[NEW] Linkin Park – I’ll Be Gone (Vice Remix) (Feat. Pusha T)

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I'LL BE GONE (Vice Remix feat. Pusha T)

Linkin Park‘s LIVING THINGS was a pretty underrated album, even among the band’s hardcore fans. Luckily for us, LP will be breathing new life into the project through the release of RECHARGED later this month. Similar to their Reanimation collection released 11 years ago, RECHARGED will include a collection of remixes of many of the album’s standout tracks, including this one by DJ Vice, featuring Pusha T. Vice substitutes the original’s guitar chords with a fresh, uptempo electronic backdrop complete with snares that make it ripe for a killer versa from Pusha. Check out the track above, and make sure to pre-order a copy of RECHARGED before it hits shelves on October 29th, to snag yourself a bonus remix of “Burn It Down” by Paul van Dyk.

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[Hip-Hop] Childish Gambino – 3005

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Last week, Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, made some headlines when he decided to pour his heart out in a series of handwritten notes he posted on his Instagram page. Many people seemed alarmed or concerned for the rapper’s mental state, and while some of the information he revealed seemed pretty shocking, those familiar with Bino’s library shouldn’t be too surprised, as he’s expressed many of the same inhibitions in the past through his music. Deciding to bless us with a new single today, Gambino returns to his introspective roots on “3005.” The catchy new tune sees the Stone Mountain native employing his mastery of witty punchlines, as well as handling singing duties on the chorus. During the second verse, he gives us even more insight into his current mindset, spitting, “I used to care what people thought, but now I care more/Nobody out here got it figured out, so therefore/I’ve lost all hope of a happy ending, depending on whether or not it’s worth it/So insecure, no one’s perfect.”

After listening to this fresh number, it’s clear we’ve definitely got a lot to look forward to with Childish’s sophomore release, Because The Internet, which is set to drop this December (that’s if his label lets him release it of course).

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[Soul] Ru Saxon – Baby

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Baby

Right before the release of her EP in Noveber, Ru Saxon has released the second song off of it called “Baby”. This fun and flirty song has a mix of everything, a little pop with the high pitched melodies, a little bit of soul with Saxon’s silky voice and a little even experimental sound with the beats and thrown in sounds. When I listen to it, I feel like I should be at a small jazz club, bee-bop if you will. Make sure to listen to the lyrics, Saxon does an amazing job stringing an almost story like feel through her lyrics. Make sure to check out this Essex native’s song and keep an eye out for the release of her EP.

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[Indie] Marika Hackman – Cinnamon

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Marika Hackman once again demonstrates that the hype surrounding her music is entirely justified. Building on the quiet triumph of her remarkable debut release, this new single signals an intriguing new direction for the London based songwriter. With guitars amped up and a full back in tow, “Cinnamon” arrives doused in an endlessly imaginative arrangement, with Marika’s vocals giving the song a flickering warmth, as if lit from within.

To say that we’re anxiously awaiting hearing the rest of Sugar Blind would be a ridiculous understatement. If you’re anything like us, we suggest pre-ordering the EP on iTunes to receive an instant download of “Cinnamon”

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The Wombats – Your Body is a Weapon (R3HAB remix) [TMN EXCLUSIVE]

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Your Body is a Weapon [R3HAB remix]

Earlier this month, Liverpool indie rock legends the Wombats released their smash new single “Your Body is a Weapon.” The playful, guitar centric indie dance tune is catchy as hell, with lyrics that are perfect for the dance floor. With that in mind, we’re more than excited to premiere an electro house remix of it by one of our favorite Producer/DJs – R3HAB.

In this take on this track, R3HAB dials it up with some electro house synths, a big buzzing bassline and carefully placed samples. Repeating the chorus line “Your body is a weapon, love. And it makes me wanna cry. My body is a temple of doom. Doomed not to be by your side,” the lyrics almost feel like they were meant to be in a house tune.

After listening to this club pleaser a few times over, we’re already counting down the days till the weekend.

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[MP3 Playlist] The Chill Dojo #58

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Whether it’s dancing, head-bopping or just plain chilling out, we’ve got you covered in #58 with all that’s fresh for another week.

