[Bass] ZHU – Superfriends (Just A Gent Remix)

Superfriends (Just A Gent Remix)

Aussie young gun Just A Gent has been reaping the rewards of his ambition of late, winning accolades, gigs, and a growing fan-base all before his age lets him legally enter a club. The rising producer has set the precedent for all the other aspiring talents out there and continues to push the bar with every new original and big name remix he creates. His latest statement in his own progression comes in the form of this huge take of ZHU’s ‘Superfriends’, and this one is set to cause the biggest stir yet. Preserving the menacing tone of the intensely deep original track, he kicks things up a notch in signature bass-heavy style. It’s genre-bending music at its very best, and exactly what we love about every new release from the surprising young gent.

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[Melodic Trap] Arty – Up All Night (Slander Remix)

Up All Night (Slander Remix) [OUT 9/9 ON INSOMNIAC RECORDS]

After a wild weekend of hearing all about everyone’s FYF experiences and suffering a serious case of FOMO (Google it), we have been a bit bummed about not attending this years festivities. After all, what’s a festival without a ninja there to turn things up a notch or two? Now that we’ve recovered from such sadness, we have been listening to some tunes to pick our spirits back up; we’ve currently been stuck on the latest track from heaven trap/deep house duo, Slander. The two producers took on an Arty mainstage feeler, “Up All Night” and ultimately sent us to synth heaven with this remix. With this being their first release off Insomniac Records, Slander has proven that they are about to stir up the dance music community and we’re excited to be apart of the mixture.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 118)


Is it just us or did this week fly by way too fast? Hopefully time starts to slow down with it being Friday and all because we want to take advantage of every waking moment from now until Monday (yuck). So before you start wrapping your head around the notion that Monday is only a few days away, just remember that you have an entire weekend to get weird with your friends with some sick ass beats to help you out.

So in preparation for making it out alive, we put together a chronological list of what you need to do to make this weekend worthwhile -



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With that said, we’re off to the store to go get some beer; we’re not turning down for anything tonight.

Until next week, ninjas. #Danceirresponsibly and shake what yo mama gave you.

DJ Sliink X TWRK X Green Lantern
Trifecta (If You Dont)
Pegboard Nerds
Katy Perry
This Is How We Do (Brillz Remix)
Zeds Dead
This is Why Im Hot (LUZCID BooTLeG)
2 Pac
Changes (Gazzo Remix)
Gent & Jawns
No Flex Zone (Styles&Complete Remix)
Gin N Chronic
Ed Sheeran
Sing (Jauz Remix)
Wonderwall (Sava&Razz Remix)
On & On (TCTS Remix)
G Rex X Dane Brennan
Bounce (Original Mix)*
Satisfy (Kayzo Remix)
Deorro & D!rty Aud!o
Hit It (Party Thieves BishWhet Bootleg)
Gravity (EFF3CTS Festival Trap Remix)
Turn It Down (Koyote short Edit) Krunk! // Kaskade
Frankie Sanchez & TheCasaBrothers
One Girl (MxM Bootleg)
JayCeeOh & Made Monster
Go Harder 2.0 (Original Mix)
Triad Dragons
Destruction (Original Mix)
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[Future-House] Mary J. Blige – Family Affair (Pakem Edition)

∞ Pakem ∞
Mary J. Blige ∞ Family Affair (Pakem Edition)

Another work week is almost in the books, and yet another young producer has been added to our radar of ‘ones to watch’ through the tail end of 2014. Seemingly popping up out of nowhere on our Soundcoud feed was this groovy little remix of Mary J. Blige’s timeless “Family Affair” from 19 year old French electronic producer Pakem, and it held our undivided attention from the jump-off. Pakem’s remix fuses a hollow future tipping bassline with a neo-garage soul and sensibility we haven’t seen exhibited since hearing Disclosure’s early demos before they were signed to Greco-Roman. While not much is currently known about our newest electronic crush, we’re certainly going to be all ears as his already mature library grows. As an even sweeter bonus for your Friday, Pakem’s giving this one away on the house, so be sure to snag a copy here before the weekend kicks into high gear.

