[Nu-Disco] Bondax – All I See (Darius Remix)

All I See (Darius Remix)

Last month UK duo Bondax released a new tune called “All I See,” which features an upbeat dance tempo and melodic vocals from Tanya Lacey. The Bondax boys sure know how to churn out a catchy number, but leave it up to Darius to scale the track back to some minimal roots. The Parisian producer takes the track into his own hands, and the result is a chill rework in the form of an official remix, which was officially released today via SoundCloud.

Darius’ remix turns down the volume and dims the lights with a sexy and sultry sound that is driven by dreamy synths and tightly coiled percussions. Darius flips “All I See” into a nu-disco delight, and the final finish is incredibly smooth and sensual. The original “All I See” will be out Sept. 7, and it’s available now for pre-order on iTunes.

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[Jungle Sounds] RL GRIME – Core (Party Favor Flip)

CORE (Party Favor Flip)

You know you’re in for a wild ride when you see Party Favor roll up on your news feed with a tune that’ll make grandma want to put down the Direct TV Guide and go start a riot. Nothing like a good ol’ Monday anthem to get the blood pumping to the point where you literally can’t even anymore. Party Favor seems to be notorious for evoking such a vague and meaningless response, but we aren’t complaining because he always knows how to manipulate us into dancing in such ways we cannot speak of.

Earlier today, the Los Angeles based producer decided to take on the mental giant of a song, “Core” by RL GRIME to which the only way we could describe it was “bigroom house jungle noises that make you want to punch things”. Once you press play you’ll see how we came to that conclusion. Now, if you’re familiar with Party Favor, then you might know that he typically falls in the trap category of music (“Dat Booty” anyone?) but today he unleashed something beyond his sound – almost too absurd to describe. After having seen Party Favor perform his flip of “Core” the night before HARD Summer, we can confirm that everyone went bananas (us included). Since everyone seems to be having mixed reviews about it, we here at TMN think it’s fierce and diverse as hell – especially for Party Favor. We applaud him in his effort to push the limits of sound and we hope he continues to mold himself into an eclectic artist in this ever-evolving industry. As Kevin Hart would say (with aggressive hand claps in between each word) – “Do you boo boo, do you”.

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[House] Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence (Hotel Garuda Remix)

Lana Del Rey
Ultraviolence (Hotel Garuda Remix)

Do you know what time it is ninjas? It’s time for another Lana Del Rey remix to make those moody Mondays not so moody. We know, Lana is pretty much the Adele of 2014, but we don’t see her fading off anytime soon because a) Lana has fiery redhair (biased) and b) her eerie, sadgirl music makes it more fun for producers to spice things up a bit. Today we are stoked to give you the latest House hit by NYC/LA producers, Hotel Garuda, with their stellar take on Lana’s “Ultraviolence”.

The moment we pressed play, we found ourselves falling down the rabbit hole into a place where we were instantly seduced by 90’s synths, beachy basslines, and Lana’s flawless voice. Hotel Garuda turned this classic song into something truly extraordinary and we can’t seem to stop listening. If anything, we think this remix is symbolic to that of a siren in which we are sent into an elusive trance and we haven’t yet snapped out of it. These guys definitely know how to enchant their listeners – maybe too well…

If you make it out of this remix alive and want to experience the magic in a live setting, make sure to catch Hotel Garuda next month (9/26) at Webster Hall in NYC along with Tropical House king, Thomas Jack.

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[Tropical Deep House] Colour Vision – Sur Chic (RAMBO V Remix)

Colour Vision

There seems to be a new wave of tropical music washing up on our shores these days, making those endless Summer vibes a year-round experience. With big names like Thomas Jack and Kygo making Tropical House the forefront of dance music, others are starting to take this genre somewhere different. San Diego producer, RAMBO V, is one artist who seems to be catching on rather quickly. After checking out his SoundCloud collection, we felt a dire urge to go lounge in a hammock with a Coronarita in hand.

Earlier this week, the Tropical Deep House connoisseur sent a hurricane our way with his latest remix of “Sur Chic” by Colour Vision. Right off the bat this song sends you straight to the clubs of Ibiza to which you won’t want to come back. After all, it’s only Saturday so you’re allowed to stay in paradise for a little while longer. With a beachy bassline, some choppy tropical synths, and a catchy percussion to flow with, RAMBO V takes “Sur Chic” to an entirely new level. You might want to go pack your Tommy Bahamas gear because you’re about to take a one-way trip to tropical heaven.

