[House] JackLNDN – Bones

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Bones

“Bones” by JackLNDN was somewhat unexpected since he just recently dropped a remix for Ben Phipps. There’s no stopping him though, he’s always got something hot tucked under his sleeve. Released on Deux Trois, this original is one of the dojo’s favorites from his catalog.

JackLNDN is well regarded as one of the smoothest producers around. When he drops something, you know you’re getting into something cool, crisp and clean. His signature sound is not something that gets old, it’s got a timeless feel. It’s no wonder that Pete Tong’s co-owned label backed this beautiful single. “Bones” has got it all and it comes just in time for your Fall playlists. Grab a copy or add it today through digital stores.

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FWLR & JELO – Birth Of The Anti Hero [TMN Premiere]

Let’s jump right into a heavy premiere from the collaborators FWLR and JELO. Their song “Birth Of The Anti Hero” is taking over the dojo alongside its remix counterpart in this premiere. Released on Bishop Bloc Records, this one two punch of bass is only for those who like to get a bit rough.

The grinding bass and European electro sound that “Birth Of The Anti Hero” expresses is making a comeback, especially within the states. It may be just at its beginning, but the comeback will continue as long as acts churn out records like this one. It’s dirty, it’s mean and it’s incredibly intoxicating with its fervor. With the remix we get some added vocal elements that make for a nice touch as a flip for the original. Together they’re just what you need to re-enact your own warehouse party! If you’d like to grab the tracks, Beatport has you covered.

’FWLR & JELO – Birth Of The Antihero’
’FWLR & JELO – Birth of The Anti Hero (Fear The Priest, Dustin Wareham, Rani Chatoorgoon Remix)’
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sfam – Expand [TMN Premiere]

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Expand

Let’s end the week nicely with a dirty premiere shall we? Enter sfam and the new single “Expand” from the producer’s EP of the same name. The duo’s project has dropped through Quality Goods Records today and we’ve got the premiere for you. Ready for an exclusive first listen?

“Expand” showcases sfam’s heightened rhythmic senses. Different sounds play with each other in a way that’s unusual if you were to collect a handful of bass records together. That unique style is part of what makes this single stand out. Superb sound design and a seasoned display of minimalism go a long way to making this song what it is. We’re proud to present something so interesting to you to end the week and we hope you check out the entire EP – maybe you’ll even expand your digital library with a copy of it. We did!

PS, pun very intended.

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[Pop] DEV – I Only See You When I’m Dreamin’ LP

Just over a month ago on September 8th, the California native DEV released the follow up to her Bittersweet July projects. Since then she’s come out with a few singles and remixes with producers, but now we get a fully fledged LP entitled I Only See You When I’m Dreamin’.

Complete with eleven songs and two short audio clips, this project sees DEV take her signature style to new heights. The introductory single “Have It All” really sets the tone nicely for the rest of the album, with a smooth tone and elements from numerous styles of music that are highlighted throughout the rest of the LP. DEV fluidly delivers a mix of R&B, pop, hip-hop and electronic for a multi-layered expression that is more than a simple collection of records. They all weave together so that I Only See You When I’m Dreamin’ is more of a detailed tale than a normal musical album.

As with any artist that has mega hits in their catalog, people are always going to compare the new those songs, but to do that is unfair. DEV has grown as an artist and although she there’s a similar appeal to her hits, she’s grown as an artist and it shows in her work. She still can shine just as bright with magnificent pop works like “Skinny Dippin'” and the crossover treat “My Way” that are two of our favorites off the LP. Other notable singles include “All I Wanna Do,” “Cloud9” and “Bouncy.” Overall it’s a strong album that will take you by surprise. We recommend you get your copy of I Only See You When I’m Dreamin’ today!

PS, if you get a chance to see DEV live, do it!

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[Indie] Ciele – Sweet Water River

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Sweet Water River

If you’re looking for something to sooth your soul, then you’re in the right place. We’ve got the perfect thing to lose yourself in: “Sweet Water River” by Ciele is the solution. Whether you’re trying to get through the day or want to relax away your worries at the end of a long day, take a ride on Ciele’s sonic river.

“Sweet Water River” is inspired by the Archie Comics TV series “Riverdale” and sees Ciele piecing together the different perspectives of the characters. If you’re not familiar with the show, don’t worry, this track is still truly extraordinary. Part of what makes it so powerful is the fact that you can so easily connect to Ciele through her performance and the instrumental that will manifest some goosebumps all across your body. It’s a wonderful track that is currently available for purchase. Do yourself a favor and get a copy.

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GoldFish – Talk To Me [TMN Video Premiere]

Today we have a very special premiere for you from the Cape Town to San Diego duo GoldFish. Their single “Talk To Me” has been released by Armada on the group’s album Late Night People just a handful of days ago. To celebrate we’re giving you an exclusive first look at the single’s music video!

Don’t expect just any old music video as this visual component is being put together with an incredible house record. To make sure there was no chance for an underwhelming project, veteran animator Mike Scott from Disney and Nickelodeon was tapped for yet another video for GoldFish. He created a funky story with animation that will bring out your inner child. The song/video partnership is one of the most unique projects we’ve seen this year and we hope you enjoy your exclusive first viewing in this premiere!

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[Dubstep/Trap] Kai Wachi – Die Young EP

With how amazing Kai Wachi‘s music is, he’s going to live forever through the legacy he is building. This is somewhat ironic given the name of his latest project, Die Young, that was released today on Kannibalen Records. The project is another step in the right direction for Kai who is already steps ahead of most producers.

Officially Die Young features four originals including “LUVSICK” that is already a success in its own right as a single. On top of the hybrid tracks that he’s added to the mix, we get a bonus free download called “No Games” that can only be found on Soundcloud. Our guess is that it has to do with an uncleared vocal sample. It’s good for us though, as we can get this one for free. Even if it wasn’t the entire EP is worth the purchase price. Get ready to get filthy with some bass, Die Young is here. Get your copy online, or add it to your playlists!

’Kai Wachi – GTFU’
’Kai Wachi – Cutthroats’
’Kai Wachi – LUVSICK Feat. Ylti’
’Kai Wachi – Kismet’
’Kai Wachi – No Games (Bonus Track)’
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