[MP3 Playlist] The Chill Dojo #77

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Every so often a truly unique sound surfaces on the web, and the power of originality alone can create a sensation that simply needs to be shared. There’s not much out there about the mysterious moniker Point Point, but what we can tell you is that ‘Life in Grey’ is unlike anything you’ve heard before. It’s hard to describe just how good the level of production is on this one, but it certainly stamped itself as the track of the week in an instant. Porter Robinson made similar waves with ‘Sea of Voices’, which shook the need for any bass with the use of sheer musical emotion instead. Of course in this era a remix is never far away, but thankfully there are plenty out there which respect the beauty of the original, and maintain a serene atmosphere just perfect for the Chill Dojo. Spaveech and RAC are our top choices for sure, so check them below if you crave music that makes you feel. On the flipside, we have plenty of love for mellow edits of the big hits as well, and Rossi Sure’s fresh take on ‘Take Me Home’ will make you forgive the amount of times you’ve heard the radio bleed the track dry. Forget about heavy drops, the bright melodic hook is the perfect new direction to take this Cash Cash banger. Sydney’s Hayden James is no stranger to innovation either, and this week’s trick is a glorious combination of Rufus and some renowned Australian future sound. This song is pure feels, and the vocals will let you know that many times over. That’s certainly triggered a desire for more sultry beats, and luckily Royal’s refix of ‘Crave You’ is just what the doctor ordered. You’re sure to have heard the iconic lyrics countless times in past, but the young beatmaker amplifies the vibes to maximum for a tune just saturated in good feelings.  Kygo’s exceptional edit of ‘Cut Your Teeth’ would have left plenty of listeners content to call game over for any other producers attempting a remix. It’s a good thing that brothers Hippie Sabotage didn’t share the same attitude, because otherwise we would never get to experience the tingling sensation from their gorgeous downtempo rendition. You’ll also notice new stuff from names like Koan Sound and Skrillex, who continue to amaze with the versatility of the sounds they are capable of. We’ve preached this many times before, but never box an artist into one style or genre, because you’ll never expect when they might show up here.

It’s been a week stacked in awesome discoveries, so there will be plenty here to amaze you. Peace out.

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Point Point
Life In Grey
Porter Robinson
Sea Of Voices (SPAVEECH REMIX)
Porter Robinson
Sea Of Voices (RAC Mix)
Cash Cash Ft Rexha
Take Me Home (Rossi Sure Remix)
Rufus
Sundream (Hayden James Remix)
Flight Facilities
Crave You (Royal Refix)
Kyla La Grange
Cut Your Teeth (Hippie Sabotage Remix)
Koan Sound
Lost In Thought
Skrillex
Fire Away.mp3
3LAU, Paris & Simo feat. Bright Lights
Escape (Skrux Remix)
Skrux
Escapade (Original Mix)
Armando Junior & Dekkon
Everyday People
Mighty Oaks
Just One Day (The Jury RMX)
Angus and Julia Stone
And The Boys (Glastrophobie Remix)
James Vincent McMorrow
We Dont Eat (Glastrophobie Remix)
Glen Check
Ive Got This Feeling (Kartell Remix)
Rattraps
Smitten (Paces Remix)
Kraak & Smaak
How We Gonna Stop The Time (Monitor 66 Remix)
Fabich & Ferdinand Weber
Joy
Toyboy & Robin
Beneath The Cold (Ft. FEMME)
Mar
Man X Woman (Linier Edit)
Mar
Man X Woman (Syv Remix)
esta
Carousel.
Obeson
Hazy (Feat. Abigail Press)
GrooveU & Dr.Benz
Afterglow (Original Mix)
Banks
Waiting Game (Loston Rework)
Vindata
All I Really Need (Regulators Remix)
Thriftworks
lest you be judged
Atu
Close (Zuper Edit)
Solboi & Yeek
Kimono Virgin
SevnthWonder
Missing U
Juan Cristobal
Under The Sheets (SevnthWonder Remix)
Nelly feat. Kelly Rowland
Dilemma (Dave Luxe Mustard Fix)
SchoolBoy Q ft Kendrick Lamar
Collard Greens (Jeftuz Remix)
SYZ
Sunlick
Earthquake Island
Naked Water (Go Yama Remix)
BeAle
Souvenir.
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Sunday Night Soul [Vol. 19]

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March Madness has taken the nation by storm, and we here at TMN are no exception. In the quest for the perfect billion dollar bracket, all hearts have officially been left broken and shattered. No need to fret though, because we’ve got just the remedy here to heal your aching hearts and wounded egos. Getting in the spirit of the season, we’ve gone ahead and assembled our largest Sunday Night Soul yet (we really have gone mad). Gathering together 64 of the finest tunes we could get our hands on, this week’s collection is guaranteed to last you much longer than Duke’s tenure in the tourney.

