[House] No Doubt – Don’t Speak (Dennis Kruissen Remix)

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No Doubt
Don't Speak (Dennis Kruissen Remix)

He’s shown it countless times before, but Dennis Kruissen certainly doesn’t shy away from taking on the classics. With names like Mary Mary and Florence and The Machine already under his belt, there was seemingly no limit to which timeless anthem could be next to fall victim to his addictive deep house spell. Well the wait is over as his latest transformation is complete and once again ready to reignite the passion for an iconic song. Like a blast from the past, all those memories of belting out the chorus of ‘Don’t Speak’ over the top of Gwen Stefani’s lyrics will come flooding back in an instant. Only this time, those unforgettable vocals are accompanied by an infectious groove geared to set dance floors ablaze and have that undying chorus shouted out into the early hours of the morning.

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[Future Bass] Urban Cone Ft Tove Lo – Come Back To Me (Redial Remix)

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Urban Cone Ft Tove Lo
Come Back To Me (Redial Remix)

Around a month ago, bass veteran Redial resurfaced with a fresh outlook on where he wanted his music to go next, and an EP to solidify this statement to the rest of the electronic scene. There was promise of more excitement to come, and now that is delivered in the form of a massive official remix for Urban Cone. Don’t be fooled by the soulful tone of the original, because it’s astounding just how well those vocals lend themselves to a fierce future bass anthem. From the hypnotic builds to the crunchy industrial beat, everything about this track has been constructed with the purpose of igniting an eager crowd, and the energy it emits will bring things to fever pitch in a matter of seconds. Look out for this one to be the feature of sets all throughout the festival season this year.

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[Trap] Dr. Dre Ft. Snoop Dogg – The Next Episode (Dani Deahl x Jason Edward Remix)

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Dr. Dre Ft. Snoop Dogg
The Next Episode (Dani Deahl x Jason Edward Remix)

Happy 420 to all the partakers out there! For you, we have something special from Dani Deahl and Jason Edward. An homage to two of music’s most well known tokers, the two producer’s tweaked Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s “The Next Episode” into a tasty twerk treat. Get down and boogie your bottom, or kick back and chill (and smoke), the choice is yours. The introduction uses the iconic original beat, but then builds into the drop where fat horns matched with ripe vocal chops fire into the mix. As heard in previous Dani Deahl works, there’s a little moombah phrase that creeps in the song too. Dani Deahl and Jason Edward dished this out as a 420 present, so you can download the track for free. Enjoy the holiday!

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[Funky] Big Data – The Business Of Emotion (Lefti Remix)

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"The Business Of Emotion (Lefti Remix)"

Following the success of his remix of Avan Lava‘s “Wanna Live”, NYC up and comer Alex Suarez a.k.a Lefti just released this rework of Big Data‘s “The Business of Emotion” to keep the ball rolling. The glitchy bass and bold synth resemble the sound of Justice, giving off a French house vibe. Stripping down the vocals and adding a series of funky bassline, Lefti creates a disco track everyone should dance to.

With only a handful of remixes under his belt, this tune helps the talented producer find his signature sound. Get jammin’ to this track and let us know what you think!

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[Future House] Thief – Crazy (Lost Kings Remix)

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Thief
Crazy (Lost Kings Remix)

Prepare yourself as Lost Kings put a spin on Thief‘s “Crazy”. The LA-based duo once again expanded their sound by venturing into unfamiliar territories. They felt the need to give this electro-pop tune the future house treatment. A series of pleasant chords are added onto the stripped down vocals, giving it a melodic feel. The beat drop is heavyhitting and resembles something like Oliver Heldens‘ “Gecko”. It fuels the mysterious vibe without being overly bass-heavy. These guys sure know how to make something sound catchy.

The everchanging sound of Lost Kings goes to show that genres don’t matter. These talented bunch is quickly getting a large following over the past year, and it won’t stop here. Make sure to follow these guys and listen to this epic track!

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Modestep – Machines (Tru Fonix Remix) [TMN PREMIERE]

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Modestep
Machines (Tru Fonix Remix)

Whether you’re a fan of this unofficial holiday or not, one thing remains to be appreciated by all music lovers across the globe – 4/20 brings some incredible music releases. This remix from UK-based duo Tru Fonix definitely fits that build, and will quickly become one that will find it’s way into regular rotations for smoker’s and non-smoker’s alike.

Putting their spin on “Machines,” which is coming up on Modestep’s brand new London Road album (out May 25th), these two welcome us into an industrial, bass-heavy soundscape, complete with robotic, mechanical synths, and light, accentuating percussion. The vocal samples are crafted perfectly, adding to the enveloping and decadent experience. And while it would absolutely destroy a dancefloor, we have a feeling that it will also heighten the festivities for those who partake in today’s festivities, as they lay back with their headphones on and drift into higher state of consciousness.

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[Groove] Phony Ppl – End Of The Night (Louis Futon Remix)

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Phony Ppl
End Of The Night (Louis Futon Remix) [Free Download]

Even though this track dropped a week ago, and we featured it on our Friday Party Playlist, we felt the urge to give it a moment in the limelight with a full write up.

Those of you who’ve been following us for some time know that we’re all about what this Philly-based producer puts out, and this remix of “End the Night” is no different. This time around, Louis Futon has taken a step back from his future-rich sounds to dial up a groovy tune, rich with classic instrumentation of his own and plenty of elements from the original production.

While we still have another Party Playlist coming out later today, nothing says “Friday,” more than this tune. Press play and get ready for the weekend.

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