[Drumstep] The White Stripes – Seven Nation Army (Paris Burns Remix)

The White Stripes-Seven Nation Army (Paris Burns Remix) [FREE DOWNLOAD]

Sometimes, a good song is in need of a comeback. If you were not a fan of the White Stripes then read no further but if you were/still are, Colorado natives Dan and Alex Yukhananov decided it was time to bring back “Seven Nation Army”, a WS classic. This duo goes by the name of Paris Burns and have been producing in the electronic music world for a little around two years. The boys take on this WS song with all the drumstep they possibly could find; strong drums, steady electronic beats and a sometimes eerie use of Jack and Meg’s lyrics sets this song as a powerful drumstep piece. It is loud, it is powerful and I believe the White Stripes would find justice in this remix.

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Disclosure – You & Me ft. Eliza Doolittle (Baauer Remix) [Trap]

baauer remix

When Baauer dropped this at Coachella, it’s safe to say the 2 minute RIP went completely viral. So it’s nice that this massive remix was finally uploaded. Anytime you see to artist like Disclosure and Baauer in the same title, you can expect big things. And with the flawless vocals work done to Eliza Doolittle‘s voice, this track is sure to find it’s way into plenty of artists sets. Especially the splicing and edits around 3:15, none the less this remix has it all. Cheers.

You & Me ft. Eliza Doolittle (Baauer Remix)
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The Trap Dojo Volume #38 [MP3 Playlist]


First of we got a remix of Knife Party‘s track “Power Glove” and Drankenstein aka Bird Peterson absolutely killed it. Glad to see Carnage is back to running the trap, this time he teams up with Heroes X Villains for an anthem worthy remix of “Mammoth” by Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, and Moguai. Next is a preview we featured a few days ago of Major Lazer‘s take on Dada Life’s track “Boing Clash Boom”. Gent & Jawns have been on an absolute tear lately and this FREE release of “Coco” is everything you could ever want in a Trap tune. Brillz & Z-Trip did some big things to Jay-Z‘s famous track “Dirt Off Your Shoulders” reworking it in all the right ways with flawless vocals edits. Now for some Love Trap from Branchez, and this remix he does of Sweater Beats track “Make A Move” is just too good. Coyote Kisses switched it up with this euphoric and bass heavy track  titled “Changing Guard”, check out the whole Thundercolor EP here. Toddla T premiered this massive track from Kid Kamillion on his most recent show, it’s titled “Pop This”. The long awaited release of the Diplo and DJ Fresh collab “Earthquake” finally got released, only thing is Dominique Young Unique is rapping over a lot of it. Valentino Khan remixed his own track “Luxe”, this one is off his new EP that was just featured here. TuRn^

Knife Party
Power Glove (Drankenstein Remix)
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike & Moguai
Mammoth (Heroes x Villains & Carnage Remix)
Dada Life
Boing Clash Boom (Major Lazer Remix)
Gent & Jawns
Jay Z
Dirt Off Your Shoulder (Brillz & Z Trip Remix)
Sweater Beats
Make a Move (Branchez Remix)
Coyote Kisses
Changing Guard
Kid Kamillion
Pop Dis (Toddla T Show
DJ Fresh Vs Diplo
Earthquake Feat. Dominique Young Unique
Valentino Khan
Luxe (Valentino Khans Trap Myself Remix)
Knife Party
LRAD (Candylands OG Remix)
A$AP Ferg
“Work Remix” ft. A$AP Rocky, French Montana, SchoolBoy Q & Trinidad James
Calvin Harris
Awooga (Slander Remix)
Penthouse Penthouse
When Its Hot
Penthouse Penthouse
phat deuce
chinese cola
Http x Mickie Ryan
Eye Villian
12th Planet & Mayhem
Keys N Krates
Treat Me Right (THUGLI Remix)
Bloody Beetroots ft. Tai & Bart B More
Spank (Oliver Twizt Trap Mix)
Ace Hood ft. Rick Ross & Future
Bugatti (Damn Wrights New Honda Remix)
Cashmere Cat
Shell Suite

Bonus Mini Mix:

Salvas Mini Mix for Annie Mac BBC Radio 1
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[House] Unknown Artist – Punx26

Unknown Artist

Moguai’s label is back, and rumor has it that it will be joining forces with a large label as part of a partnership. To build a little bit of intrigue, official internal sources in Moguai’s camp have hit us up with…well…an unnamed track, and a release date. That’s all we have for you. We’re not sure who made the track or what the track will be called. All we know is that it’s the first release on the newly revived PUNX, and it’s due out June 24th.

Our best suggestion to keep tabs on this is to make sure to keep up with Moguai via facebook and twitter (links below). At this point, he’s the only person with the knowledge of this track. In the mean time, enjoy this clip. The marching synths and driving drums provide a really intriguing build up to a groovy house drop. With summer almost here, we can safely assume this dancy tune will be getting some play time in clubs and venues.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (May 2013 Round #2)

indie-dojo-music-ninjaConsistency. Something this planet’s unpredictable climate and the Indie Dojo do not have common. ‘Cause no matter if you are currently being slapped in face with an unbearable heatwave or you have ice tsunamis (yes, this is a real thing) knocking down your doors, you’ve always got that weekly playlist to bundle up to or in LA’s case…get naked with. Hey…don’t judge. It’s f’n hot.

