Young Australian electronic artist Flume — who we had the pleasure of interviewing not too long ago — stopped by the famed Boiler Room a few weeks ago to drop a hot 45-minute mix. Today, the BR crew was kind enough to post the entire set on Soundcloud and we’re here to give you the heads up. There is no official tracklist, but tune in and see what you can spot. The opener’s a nice take on his hit single “Sleepless”…
Flume 45 Min Boiler Room Mix
Never thought I’d be saying this, but it’s been awhile since we’ve heard from producer maestro Star Slinger. The last thing we featured here on TMN was his Paris Social x DJ Mag Mix back in December — it doesn’t feel that long ago, but in Slinger time, considering he releases mixtapes and remixes like it ain’t no thing, a few months feels like years. This week, however, he’s back with a “refix” of “Gold” by fellow UK electronic music aficionados, Bondax. Injected with more heat and energy, it’s definitely one for the clubs. Check it out below.
Gold (Star Slinger Refix)
It’s only the beginning of February, but after listening to “First Days Of Something”, it’ll feel as though we’re on the brink of Spring. The Norwegian outfit Young Dreams pack their latest single with sunny indie pop, peppered with playful, bouncy guitar lines and the warmest Beach Boys-esque harmonies. Mondays can be a real bummer, so brighten up your day with this track. Check it out below.
Young Dreams’ debut LP, Between Places, drops March 1 (AUS)/March 4 (UK,EU)/March 5 (US) via Modular Recordings.
First Days Of Something
Diplo‘s 2013 world takeover has just begun. First up, teaming with GTA for some funky Electro infused Moombah. Sampling Missy Elliot‘s song “Work It” in the best ways possible, and delivering some incredible vocal work. Ever drop in this just keeps you wanting more, and the third drop resembles Knife Party‘s track “Sleeze”. Next is another huge collabo from Diplo and DJ Fresh, and they murder this one. With another massive sample, using Notorious B.I.G.’s track “Grab My Gun”. Pew, pew, pew, lasers.
These were both ripped from the mix at the bottom by GTA titled, Death To Genre’s Mix Vol. 1.
Death To Genres vol. 1 Mix
via Neighbors Hate Us
Taking the web this past week for the nostalgic #Throwback Thursdays, mega-producer Danja leaked a new track from M.I.A. via Youtube titled “Doobie”. The previously unreleased track, recorded during “Bad Girls”, is a fast-paced synth heavy dance track dedicated to that little plant known for placing people on cloud 9. It is not clear whether this track will be on M.I.A’s upcoming project Matangi, whose release was pushed back for being “too positive”, but this short and infectious track is definitely a banger. Be sure to check it out below.
Full of icy sharp and chilling electro bass, there is a reason why this track has gathered the support from Steve Aoki, Sander van Doorn and Diplo. But enough with the puns. Full time party engineer and dj/producer Lazy Rich has been gaining enormous momentum with the increased frequency of releasing of original material. While the Canadian producer is still known for the applied complexity and energy of each of his remixes, we are seeing a much matured confident side that truthfully, we want to see more of.
‘Brainfreeze’ in its true form is really a grounding power-ball of ‘snarling, gritty, buzzing’ basslines that tightly wrap the electro house just enough without suffocating it.
You can purchase the track today on beatport and we have the full stream for you above.
And this is EXACTLY how we like to start a new year (and every morning so far we got the release). With a fantastic year behind him including, bounce master producer TJR provides a thrilling edit to Will Sparks “Ah Yeah”. Still authentic to the original, the now translucently bouncy banger powers through a pounding tech house bassline and vocals samples, throttling momentum towards each drop. This Southern California producer just makes it look easy.
With the release of ‘Ode To Oi’, one of the best tracks of 2012 and still a strong contender for the bounciest single on earth, this new remix is really just a tease for what we can expect in the near future.
Ah Yeah (TJR Edit)
You can purchase “Ah Yeah” on iTunes