[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #61


For my ninjas who don’t wanna go to work, thank god it’s Friday. Yeah, we may have ripped that off from Wylef Jean, but it seemed fitting. Anyways, it’s Friday people! Your computer strained eyes are tired from reading other people’s facebook updates while you’re at work, and now it’s time to light up your two days of freedom.

While we normally cut this short (so you can get to your party tunes) we’d like to mention that this playlist is ripe with remixes and mashups of classic party pleasers. It’s a little trap heavy, but we think this might just be the ass-shakingest CFPPs we’ve put out in a while. Press play, and this time around, please #twerkirresponsibly

Jay Z
Heaven (K Theory Remix)
Candyland ft. Peter Dawson
Castle Of Affair (Butch Clancy Remix)
CeCe Peniston
Finally (Ascendance Remix)
WORK X Rack City
Ass Up (Goonbags Remix)
Carnage & Tony Junior
Michael Jordan (Ookay Remix)
Thong Song (June Remix)
Whats Up Suckaz (Koyotes ALIVE Edit) Feat. Empire Of The Sun
X5IGHT Vocal Edit
Feed The Thunder
Ipaneema Mashup
Holy Revelation
Leo Laurettis Mashup
Ignite The Dada
Atlas Genius
Symptoms (Pierce Fulton Extended Mix)
Duke Dumont
Need U (100%)
Beggars in a New Land
Own It
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[Trip Hop] Blue Stahli – Ghost of Love (David Lynch Cover)

Blue Stahli
Ghost of Love (David Lynch cover) [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Sometimes we find tracks that we absolutely love, and sometimes those tracks slip between the cracks. After being in this industry for a few years, we’ve come to realize that it’s just one of those things that happens. With that being said, we’re excited to finally be bringing you Blue Stahli’s cover of David Lynch’s “Ghost of Love”.

This free remix, which is a part of “B-Sides and Other Things I Forgot”, features the same strained vocal treatments that we loved about the original. It’s waivering, simplistic, and haunting, and Blue Stahli managed to encapsulate that with a modern twist. This is a far departure from this Detroit based producer, who is more well known for his cinematic, rock infused dance music style.

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[Deep House] Victor Niglio – Treasure (Victor Niglio’s “It Was Too Funky For Bruno” Remix)

Bruno Mars
Treasure (Victor Niglio's "It Was Too Funky For Bruno" Remix)

Our favorite afro adorned Philadelphian lothario pulled another trick out of his bag by changing pace from his usual bass laiden festival tunes. Today he dropped his “It Was Way Too Funky For Bruno” remix of Bruno Mars’ “Treasure.” This is a real bedroom pleaser with it’s deep sexy twangy bass, and 1970′s style funk vocal treatment. It’s soft, silky, and ready for you to throw onto your “nighttime” playlist. So hit download, and go have yourself a good time. Victor Niglio most assuredly approves.

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[Video] EC Twins, Lea Luna & Nejat Barton – Hot Summer Nights

Hot Summer Nights

Ahhh hot summer nights. The epic adventures, the copious amounts of alcohol, the endless chase of the opposite sex, it’s all grand, isn’t it? Nothing encapsulates that vibe better than a well orchestrated video, and that’s just what we have for you today. Manchester born EC Twins teamed up with Denver/LA EDM vocalist Lea Luna and Nejat Barton to make this buzzing electro house summer anthem, “Hot Summer Nights.”

The video, which was done by Blurred Pics, is what you would expect from the title of the track. It’s one of those nights that don’t come around often, but we all wish they would. Epic show? Check. Champagne Showers? You betcha. After parties? Yup. People randomly passed out everyone? Definitely seen that.One thing’s for certain. After watching this video, we’re surely going to have this in our summer playlist rotation. You should too.

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[Denver Events] This Week at Beta 7/25


Being a Top 25 Club from DJ Mag comes at no surprise as Beta Nightclub has been featuring an amazing array of talent this summer, and this weekend is once again no exception.

Being regulars at Beta, we figured we should share their line up with you, in hopes that you’ll come down and rage with us. Also, just like last time, we have arranged for something special.

For the shows Thursday, Friday and Saturday, make sure you bring your phone with you. If you’re 21+, get there before 11pm, and show them this post on your phone – your cover is comped. Just make sure to enter through the front door, and not the side VIP entrance. Can’t wait to see you down there!

DJ Irene - July 25th
Dj Irene Amazing Days

The Others - July 26th
The Others Promo Mix
July 2013

Carl Kennedy - July 27th
Ready by Fabolous Feat Chris Brown & Carl Kennedy Island/Def Jam
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[REMIX COMP] Bear Mountain – Congo

Bear Mountain

Oh snap, ninjas! It’s time for a TMN hosted remix competition. This time around we’re pleased to present you with a chance to flex your creative muscles by remixing the Hypem dominating track “Congo” from Vancouver based Bear Mountain.

So, what’s in it for you, you ask? Well aside from the sense of satisfaction of defeating fellow producers, you’ll also receive these fabulous prizes: a Bear Mountain t-shirt, CD of their album “XO”, and 2 tickets to any Bear Mountain show of your choice (excluding festivals). They’ll also repost your remix on their Soundcloud page and blast it out on their social media outlets. On top of all of that, we’ll also feature it here on TMN.

Submissions will be taken until August 15th, but make sure to get yours in before you forget! You can even submit right below these very words, or you can just click here.

Click this link to download the stems, and get going!

Send us your sounds

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[R&B/Pop] Sam Smith – Safe With Me

Safe With Me
Sam Smith
Safe With Me

After appearing on some of the year’s biggest records like Disclosure‘s “Latch” and Naughty Boy’s “La La La,” Sam Smith seems poised to take the first steps towards establishing himself as a formidable force on his own. We’ve already heard the melancholic “Lay Me Down,” but “Safe With Me” truly represents the first leap forward for the Londoner. Unlike his first single, Smith’s latest effort is anything but safe, as the crooner spreads his buttery vocals over a vivid, R&B influenced backdrop provided by Two Inch Punch. Sam Smith’s magical voice has proven to be irresistible, and just like every other song he touches, this one requires repeat listening. His debut EP can’t come soon enough.

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