Words (Glastrophobie Remix)
Emotional definitely seems like the best way to categorize this song. Mesmerizing, breathtaking, they’re all other words that can describe the impact of this production. But as the lyrics suggest, words can only do so much, so your best move is to hit play and feel everything that Glastrophobie has put into this track. For further amazement, consider that the vocalist Anna Graceman is only 14 years of age. Just wow.
Cathedral (Dinnerdate Remix)
A beautiful voice and guitar melody could easily be considered as one of the purest forms of music. When hearing the single ‘Cathedral’ from French band Cocoon, that raw talent is palpable, and there’s an inherent feeling that this musical purity should remain untouched by all the other elements of modern electronic music. And yet, add a perfectly crafted beat and bright percussive elements, and suddenly it can all be seen in a new light. Ignore all the negative connotations that are often associated with the word ‘remix’, because what Dinnerdate has created here is an evolution of the original’s beauty, with the raw charm of the vocals and acoustic melody still very much at the heart of it all. More than that, we have here the ultimate chill experience that can only come from this electronic atmosphere fusing in perfect harmony with all the elements that make the original so powerful. It’s truly cleansing stuff, so let your worries wash away in the serene images this sound invokes.
Eyes ft Lyon (Muneshine Remix)
Manchester has more to root about than just Man U. While this song is the furthest thing from what a soccer hooligan would throw on before a match, it’s still something to stop and admire. On a side note, we’d like to apologize for calling it soccer. Seeing as how this blogger is a Yank, we still call it soccer.
Regardless of what nomenclature we’re using for the world’s game, we can assure you that this track will have worldwide appeal. Boasting some deliciously delicate vocals, the second single from the upcoming album Fairytales of Summer Shoegazers features soaring synths coupled with charging atmospheric layering. Futurecop! hs created something that begs to be remixed and today we’re excited to bring you just that.
Bringing a sound that infuses a little future bass, Tortononian based producer Muneshine has given this tune a whole new personality, providing ample rolling bass to set the tone. Known best for his remix of Portugal. The Man, this producer has a knack for re-interpreting tunes. We’re sure this take on “Eyes” is the first of many we’ll be covering.
Tis’ the season for music festivals and summer shows. Hopefully, you were smart enough to save up some money to hit up every show on your list. But if not, it’s ok. We’ve created a virtual show for you right here. We know, we know, it’s not the real thing, but sometimes it’s a good thing to dust off the old imagination and get lost in the music. Don’t knock it till you try it….
It Is What It Is (Blood Orange Cover)
Tears & Marble
What Is Love (cover)
End Of The World (Rare/Acoustic Version)
THEY DONT LOVE YOU NO MORE FT. JAY Z, RICK ROSS, MEEK MILL, FRENCH MONTANA
Wanna know how I can usually tell it’s nearly summer? Well, the weather is usually a good clue (maybe not this year though), but my main barometer typically comes in the form of DJ Khaled spewing at me to listen to another one of his obligatory street anthems. Despite how you feel about his persona or talents, it’s hard to argue that Khaled’s been a mainstay on summer radio for the last eight years or so.
Ever the man of many words (but a limited vocabulary), Khaled recently expressed his excitement at finally landing Jay Z on the lead single for his upcoming album. Also featuring the star studded lineup of Meek Mill, Rick Ross and French Montana, “They Don’t Love You No More” is something of a banger, and outside of the rather dreadful auto-tuned chorus, a hard hitting number with some incredibly slick verses. While Meek Mill opens the track with unbounded energy, his MMG boss sweeps in with some mean bars of his own, with Hov handling clean up duties (and possibly firing some shots back at Drake in the process).
There’s no word yet on a release date for Khaled’s next album, but if there’s one thing that we’re certain of, it’s that we’ve got a very interesting summer ahead of us.
Bassjackers & MAKJ
DERP (Original Mix) [OUT NOW]
We know that the weekend is officially over, but here at TMN, the party never stops. We tend to follow the DJ Snake motto, “Turn down for what?” and we take it to the extreme. Whenever we have an excuse to fist pump our way through the day, we take full advantage of the opportunity, and today is one of them. Just recently, Bassjackers and MAKJ unveiled their newest collaborated effort, “Derp” and sent the internet into a chaotic frenzy.
The combination of both MAKJ’s signature breakdowns and Bassjackers intense chord progressions collectively exude enough force to make everyone put their derp face on. We don’t really know what that means, but after listening to this a few times through, we have definitely come to a resolve. So put on your dancing shoes, turn up the bass, and slap that derp face on for the rest of the day.
Make sure to grab Bassjackers & MAKJ’s epic festival banger, out now on Beatport!
Missing You (Noah Diamond's Pool Party Remix)
Things are heating up in the City of Angels, and Noah Diamond is helping contribute to this pre-summer heatwave. Giving DWNTWN’s “Missing You” a deep house facelift, this young producer has crafted something that we’re anxiously loading up our “Summertime Pool Jams” playlist with.
The original tune via the Los Angeles indie popsters had a vocal progression that was perfect for a nice set of beats, and that’s just what happened. While some of the folky allure is gone, this remix takes “Missing You” to a whole different level, creating a sultry progressive, deep house gem.
This is a free download on Noah’s Soundcloud. We recommend you pick it up and throw it on at your next pool party.