The M Machine gets remixed by Kill The Noise, enough said. The incredible melodies from “Ghosts In The Machine” get mixed with the explosive sound design that KTN is so well known for. This was recently played by Kill The Noise in an untitled Mix that was sent over to me. No release date yet, we will keep you posted. Cheers.
The M Machine
Ghosts In The Machine (Kill The Noise Remix)
via Neighbors Hate Us
Well as another month passes we have to say goodbye to Mr Justin Blau, or as we like to call him EDM mastermind 3LAU. What a month it has been and the whole team at TMN would like to give one last shout out to Justin and say we can’t wait to see how the year unfolds for you and obviously can’t wait to see you perform wherever ninjas are present!
For this last week we have the 5 tracks that Justin is rocking to when he gets a free minute from dropping his own beats and here they are:
James Zabiela – The Healing
GTA, Henrix, Digital Lab – Hit It (Original Mix)
Paul Oakenfold & Project 46 – Higher feat. Daphne
Alex Kenji & Leon Bolier – Trumpets (Leon Bolier Club Mix)
Nick Double – Aptus (Original Mix)
A man who can spin a wicked tune also listens to some amazing beats. Justin, keep 3LAU-in up everything you touch. Much love.
The Healing (Original Mix) Clip
GTA & Henrix & Digital Lab
Hit It (Original Mix) (SIZE RECORDS)
Paul Oakenfold & Project 46
Higher feat. Daphne (Original Mix)
Leon Bolier & Alex Kenji
Trumpets (Leon Bolier Club Mix) OUT NOW
Aptus (Original Mix)
Another has come and gone, and another Friday has peeked it’s pretty lil’ face around the corner. Yes, it’s that time again. It’s time to relentlessly make fun of your friends until they get up off the couch and go out with you. If you need some help convincing them, press play and watch them magically feel the need to get up and start partying.
Harlem Shake (Party Favor Edit)
Another Brick In The Wall (Koyote Bootleg) Pink Floyd, Jason Risk, Eric Prydz
Chuckie & Junxterjack vs. Caveat
Bring The Noise Back (Kastra Bootleg)
I Love Your Incredible Body (Icona Pop & Sick Individuals vs. Borgore & Carnage vs. Oliver)
RIHANNA FT. MIKKY ECHO
STAY (TOPHER JONES fREeMIX).mp3
BANGARANG (TOPHER JONES fREeMIX).mp3
SOME NIGHTS (TOPHER JONES fREeMIX).mp3
I Could Be ALIVE (broz bootleg) (Krewella x Avicii & Nicky Romero x Dirty South)
Together We Are (Original Mix) – Chris James, Arty
Glowing (Cazzette vs. Nikki Williams Remix) – Nikki Williams
Not too long ago, we at The Music Ninja published a rather epic post on Vicetone that featured not only a great Q&A with the Netherlands-based duo, but a massive FREE! guestmix. So, it’s pretty obvious that we dig these guys and what they do, which is why we’re pretty stoked to share yet another new one from them. Featuring Collin McLoughlin, “Heartbeat” is a powerfully pounding and energetic track that’s sure to become a Spring/Summer anthem in no time, especially for all those new summertime flings. Turn it up below.
Vicetone feat. Collin McLoughlin
Just the other week we featured MS MR‘s titillating remix of “Pilgrim” by Danish songstress MØ. This time around, the New York-based duo get their own track reworked. “Fantasy”, the first single off the pair’s debut album Secondhand Rapture, becomes a heavy, throbbing, sweat-inducing house track when in the hands of Bloc Party‘s own Kele Okereke. If you’re ready for six minutes of hard-hitting soundscape, hit play below.
Fantasy (Kele from Bloc Party Remix)
MS MR’s Secondhand Rapture drops May 14th.
Singer-songwriter Luke Sital-Singh pierces our hearts with this moving new track called “Bottled Up Tight”. The London artist, who previously released his debut EP Fail For You to much acclaim — couples his delicate, melting vocals with visual and poetic lyricism (“I feel the fire / I see the flame, set me alight / Bring me desire / Bottled up tight”). The track is honest, beautiful and, by the end, nearly burns its emotions into you, sure to leave quite the impressive scar on your musical soul. Listen in below and pick up his forthcoming Old Flint EP on April 15th via Raygun Records.
Recently, Philly’s Dave Hartley, aka Nightlands, released his sophomore album Oak Island. Representative of the record’s experimental tendencies — it somehow dabbles in retro balladry, folk rock, cool jazz, electro-pop, and well, nearly everything in between — is this standout track called “So Far So Long”. It’s wistful and romantic, yet never gives into the cliches of typical love songs, that is to say that it re-imagines the genre in fresh and exciting ways. Check it out below and be sure to see him live, he kicks off a US tour today!
So Far So Long (Official Audio)
Oak Island is out now via Secretly Canadian.