All Of Me (Tiesto's Birthday Treatment Mix)
John Legend may have the ladies swooning with his latest romantic ballad “All of Me,” but Tiësto keeps the dancefloor filled with his reworking. This new remix comes as a freebie for fans to get into, flipping the slow rhythm into a synth-heavy EDM gem. Still holding some of the romanticism of the original, Tiësto puts his work on the chorus, with a reverberating beat and slow vocals that make for an interesting dynamic to the ballad. Happy birthday to Tiësto and us.
Love Sublime (Duke Dumont Remix)
As German disco and house producer Tensnake readies a debut LP, Glow, set for a March 3 release, he’s teased legions of fans by dropping a few singles including “Love Sublime”; the latest jewel off of the impending album. U.K. house superstar Duke Dumont, who is coming off of one of the strongest 2013′s of any artist, has taken Tensnake’s brand of downtempo Nu-Disco and turned “Love Sublime” into a dance floor smasher. Whereas the original radiates a sunny disposition, Dumont pumps the right amount of murkiness onto the tune while simultaneously gearing it straight towards a peak hour crowd. Stabbing piano chords overlay a punchy drum kick groove while the vocal plays out much more expansive and intimidating than on Tensnake’s original, creating a feeling only the Duke could mold a previous track into. This one is definitely worth a listen this Thursday for our dance fans, check it out above.
F For You ft. Mary J. Blige
UK duo Disclosure have experienced a meteoric rise since releasing Settle early last year. While they’ve been pleasing us ninjas with their melodic vibes for quite awhile now, they’ve finally just started to gain some steam here in the states, culminating in an appearance with Sam Smith on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last week and a three night residency at New York’s Terminal 5 that also included a performance alongside Ms. Mary J. Blige herself. That second performance was of course just a teaser for what’s been released today, as the group have just unveiled an exciting new remix of their hit, “F For You” featuring the legendary diva in all her glory. After posing for a photo with Q-Tip on Instagram over the weekend, it remains to be seen what else these two have up their sleeves during their U.S. takeover.
We’ve been consuming everything San Francisco based booty-house connoisseur Worthy has been lacing up as of late, which is why we are thrilled to announce our certified TMN ticket giveaway for the Dirtybird and Anabatic Records mainstay. This Friday, January 24th, Worthy brings a unique blend of what he describes as being “future booty house; a unique subgenre of bass, techno and twerk” to the Mile High City with opening duties from Denver based Action 52 & Uncle Buck, and we were more than happy to partner up to give away a pair of tickets to the show. In case you missed Worthy’s brand new free single “Get It” yesterday, be sure to check our feature out here as well.
Entering is beyond easy. Just fill out the mailing list form below, “like” the Worthy and HOME Denver Facebook pages, and we’ll contact you via e-mail. There are a few rules, of course:
- You must be 21 or over to enter.
- You are responsible for transportation.
- You must bring a valid form of ID to pick up your tickets at the door.
- You Must have a solid arsenal of dance moves in your toolbox to display on behalf of TMN
Good luck, ninjas!
No Lie (Noah Breakfast Remix Ft. Spank Rock)
Xaphoon Jones is no more, and Noah Breakfast finally emerges to take his place. It’s kind of like when Robin split from Batman, and embraced the identity of Nightwing to ironically spread his wings and vanquish evil on his own, except in this case our hero stays steady slaying remixes. Comic book comparisons aside, we’re glad to welcome Noah in with open arms as he serves up this sultry remake of Wet‘s “No Lie.” In contrast to the ruminating, restrained nature of the original, this spunky revamp is a blipped out, glitchy affair with a sticky bass that’ll force you to want to loop endlessly “on and on and on and on…” Also featuring a worthy verse from Philly’s Spank Rock, this tune makes for a perfect listen at the beginning or end of your night. Peep the single above, and treat yourself to a free download as well.
The Chain Gang Of 1974
Sleepwalking (Just A Gent Remix)
Many of you out there probably recognize The Chain Gang of 1974‘s “Sleepwalking” as that song from the GTA V trailer last summer. From henceforth, this remix by Just A Gent shall be known as that song that knocked you out of your seats the instant you pressed play. Originally conceived as an uplifting synth/electro pop record in the same vein as M83, Just A Gent really wakes the song up, invigorating it through sped up vocals, an unrelenting bassline, melodic piano keys, and an unbelievable refrain that sounds like it was ripped straight out of a video game of its own. We know we probably say this quite a bit, but this one is definitely a MUST LISTEN. Stream the awesome track above, and grab a free download in exchange for liking Just A Gent on Facebook (it’s totally worth it).