Trapnimal (3LAU Boot) [TMN PREMIERE]

Trapnimal (3LAU Boot)

Las Vegas mashup magician 3LAU has had his hands full with a lot more than just mashups recently. While we love to see him busy dropping originals, playing festivals and hitting every major club in the world, we’re always stoked when he comes back and throws down some freebies for his fans. After all, isn’t that how we all developed an affinity forthis young producer?

Hot off the presses today is the 3rd track previewed from Dance Floor Filth 3, which is his take on the overwhelmingly popular tune from Martin Garrix. Fusing together five tracks (Martin Garrix – Animals (Botnek Edit), Martin Garrix – Animals (Victor Niglio Trapmix), Deorro – Yee, Showtek – Get Loose, GTA – The Crowd) and four acapellas (Juicy J – Bands, Groove Armada – I See You Baby, Krewella – Live For The Night, Capital Cities – Safe And Sound) this tune is sure to be pleaser for all of your Halloween celebrations this evening.

Make sure to keep an eye out for more of these, as Justin will be releasing one every day until the 29th.

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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #73


What is going on, ninjas? As the day slowly comes to an end, we know you have one thing and one thing alone on your mind. It’s Halloween weekend. Ok, we know it’s not actually Halloween weekend, but it is the weekend where all of the clubs, bars and parties are popping off with costumed madness. We know that you have to have extra prep time this weekend while getting ready, so throw on this tasty selection of party pleasers and get ready to dance the night away.


(Kill Paris Remix)
Imogen Heap
Hide And Seek (Candylands OG Remix)
3LAU, Paris & Simo feat. Bright Lights
Escape (Ronin Remix)
Dear Boy  (Kronic Bootleg)
Keep On Rising (Knox Remix)
Koyote Edit
Drop The Manta Mashup D!rtyAudio, Mercer, Reece Low, Dani L. Mebius & Saint Liz
SLVR Spectrum (Leo Laurettis Mashup)
Steve Angello vs. Matisse & Sadko Feat. Matthew Koma
Tremor (Hardwell Rambo Edit)
Michael Jackson
Thriller (DJ BROZ BIG ASS 2013 EDIT)
DJ Sliink X DJ Fresh Direct
Tinie Tempah
Trampoline feat. 2 Chainz (Grandtheft & ETC!ETC! Remix feat. Riff Raff) {Free Download}
Sage The Gemini & Iamsu!
Gas Pedal (Salva Remix)
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[Remix EP] Oliver – Mechanical Remixes


When an artist makes an amazing song, other artists want to make good remixes of said song. We all know and love Oliver, the LA producing duo whose songs are favorites everywhere they are played. And because these songs are so loved, Oliver put together a four-track EP of four of their songs remixed by a few of Oliver’s favorite artists. The first song, ‘Night Is On My Mind’, is remixed by the beloved DJ Hanzel or his twin Dillon Francis. He takes this beat and just adds a Francis twist, some drum and electronic beats mixed with some high paced melodies and this remix is one to get the feet stomping. Next is ‘Control’ remixed by Nom De Strip who rocks the original song into high gear. The beats are so quick and full of energy, a mix of razor sharp synths radiate through this song, electro house is far from dead people. The third installment is ‘MYB’ remixed by Tchami who takes the song and puts an almost jazzy/garage sound to it before the high beats take over. Another high energy remix sure to get anyone dancing. Finally, Values gives us his take on  ‘Mechanical’. Values is a new, young producer who shows us how talented he really is in this song. A little 80’s pop feel mixed with dancy beats, this remix should be in some movie, or just played as one song in the playlist for your life. All of these remixes reflect on the amazingness that is Oliver and shows just how much their music is admired among their peers.

Night Is On My Mind (Dillon Francis Remix)
Control (Nom De Strip Remix)
MYB (Tchami Remix)
Mechanical (Values Remix)
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Bets – I Love You, But [TMN VIDEO PREMIERE]

I Love You, But

We’ve had a musical crush on NY/LA based indie vocalist BETS for quite some time now. Eight months ago when we first stumbled onto her infectious sound, we were captivated by the wistful tune, “Rooftop Lover.” Coupled with it on her self titled EP was “I Love You, But”, which we’re happily premiering the music video for today.

This playful take on John & Yoko’s “bed-in” idea has a sweet retro spin. Covering a topic that everybody is all too familiar with, here’s what BETS had to say about the concept of the song:

the video captures the tug of war of being entangled with a new lover.

Filled with the type of whimsy you would expect from this up and coming indie crooner, BETS delivers another addicting song coupled with a well composed video.

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[Event Review] The Weeknd, BANKS, & Anna Lunoe – The Chicago Theatre 10/13-10/14


(Photo Credit: Kyle Garcia)

The Weeknd
Change (Prod. By Tim Anderson)
Anna Lunoe

3 artists. 2 nights. 7,200 minds blown. That would be the simplest way to sum up my experience in Kiss Land. With a lineup featuring The Weeknd, BANKS, and Anna Lunoe, I was understandably excited the whole day leading up to the event. The first thing that popped into my head as I strolled up to the venue and read the names on the glowing marquee, was that this felt all too surreal. Two years ago, I could’ve never imagined that my first show at the legendary Chicago Theatre would be by The Weeknd. Not only that, but the fact that he was headlining two sold-out back-to-back nights was a true testament to how far he’s come in such a short period.

Walking in, you could immediately feel the energy in the air. There’s always excitement before any show, but this night just felt different in many ways. Maybe it was because of all the weed smoke, maybe it was the crowded space in The Chicago Theatre lobby, or maybe everyone was just as curious about what to expect as I was. Luckily, we had Anna Lunoe to help carry us through each painfully slow minute that ticked by. While I personally didn’t know much about Lunoe coming into the show, I was pleasantly surprised by her set. She’s not your traditional DJ by any means, and her music certainly reflected that, as she was able to get the crowd pumped up with a unique mix of tracks that varied wildly between Cashmere Cat, Lil B, and even some of her own material.

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[Synth-Indie] Ecstasy – Exhale


From the east of England, Herfordshire, comes a most mellifluous band known as Ecstasy. Contrary to the title of their new lead single, ”Exhale,” you can be assured that your ears will wish they could somehow inhale the song to their fullest lung capacity. The dreamy, synth-indie sound is like a euphonic fusion of notes between The Naked and Famous x Smallpools. It’s self explanatory why their band name is what it is. Expect to feel your mood ascend when you give this track a listen.

December 9th is the date to remember for the Exhale EPbut the single is available now on iTunes. Oh, and Band of Horses fans may want to head on over here to listen to Ecstasy’s cover of “The Funeral.”

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[Experimental Hip-Hop] Emay – Wudhu (Cleanliness)

Emay - Wudhu
Wudhu Cleanlinessness (Demo)

We haven’t heard much from Emay since last year’s instrumental project, Into It. Well, it finally looks like the Montreal native is ready to take command of the mic again, letting go of a brand new demo called, “Wudhu (Cleanliness).”  We’ve always been fans of the emcee’s stream of consciousness flow, and his production is still on a whole different level, as he blends together a distorted, harmonious sample with a simple, pounding drum pattern to produce a vivid, awe inspiring instrumental.

The song’s title makes reference to the process of cleansing oneself that Muslims practice before every prayer. Could that signal that Emay is ready to make a fresh start? Let’s hope so, because we’ve waited way too long to hear a new project from the talented young wordsmith.

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