It’s hard to capture all the great free releases that come out each week, but we do our best to get what you need for your weekends. Since another Friday has come, so has another party playlist. Everyone is talking about the Justin Bieber album, and if you have that playing, toss it on pause and throw this week’s playlist on. We assure you, you won’t be disappointed. With records from the likes of Vaski, Dani Deahl, Cedek, Tha Trickaz and more, we have some extra special records this week that are pure fire. We’ve been bumping them since their release dates, saving them for this week’s treasure trove of freebies. Stream them all, download them, and #danceirresponsibly.
What can we really say in this introduction that could come close to doing this artist justice? We could talk about the endless amount of hits he has put out through the years. We could mention the incredible collaborations, including one with one of our all-time favorite rappers. We could highlight the massive list of performances, both in theaters and at festivals. We certainly could spend some time praising collections of work such as Tesla and Blow the Roof. Yet, with Flux Pavilion already a well-established household name around the globe, we feel like a lot of this stuff is common knowledge at this point. However, there is something we could focus, on and we will.
We’re excited to kick off a month-long feature on this iconic artist because, for us, he represents so much more than just a list of hits and head-banging performances. He encapsulates a movement in music. He elicits an immediate emotional response with every buzzing bass hit and iconic, razor sharp synth. Just press play on the playlist below and you’ll see exactly what we’re talking about. Revisiting songs like “I Can’t Stop,” or “Do Or Die” will instantly take you back to a moment in time when you first heard the track. You know the moment – the one where an uncontrollable smile spreads across your face, your head starts nodding back and forth, and your feet inexplicably start tapping.
As long time fans of this legendary baron of bass, we honestly could gush for days over our adoration. But, instead, we’ll just ask that you enjoy the playlist, and drop in to check out some exclusive content throughout the next 30 days.
Rhode Island native Khary‘s lyrical dexterity has never been called into question, but if there’s one thing he has over his competitors it’s his ability to adapt to any set of circumstances, as proven on his most recent single “Ambidextrous”. Sticking with that theme, this brand new remix from Lege Kale switches things up considerably, screwing up the vocals and laying them atop a bass boosted instrumental complimented by some lilting guitar rifts. It makes for a clever, yet fun reinterpretation of the original, though hopefully not the last, as the Swim Team captain has released the a capella for any audacious young producers out there looking to create their own renditions of the tune.
“Ambidextrous” serves as the first single from Khary’s upcoming project intern aquarium, which will be available sometime in 2016; in the meantime you can check out the official visuals for the track below. Also, if you’d like to hear what else Lege Kale has to offer, make sure to follow him on SoundCloud, where you can find even more dope remixes along with some original material as well.
Is the weather finally dying down yet? It seems as though things have been much hotter this time a year than before, so to help things cool down, we’ve brought a somewhat chiller playlist this week. Although you will still be partying, the party vibe is more laid-back, but if you’re looking to rage your face off, Bear Grillz new freebie has you covered. As usual, we start things off with some softer tunes, and build up into some solid trap beats from Mr. Carmack, Big Makk and others, then move through some party tracks from the likes of Venessa Michaels; then, we get deep with some house tracks to close out the night. This week is packed with some A+ remixes, but strewn about are some equally as good originals that will aid in your decompression. Stream the playlist, or download every track for free, but most of all, #danceirresponsibly.
Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over two years now. We know you’ve had some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:
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Woolymammoth has always been a producer that we have admired here at Music Ninja. His records never have a dull tone, and he’s continued to push electronic music forward in the best way he knows how. His focus on trap and hybrid styles have been especially important for the genres artistic growth over the past year when he’s been putting out records. Today, we share with you his Buygore EP entitled Tricks that has taken listeners by storm. Tricks gets pretty experimental, taking from industrial sounds and elsewhere, but Wooly keeps the focus heavy on the hip-hop/trap vibe he is known for.
Tricks is comprised of five singles that you’ll have on repeat for several weeks coming, if not longer. It’s becoming less usual for releases to be 100% solid from start to finish, but that’s just what Wollymammoth does with this EP. It’s hard to choose favorites, but after running through this EP time and time again, we’ve narrowed things down to “tricks” and “Best In It.” Have a run through yourself, and comment with which two you have deemed your favorite. You’re going to want to be buying this entire project, and you may do so on iTunes.
NGHTMRE and Boombox Cartel – two of the hottest acts in the trap scene have teamed up for this massive track. NGHTMRE‘s “Street” and Boombox Cartel‘s “B2U” have both been supported and played by big names at festivals. And if you’re not familiar with them, “Aftershock” will give you a pretty good impression of what their sounds are like.
Similar to “B2U”, an intricate and infectious piano melody starts off the tune, then followed by a series of soaring synths that please your ears. This gives a false sense of serenity before the massive drop, which features a heavyhitting electro-bass sound and adrenaline-provoking drums. This 180-degree flip will take you through mixed emotions and most importantly, you will dance your ass off.
Out as a free download on Mad Decent, this collaboration between NGHTMRE and Boombox Cartel is one of the biggest trap songs in the game right now. We cannot wait to hear this at their live sets everywhere.