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[Hip-Hop] Joose – Black Sand (Rvdical Remix)

Black Sand (Rvdical Remix)

Hip-hop is currently going through a fascinating transformation as rappers continue taking risks ranging from the strange vocal inflections of Young Thug, and more recently Makonnen, to the future bass raps of Goldlink. The Soulection collective has had a special role in carving out what label-captain Joe Kay calls the “sound of tomorrow” lending their unique brand of dance music as instrumentals for a broad range of talented emcees. The strength of this movement is multiplied by the artists’ and labels’ openness to collaborate, which in the digital age has become easier than ever and allows for an unprecedented diversity in styles.

The latest remix from Flow-Fi‘s Rvdical the Kid is exemplary of this incredible progression reworking the already dope track, “Black Sand,” from frequent West Michigan AGO collaborators Joose and Sango into an addicting masterpiece. While the original has a minimal and incredibly relaxed vibe to it, Rvdical’s take adds an ethereal element rearranging the vocal sample and adding unique percussion giving Joose’s lyrics a whole new context. Zone out to this awesomely floaty track above.

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[Get Hyphy] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 117)


What’s happenin’ ninjas? We’ve reached the end of the week and we know you’ve been biting at the bit for more free anthems to get the party goin’. So we’re going to keep things short and give you 4 and a half Buzz Feed reasons why you should listen to this weeks FPP:

1. It’s Friday.

2. It’s Friday.

3. It’s Friday.

4. It’s Friday.

1/2: Free music is the best music.


Until next week. get hyphy, #danceirresponsibly, and shake what yo mama gave you.

Dirt Monkey & Nathaniel Knows
Set It Off ft. Blackfeet
Jay Z
Tom Ford (PatrickReza and Kname Remix)
All The Time / Threat (Koyote Edit) LAXX, Tove Lo Flip, Keys N Krates
Elliphant feat. Skrillex
Only Getting Younger (NGHTMRE X Imanos Remix)
R3hab & VINAI
How We Party (KROOKS Festival Trap Remix)
How We Party (Dotcoms WTF Trap Remix)
The Munsta (Jauz Remix)
Tip Toe Wing In My Jawwdinz(TrapZillas Remix)
Snavs & Fabian Mazur
Ill (Original Mix)
Mercer & Autoerotique
Murda Dem (Luminox Rework)
Calvin Harris
Summer (JSTJR Bootleg)
Duck Sauce
NRG (Stanton Warriors Re
Jessie J Ft. Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
Bang Bang (Bassel Remix)
Yellow Claw & Mightyfools
Lick Dat (Cesqeaux Remix)
Aero Chord
Go Stupid!
DJ BL3ND, Ido B & Zooki
Gravity (Dekku Trap Edit)
Joe Budden
Pump It Up (Kastra Remix)
Jason Derulo & Snoop Dogg
Wiggle (TWRK Remix) (Official)
TI Feat Iggy Azalea
No Mediocre (Hipshaker & Ken Roll Remix)
Sandro Sofa (Cobra Effect Biteleg)
Trip Pony
Daze ft. Jaykin (Slumberjack Remix)
Mark Morrison
Return Of The Mack (SNBRN Remix)
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[Minimal Trap] Elliphant feat. Skrillex – Only Getting Younger (NGHTMRE X Imanos Remix)

Elliphant feat. Skrillex
Only Getting Younger (NGHTMRE X Imanos Remix)

Any time we come across a song with Skrillex in the title, we automatically stop whatever we are doing to press play. With a new frontier on the horizon for the foward thining producer, we realized that Skrillex continues to push his sound in both the weirdest and most intricate direction. Producers from all over can’t seem to figure out what it is about him that makes him so ahead of the game, but until someone figures it out, we get to enjoy the twists and turns people add to his tracks.

Just recently, Skrillex teamed up with Swedish artist, Elliphant, for their heavy festival banger, “Only Getting Younger” in which we instantly fell in love with the this music bae. Today is an even better day for both Elliphant and Skrillex because Mad Decent just unleashed the next wave of official remixes for “Only Getting Younger” which means SoundCloud is about to have a major meltdown because of it.

LA and Vancouver producers, NGHTMRE and Imanos, linked up and put their signature spin on “Only Getting Younger” in which we were forced to put our stanky faces on. With its dark, minimal progression, and trap-style stabs, NGHTMRE and Imanos took this Skrillified anthem and transformed it into something out of this world. Our first reaction when we first heard this is not appropriate to say, but we can leave you with a censored version in which we said: “holy balls of [insert profanity here].” With that in mind, we hope you enjoy the brief psychosis you’re about to endure.

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