Pretty Ricky ft. 50 Cent
Grind With Me (SNBRN Remix)
After most recently taking on Dirty South’s “Unbreakable”, L.A. stationed house producer SNBRN has added another adeptly executed underground tipping dance composition to an already veritable palate of releases. Again showcasing a musicianship well above most other house artists cutting their teeth within the blogosphere, SNBRN weaves together two separate tunes -Pretty Ricky’s “Grind With Me” and 50 Cent’s “Hate It Or Love It”- to devise a completely unique remix which employs the accessibility of an indie-dance/nu-disco melody with a deep-house synth and bass line and even a shimmer of progressive meets classic house driven piano. This one again showcases a grasp on all things dance, and about the latest offering SNBRN added: “For this track I wanted to do a double remix, incorporating both the chorus from Grind With Me and 50’s verse from “Hate It or Love It”. The goal was to create a super fusion of hip hop/deep/progressive/nu disco and make a sexy upbeat track anyone can get down to. Relax your mind and enjoy the free download”. We surely will. Grab the free download of SNBRN’s “Grind With Me” remix here.
Vienna-based Londoner SOHN‘s name has been one synonymous with TMN’s softer and emotive side since his premiere single “The Wheel” back in 2012, and since then what was once a snowball’s worth of hype has accumulated into a full fledged avalanche which has seen his moniker attached to projects like Banks & Angel Haze, releases on classic indie labels like 4AD, and countless other distinctions. So when SOHN’s ambient palate of electronicism touches down tomorrow, Monday the 10th at the Larimer Lounge in Denver, we wanted at least a few of our Ninja friends there representing. We’re giving away two pairs of tickets to the show, and as always, entering is beyond simple. To set the mood and stack the odds in your favor, listen to “The Chase” from SOHN above.
There are a few rules, of course:
– You must be 18+ to enter.
– You are responsible for transportation.
– You must bring a valid form of ID to pick up your tickets at will call.
-You ABSOLUTELY MUST be ready to get lost in a constant state of swoon, completely lost in the dreamy nature of SOHN’s music
Well, we’ve reached that time of the week ninjas. FRIDAY. A day where all we can think about is boozin’ and groovin’. After an epic Halloween playlist from last week, I realized that it might be a bit difficult for this ninja to out-do that level of madness that our team put together for those festivities. But don’t worry…this weeks playlist will make you undoubtedly want to shake what yo mama gave you. So it is with great pleasure that I present to you the 123rd volume of our weekly FPP.
As always, #DANCEIRRESPONSIBLY.
Until next week, ninjas.
No Type (Clinton Sparks Remix)
ILOVEMAKONNEN X DRAKE
TUESDAY (PRXZM BOOTLEG)
Yellow Claw Feat. Lil Eddie
Never Dies (Gent & Jawns Remix)
Magnetic (AObeats Remix)
FRESH LIKE ME
Runaway (JayKode Bootleg) #1 ON HYPE MACHINE!!
Take Me To Church (Shaun Frank Remix)
MAKJ & M35
Revolution (Whiiites Future1hundred Remix)
When We Were Young (Valentino Khan Remix)
HOT N#GGA (CAKED UP REMIX) **FREE DOWNLOAD**
Ludacris (Airia Remix)
Certified Gz (feat. Slim Thug)
Kanye (Lemarroy Remix)
Calling Out (Elephante Remix)
Cooler Than Me (Eau Claire Remix)
Cooler Than Me (Eau Claire Remix)
Up and coming producer from DC Eau Claire is back at it with another banger remix! This juicy edit of Mike Posner‘s hit single from a few years ago, “Cooler Than Me,” will have you dancing your pants off. Starting off with vocal samples from the original tune and a funky beat, the talented artist’s rework captures your senses through quirky and clever maneuvers. Combining both higher and lower-pitched vocals, this tune manages to show both complexity and character. It’s catchy, exciting and memorable all at the same time; yes, it’s just that good.
Following the success of her previous hit remix of Stevie Wonder‘s “Uptight”, Eau Claire is definitely making a name for herself in the revival of indie dance scene. Make sure to grab a free download of this remix here and check out her work as as part of Man & Woman, another nu-disco duo.
Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over the past year. We know you’ve have 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:
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)
That’s it! Unfortunately though, this deal isn’t valid for Laidback Luke. If you wanna see catch his set, you’re going to have to cough up the dough.
Laidback Luke - Nov 6
Stepping To The Beat
Figure - Nov 7
House On Haunted Hill Featuring CasOne
VisionQuest - Nov 8
When this song first popped up in my inbox, I couldn’t help but stop what I was doing so I could give my undivided attention to this heart warming, Indie-Pop gem from Satchmode. With a title like “Hall and Oates”, it’s almost inevitable that this Los Angeles band will make your dreams come true (see what I did there?).
“Hall and Oates” is filled with dreamy synths, delicate harmonies, and easily the most intoxicating lyrics since the year of Adele and “Someone Like You”. No, really. This song is ideally one of the most catchy, dancey, and depressing tunes I’ve come across in quite some time. From the very moment you press play, you’ll instantly reminisce about that one relationship where you loved so passionately and so deeply but eventually fell out of love and could never get it back. We’ve all been there and it sucks. Satchmode gives us those heart-wrenching memories through their enticing melodies and emotional words to which we can’t help but flood our mind with these toxic memories. If this doesn’t hit you straight in the feels, then you probably haven’t been heartbroken to this extent before. “Hall and Oates” is available for free download, so grab this one before you blindly call your ex to tell them how much you miss them.
Black Out Days remix ft. Danny Brown and Leo Justi
Given hip-hop’s influence on their sound, it comes as no surprise that emcees are drawn to the music of Phantogram. Aside from their work with Big Boi, the electro pop/rock duo have seen a number of rappers flip their songs into instrumentals–Ratking‘s take on “Fall in Love” is maybe the best example. Today, we get another stellar hip-hop re-work as Phantogram enlists Danny Brown and Brazilian producer Leo Justi to take on one of their many hits, “Black Out Days.”
Justi does an absolutely amazing job keeping the original in tact while picking up the tempo with 808-percussion and layering of portions of the vocals. At about the 1:45 mark, the beat takes a brief backseat as Danny Brown steps in. When the instrumental returns, the talented emcee hits his stride demonstrating his hard-hitting delivery. Lyrically, this might be one of our favorite verses from Brown so we recommend giving it a close listen. You can check out our interview with Phantogram here if you haven’t already.