Ace of Base
All She Wants (SNBRN X KLATCH Remix)
If there’s a better way to kick off a Monday than with a garagey, house remix of one of our favorite 90’s pop anthems, then well, we don’t even want to know about it. L.A. underground dance maestro SNBRN, whom we had the pleasure of premiering through his viral Morgan Page, “In The Air” remix, returns to TMN with another first play; this time brandishing a collaborative revision of Ace Of Base’s classic hit “All She Wants.” SNBRN who partners with Klatch this time around, weaves a deep and summery chord progression around a sultry classic house bassline and New York Garage shuffling hi-hats, resulting in an utterly unique and irresistibly dancey remix. About their musical fraternization, the young beat slanger said: “Came together with my close friend Klatch to remix a childhood favorite of ours “All She Wants.” We wanted to breathe new life into this classic but still keep the soul of the original. Enjoy our deep and sexy remix and stay burnt.” With SNBRN & Klatch’s remix being offered as a free download again, we think there will be no problem staying burnt in the slightest. Try keeping this one out of your head today.
Sander Van Doorn, Martin Garrix,DVBBS, Feat. Aleesia-Gold Skies(SAYMYNAME's DEEPER REMIX)
It seems that people in the dance music world have been looking for new ways to bring in new talent from all around the world. With an ubiquitous amount of hidden creativity floating around us, it has become difficult for producers to showcase their artistry due in part to the high saturation of music within this industry. Luckily, people are starting to shift into the mindset where we need to start thinking of new platforms to give producers the opportunity to share their music and expose themselves. With an increase in the number of remix contests flooding the blogosphere world, we have officially reached a revolutionary point where we can finally unveil these artists based on the combination of both popular vote and process of elimination.
Just recently, Beatport hosted a remix contest of, “Gold Skies” by Sander Van Doorn, Martin Garrix, DVBBS, and vocalist, Aleesia. With submissions pouring in from all around, LA based producer, SAY MY NAME, decided to enter the contest by submitting a spine-tingling chill trap rendition of this song and completely blew the competition away. SAY MY NAME took this commercial track and threw in a heaping dose of 808’s, trippy high hats, and enough bass to give us those feel good vibes that are ideal enough for those warm summer night drives. Whether this remix wins the contest or not, we think this track is pure gold.
SAY MY NAME has definitely become one of our new favorites here at TMN and we cannot wait to see what is in store for this artist. After hearing this impressive remix of “Gold Skies”, we can only hope he continues to further his productions in a similar direction. We’ll shut up and let you press play while you drown those Monday sorrows in your sea of pity.
We Dem Boyz (Louis Futon Remix)
Philly based duo Louis Futon was given the opportunity to be the only official remix of Wiz Khalifa’s “We Dem Boyz”, and they absolutely killed it. Fusing future bass sounds with hip-hop, this duo makes us realize they’re not messing around. With comments like “This is probably the best creation since the television”, and five comments from Lippy Lemur, you know this is a heater. There are some comments trying to flame Louis Futon, and their remix, but we think their ears are broken. This remix is the perfect track for our American listeners who are still celebrating 4th of July, because “We Dem Boyz”. Hope you Ninjas had a great holiday, and have an awesome week ahead of you!
It’s America’s 238th birthday today, ninjas. If that doesn’t make you want to go out and buy a six pack of beer and talk for hours about how much you love America, then you’re celebrating your 4th of July the wrong way. We’ve got an extra crunk FPP for all of you this week in preparation for the epic holiday weekend ahead, but then again, we always provide you with a free load of anthems each and every week to make you feel like every day is a festival.
Whether you’re in the mood to twerk or not, we don’t really care because it’s inevitable that you will want to shake what yo mama gave you once the party starts. So go put on your freshest American flag apparel, BBQ up some burgers, and press the hell out of the play button because we here at TMN know how to celebrate our nations birthday the right way.
We ask that while you scream ‘#Murica’ for the rest of the day that you please remember to #danceirresponsibly and try not to start any fires with your stash of illegal fireworks.
Until next week, ninjas!
Veneno (Tropkillaz Remix)
Jumpin Jumpin (Logun Remix)
SEX PANTHER x FYOR
TURNOUT (Original Mix)
Jason Derulo Ft.Snoop Dogg
Wiggle (8Er$ Remix)
HOTTO DOGU ホットドッグ (live Original)
Haypex x Bvnkz
Specimen A ft. Suffice
Rockstar (uAnimals Remix)
Here For You (Slander Edit)
Well, ninjas, it seems that we’ve been on a Deep House kick these past couple of days and cannot seem to get away from all of these groovy basslines and mesmerizing melodies. There’s really nothing better than losing yourself in the progressive flow of such simplistic, yet intricate sound frequencies.
As we prepare to settle down for the night, we thought we would help give you those mellow house feels with a Slander edit to help elevate the soul and cleanse the mind. The duo took on the powerful song, “Here For You” by Gorgon City, and subtly transformed it into the ultimate Thursday night mood-setter. Without straying too far away from the radiated chill house vibes, Slander maintained the emotive resonance from theoriginal track but decided to go two times deeper by adding some tropical synths, an enticing piano progression, and a heavy bassline strong enough to give you goosebumps for the next few days. So make sure to grab your copy, press play, and let this sensual tune take you to a happy place in your mind. Cheers!
After an impressive set at this years Electric Daisy Carnival, Bixel Boys have definitely become the next rising duo to take charge in the dance music world. With support pouring in from all directions, Bixel Boys are finally receiving the recognition and praise they deserve by snagging their first ever headlining slot at the infamous Los Angeles nightclub, Exchange LA, for Insomniac Presents: Inception Saturdays (7/5).
With the launch of their upcoming EP, Empire, the boys felt it would be suitable to throw an epic release party at one of LA’s hottest nightclubs in town. The Bixel Boys alone should already have you standing outside on the streets of Downtown LA, but it doesn’t end there. This weekends line-up is packed with some massive support coming from Brazzabelle, Hotel Garuda, and Tropicool. We can expect just as much heat from the openers as we can from the main headliner, so if you’re in town and don’t want to suffer from the dreadful FOMO syndrome (fear of missing out), then we highly suggest heading down to Exchange this Saturday night to come boogie with Bixel Boys and friends.
If you’ve never experienced a night out at Exchange, then you definitely need to come party with some ninjas and get your groove on in one of LA’s most historical venues. Killer drinks, killer music, and a badass history lesson to top off the night? Sounds like a good time if you ask us! Well, what are you waiting for? Don’t be one to miss out on all the fun and grab some tickets today – we promise this is one party you do not want to miss.
Purchase tickets here: Bixel Boys @ Exchange LA 7/5
Clutch (Original Mix)
Thomas Newson ft. Angelika Vee
Dont Hold Us (Bixel Boys Remix)
Brazzabelle & Shintaro Yasuda
Sharam Ft. Honey Honey
My Way (Hotel Garuda Radio Mix)
Real Slow (Tropicool Remix)