Major Lazer x DJ Snake x MØ – Lean On (Shemce Remix) [TMN Premiere]
Major Lazer, Dj Snake ft. MO
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)

SomeKindaWonderful - California Love (Chachi Remix)
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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Sam Smith
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]

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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[Progressive/Melodic] Calvin Harris Ft. Ellie Goulding – Outside (Anevo Remix)

Calvin Harris Ft. Ellie Goulding
Outside (Anevo Remix)

Melodic house recently surfaced onto Internet sound waves, attracting fans of more mild tones with its incorporation of live instruments like guitars, flutes, and others to keep the mood sublime. But with the surge of producers putting their hands into the melodic pot, the genre quickly became flooded with many soundalike tracks that created a need for a new innovative style.  Cue in Sweden’s newest star, Anevo.

The young producer has definitely turned some heads with the surprise factor in every production he has released thus far, but his most recent remix of Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding’s “Outside” is one that people should genuinely take the time to listen to. Whether you see it as infusing progressive house into melodic house or infusing melodic house into progressive house, the fact is that Anevo hit it out of the part. Developing a harmonious juxtaposition between Goulding’s soothing croons and serene guitar strums, Anevo strips the euphoric characteristic of progressive house to integrate it into a melodic house sequence to birth something truly refreshing.

This remix is perfect for those late-nights, early mornings, or 3 p.m. coffee breaks where you just need to chill out. Check out the stream above and grab the free download you definitely need here.

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[House] Jeremih feat. J. Cole – Planes (StevenLee & Carl Kennedy Remix)

Planes (StevenLee & Carl Kennedy Remix) -- Jeremih feat. J. Cole

As you slowly make your way out of your most assuredly blacked out room, desperately trying to figure out what happened last night, throw on this laid back, vibe-heavy tune from StevenLee and Carl Kennedy. While it won’t help with that absurd amount of drunk texts you sent out, it will definitely contribute to your overall recovery.

The original tune had a strong focus on vocals, backed by a very minimal instrumental section of booming bass and sparse percussion. With that format, it’s easy to see why someone would want to pull samples and put them to a club-friendly house tune, which is exactly what we have today.

Featuring a funky bassline, strong hi-hats, and classic 90’s dance samples, “Planes,” leaves the Top 40 radio station and heads directly into the club. It pays thoughtful homage to the original, yet develops a strong persona of its own. And while it is dance-centric stylistically, this is definitely a relaxed tune, which makes it perfect for both night out and just chilling out in bed.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 141)


Here we are. Post SXSW and Miami. If you’re tired, it’s time to rally, because we’ve got ten fresh tracks ready for you yet again to kick off whatever it is you’re about to get yourself into tonight.

Enjoy and #danceirresponsibly.

Promises (feat. Fetty Wap & Dubbel Dutch) #songsfromscratch
Pusher x KRNE
Bark Bark
Phoebe Ryan
Mine (Win & Woo Remix)
Kanye West
All Day (Miles Medina Remix)
Grandtheft & Keys N Krates
Keep It 100 (Grandtheft VIP)
Revolution (Gylzey Remix)
WaNt U 2
Lhomme aux 4 lettres
Neoprene ft. Billion dollars
Jack Ü Ft. Justin Bieber
Where Are Ü Now (Elephante Remix)
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