[Hip-Hop] Sean Turk – Good Good

Sean Turk
Good Good (Prod. Sean Turk)

If you’ve been following us for a while, Sean Turk is a name that should be familiar to you. His signature style of bedroom bass has satisfied our ears for quite some time, but now he’s stepped away from it to deliver a hip-hop gem. His single “Good Good” has been released by Hiiigher Records.

“Good Good” is Sean Turk through and through; written, performed and produced by the New York creative. This is the second example of Sean making hip-hop, both of which have been successes, so don’t be surprised if he continues this trend and takes over the urban world with his music. His crossover potential is huge, just have a listen to this and his older records to get an idea. Most importantly, grab “Good Good” on digital platforms or add it to your Spotify playlists.

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[Music Video] Michael Push – Tell Me Why (feat. Stevie)

Summer can’t come soon enough. With the sunshine comes a hole heap of catchy house records fit for the occasion. Some of those have come early, including “Tell My Why” by Michael Push and the vocalist Stevie. Today we’re sharing with you not only the song, but the lyric video. Trust us, it’s one you’re going to want to know the words to.

“Tell Me Why” is the perfect song for your poolside playlists. It may not be quite warm enough for the beach or a pool, but this one will serve you well even if you’re just at a house party or in the club. Michael Push’s melodic musing has just enough pop elements to make it crossover track, but not so much that it waters things down like many producers have been doing. “Tell Me Why” is currently out now on digital platforms. Alongside the video, we caught up with Michael for a quick chat

TMN: How did you come up for the idea for the video?

MP: I wanted a documentary-style video, considering the sound which is very summery, I couldn’t think other than beaches, palm trees, sun, and people having fun. The guys from 351 Studio have been brilliant, helping me transforming my ideas into visually striking images.

TMN: How long have you been making music for?

MP: I started creating some decent productions since 2004 although the first official release happened later in 2008 under a different nickname. The first single as Michael Push called “Freeze” is dated 2012 and it reached #3 of the MTV Top 10 Dance chart, between J.Lo and Madonna.

TMN: You’ve changed styles and direction in the last 2-3 years, can you tell us about that?

Absolutely, there are plenty of songs in different styles just waiting for the right moment to be released. Despite the style, all my tracks tend to be real songs, which you can strip down, play with a piano or guitar and they still work.

TMN: What is your favorite city to play a show at?

MP: Loving the pool parties in Miami, especially when in my city (London) is snowing.

TMN: What DAW to you prefer to use?

MP: I’ve been using Cubase since the beginning an that’s the core of my studio, but when it happens I’m not scared to use other DAW’s.

TMN: Where do you see dance heading in 2018?

I’m looking forward to hear something that will change the rules and will be an inspiration for everyone. I don’t see all this sub-genres we have now dying anytime soon.

TMN: What is your plan for the rest of the year generally?

MP: I’m not planning to stop the releases, one of my wishes at this point would be doing a cover of a song I’ve been inspired in the past. Time will tell…

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 286)

Take a deep breath in, then let it out nice and slowly. You’re one more breathe closer to the weekend. Friday is here and if you know us you know that’s our favorite day of the week. We get a little productivity satisfaction before letting loose upon the weekend. Furthermore, we help you party it up with our Friday Party Playlist. We’re not stopping, so this week we’ve got another twelve free downloads for you to enjoy. Works from LUCA LUSH, RUVLO, I am Sid, Dustycloud, Birthdayy Partyy, Aylen CRWNS and more have graced us this week. Run through the dozen and make sure you have a fun, but safe weekend!

’Shanghai Doom – Fracture’
’UZ & STOOKI SOUND – BANG (ft. Foreign Beggars & Once Capanoe)(RUVLO REMIX)’
’Knife Party – EDM Death Machine (I am Sid Remix)’
’Dustycloud – Move’
’Justin Timberlake – Sexy Back (Birthdayy Partyy Remix)’
’Wuki & Wax Motif – Buns ft. Earlly Mac (Aylen Remix)’
’Ekali & ZHU – Blame (CRWNS Remix)’
’Element The City –

’The Prodigy – Omen (Vicetone Bootleg Remix)’
’Spawn – The Khan Don & Hype’
’Jay Bird – Up Here’
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CAPYAC feat. MOONZz – Afterhours [TMN Premiere]

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CAPYAC ft MOONZz — Afterhours

With SXSW just around the corner, there’s going to be a lot of choices for who to see there. One such duo that needs to be on your list is CAPYAC. These intriguing characters have taken over the dojo today with the premiere of “Afterhours” in collaboration with one of our favorite vocalists, MOONZz.

Together these creators put forth a future pop original whose tones will be echoing throughout the dojo for quite some time. We just can’t get enough of it. “Afterhours” is good any time of the day or night, it doesn’t have to be quite literally after hours. The week is almost over and we know a lot of you need that extra bump of inspiration to get through it – we’re proud to say we’ve got it for you here. Throw this one on repeat and let the beautiful textures shower over you.

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WYOMI – Dvala [TMN Premiere]


The Swedish trio WYOMI are relatively new to the scene. They’ve got a handful of of works out, including some singles from their upcoming EP, Control, that comes out tomorrow. Today we unveil another track from the project with the premiere of “Dvala” right here!

“Dvala” grabs your attention quickly with some wobbly synth work and a natural soundscape. Things steadily build and the song continues to thrive in its distinct electronic style. It doesn’t have the traditional drops, but WYOMI take you through various avenues throughout the production to keep things dynamic. We’ve got you covered with a first listen of the single, but make sure to grab the full EP when it drops tomorrow!

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[Electronic/Techno] George FitzGerald & Bonobo – Outgrown

Earlier in November, we featured an excellent slice of blissed out techno from superstar tastemaker George FitzGerald: “Burns”. Near the end of the article, we promised to solidify any rumors of a 2018 full-length LP from the British producer, and alas, that day has come. Just last month Fitzgerald announced the impending release of a brand new long-player, All That Must Be, confirming our excitement and gifting a few more slices of the album in the process. The latest from All That Must Be to trickle out in single form is an all-star collaboration with fellow British electronic artist, Bonobo, “Outgrown”.

One of the many collaborations from All That Must Be (including tunes with Lil Silva, Tracey Thorne & Hudson Scott), “Outgrown” showcases FitzGerald’s trademark aural aesthetic which bounces intricate electronics on top of his emotive piano tones, culminating in one of the central moments of the record. We’re getting all geared up for the rest of the world to hear All That Must Be in its entirety, but until then, listen to another piece of FitzGerald’s forthcoming LP below, and check out his recently announced worldwide tour dates after the jump.

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Roger Wilco & Creepa – Shimmer [TMN Premiere]

Roger Wilco & Creepa

Today we’re kicking things off with a premiere from Roger Wilco and Creepa. Sliding in the dojo through the Majestic Casual pipeline, “Shimmer” is not your typical electronic record. Instead of doing things the easy way, these collaborators built a unique structure from top to bottom.

“Shimmer” doesn’t lose any steam from start to finish. Roger Wilco and Creepa blend different sounds and styles together and fuse them into one chilled bass original. It shines bright with its fine textures and atmospheric attitude, uplifting the listener to new sonic heights. We’re stoked on this one and you will be too. Enjoy a first listen here and make sure to add the song to your Spotify playlists!

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