, this track, and three others encompass his debut EP, which offers up a myriad of field recordings, sampled drums, and moog synths.

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RHAIN – Tall Ships (Henry Green Remix) [TMN Premiere]

RHAIN
Tall Ships (Henry Green Remix)

UK-based songstress RHAIN caught the music world’s attention in 2016 with her enchanting, eerie voice and inventive lyricism. “Tall Ships,” the closer on her debut EP, Oscar November Echo, is a gorgeous, somber reflection on the passage of time and moving on. Today, we’re excited to premiere an equally powerful remix from Henry Green, one of our favorite up ‘n coming producers/vocalists.

Green’s take on “Tall Ships” holds a similar feel as the original but takes a completely different angle. Green lures the listener in with a 4-note piano loop accompanied by inching percussion and a faint guitar. Just before dropping into pure bliss, RHAIN’s vocals take center stage–the only time when you can make out the lyrics. The remainder of the song interlaces and layers her voice with subtle percussion taking full advantage of its emotional depth. That beautiful repurposing makes for a listen that’s sure to melt away the stresses of the week. Get lost in this one above.

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