[New Love Track] Kill Paris – Falling in Love Again ft. Marty Rod and Alma

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Falling In Love Again (Feat. Marty Rod & Alma)

He’s quickly becoming the king of cornering love music, and no not the cheesy, over-the-top love songs. But the love songs full of funk and cool and feeling that are hypnotic to the ears and heart. Kill Paris, also known as the beloved Corey Baker, recently released his latest track on OWSLA called “Falling in Love Again” featuring the talented Marty Rod and Alma adding some killer vocals on this upbeat love tune. KP starts the song with his poetic melody sound and adds in the fun vibes that have this tune a must play for the summer. Everyone knows after heartbreak comes new love, and that excitement and newness is captured in this wonderful song.

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The Trap Dojo #46

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Starting off this weeks Trap Dojo we have ETC!ETC! remixing Cedrick Gervais‘ remix of Lana Del Rey’s song “Summertime Sadness”, yes that was a mouth full buts just take a listen. Next is Grandtheft & Skratch Bastid with an amazing take on Jay-Z‘s track “Somewhere In America”. KEYS N KRATES finally released this massive FREE tune, “Dum Dee Dum”, don’t miss this one. Flosstrdamus remixed Flux Pavilion and Chilidish Gambino‘s track “Do Or Die”, but just in case, enough said. LION KINGS throw down a unique remix of 2 Chainz track “I’m Different” allowing to once again slap this classic track. DJ Snake remixes Major Lazer‘s hit off their last album, “Bubble Butt”, and transforms it in a a Twerk anthem. Enjoy the rest on your own, but don’t miss “Tamale”, “Trampoline”, and and the “Tom Ford” remix. Cheers.

Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais RMX) (ETC!ETC! Trapped it! Remix) FREE DOWNLOAD
Grandtheft & Skratch Bastid
Miley
KEYS N KRATES
DUM DEE DUM
Flux Pavilion
Do Or Die feat. Childish Gambino (Flosstradamus Remix)
2 Chainz
Im Different (LION KNGS REMIX)
Major Lazer, Bruno Mars, & TYGA
Bubble Butt (DJ Snake Remix)
Nina Simone
Feeling Good (Bassnectar Remix)
Jay Z
Tom Ford (Jelacee Remix)
Martin Garrix
Animals (Victor Niglio & Martin Garrix Trap Remix)
King Henry & Great Dane
Tamale
Cosmos Midnight
The Dofflin (Ta ku Remix)
Amplify Dot feat. Busta Rhymes
Im Good (Hucci Remix)
Tinie Tempah
Trampoline Feat. 2 Chainz (Prod by Diplo)
Penthouse Penthouse & Chloe Martini
Closer (FREE DL)
Mr Carmack
Roller ( Dj Pound Team Supreme 61 Extended Remix )
Mashup The Dance
Major Lazer & The Partysquad (Drunken Masters Remix)
Mr. Carmack
Say Yes Or Say No (Aaliyah Flip)
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[Trap] INDIANA – Smoking Gun (Hucci Remix)

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Smoking Gun (Hucci Remix)

“I want to hurt you, just for fun.”

The haunting lyrics that carry through this piece by Indianathegirl which is remixed beautifully by Hucci. The song itself it sexy and smokey with poetic, soft electronic melodies by Hucci who does not take away any feeling from the original. Every artist tries their hand at remixing but it takes artists with an ear to hear the heart of the original mix and carry it steadily through. Don’t even get me started on Indiana’s vocals; her voice is pure sugar sweet to the ear. Try this song on for size, I would recommend a listening session in the bedroom.

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[Dubstep] Robotic Pirate Monkey – Sizzlin (Nexus Remix)

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Sizzlin (Nexus remix)

Sizzlin is exactly what this song is.

Nexus takes on Rado natives Robotic Pirate Money’s “Sizzlin” with some intense electronic beats with strong drops and overall a crazy whirlwind twist of a song. Nexus takes this song to another level, carefully adding in elements to increase the power in this song. Take this strong song for a spin.

