[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist (Vol 92)

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Oh, shit. Ninjas, we’re about ready for summertime. Are you? It feels like we’ve been dwelling on these winter months for days on end, and we’re just about sick and tired of it. While we have no control over the weather, we do have control over what we do on the weekends. While snow may be piled up around your driveway, we can easily turn up the tempature inside with some dancy ass tracks.

So, crack open an adult beverage and get going. The only way to get those warm-weather feels is to dance your ass off.

You lace up your shoes, and we’ll provide the tunes.

#danceirresponsibly

Over It feat. Dia Frampton (Bixel Boys Remix)
Adventure Club
Wonder (Louis The Child Remix)
The 1975
Chocolate (HLM Remix)
Flight Facilities
I Didnt Believe (Special Features Remix)
Bastille
Flaws (The Chainsmokers Remix)
Wake All The Timber Up (Kap Slap Bootleg)
Pegboard Nerds
Bassline Kickin (Dzeko & Torres Remix)
Ellie Goulding
How Long Will I Love You (Jem Remix)
Stellar Drumfire Nrg Back To Earth (Leo Laurettis Mashup)
F. Polar Bears, Chuckie, Daddys G.
Demons (White Panda Remix)
Laidback Luke
MY G.O.D (Laidback Luke 2014 Edit)
Touch (Jorgen Odegard Remix)
Party Favors
Jungle Boogie
MIA
YALA (Bro Safari & Valentino Khan Remix)
PAPER DIAMOND X LOUDPVCK
WYLIN
Low Pros
100 Bottles (feat. Travi$ Scott)
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Marika Hackman – ’81 (Joanna Newsom Cover) [TMN RESIDENT VIDEO PREMIERE]

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'81 (Joanna Newsom cover)

As we slowly waltz through the winter months, bundled up with the simple pleasures in life, we’re warmly comforted by our favorite music, softly carrying us to a sunnier, more embraceable time. Something about the familiar lyrics help ease the bitter cold, whether we’re willing to admit it or not.

Marika Hackman certainly knows this, consistently providing listeners with words easily associated with and fondly appreciated time and time again. When she’s not providing her own lyrics, she’s busy covering another notable harp-adorned female storyteller, which is what we have for you today.

Hailing out of the UK, February Resident Marika Hackman has graced us with the pleasure of premiering her live accoustic cover of the ever-so-talented harpist, Joanna Newsom. In this take on “’81″, we’re immediately ready to head to the “Garden of Eden” with Marika, as she calmly reinterprets this folk classic.

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[Electro House] Rudimental – Free (Matt Nash Remix)

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Free (Matt Nash Remix)

We’ve heard a plethora of Rudimental remixes since the release of Home in April of last year. One of the most heavily remixed tunes off of that album was “Free,” which boasted emotion-rich lyrics perfect for just about any kind of synthesized backdrop.

Today we’re offering up a particularly electrifying electro house interpretation of this tune, featuring buzzing basslines, a gorgeous escalating melody and a dance floor destroying progressive nature. Londoner Matt Nash has dialed up a big, bold and beautiful take of this tune, providing all the energy you need to carry you into the weekend.

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[Remix] Ty Dolla $ign – Or Nah (Feat. The Weeknd & Wiz Khalifa)

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Or Nah (Remix Feat. The Weeknd)

Less than a week after completely transforming Beyoncé‘s “Drunk In Love,” The Weeknd is back at it again, this time tackling the remix to Ty Dolla $ign‘s breakout single, “Or Nah,” featuring Wiz Khalifa. The Canadian crooner laces the DJ Mustard produced single with his silky smooth vocals and some rather raunchy lyrics, making for quite an interesting revamp. This is definitely one you won’t want to miss out on, and it’s certainly worth the asking price of $Free.99. Download the track above, and those of you looking for some official swag from The Weeknd should check out his Official Issue XO Cut & Sew Collection set to launch tomorrow.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 2/20

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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)

Jerome Isma Ae- February 20th
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Beardyman - Feb. 21st
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Chris Lake - Feb 22nd
Chris Lake ft. Jareth
Helium (Radio Mix)
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[Indie-Dance/House] Dr. Dre – Forgot About Dre (The Golden Pony Remix)

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Forgot About Dre (The Golden Pony Remix)

The Golden Pony have brought their afro driven deep-disco flair to The Chronic: 2001‘s “Forgot About Dre” and it’s been stuck on a permanent loop in this writer’s TMN cubicle. Paying homage to their classic influence has been the modus operandi for The Golden Pony’s remix choices lately as we’ve seen them take on Simon & Garfunkel, Tears For Fears and Daft Punk to reference a few, but our first exposure to them tackling the world of hip-hop has in our eyes been our most revered entry into the TGP production catalog. Taking its shape behind a pitched down vocal hook from the original chorus and an almost progressive-house meets indie-dance bass line and pad selection, their remix wonderfully accentuates Dre’s timeless verses. We’ve seen some admirable stabs at remixing Dr. Dre for the dance hall but no one has yet harnessed that gangster shine within a straight four-four house track in such a groovy manner until now. If your head is bobbing as unconsciously as ours and The Golden Pony’s remix of “Forgot About Dre” just has to be in your music player’s library then you’re in luck. This one is being given away as a free download, so grab it in exchange for a Facebook “like” here.

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[Dream-Pop] Goodbye Chanel – Foreva

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What a lovely outlet for our emotive side to come shining through this Wednesday. Scott Johnson’s solo act turned five-piece dream-pop outfit, Goodbye Chanel, just uncovered a brand new single “Foreva”, much to our deilght. Fueled by a surf-rock inspired guitar hook a la Dick Dale, brought up to contemporary speed with the employment of a shoegazey reverb filter, Goodbye Chanel’s hazy, minimal-pop instrumentation wraps itself ideally around Johnson’s yearning delivery -in the same vein as Wild Nothing or early Washed Out nonetheless- to create the perfect statement for their forthcoming EP Hot City Nights. “Foreva” is given the perfect amount of room to build; from the slow burning intro to the first bridge, carefully adding choice backup guitar licks and snare heavy, but ultimately light percussion patterning throughout. There is a thought evoking, storytelling sense to the tune, which hooks its listener from the onset for what is a pensive sonic journey. Goodbye Chanel’s impending Hot City Nights extended play is geared up for an April 21 release ( a day too late for some) on Dead Young Records, and if it’s anything as musically layered as debut LP Through Night to Paradise you can bet we’ll be with them every step of the way until then. Slow down your day a bit through the use of a little Goodbye Chanel above.

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