[Indie Dance] Niia – Body (Stint Remix)

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Niia
Body [Stint Remix]

Organically created, Stint‘s new remix is a beacon of light letting us know that Ajay is still here and well. Upon hearing Niia’s “Body,” a flow of creativity burst through him and the present track was born. It’s a chilling indie influenced production that has a slight groovy undertone to it. Although the vibe is similar to the original, the style is shifted, shedding a new light on the 2014 track. Stint’s version feels less synthetic, making it more accessible to listeners. Never underestimate’s Stint’s musical ability, even if we haven’t heard from the cat in a bit. He’s hard at work, and he’s got more coming. You can stream this while you wait for all his unreleased goodies to come, and heart it on Hypem.

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[Deep House] MNEK – The Rhythm (Sebastian Carter Edition)

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The Rhythm (Sebastian Carter Edition)

Before the Ninja crew took me as their own, I was something else, somewhere else. Sebastian Carter was a person that received support on pretty much everything he released. This guy brings some deep fire, and he’s recently brought the world a remix of “The Rhythm.”

MNEK gets a minimal makeover with a strong groove as the basis for the club-centric single. The bassline is a work of art in and of itself, and the playful interplay between the rhythmic structures makes this a song that will get even the most stiff of individuals dancing. Sebastian reached #2 on Hypem with this, but it certainly still has some life left. Heart it, and get yourself a free copy.

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Chrysalide – Substance Over Style (Sonic Area Remix) [TMN Premiere]

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You wanna hear some weird, awesome music? You’ve come to the right post. This Music Ninja premiere is coming to you straight from left field, if left field was located in an underground rave on some other planet. Sonic Area brings the intriguing listen with a remix of “Substance Over Style,” a still new original that was created by Chrysalide and released this year. As for the remix, it comes out with the Dependence compilation on April 24th.

Sonic Area came up with something that can’t really be defined by one genre. It’s a little trashy, with a hard vocal that is just rough enough around the edges. As the song develops it feels as though things get crazier and crazier, but isn’t that what all us go hards are looking for anyways? Have an early listen to the single, and be ready on the 24th when the whole compilation drops.

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Major Lazer x DJ Snake x MØ – Lean On (Shemce Remix) [TMN Premiere]

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Lean On (Shemce Remix)

Shemce had us grooving big time with his remix of The Weeknd, and now he’s tackled another huge track with a tricked out, deep house version of Major Lazer, DJ Snake and MØ’s “Lean On.” Capitalizing on the indie dance mindset, he’s amped up the tempo and energy of the original with a textbook groove that finds its own place within the deep/future/garage realm and is sure to see quite a bit of popularity with summer slowly making its way here. It may be April, but Spring Break lives on! Get ready for your pool parties and other assorted activities with another big tune from Shemce, and snag your own copy of the remix HERE.

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[Future Bass] SomeKindaWonderful – California Love (Chachi Remix)

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California Love (Chachi Remix)

Following the success of his previous release “Land Down Under”, NY-based producer Chachi just set the bar even higher with this brand new remix of SomeKindaWonderful‘s cover of “California Love”. The electropop tune by the up and coming group is sped up in tempo and then turned into a future bass dance track. For a song that is super lyrically recognizable, this track is incredibly addicting and fun to sing along to. The heavyhitting bass comes in with a statement at the beat drop, fusing the two electronic subgenres surprisingly well. The boy band vocals fit in well with the complex elements of the track, as they bring out the mysterious vibe a little more.

Chachi has been on a roll with putting out quality future bass tracks. While we would love to see some original material from him, make sure to follow and show some support!

 

 

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[Future] Sam Smith – Lay Me Down (Flume Remix)

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Lay Me Down (Flume Remix)

Flume decided to randomly break his silence with a Sam Smith remix today, so you already know it’s going to be a great week. A long silence usually means new material, and Flume has mentioned that this is just the tip of the iceberg of quite a bit of unreleased tracks. This remix doesn’t rely heavily on Sam Smith’s vocals at all interestingly enough, and they sit on the build as the rest of the track propels into the next stratosphere as every Flume track tends to do. The last minute and a half could even be another rendition of “Lay Me Down” entirely, as it shifts into a futuristic R&B tinged rhythm and chops up Sam’s vocals into a pining chant. Needless to say, this is another winner courtesy of Harvey. He’s even announced some new tour dates, so be sure to check out if he is coming to your city on his website!

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P Reign Ft. Drake & Future – DnF (Stellar Remix) [TMN PREMIERE]

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P Reign Ft. Drake & Future (Stellar Remix)

With Coachella just around the corner, Sin City’s savage Stellar turned up a strong flip of the collaborative original “DnF.” P Reign, Drake and Future were turned up into a synth heavy trap behemoth. With the Las Vegas native playing the KROQ tent on Sunday of Coachella, you can be sure that the place is going to explode when this bad boy drops. Even though this track is festival ready, it does without excessively long builds and other sonic cliches, making it a usefool DJ tool for most events. Even if you’re not trying to rock a crowd, Stellar’s remix is an electrifying listen that will get you moving. The turn up is real. Stellar’s got some serious skills when he takes on remixes, and his originals are equally dope. Get your fix of Stellar with this Music Ninja premiere and make sure to check out his other works if this remix tickles your fancy.

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