[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 116)


Afternoon ninjas, ninjette Brooke here reporting for FPP duty. This week I decided to be extra generous by loading all of you up with a shit ton of free music to help get you from Point A to Lost in the next 2 hours. Since last week was a little on the stale side, this week will make you question the Urban Dictionary definition of “Party”. Loaded with a range of genres from trap (twerk, twerk, twerk) dubstep (Blink-182 wub wub), electro house, glitch hop, deep house, etc., this weeks FPP is bound to turn you from that wallflower in the corner to Beyonce in the club.

As you prepare for another weekend of shenanigans, make sure you download this weeks FPP so you can turn up on the go. So what are you waiting for? Drink up the Fireball, crank up the volume, and dance yo booties off because it’s officially the weekend and you need to get crunk.

Until next week. #danceirresponsibly

’Iggy Azalea Ft. Rita Ora – Black Widow (Prismo Remix)’
’LeKtriQue & Seek N Destroy – Atomic (Aero Chord Remix)’
’Steve Aoki – Rage the Night Away featuring Waka Flocka Flame (ENFERNO Remix)’
’Smookie Illson & Zooly ft. Ragga Twins – Ready’
’Carnage ft. Migos – Bricks (Victor Niglio Twerk VIP)’
’Ash Riser – When Its Over (SAYMYNAME Remix)’
’UFO! – The Dream’
’LAXX – Head Blender’
’Deorro vs MAKJ – READY! (Original Mix)’
’Migos & Rich The Kid – Jumpin Like Jordan (KickRaux, Riot Ten & Jack Bass Remix)’
’Tropkillaz & Buku – Follow the Beat’
’DJ SnelleJelle – Back to Life’
’BARE – Bounce’
’Steve Aoki – Rage the Night Away feat. Waka Flocka Flame (Flosstradamus Remix)’
’DeafMind – 303’
’massappeals – I’m Good’
’Kstylis – Trampoline Booty (Aylen Remix)’
’Jauz – Feel The Volume (Original Mix)’
’FMM: Yogi ft. Pusha T – Burial (RIDDIM COMMISSION REMIX)’
’SPACE LACES – Dungeons and Dragons’
’Nash One & Mike Cervello – Murda (Cesqeaux Remix)’
’Blink 182 – What’s My Age Again (DotEXE Remix)’
’LNY TNZ/Dany BPM – Rompelo (Luminox Rework)’
’Chant (Choppa Dunks Retwerk)’
’808 CONGLOMERATE – Clonez’
’Devastator – Jurassic Trap (Original Mix)’
’Louder (DeafMind Remix)’
’Cooler Than Latch (Disclosure ft. Sam Smith // Mike Posner)’
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[Hip-Hop] Vic Mensa – Wimme Nah (Prod. Kaytranada)

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Vic Mensa.
Wimme Nah (Prod. By Kaytranada)

Still riding off the highs of an insane set at Lollapalooza last weekend, Vic Mensa took to Twitter yesterday to urge his followers to use the hashtag #WimmeNah to propel the release of his next single produced by Kaytranada. After generating enough buzz, the Chitown spitter stayed true to his word, unleashing the glorious single upon the world earlier today. After one listen it should be pretty clear that Vic is in his own lane at the moment, as he’s been soundtracking our summer with a solid repertoire of bangers that sound unlike anything else out right now. The track is oozing in Chicago pride, as Vic declares that the city’s “Wimme Nah,” and if his performance at Lolla proved anything, it’s that he’s right.

Check out the dope new cut above, and make sure to grab yourself a free download of the fresh track through Facebook.

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2014 Mega Summer Playlist Vol I: Indie Rock & Folk


As the calendar slowly turns another page, bringing to most what is considered as the last month of summer, we can only hope to make the best of what’s left of this incredible season. For most of you out there, you’ve probably hit a festival or two. For some, you just simply enjoyed being outdoors, doing what you love. Whatever it is you have on deck for the next month, we have you covered as far as tunes go.

To celebrate the last three months of incredible music, we’ve once again banded together as a clan, calling on ninjas all over the world to give us their favorite tunes from the summer months. Just as we did last year, we’ve created you four top-notch playlists, starting this week with our Indie Rock and Folk selections.

The 2014 Mega Summer Playlist Vol I: Indie Rock & Folk is stacked top to bottom, ranging from laid-back vocalists singing over a singular instrument, to fast-paced garage rock bands, who will get you out of your seat, to everything in between. Press play and get ready for over 100 songs of greatness.