It was tough to decide just how to start, but this new jam from 5 man Melbourne band Jakubi is just too damn funky to pass up, so let’s start this playlist with dancing shoes at the ready. The artists themselves like to delve into a variety of styles with their music, and it’s easy to hear the rich blend of influences going on here. All the different elements are on point right from the get go, but it’s the last minute where the song really takes things to another level. Yeah ok, we’re really just suckers for a talkbox solo, but then again who isn’t? We also have a weakness for anything from Mr. Carmack,  and we’ve plucked out a track from a collection of beats he’s been putting together recently to kick off our own series of beats for this playlist. This man has a gift for creating vibes that’s for sure, and the melody and atmosphere on this instrumental are really something else. But it was when that horn solo kicked in that things turned from appreciation to love with this track, and it was destined to be on repeat for days. Another man who can weave a tune like it was fired from Cupid’s arrow is US producer Pascäal. ‘Drowning in You’ certainly caught our attention with its smooth stylings and incredible use of sampling. If you’re now as addicted to his sound as we are, go check out the rest of his latest EP Fragile, where there are plenty more gems like this. Australian artists have been all over the playlist in recent weeks, and Sydney’s Hayden James has taken on a single from Melbourne dream-pop band Snakadaktal to make sure the presses keep running hot. The original was already an indie summer hit in its own right, but Hayden has turned up the chill factor with this amazing electronic remix, using those gorgeous vocals to full effect. The beats are far from over though, as dojo favourites IAMNOBODI and Sweater Beats throw their hat in the ring for one truly jamming playlist.

This edition’s got a feeling you’ll want to bottle up and enjoy for days. Peace out.

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Jakubi
Feels Like Yesterday
Mr. Carmack
Day 7: Awes Jurassic
Pascäal
Drowning in you
Snakadaktal
Fall Underneath (Hayden James Remix)
IAMNOBODI
Arguments , Hugs & Arguments Again
Sweater Beats
Feel Me
KOAN Sound & Asa
Starlite
Sizzlebird
Where We Belong
Astronomyy
Drivin Me Crazy
Goldroom
Adalita (feat. Chela)
Chordashian
Skyscraper Souls Feat. Freedom Fry
Drake
Too Much Ft. Sampha (Love Thy Brother Remix)
J88
The look of love (FloFilz Remix)
AltJ
Breezeblocks (Sebastian Carter Remix)
Mariah Carey
Shake It Off (Manila Killa Remix)
Chloe Martini
Temptation
Stereotic & Ghostpoet
Lautomne (AA Meltdown Bootleg)
Erykah Badu
Times A Wastin (mannmademusic replayed Edit)
The Shins
New Slang (GAMPER & DADONI Edit)
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All the Way Turnt Up with A-Trak [TMN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

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Cruising down Park Avenue, we’re all dancing in our car. The speakers are louder than they rightfully should be, but that doesn’t matter because we already have a heavy pre-game buzz going. We’re heading to the club tonight, and A-Trak’s “Trizzy Turnt Up” is blaring loud enough for cars two lanes over to hear. They should be happy we’re sharing this tune with them though. It can make pretty much anyone want to dance.

That was a regular excerpt from any party night for us a few years ago. We couldn’t get enough of Dirty South Dance 2, or really anything that A-Trak did. It’s not that we were fanboys by any means, the guy just knows how to make good music that emodies what an epic night on the town should be.

From the early days to Tuna Melt, we’ve been jamming this Canadian’s dance inducing tunes, which is why we were ecstatic to have a chance to speak with him for a moment at Fool’s Gold Day Off in Boulder, Colorado. Check out what he had to say about Michael Jackson, Jay Z and the dressing up as a box of Kraft Mac ‘n cheese.

TMN: Thanks for taking a few minutes to sit down with us. How’s your visit to Colorado so far?

A-TRAK: Good. Yeah, it’s nice to be here. This is a state where I’ve done shows over the years and always noticed there’s a really captive audience here. Even going all the way back to when I was doing purely turntableist shows ranging to more recent stuff like Red Rocks with Bassnectar. I always noticed that there’s a really cool audience that just like is passionate about the music. Even my last tour like two years ago I played the Ogden theater, and that was a really cool show.

When we were planning Fool’s Gold Day Off this year, expanding to many cities, we had this thought of coming to Boulder to try to really foster a relationship with the audience here and create a long term thing.

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