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[TMN Exclusive Interview] Stealing Panties with PANTyRAiD

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Last weekend in Boulder, CO, two of my favorite gentlemen came to town to throw some crazy panty-dropping tunes around. That’s right, Marty and Josh, the dynamic duo who make up PANTyRAiD. I had to opportunity to interview them and well, this one is for the books.

TMN: I’m sitting down tonight to talk with two very talented producers, Martin and Josh who make up the lady pleasing group PantyRaid. Thanks for taking the time to chat with us before you go on.

PR: No problem – huge fan of your site – thanks for the time.

TMN: Let’s start off with kind of your musical history/background. When you were kids, did you listen to any music or was there a certain genre/artist that got a lot of repeat time on your player?

Marty: I started producing music in 2006 – I grew up listening to the Beatles and Rolling Stones that my parents would jam all day long. Then I got into reggae and eventually loved house, techno and hip hop. But my true inspiration for wanting to make my own music was the music of hip hop, with the story telling composition of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd.

Josh: I grew up in New Orleans and was surrounded by music my entire life. Everything from jazz to The Beatles to local Mardi Gras songs, Al Sherman from my grandpa, Credence Clearwater Revival from my older brother to discovering hip hop and New Orleans bounce rap. I mainly got into local hardcore and punk rock, played drums and guitar in a few bands, then eventually found my way into electronic music when I was about 16 by randomly ending up at an underground rave in the late 90s. My mind was blown, I had never heard any thing like it… jungle, hard house, trance. I was completely fascinated by what could possibly make these sounds. From there it was all a journey to get where I am today.

TMN: Do you remember the first cassette/cd you ever owned, and who was that?

Marty: Gosh no – dont remember but def. Remember making mixtapes of mu fave techno which I have to this day. Love those old things.

Josh – Stone Temple Pilots & The Beatles – Abbey Road

TMN: And when was the first time you heard electronic music?

Marty: During college at the University Of Cape Town I started hearing of “raves” and got really into techno/trance/house and “rolling” :) That was about the time the whole EDM culture began emerging in Europe and then Detroit/San Francisco and other US cities – I moved to San Francisco from South Africa and totally immersed into the rave scene as a fan.

Josh: Answered in an earlier question.

TMN: On the heels of that question, you two have been collaborating together since 2008 after a vacation in Coast Rica, something about worshipping the sun (yes I am interested to know if this worship process involved any clothing, a goat or any magical liquids of any kind). What was the big realization that you two came to while on this trip? Did you feel a calling for the type of music you produce

Marty: Ha – There is definitely some spiritual connection we have with the sun but that rant is for another interview :) Yes – Josh came down to Costa to DJ at one of the festivals I was throwing down there in 2008 and happened to come into the “garage” studio I had made and was working on music. He loved what I was doing and we immediately started working together and shortly after coined the name PANTyRAiD. Our common tastes and similar personalities led to a very easy collaboration which continues still today. But yes that visit in Costa was the beginning of everything PANTyRAiD.

Josh: Marty nailed that one, yes, Sacred moments under the rising sun and good music on the beach in Costa Rica was the birth place of this project!

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[TMN EXCLUSIVE] KATFYR – Binary

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Binary

Agressive? Glitchy? Dubby? Oh yeah. KATFYR has it all in “Binary”. This fiery feline producer stays true to his name with this fiery Music Ninja exclusive premiere. The synths are high pitched, the bass lines are neck breaking, and the 8-bit sounds blend meticulously to create the glitchy nature of this electro tune.

KATFYR’s EP drops on the 15th of this month. Keep an eye out for it by following him on facebook.

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Ben Khan – Drive (Part 1)

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Drive (Part 1)

New British producer, Ben Khan, finds that sweet spot between defiantly dark R&B, electronica and soul with his “Drive (Part 1)” single. Separating himself from the hoards of other bedroom producers with a sumptuously minimal approach to midnight soul, “Drive (Part 1)” sounds like the start of something very special.

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