Picking our favorites this week proved nearly as difficult as picking winners in this year’s competition. Oscar & The Wolf, The Night VI, AstronauticaVökVeronica Domingues, Freddy HefnerRoyce Wood Junior, and OBESØN lead the group of fresh new faces to our series, while BANKS, Mara HrubyKwabs, Keyshia Cole, Kyan, Jarell PerryJaymes Youngabhi//dijon, abstract youth, and Fortune return for outstanding performances of their own. Fans of remixes are sure to be pleased too, as XONA, MisterMack, Nanpa Noir, Swindle, KR$CHN, Joan of ART and OverDo$e headline a sensational group of producers. There’s something for everyone here, and just like this year’s Cinderella story, Dayton, at least one of these is bound to captivate your heart.

BANKS
Are You That Somebody (Acoustic Cover)
Daniela Andrade
Crazy In Love (Beyonce Cover)
Daeho
It Was You
Mara Hruby
Gone With The Wind
Conner Youngblood
Mercury
Kyan
Zoo
bAnoffee
Bleeding Love (Leona Lewis Cover)
Oscar & The Wolf
Undress
Mariami
Best Friend (Prod. Tito Tunes)
THE NIGHT VI
Sienna
Avery Storm
Party On The Roof Top
Jordan Rakei
All For Something (prod. esta.) (demo)
Simien fox
 Perfect (Prod. Strange Soul X TEME)
Astronautica
How Its Gonna Be (feat. JMSN)
Vök
Tension
Xander Ghost
The Same
WithLoveXavier
Drake Medley
Jarell Perry
Own It
Veronica Domingues
I Get High (feat. C Flowz)
Yummy Bingham
Can We Stay ft Kardinal Offishall (Prod By Nyce Hitz)
Keyshia Cole
Next Time (Wont Give My Heart Away)
Keyshia Cole
Rick James Ft. Juicy J
Freddy Hefner
See Saw
Ray J
Hey Love Feat. Tyga & French Montana
Verse Simmonds
Sexy Body REMIX Ft. Kid Ink & Eric Bellinger
Royce Wood Junior
Hardly
SAFIA
Paranoia, Ghosts & Other Sounds
Kyan
Stratosphere
Jaymes Young
Habits Of My Heart (Sufjan Stevens Remake)
Kwabs
Pray For Love
Jayne Rio
100 MPH
Josh Record
For Your Love (Dot Major Remix)
The Weeknd
Twenty Eight (XONA REMIX)
XONA
DownTown
TVNE
deny.
Tech N9ne x Kendrick Lamar x ¡MAYDAY! x Kendall Morgan
Fragile (Joan Of ART Edit)
OBESØN
Hazy (Feat. Abigail Press)
Frank Ocean
Swim Good (Edit Juan w/ Jenny)
Alfa Mist & Tom Misch
Going Down
Tele Fresco
Lie To Me
Zara McFarlane
Open Heart (Swindle Remix)
Cosmic Quest
Water Winds (Feat. Molly Williams)
abhi//dijon
Let You Know
Usher
Climax (MisterMack Remix)
Duncan Gerow
Ciara + Joker = Body Party
NANPA NOIR
Millón (Download via Waxhole)
Brandy
I Wanna Be Down ( Real bootleg FINESE ▲ )
Elaquent
Yesssss. (Floetry Say Yes Remix)
aywy
Candy Ft. Fortune (Forthcoming on Play It Louder Vol.2)
How To Dress Well
Words I Dont Remember (KR$CHN Bootleg)
Fortune
Would You
Sango
Me de Amor (Nikes Edit)
Radiohead
Reckoner (Go Yama Remx)
Ticklish x DJ Paypal
Bent Up
Erykah Badu
BUMP IT (DJ A1 REMIX)
Rudimental
Baby (AFTRHRS RMX)
M Phazes
I Dont Wanna Fall In Love
Mike Posner
Please Dont Go (kuma remix)
The Weeknd
Rolling Stone (Overdo$e edit)
Drake
Own It (DTWICE DE BEL AIR Edit)
HU₵₵I
Wings
R. Kelly
Every Position (Hasta Remix)
Chaos Kid
P a l m T r e e f e r
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[Deep House] Fabich & Ferdinand Weber – Joy

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Fabich & Ferdinand Weber
Joy

The combined efforts of German duo Fabich & Ferdinand Weber have already produced some amazing things in the early part of 2014, and they’re stamping their claim on the rest of the year by taking this partnership to the next level. We all know a relationship isn’t sealed until it’s Facebook official, and their latest release comes with the news of a brand new page combining this exciting artist package into one. It’s a joyous occasion for sure, and they’re celebrating this union by sharing this happiness in the form of another solid deep house original. It’s the uplifting experience we’ve quickly grown fond of from this talented pair, with a bright rhythmic groove that makes this as perfect for dancefloors as it is just flowing from your headphones in a solitary chill session. Look for this one to get a good rinse in sets across the upcoming summer season, and make sure you’re keeping up with all the latest from these two names that will only get bigger this year.

