Exmag & BRANX – Acid Washed [TMN Premiere]

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Exmag and BRANX
Acid Washed

Here’s an exclusive taste of the upcoming Exmag and BRANX EP, Plants and Animals, for you to enjoy! Meshing together best of old school rock and funk with glitch hop madness, Exmag and BRANX set out to get you grooving from the first note to the last on “Acid Washed.” With plenty of great tunes on the way, this is a silky intro to what is sure to be a spectacular project courtesy of Members Only, a renowned American outerwear and apparel brand for men and women. Make sure to catch Exmag in your city on their tour!

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[Future] Caroline Koch – Timeless (Tchami Remix)

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Caroline Koch
Timeless (Tchami Remix)

Fresh off tearing up his set at Ultra last week, Parisian producer Tchami returned yesterday with another remix and it’s, unsurprisingly, another instant hit for the quickly ascending talent.  This time around, Tchami takes on “Timeless,” Italian vocalist Caroline Koch‘s debut English single. Koch’s self-described “deep pop” vocals prove the ideal canvas for Tchami as he creates a dynamic build into a bass-driven future house cadence. All the moving parts in this one make for a listen equally enjoyable for relaxation and the dance floor. Tchami’s remix will be featured on Caroline Koch’s upcoming “Timeless” remix EP, due out April 13th on Dirty Soul Records, and comes as an instant download with the iTunes pre-order.

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[Electronic] The Knocks – Collect My Love (feat. Alex Newell)

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The Knocks
Collect My Love ft Alex Newell

With their EP release around the corner, The Knocks have dropped yet another dance-floor ready single.  Continuing in the spirit of a full retro-revival, “Collect My Love” has a pulsing bassline and melodic piano, which combined with the soulful vocals of Alex Newell bring to mind some of the great vocalists and artists of the disco era. We’ve now heard four of the five tracks from the So Classic EP and it’s safe to say it’ll be one of the strongest indie dance releases of the year. Grab your fro picks and bell bottoms and groove to this gem above. So Classic drops on April 7th and can be pre-ordered here

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[Deep House] EDX – Want You

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EDX
Want You (EXCLUSIVELY premiered by PETE TONG) #Radio1 #BBC

Having earned an impressive number of accolades and honors to his name, the Swiss-based producer has remained at the top of his game through nearly two decades of change around him, for good reason. EDX has mastered his craft, and though he has perfected his signature style of progressive house, the talented musician pushes the envelope and challenges himself to explore other genres within electronic music. One such example of his exploration into different sounds is his remix of “Uruguay,” by Sons of Maria and Nora en Pure, which has dominated the Beatport Deep House charts, even now, almost four months after its release. Tracks like “Cool You Off,” showed off a more chilled-out side of EDX’s brand of music, while “Remember House” adopted a deeper, groovier persona than his typical work.

His latest track, “Want You,” rides the line between his older work and his newer works. Without abandoning the progressive style that characterized his music of old, EDX simultaneously gives the tune new life with his dark undertones and a hypnotic vocal loop. “Want You” will be released on April 13th via HK Records, but enjoy the stream the track above!

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[Electronic] SYRE – Burn ft. Kendra Dias

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SYRE
Burn (feat. Kendra Dias)

Ninjas, with Ultra Music Festival over and the brunt of the week still ahead of us, we’ve got the perfect cure to help you get out of those post-rave blues and get over the hump. This time, the cure comes from the 18-year-old, Vancouver native, Dmitriy Burenok, also known as SYRE, in the form of his latest original, “Burn.” One defining characteristic of SYRE’s music is his willingness to challenge himself and break through traditional genre boundaries and create a truly immersive musical experience that is fitting for any setting, and his latest offering does not fall short in that regard.

Featuring the lovely Kendra Dias on the vocals, “Burn” walks a fine line between house and nu-disco. The tune opens with an interesting sample of ping-pong balls before transitioning into undulated synth patterns and bouncing bass lines layered underneath Dias’ orchestral vocals.

“Burn” is out now via Next Wave Recordings, and is available as a free download, so snag it here!

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XYLØ – America (Vasta Remix) [Chill]

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XYLØ
America (Vasta Remix)

Miami based Dj/Producer Vasta just released a house rendition of indie pop newcomers XYLØ ‘s “America”, which has become one of the biggest tunes to hit the blogosphere. Not surprising, as the incredibly talent of Paige Duddy’s controlled and soothing vocals has not only captivated our attention but elevates this act even further.

Taking on the remix with big pianos, house drums, and trendy chops and cuts, Vasta dresses the original with a much lively yet light and playful electronic outfit, ready to be debuted during upcoming summer days. For now, there is really not a lot known about this newcomer Floridian DJ, but with an ear for executing layered vocals without overshadowing them with intrusive basslines, that is all the information we need for now.

We expecting a lot from XYLØ for 2015, but this is another solid lead remix to hold us over. Take a look and make sure you grab a free Download after you follow XYLØ and Vasta here:

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (March 2015 Round #5)

indie-dojo-music-ninjaYou’re lucky it’s March 31st, otherwise we’d be obligated to April Fool’s you. But have no fear, we won’t pull a fast one on ya. We’ve got nothing but a good ‘ol indie dojo. No tricks, no gimmicks, no foolin’ allowed.

Harrison Storm
The Words You Say
Amason
Duvan
Mike Main and The Branches
Everythings Gonna Be Alright
Pollimer  
Drive
Martin Stahl
Goodbye
The Wanderer
Down The Road
Andrew Belle
Wants What It Wants (Hushed)
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