Phonat – Because of You (Mr. Saccardo Remix) [TMN Premiere]

Because Of You (Mr Saccardo Remix)

We’re kicking off Monday with a special premiere from the Phonat camp. On May 19th, a project will be released by the London to Los Angeles producer that will include a remix from Mr. Saccardo. That remix is what we have for you to preview in full today before the release date.

Mr. Saccardo was commissioned to officially take on Phonat’s single “Because of You.” His vibrant, progressive take is a melodic masterpiece. It’s catchy through and through. From beginning to end you’ll be singing and dancing along to your full capacity. House music will always reign supreme in the dance music world and it’s tracks like this that contribute to that. Enjoy the stream of Mr. Saccardo’s version of “Because of You” today and check back on the web on release day to get a copy.

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an-ten-nae – Je T’aime [TMN Premiere]

Je T’aime

It seems that San Francisco will always be home to artists who bring an out-of-the-ordinary twist to whatever medium they handle. One musical artist from California’s North base is an-ten-nae who is releasing his album Medicine today. What is also occurring today is the dojo is providing the premiere of “Je T’aime” a single that we thought was especially cool off the LP.

“Je T’aime” doesn’t just play into one style of dance music. If you went on an tried to categorize this one, you’d be using multiple terms; not being able to knock it down under one solid genre. It’s chill, invigorating and an experience. All music is trying to bring the listener an experience and an-ten-nae succeeds in delivering something that listeners will connect to and remember. As we said previously, Medicine is out today, so you can get a copy of the album on iTunes.

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CHIMES – Ninety Four EP [TMN Premiere]

Usually when we get a premiere, we’re delivering you a single, but this time around things are different. Instead of getting a first listen to a new tune from CHIMES, you’re getting a full EP. Ninety Four, complete with five songs, is taking over the dojo with its uplifting house sound.

CHIMES ushers in the Spring season with Ninety Four. Through and through this project is a house head’s dream come true. The first four songs share a similar progressive quality that makes them perfect for this time of the year. With the last single, CHIMES dishes out something a little different to close out Ninety Four on a distinct note. We’ve been trying to pick a favorite, but it’s just too hard. Enjoy the first listen to the EP and let us know which is your favorite!

’Nite Swimming’
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FRND – Be Happy (Syence Remix) [TMN Premiere]

Be Happy (Syence Remix)

Even though FRND just released the single (and music video) for the song “Be Happy” that wasn’t enough. To expand the single further, FRND enlisted the help of Syence for a sweet official remix that you get a first listen to in this Music Ninja Premiere.

Syence keeps a somewhat similar vibe to the original, but adds in his own future bass touches to the mix. In its new form, “Be Happy” is a bit more bubbly, with a slightly increased groove that makes it a bit more dance-able and light-hearted. Enjoy a first listen to Syence’s take and check below to see just what the producer had to say about taking on this project.

Our remix of FRND’s Be Happy came together cohesively. We thought taking the emotionally dark lyrics and putting them in a much more uplifting scene worked really well, so we focused on all the good times we’ve had with people before they’ve moved on from our lives to create this track.

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Krafty Kuts & Dynamite MC – It Ain’t My Fault (ft. Chali 2na) [TMN Premiere]

Every premiere we do is for something special, but every so often something comes along that just has that extra special touch. Today we have for you an ill music video from Krafty Kuts, Dynamite MC and one of my personal favorite emcees of all time, Chali 2na. As far as hip-hop meets electronic goes, their song “It Ain’t My Fault” is as good as it gets with a certain energy that everybody can jive with.

What makes this song and video so great is it’s just so damn fun. It’s pretty simple, focusing in on two of hip-hop’s finest along with one of dance music’s most creative characters; however, the added comic-style animations give this project that cool trait that makes it really stand out. Another piece of this project as a whole is it blends some old-school sensibilities with a new age stamp making it accessible to all types of people from all ages. Enjoy the premiere of “It Ain’t My Fault” and make sure to grab a copy of the song if you haven’t already. Last but not least, Krafty Kuts & Dynamite MC’s album All 4 Corners is out May 19th on Central Station Records, so start preparing for it!

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Francesca Milazzo – Little Boy [TMN Premiere]

Francesca Milazzo
Little Boy

New York City has plenty of hidden gems as far as artists go, especially musical artists. The city is home to Francesca Milazzo who without a doubt falls into that category of special musicians whose art emanates through the cityskape. Today we share with you the premiere of her new single “Little Boy” that comes as her second original work.

“Little Boy” sees Francesca stepping away from the indie dance style that was expressed by her first single “Ghosting Me.” Instead, she goes all acoustic, with her voice leading a charge of organic instruments to show another side to her project. This capacity for dynamic creations will give her an edge that some artists just don’t have. Not only does her creativity reach over genre bounds, but her voice is just stunning. Enjoy the premiere of “Little Boy” today and get ready for more tunes from this lovely lady.

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Henri PFR – Flames [TMN Premiere]

Everyone loves emojis, except for some old people who can’t seem to figure them out. In today’s premiere of Henri PFR‘s music video for “Flames” we get a barrage of emojis in a simple, yet cool animation. Released through Sony Music, this single lives up to it’s name as it is certainly a hot one.

However, since the song abides by the future bass sound, cool might be a better word to describe it. Regardless of what wording we choose, just know “Flames” is a great record. The music video works as a lyric video, but instead of words, the lyrics play out in emojis. It’s a playful video that we ninjas have had the honor of hosting for you in this premiere. Enjoy the first viewing and make sure to grab a copy of “Flames” from digital stores today.

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