City Of Dreams
You might be asking yourself, “Wait a minute. Haven’t I heard this before?” Well, you’re right and you’re wrong. Yes, this tune was a big club record made famous by Dirty South and Alesso, but you actually haven’t heard this version of it, until now.
If you were curious about the mysterious Ruben Haze, we can cure what ails you by telling you that this is essentially a fabricated character, sketched out as a passion venture from the creative minds of Australian producer Dirty South, aka Dragan Roganovic and vocalist Rudy Sandapa (Let It Go/Phazing).
This highly anticipated full-length EP from Ruben Haze is a live orientated band project with each track seething with gently building string elements alongside ethereal vocals and infectious melodies. When asked about the project, the duo said
There’s something undeniably charming about Conner Youngblood’s music. It could be the understated, calming vocals. It could be the intricate, yet subtle instrumentals. It could be the laid-back nature that is always unassuming and overwhelmingly pleasing. Whatever it is, we’re into what he’s doing, and quite frankly, can’t understand why he’s not playing festivals near and wide.
While we wait for that day to come, we’ll gladly keep sharing his music, as we know there are so many of you out there who will enjoy what he’s doing. Take “Confidence” for example. This larger than life cinematic tune displays all of the aforementioned talents from this Texas based independent artist. Combining simple hand clapping, a booming bass drum kick, some down-south style strings, and his echoing vocals, we’re immediately taken to another place.
Press play and get lost with us. We promise you won’t be disappointed.
Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over the past year. We know you’ve have some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:
– Head to the front door, and enter the club before 11 pm
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)
Surrounded (Super8 & Tab Remix)
There certainly hasn’t been any shortage of quality music emanating out of Denver as of late and we can chalk up another two polished electronic compositions to that consistent stream of superfluity. Savvy beatsmith MOSIS was the latest artist to catch our eye from the Western U.S.’ electronic landscape (or ears for that matter), especially behind his latest sonic architectural achievement “You&Me”, which was self-released just last week. Exploiting elements from house and garage, hip-hop, and all things ending in “step”, “You&Me” strikes a chord amongst every side of this writer’s electronic listening scale in the most beautiful of ways. That same gift of fusion has simultaneously been the catalyst behind a diverse production index and live shows supporting artists as polar as Disclosure, Lapalux, option4, Tourist, Daedelus, Nosaj Thing and a host of more influential musicians within the dance panorama. If any rising artist deserves a bit of crate-digging from their new fans right this second, we’ll gladly point you the way of MOSIS.
Not ones to sell ourselves short here at TMN, we’re also excited to be dropping the official remix from yet another monster Denver group: Two Fresh. The low-end leaning twins usher “You&Me” in another stimulating direction entirely. Whereas MOSIS’ original lends itself to blissful spaced-out dancefloor or listening vibes, Two Fresh’s revision gets us all hot and bothered; rather inducing the need to grind and twerk to their gluey, wonked out bass line. Both tracks more than have us stoked today, and you can bet our gaze has been fixated towards the “thick” mountain air over there for more tunes in the near future. Check out both tracks below, and take home a free digital copy of MOSIS’ original track here.
Feel That (Official)
As Vic Mensa and Smoko Ono continue their European tour alongside Danny Brown, we finally get a glimpse of what the two have been cooking up in the lab during their extended time together. The Chitown natives have both been on quite a tear lately, steadily releasing one hit after another, and this might just be their biggest one yet. “Feel That” is a certified banger–not something we’d typically expect from the SAVEMONEY spitter, but we definitely don’t hate it. Smoko cranks the bass all the way up on the club ready instrumental, while Vic gets familiar with his ratchet side. We wouldn’t be surprised if this one pops off in the coming months, and we’re definitely open to Vic exploring new sounds as he’s done over the past few months. Check out the heater above, and make sure to grab a free download to add to your collection before the weekend begins.
Best Day Of My Life (Gazzo Radio Edit)
Just in time for festival season, we’re offered up an energetic take on one of the hottest set of lyrics out there. While some of you may scoff and say they’re cheesy, we know you’re secretly singing them in your head. It’s okay. You can appreciate a catchy hook without being lame.
Given the natural uplifting nature of this song as a whole, adding some piano keys and spiraling synths were only a natural progression in this song’s ascension. We’d like to offer a sincere thank you to Gazzo for giving us the perfect tune to play at our Coachella pool party.