The boys from Newcastle have done it again. Lisbon released ‘Native’ off their debut EP ‘Life Is Good’ a few days ago, a catchy alt-pop piece that tells the story of taking chances and traveling into the unknown, finding yourself along the way. The boys blend all of their sounds together from the vocals to the guitars to the electronic melodies in such a fitting fashion. There is no way to turn this song on and not get up and dance, go ahead, try not to, I dare you.
Felix Jaehn feat. Chris Meid
One Last Time Remix
Respected German producer Felix Jaehn just released this juicy Jaymes Young remix titled “One Last Time”. Also helped produce the track was London-based producer Chris Meid, who contributed to perfect this chill house goodness. Together they completely flipped the mood of the Jaymes Young song and turned it into this beachy and chill house tune, while keeping his vocals as the spotlight. The tropical synths and the sustained vocals really give it feel-good vibes. It is unlike any cliche house music you’ve listened to because of the slower paced beat and wave-like background noises.
This gem goes to showcase how talented these artists are for their ability to cross sub-genres while staying true to their music. Felix Jaehn is definitely one to watch, as he’s soon becoming one of the front runners of his genre and style of music.
TMN Resident Artist Mini-Mix
Ninjas, are you ready for an exclusive mini-mix from our Resident Artist Klingande? He has put together a combination of songs sure to please. Time to fall into fall with this mix.
Turn it up, fam.
MØ – Walk This Way (Alle Farben Remix)
Sigma ft. Paloma Faith – Changing (Klingande Remix)
Parov Stelar – The Sun Feat. Graham Candy (LCAW
Monkeyneck – Brown Skin
Mozambo & Pakem & Kungs Ft. Julia Church – Soulmate
MJB – Just Fine (GAMPER & DADONI X Mingo Starr
Felix Jaehn – Ain’t Nobody (feat. Jasmine Thompson)
Say My Name (RAC Mix)
You know those tracks that instantly lift your spirits from the minute you press play; those songs where even on your worst of days, you can’t help but find your foot tapping along to the beat? They are those songs that make it seem like the sun is shining on us when the only things above us are rain clouds.
RAC is an artist that has mastered the skill of producing music that will inevitably elevate anyone’s mood. Most recently, he’s exercised this skill on his remix of ODESZA’s “Say My Name.” Though we have encountered many remixes of In Return’s standout track, RAC’s was one that definitely caught our attention.
Opening with voice samplings of Zyra followed by an upbeat chord progression, the track eventually builds into one big conglomerate of musical sunshine. Press play and get ready to watch as a smile forms across your face.
Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over the past year. We know you’ve have some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
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That’s it! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Head to Beta and see for yourself.
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We do our damn hardest to only bring you guys the best music we can find and stray away from the news you may find on other sites, however when it comes to helping a great cause get off the ground, we’re more than willing to help!
When you think of the hot fashion buys of 2014, your mind probably drifts to thoughts of the newest Supreme line or a new roster of dresses by a European designer like Fendi or YSL. However, this is not the case in the music industry. Producers, fans, and executives alike from all across the industry, especially in the electronic music sphere, have been fiending to get there hands on one of these:
The Bixel Boys, one of the Los Angeles music scene’s crown jewels, are both genius on and off the stage. While the duo is well-known around the world for their incredible production skills and DJ showmanship, they have gained almost a cult following in the Southland for their branding of these #FREELIFE jerseys. The FREELIFE mantra is something you define in your own words and your own lifestyle, however we at TMN take it as a call to live your life to the best of your abilities, despite the odds and obstacles, and find happiness in the company of others and yourself. It truly is a wonderful call to action, which is why so many producers in the spotlight like Skrillex and Cashmere Cat have been wearing the kits and spreading the message wherever they can.
The shirts have been held under limited release until now. On October 7th, these jerseys will be available for public purchase one time only. All proceeds will go towards Camp Kesem, a non-profit organization that provides a free summer camp for children whose parents have been affected by cancer. Let me repeat that: not only do you get to buy this incredible jersey, but you are literally changing lives while you do it. Everyone you know has in some way been affected by this terrible disease and I don’t think there is a singe living soul on Earth that wouldn’t want to see cancer eradicated as fast as possible. There are no gimmicks here, no ulterior motives: just a genuine movement reaching out to those who need it most.
You can opt-in to the campaign now on Thunderclap to help spread the word about this incredible opportunity to change lives and you will be one of the first notified of the public release when it launches two weeks from today. Be a part of history and make a difference for the children today!
Follow You Home
Somewhere in between Andrew Belle, Devendra Banhart, and Chris Martin you’ll find Yellowknife-born folk singer/songwriter Matt Millz. While Millz may be a little more grainy at times in comparison to Belle, a little less whimsical than Banhart, and a little less refined than Martin, he’s a voice that’s equally as encapsulating, ensuring that you get lost in only a moment’s time.
This friendly neighbor to the north is a well-versed multi-instrumentalist, which is not hard to pick up during a quick three and a half minute listen through his debut single, “Follow You Home.” With cascading vocal ranges carefully caressing the calculated fingerpicking of his acoustic guitar, this tune boasts nothing more than just that and subtle atmospheric elements which help give the song its earthy soundscape and enchanting progression.
It’s raw, emotional, and inspirational, leading the listener down a heart-tugging journey led by Millz’s refined, yet sometimes rugged vocals. Kudos to both Millz and Nygel Asselin, whom co-wrote and produced this endearing folk gem.