[Indie House] Born Cages – Rolling Down The Hill (Glastrophobie Remix)

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Born Cages
Rolling Down The Hill (Glastrophobie Remix)

After a wild weekend full of beer bongs, bangers, and poor decision-making, we need a little break from all those Friday Party Playlist anthems and shift into a more mellow mood. What better way to enjoy a Sunday than with the likes of one of our favorite German porducers, Glastrophobie? This past Friday, the “Lucky” star unleashed his latest House remix of Born Cages sensational song, “Rolling Down the Hill”. This remix is a bit different from his typical melodic house work, but regardless of the shift, the young producer comes out on top. Loaded with electric guitar riffs, an uplifting build, and a kickin’ indie vibe to make our days of Summer feel that much longer, Glastrophobie gives us the warm fuzzies with this Born Cages anthem. So sit back, relax, and enjoy some Glastrophobie in between a little football. We guarantee this remix will satisfy you more than the entirety of Tony Romo’s football career.

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Flux Pavilion – Red Rocks – Sept 12th [TICKET + MEET & GREET GIVEAWAY]

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Flux Pavilion
Freeway (Flux Pavilion And Kill The Noise Remix)

You know what’s better than seeing a show at Red Rocks? Well, we can name a couple of things, but we’re going to keep this SFW. UK-based dubstep legend Flux Pavilion will be taking his pulsing bass and radiating synths to that gorgeous, natural amphitheater for a night of head-banging glory. Along with him, you’ll be able to catch acts like Juicy J, Paper Diamond, Ookay, and Fox Stevenson plus special guests.

As we always do, we’re hooking up tickets to the most sought-after events. However, this time around, we’re not only giving up two tickets to the show, but we’re also providing you with a chance to hang out with Flux before his show. Just imagine how many likes that selfie will get.

Entering the contest is a cake walk. Simply follow these steps below and CHECK YOUR EMAIL. We will draw a winner on Wednesday, September 10th at 1:00 PM Mountain Time. If you don’ respond in two hours, we’ll go to the next person. You snooze, you lose.

There are a few rules, of course:
– You must be 18 or over to enter.
– You are responsible for transportation.
– You must bring a valid form of ID to pick up your tickets at the will call booth
– You must sing “I’m a Little Teapot” in a Ron Burgandy-esque voice while waiting in line.
– We were kidding on that last one. However, if you do accomplish that, you will forever live in TMN contest infamy.



Good luck, ninjas!

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[TMN PREMIERE] DJ Fresh feat. Ellie Goulding – Flashlight (Jack Beats ‘4am’ Remix)

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DJ Fresh feat Ellie Goulding
Flashlight (Jack Beats '4am' Remix)

We here at TMN are known for finding talent from all over the world; we spend hours upon hours listening to new music from artists from nearly every geographical location on this planet. Since the start of The Music Ninja, we have come to grow with artists from the early development of their sounds. There is truly nothing more exciting than sharing good music while simultaneously watching these individuals impact their listeners on so many different levels of connectivity.

Some time ago, we were introduced to the London electronic music duo, Jack Beats (Beni G & Plus One). They have become an iconic presence in today’s dance music culture and have established a veteran status as a leading force in production. The Music Ninja has been supporting them from the very beginning, so it’s safe to say we kind of like these guys quite a bit, and know their music on a much more personal level than others.

Today we are pretty damn excited to be premiering the latest remix from Jack Beats – in fact, if you’re tuning in right now, you might have just heard this sensational new remix on Pete Tongs BBC Radio 1 show. The two took on a HEAVY new anthem from DnB master, DJ Fresh. DJ Fresh is one of the most well respected UK artists to have ever stepped foot into the music industry and just recently got involved with the lovely Ellie Goulding for their DnB/Pop/Bass-heavy track, “Flashlight”, set to be out on Ministry of Sound later this month.

Jack Beats took on this absurdly wild song and added their signature JB style to give this track a refreshing, chilled out vibe.  Known for their “wobbly basslines, big breakdowns and edgy accapella’s [that are cut], copied and pasted together to create a floor-filling brand of house…” (The Untz), Jack Beats approached “Flashlight” with a similar mindset and blew this track out of the water. The moment we pressed play, we were introduced with these ethereal, ambient elements that artistically mold into a deep, melodic house progression full of intricately woven melodies that ebb and flow. Ellie’s stunning voice on top of these layered basslines effortlessly guide us on an intrinsically stimulating journey that collectively make us feel much more at peace with ourselves. Jack Beats brought us all a much needed solace from within in this remix and it is obvious that these two are pushing their productions to simultaneously give us a physical and mental release through rhythmical patterns. We are extremely fortunate to be premiering this Pete Tong worldwide exclusive of Jack Beats remix with all of you today and are excited to share this with all of you ninjas. These guys have come a long way in their musical careers and our TMN family is happy to say that we have been there since day 1, and will continue to support them from here on out. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the latest from Jack Beats. Cheers, ninjas!

