[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #73


What is going on, ninjas? As the day slowly comes to an end, we know you have one thing and one thing alone on your mind. It’s Halloween weekend. Ok, we know it’s not actually Halloween weekend, but it is the weekend where all of the clubs, bars and parties are popping off with costumed madness. We know that you have to have extra prep time this weekend while getting ready, so throw on this tasty selection of party pleasers and get ready to dance the night away.


(Kill Paris Remix)
Imogen Heap
Hide And Seek (Candylands OG Remix)
3LAU, Paris & Simo feat. Bright Lights
Escape (Ronin Remix)
Dear Boy  (Kronic Bootleg)
Keep On Rising (Knox Remix)
Koyote Edit
Drop The Manta Mashup D!rtyAudio, Mercer, Reece Low, Dani L. Mebius & Saint Liz
SLVR Spectrum (Leo Laurettis Mashup)
Steve Angello vs. Matisse & Sadko Feat. Matthew Koma
Tremor (Hardwell Rambo Edit)
Michael Jackson
Thriller (DJ BROZ BIG ASS 2013 EDIT)
DJ Sliink X DJ Fresh Direct
Tinie Tempah
Trampoline feat. 2 Chainz (Grandtheft & ETC!ETC! Remix feat. Riff Raff) {Free Download}
Sage The Gemini & Iamsu!
Gas Pedal (Salva Remix)
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[TMN Premiere] The Hics – Lines (Rare Times Remix)

The Hics
Lines (Rare Times Remix)

L.A. duo Rare Times has been carving out a nice little niche in their city for the past few years with a charmingly executed brand of downtempo, synth-wave meets indie-pop, and their latest effort sees them hopefully stepping out into national consciousness on remix duty for The Hics’ single “Lines”. Just as we had anticipated, Rare Times’ production sensibility serves them well with a dancefloor centered approach translating much of their own shimmer onto the track without sacrificing their integral sound. A garagey, shuffling hi-hat pattern and smooth alto-sax loop provides most of the groove on their minimal remix of “Lines”, while a pitched down, haunting vocal sample manages to intertwine its way into the fold almost seamlessly, leaving just enough polish on the dance tune to force some hip-shaking, but absolutely nothing that has been overproduced. If you haven’t yet heard any of Rare Times’ previous music, please go ahead and dive into their catalog to get a feel for their diverse sound, especially their 2013 EP Mist. Stream Rare Times’ remix of The Hics’ “lines” above.

On a side note, if you happen to be in the L.A. area tomorrow, make sure to head to the Troubador to catch their show in support of Hercules and Love Affair.

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[Remix] Rudimental – Free (Feat. Emeli Sandé & Nas)

Free ft. Emeli Sandé [Nas Remix]

It’s difficult for me to turn down anything related to Nas, so as soon as I saw this remix of Rudimental‘s “Free,” I knew I had to give it a listen. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that the Emeli Sandé assisted track was already pretty spectacular to begin with. Bringing in Nasty Nas adds some hip-hop flair to The UK duo’s uplifting single, that’s all about taking life for what it is, and then tossing aside those cares to live life to the fullest without any restrictions. Check out the inspiring tune above, and make sure to grab the “Free” remix package when it drops on November 18, which will also include reworks from Jack Beats, Maya Jane Coles, and Roy Davis Jr. 

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Zedd ft Haley Williams – Stay the Night (Aylen Remix) [TMN Premiere]

Zedd Ft Hayley Williams
Stay The Night (Aylen Remix)

Got to love when an artist takes a song and remixes it to totally sound completely different than the original. Hence what a remix should be like.
Today, TMN has the pleasure of premiering Aylen’s remix of Zedd’s ‘Stay the Night’. The original is a very upbeat song full of Williams’ strong female vocals and intense dance pulsations. Aylen takes this song and develops it into his own taste, he slows the vocals way down and adds some trap melodies and beats that make this song sound like an original of Aylen’s. The vocals sound all male and the rhythm of the song has taken a gentler pace which leaves the listener enjoying the dream-like beats and an appreciation for the song dialed down a few notches.

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[Remix] Emeli Sandé – My Kind of Love (Feat. Ab-Soul)

Emeli Sande
Emeli Sande
My Kind Of Love feat. Ab-Soul

British songstress Emeli Sandé has been steadily making her way into the American market. After teaming up with Kendrick Lamar for the remix of “Next To Me,” Sandé collaborates with another TDE member, Ab-Soul, on the remix for “My Kind of Love.” Her unique voice and talent for penning quality lyrics still shine through on the re-worked beat of the charting single from her debut album, Our Version of Events. The Black Hippy emcee also delivers some words spoken straight from the heart. No news on whether this will be part of a full length compilation, but take a listen to the single above.

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[NEW] Linkin Park – I’ll Be Gone (Vice Remix) (Feat. Pusha T)

Linkin Park
I'LL BE GONE (Vice Remix feat. Pusha T)

Linkin Park‘s LIVING THINGS was a pretty underrated album, even among the band’s hardcore fans. Luckily for us, LP will be breathing new life into the project through the release of RECHARGED later this month. Similar to their Reanimation collection released 11 years ago, RECHARGED will include a collection of remixes of many of the album’s standout tracks, including this one by DJ Vice, featuring Pusha T. Vice substitutes the original’s guitar chords with a fresh, uptempo electronic backdrop complete with snares that make it ripe for a killer versa from Pusha. Check out the track above, and make sure to pre-order a copy of RECHARGED before it hits shelves on October 29th, to snag yourself a bonus remix of “Burn It Down” by Paul van Dyk.

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The Wombats – Your Body is a Weapon (R3HAB remix) [TMN EXCLUSIVE]

Your Body is a Weapon [R3HAB remix]

Earlier this month, Liverpool indie rock legends the Wombats released their smash new single “Your Body is a Weapon.” The playful, guitar centric indie dance tune is catchy as hell, with lyrics that are perfect for the dance floor. With that in mind, we’re more than excited to premiere an electro house remix of it by one of our favorite Producer/DJs – R3HAB.

In this take on this track, R3HAB dials it up with some electro house synths, a big buzzing bassline and carefully placed samples. Repeating the chorus line “Your body is a weapon, love. And it makes me wanna cry. My body is a temple of doom. Doomed not to be by your side,” the lyrics almost feel like they were meant to be in a house tune.

After listening to this club pleaser a few times over, we’re already counting down the days till the weekend.

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