Adios Ghost
October Snow
I Will Wait For You (Everybody Wants To Be a Cowboy)
Utmost Good
Cosmo Sheldrake
Rich (Ft. Anna Roo)
The Preatures
Is This How You Feel?
Lia Ices
Grown Unknown
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[TMN EXCLUSIVE] Interview – Seven Lions

Seven Lions
Live @ Ultra, OWSLA stage 03-16-13

There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that Miami during WMC is absolute insanity. Artists, Label Reps, Publicists, Bloggers and fans are rushing around the streets of South Beach, bouncing from party to party, trying to get the most out of their experience. This year was our first year working it, and we definitely had far too much stacked on our plate.

With that being said, we unfortunately couldn’t sit down with Seven Lions in person. As many of you know from posts in the past, Seven Lions is a TMN favorite. His melodic and often aggressive style is something that’s truly unique. We’ve supported every almost all of his music, and will continue to do so. On top of loving his production, we’re also huge fans of his live show. We caught his set at the Anjunabeats Pool Party, and it ended up being one of the most memorable ones from our trip. We highly encourage you head out an see him live. In fact, if you’re in the LA area, you can catch him this Friday at his first headlining gig in LA at CONTROL.

TMN: It goes without saying that you have been one of our favorite producers of all times, blurring the lines between genres. The Cosmic Love (Florence and the Machine) remix just left us floored. What is your primary source for discovering new independent music?

SL: The internet was my primary means of finding new bands, especially when I was first really finding my love for music early on. None of my friends listened to metal back in the day so I would spend countless hours just searching through websites for bands. When I am listening to more mellow music, like acoustic stuff, I will use Pandora. Also, Erik Mongrain radio is my jam. I don’t listen to a lot of new stuff to be honest. I tend to fall back on metal albums I’ve listened to for years.

TMN: We know you love a good beer, tell us what is your favorite?

SL: Russian River’s Pliney the Elder, or Dogfish head 90 min

TMN: Not a lot of people know this about you but you are a big fan of Metal music, what are some of the bands you listen to and does it influence your music?

SL: Surely does – Ensiferum, Opeth, Wintersun, Porcupine Tree, Cephalic Carnage, Blind Guardian, At the Gates, Behemoth, Dimmu Borgir, Amon Amarth, Novembre

TMN: Out of all the tracks you have released, which one do you think had the biggest impact, not popularity wise, but in promoting what you are all about.

SL: Tyven, for a lot of reasons.

TMN: What do you think is the biggest difference between dubstep now compared to 3 years ago.

SL: Honestly, I really never liked dubstep back then. A lot of really cool/melodic stuff is coming out now, not just dubstep either. It’s for sure changed since I first heard it a few years ago. It seems like most of the popular stuff is really well produced and it wasn’t always that way. I remember one of the things that really turned me off about dubstep at first was how poorly it sounded sonically.

TMN: With every release, your sound keeps evolving, how do you manage to continually come up with a new set of sonic experiences? And how much is that influenced by outside factors?

SL: A lot of influence has come from playing shows lately. The more I play to a larger crowd the more I think about that while writing music. It’s added a whole new thing to think about while composing/producing a song. On the other hand, I have realized that not every song needs to be a dance floor track, when I am working on a song on not worried about how it will sound on a big system, I feel much more creative.

TMN: What is the biggest difference for you between “Days To Come” EP and “Polarize”?

SL: I think Polarize was a collection of songs that I spent years experimenting on and getting my sound right. Days To Come was less experimental and more focused on where I wanted to go with the project.

TMN: Is there anyone in particular that you would like to collaborate with?

SL: Ellie Goulding, Imogen Heap, Sigur Ros

TMN: As one of the most blogged about artists in the scene, often topping the charts on Hype Machine, what role do music blogs play in bringing more exposure to less known artist?

SL: Music blogs are huge. They have as much or more power than a lot of record labels. I feel very lucky to have such support from the community.

TMN: Ok, we know you’ve been interviewed a lot in Miami. We’d like to change the pace up a little and ask you some random questions:

TMN: Who is your favorite bond?

SL: Sean Connery

TMN: What do you do for a hangover cure?

SL: Mimosas

TMN: If you could only have one artist’s music in your ipod, who would it be?

SL: Opeth

TMN: Snap backs or fitted hats?

SL: Mostly top hats or wide brimmed straw hats

TMN: Name three words that describe your music:

SL: “Melodic, Progressive, Heavy”

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[Pop/R&B] BANKS – Warm Water (Prod. By Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs)

Warm Water (Prod. By Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs)

Los Angeles based R&B/pop-songstress BANKS got us out of bed on the right foot early this Monday morning by gracing our ears with her newest single “Warm Water”, produced by one of the most musically educated and progressive minds within the electronic community, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. “Warm Water” is a dreamy, romantic slice of pop music, placing BANKS’ lusty, soulful refrain front and center over a minimally focused R&B track. With the recent success of hyper-expressive vocalists like Frank Ocean, Rhye and Jessie Ware being displayed on every major taste-making outlet on the web, it seems BANKS is arriving at the perfect moment in time for her sound to be appreciated. The impending single is getting set to to release on May 27 through London’s Good Years Recordings, so have an early listen to “Warm Water”, and you will quickly find out how we were so moved by such simple instrumentation.

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