Pre-Order “Flashlight” on iTunes today – out 10/4/2014

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[Progressive House] Oliver Heldens – Gecko x Overdrive (Lost Kings Remix)

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Gecko (Overdrive) [lost kings remix]

As we wrap up the last of our work day and prepare for an unforgettable weekend, we just have one more song to take you from neutral to overdrive with the latest from Los Angeles producers, Lost Kings. The two young heart throbs have been turning heads from some of dance musics most well renowned talent, and boy do they make us feel alive. Just a few days ago, Lost Kings changed gears on us with their phenomenal new Progressive House spin on Oliver Heldens and Becky Hills version of “Gecko x Overdrive”. Taking us from 0 to 60 in just under 10 seconds, they turned this Deep House bedroom banger into quite possbily the next BIG ONE of 2014. Without steering themselves too far off from the track, Lost Kings polished this song off with some uplifting synths, a head-bobbin’ kick, and a badass breakdown that will send your heart straight into overdrive. Get ready to explode from this one ninjas because Lost Kings just gave us an excuse to go grab our car keys and drive off into the night. Also, we just really needed a reason to turn this dirty song into a punny write-up for all of you to giggle about. Whatcha waitin’ for ninjas? Grab your freebie, press play, and go do super silly things this weekend!

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Extremely Late Vol. 120)

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Holy buckets, ninjas…we’ve reached volume 120 in the Friday Party Playlist series! Just goes to show that we like to make sure you get some bitchin’ tunes each and every week. Since taking over 15 weeks ago (crazyyyy!), it has been quite an exciting journey and we still have a helluva lot longer together! I’ll stop blabbing away and let you guys get yo twerk on.

Until next week, ninjas. Please remember to #danceirresponsibly

’Party Favor – Sweat feat. Toy Connor’
’Double Bubble Trouble (ETC!ETC! X Green Lantern Remix)’
’Dan Farber – GODDEM’
’4B – Bomboclat (eSenTRIK Remix)’
’Diplo ft. Imanos, Faustix & Kai – Revolution (Choppa Dunks Remix)’
’Tomsize & BISHU – Mystic’
’LAXX – Untouchable’
’GOTTA GET DOWN – TWERK VIP’
’Tears For Fears – Shout (Unlike Pluto Remix)’
’Gold Top – Gold Like This (Feat. Soulja Boy)(LUZCID Remix)’
’UFO! – LIKE WHOA’
’Here We Go Now! feat Fatman Scoop (Tropkillaz & SNAVS )’
’Wiwek – G.M.A.F.B. (Enzo Picardi Remix)’
’BnW – Whistle Work’
’Oliver Heldens – Gecko x Overdrive (Lost Kings Remix)’
’Case & Point – Error Code’
’SLUMBERJACK – FELON (NEMØ Edit)’
’Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman X Steve Angello – Payback (VINNIE Flip)’
’INNA – Cola Song (Lookas Remix)’
’HELENA – Levity ft. Shawnee Taylor (Simon Field Remix)’
’liminl – Source ft. Malia’
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[Tech/Deep-House] Human Movement – Shake

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Human Movement
Shake

While we’re about a week late to the party on this one, there was no way we couldn’t post this incredible dancefloor weapon from Aussie duo Human Movement to get us to “Shake” this Friday night (see what we did there?). The musical synthesis of solo producers Blake Gilray and Edward Macdonald, Human Movement have been creating quite the ripple of buzz in their backyard playing this one out and it was high time we published their debut release within the confines of TMN. “Shake” pulls from its listener a ridiculous amount of  hip gyration from the onset as their extensive bass kit comes cleanly crashing through any set of monitors, while the tune’s undeniable groove will pull a wry smile from even the staunchest of house heads. Out on German label Exposure Music, “Shake” is prepped to make a serious run within the worldwide dance spectrum so do your cochlear cavities a solid today and let it set your vibe right before your dance parties kick into full swing.

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[TMN Exclusive Interview] Slow Magic’s Lessons in Running Away

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Masked producer, Slow Magic, has emerged in the last couple years as one of the brightest talents in the flourishing, evolving genre of experimental electronic music. Remaining anonymous and keeping lyrics minimal, the young artist focuses on the sonics, masterfully proving the expressive power of an instrumental. Slow Magic’s forthcoming album, How to Run Away, which drops September 9th, has all the qualities of a breakout project with a powerful, cohesive narrative that teleports the listener to a free-spirited world through a prism of genuine emotions.

Although he generally prefers to let the music do the talking, we were lucky enough to have an inspirational chat with Slow Magic about his masked character, the emotion behind his music and his live shows (see upcoming tour dates here) among other topics. Enjoy the interview below and check out “Waited 4 U,” one of our favorites from the new album, above. How to Run Away is available on iTunes and Bandcamp now! 

TMN: Because of social media it has almost become a necessity for artists to put themselves out there and things can definitely start becoming not about the music, which makes your anonymity pretty interesting. It definitely makes sense to focus things on just the art, but what is your position on that phenomenon more broadly? 

SM: I definitely agree with that. I think there’s a lot of people who either feel forced into becoming super personal or they just want to get their face out there kind of. It can kind of turn me off to the music a little bit. Obviously, getting to know someone through their music is also really important and cool, but a lot of time that focus can take away from the art itself.

TMN: Of course there’s the element of anonymity, but the masked character definitely becomes a narrative in its own right. How do you think that fits into the music? 

SM: It started without a mask with the first few songs that I made and once I had the opportunity to play shows I had my friend develop a mask. From there, it has really grown into a character, I guess.

The character does kind of take it from anonymous to an identity, but it’s separate from me or really anything. And I like the fact that it’s itself, and it’s also me. I hope that adds to the project in that it is kind of a character and something that people can relate to even though it’s just an imaginary friend.
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