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[Hip-Hop] Jay Electronica & Jay Z – We Made It (Freestyle)

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JAY Z x JAY ELECTRONICA
We Made It

I know we probably say this every time we hear new music from Jay Electronica, but in the rare glimpses we do get every year, we begin to remember just how gifted of an emcee he really is. Our latest refresher comes in the form of a freestyle over Soulja Boy and Drake‘s “We Made It,” alongside Roc Nation boss Jay Z. While Jay Elec provides us with an update on the state of his career (even apologizing to his fans for constantly keeping them waiting), Hov delivers a ferocious verse of his own, taking more than a few not-so subtle shots along the way. We don’t want to get too ahead of ourselves, but with this being his second release in just a week (a pretty significant accomplishment for him), we’re hoping this means even more material from Jay Electronica is on the way.

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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist (Vol 96)

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Ninjas! Happy hour is rapidly approaching, which means it’s time to gear up with some fresh new tunes. As usual, we’ve put together a collection of tasty free downloads that will keep the party going all weekend long.

What are you waiting for? Press play and crack open a cold one. It’s Friday.

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Getting There
TLC vs. Haim
Falling Scrubs (Carlos Serrano Mix)
Aint No Rest For The Wicked (Bass Physics Remix)
Jooris Voorn
Ringo (Madd Hatter Remix)
Pharrell
Gust Of Wind Ft. Daft Punk (Dem Slackers Bootleg)
You & Zenit (Koyote Edit) Nero // Steve Angello // Dirty South // Zac Waters
Porter Robinson
Sea of Voices (Social Status Remix)
Capital Cities
Safe And Sound (Carlos Serrano Remix)
Zedd
Find You (Zack Edward Remix)
Type Of Way (Dotcom Remix)
Caked Up & Meaux Green
Thirsty (JEFF074)
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[NEW] Miguel – Bennie And The Jets (Feat. Wale) (Elton John Cover)

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Miguel feat. Wale
Bennie and the Jets

In order to celebrate the anniversary of his landmark album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, music legend Elton John is preparing to release a deluxe edition of the timeless project over 40 years later. Along with a 100-page hardcover book, a CD of live performances, and a DVD of the 1973 film Elton John and Bernie Taupin Say Goodbye to Norma Jean and Other Things, fans can also expect the repackaging to include a tribute CD that features nine other accomplished artists tasked with providing a modern take on a few of the album’s classics.

The first of these commissioned covers comes from the unlikely duo of Miguel and Wale, who take more than a few liberties with their revision of “Bennie And The Jets.” While remnants of the original remain, Miguel adds his own flair to the redesign, complete with a roaring backbeat, potent guitar riffs, and peerless falsetto that stay true to the contemporary crooner’s typical style. Wale meanwhile, chips in with a smooth verse of his own (one that Chance The Rapper would be very proud of) that really helps provide this version of the single with its own identity.

Set for release next Tuesday, March 25th, the record will also include covers from Fall Out Boy, Ed SheeranEmeli Sandé and more. Pre-orders can be found here.

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Tchami – Untrue [TMN EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE]

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Tchami
Untrue (Extended Mix)[Available April 4]

Within the annals of music history, Parisians have always seemed to loom near the forefront of the next big sounds, especially within the confines of electronic music, which in turn has always made us a bit excited when we latch on to new artists from the city of love. Tchami has been the latest French producer to really steal a piece of our heart through releasing some of the choicest cuts of house, deep-house and future thus far in 2014 and his latest single “Untrue” -which officially sees the light of day on April 4th through the always on point Spinnin camp- follows that established blueprint of bouncy, emotive but subdued dance instrumentation. Every one of Tchami’s compressed kicks or muted bass stabs serves a necessary purpose in the construction of “Untrue”, which effortlessly climbs to it first build before delving into a rousing lead synth playing in harmony with such an infectious, clubby bassline. We absolutely couldn’t seem to pull this melodic house anthem out of our heads after one listen, and we’re thrilled to put our ‘TMN Premiere’ stamp on this one. Be on the lookout for more inviting tunes from Tchami, and if you were wanting to stumble a little further down the rabbit hole with the mysterious producer, check out his official Soundcloud here which is rife with free downloads.

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