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[TMN PREMIERE] Rae Sremmurd – No Flex Zone (Styles&Complete Remix)

No Flex Zone (Styles&Complete Remix)

Sometimes being a ninja can be a little exhausting, however, we never let this creative fatigue get to our heads, ESPECIALLY when we have a track that will undoubtedly make you want to take advantage of Hump Day in the dirtiest way possible. We aren’t here to hit you in the feels, so save the tears for another day and go put your twerking shorts on because we are about to take hyphy to the next level with the latest Styles&Complete remix of Rae Sremmurd’s anthem, “No Flex Zone.” After hearing this festival banger we could not stop flexing – so FAIR WARNING – you will flex and there’s no way you can resist the temptation.

Styles&Complete took this radio hit and threw on some booty bass, some wanky chopped horn synths, and solidified it all with some heavy hitting drums strong enough to punch you in the face. These guys obviously looked this track straight in the eye and said “we are about to violate the shit out of you and people will lose their minds once we’re done,” because this remix just permeated our skin with straight heat. You might need to go stock up on some fire extinguishers or at least go take a shower after exposing your senses to such filth because Stlyes&Complete will make you feel grimey as hell. Overall, this remix certainly met our expectations and in turn we just signed up to take booty bouncing lessons in order to perfect this artistic form of self-expression.

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[Melodic House] Hafdis Huld – Lucky (Glastrophobie Remix)

Hafdis Huld
Lucky (Glastrophobie Remix)

It has come to our attention that this may be the Summer of sax and we are in no way complaining about this growing trend. There is nothing sexier than a moving melodic house song with a whole lot of sensual saxophone riffs to take us to paradise. Fairly recently one of TMN’s favorite German producer, Glastrophobie, took the world by his saxy hands in his latest remix of Hafdis Huld’s, “Lucky”. Before we even peeped this song we already knew that we were about to embark on cheerful melodic ride full of powerful chord progressions, tropical guitar melodies, a sexual sax, and so forth. Well ninjas, it turns out our expectations were fully met with his latest tropical gem. Glastrophobie transforms “Lucky” into a chilled out Summer anthem suitable for pool parties, long car rides, or just chillin’ in the backyard with a glass of sangria. So kick back, relax, and let the swooning melodies take you to your private escape.

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[TMN PREMIERE] Cazzette – Sleepless (Young Bombs Remix)

Sleepless (Young Bombs Remix)

Ok first things first, ninjas, we need you to go hop in a time machine and set the dial to 2011 because you’re about to take a trip back to a time where Tiesto once made us shed tears of pure progressive feels. We don’t know about you, but we remember when we used to PLUR out before it was the “cool” thing to do. You can just call us the hipsters of dance music.

It appears to us that the emotive value of progressive house has somewhat fallen off the radar over the years. With a surge of new genres making their way to the forefront of electronic music, it’s easy to pinpoint why some categories fade out. Well ninjas, we want to bring you back to those unforgettable moments where the music just seemed to understand you more than anyone else around you. You can’t tell us you’ve never once in your life said “wow – this song just gets me. I don’t think anyone knows how this song makes me feel.” Guilty.

We here at TMN are happy to bring those oh so familiar misunderstood feelings back with the latest progressive feeler from Canadian duo, Young Bombs. Today, Canada’s brightest are unleashing their latest remix of the popular Cazette song, “Sleepless” in which they  ”mashed a few genres together including big room, indie, deep house [as well as] some tropical textures to capture a happy, summer feeling.” From the very beginning we are introduced with a cheerful synth melody that intricately progresses into a cry-worthy breakdown full of enough emotion to make that one meathead at the gym take a moment to collect himself. We guarantee you will go on a progressive house binge after hearing this gem so get your free download and add it to the list of songs that make you feel some type of way.

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