’Vance Joy – Riptide’
’Young Rising Sons – High’
’DWNTWN – Til Tomorrow’
’The Griswolds – Beware the Dog’
’Absolutely Free – Beneath The Air’
’Jeremy Loops – Skinny Blues’
’Kid Astray – Taking You With Me’
’Noosa – Sail’
’Nate Eiesland – Drifting’
’Mainland – West Coast (Coconut Records Cover)’
’Husky – I’m Not Coming Back’
’I Am the Sky – Half A Man’
’Cold Weather Company – What Do I Do’
’Sean Oneill – Vienna’
’PHOX – 1936’
’The Oh Hellos – Second Child, Restless Child’
’GEMS ≠ Scars’
’Washed Out – Don’t Give Up’
’Gardens & Villa – Bullet Train’
’Tokyo Police Club – Hot Tonight’
’Young Rising Sons – King Of The World’
’OK Go – The Writing’s On the Wall’
’Colony House – Silhouettes’
’SALES – vow’
’Somos – Dead Wrong’
’Bad Suns – We Move Like The Ocean’
’Friendly Fires & The Asphodells – Before Your Eyes’
’Future Islands – Seasons (Waiting On You)’
’Tennis – Mean Streets’
’Jack + Eliza – Hold The Line’
’St. Vincent – Digital Witness’
’Hospitality – Rockets and Jets’
’MISUN – “Eli Eli”‘
’The Black Keys – Fever’
’MYNGA feat. Cosmo Klein – Back Home (Original Mix)’
’Field Mouse – “Two Ships”‘
’Tycho – L’
’White Reaper – Half Bad’
’Jack and Eliza – Secrets’
’We Were Evergreen – Daughters’
’The Holidays – Tongue Talk’
’Real Estate – Talking Backwards’
’Frankie Animal – Obsession’
’Wolfgang – Black River’
’Kishi Bashi – Philosophize In It! Chemicalize With It!’
’Bleachers – Shadow’
’Carla – Heart Trips’
’Bad Suns – Salt’
Bears – For You’
’Oslo Parks – Twin’
’White Reaper – Cool’
’Sonic Avenues – In Your Head’
’HAIM – My Song 5 feat. A$AP Ferg’
’Alt J – Left Hand Free’
’Mexico City Blondes – Fade’
’Panama Wedding – All Of the People (RAC Mix)’
’Panama Wedding – Uma’
’Noosa – Wildfire’
’Only Real – Cadillac Girl’
’Lowell “I Love You Money” (from ‘We Loved Her Dearly’ out Sept 16)’
’Bruno Merz – Into The Air’
’Tennis – 100 Lovers’
’Prelow – For The Team’
’Tennis – Never Work For Free’
’Lana Del Rey – West Coast’
’Tin Gardens – Crossed My Mind’
’Brett – Golden’
’Brett – Chalon’
’Anders – I Wish (You Were Mine)’
’Spoon – Do You’
’Decorations – Girls’
’Bad Suns – Dancing On Quicksand’
’Death From Above – Trainwreck 1979’
’S – Vampires’
’La Sera – Running Wild’
’Tacocat – “Crimson Wave”‘
’The Tins – They Aren’t Evil’
’Avi Buffalo – So What’
’Generationals – Gold Silver Diamond’
’Noosa – Walk On By’
’St. Lucia – Forgiveness’
’Coasts – Oceans’
’Coasts – Tonight’
’Wooderson Slater – The Lake’
’The Rentals – Thought Of Sound’
’Jenny Lewis – Just One Of The Guys’
’Fake Laugh – Nothing But Good’
’WOODS – Tambourine Light’
’WOODS – Leaves Like Glass’
’Lana Del Rey – Shades Of Cool’
’Bob Mould – I Don’t Know You Anymore’
’Wye Oak – Logic of Color’
’Hospital – Revelation’
’THE CLOCKTOWER – Take A Chill Pill’
’Niykee Heaton – INFINITY’
’Young Man – Five’
’Hundred Waters – Xtalk’
’Black Honey – Sleep Forever (Demo)’
’Real Estate – Crime’
’The Raa – Terrified’
’The Careful Ones – For A Moment’
’Foxes in Fiction – Shadow’s Song’
’Metronomy – I’m Aquarius’
’Ruu Campbell – The Call(Heartsong)’
’Axel Flovent – Beach’
’Nick Hakim – The Light’
’Nick Hakim – Cold’
’Smallpools – Killer Whales’
’COMPNY – Begging Me To Come Back’
’Model Aeroplanes – Innocent Love’
’High Tyde – Karibu’
’Bombay Bicycle Club – Luna’
’Phantogram – Fall In Love’
’Broken Bells – After the Disco’
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[Chill] GoldLink – When I Die (Alex Young + Jonah Baseball Version)

When I DIe (Alex Young + Jonah Baseball)
When I Die (Alex Young + Jonah Baseball Version)

GoldLink is the fastest rising rapper of 2014, period. Since The God Complex dropped in April, the DMV-raised hip hop artist has been all across the country playing shows and festivals, teaming up with the Soulection collective, and more. He has already collaborated with Lakim and Sango so he is no stranger at all to futuristic garage productions, but Alex Young and Jonah Baseball decided to take it one step further and bring the vibes to the McCallaman production of “When I Die.” It’s got an infectious energy to it that even non-hip-hop heads can appreciate. Alex Young is already quite established as a producer, however I urge you to definitely take Jonah Baseball’s catalogue for a spin if you aren’t familiar. And if you want to hear more from GoldLink, you can download his massively successful debut tape The God Complex here!

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[Groovy] Birdy – Skinny Love (Fareoh Remix)

Skinny Love (Fareoh Remix)

No matter who you are or what you listen to, we have come to the conclusion that there is not a single soul who does not love Birdy’s rendition of “Skinny Love” (originally by Bon Iver). Whenever anyone puts their spin on this timeless track, we cannot help but grab our Webster dictionary and pour ourselves a glass of fine wine before we turn into music reviewers.

When it comes to remixing classics, we have to be selective about the remixes that surface our newsfeeds because with a song like “Skinny Love”, we only want to present the best of the best. It must be a lucky day for all of you because we just found something for all you ninjas to go ape shit over. New York producer and groove master, Fareoh, put one of the glitchiest electronic spins on “Skinny Love” and turned it into pure gold.

As soon as you press play, you’re instantly welcomed with a choppy acoustic melody along with Birdy’s sensational whispy voice that effortlessly progresses into a glitch-hop, electro house, funky fresh breakdown to bring you those much needed Summer vibes. If this were being played at a festival, you bet you’d be hearing this during a Gramatik set at Lightning in a Bottle because there is no way the masters of electronic funk could let this one fall off the radar. Fareoh definitely just made a name for himself and his music with this one and we expect to be hearing this at every festival until the end of time. Not only did he kill it as a remix, but he just made it a timeless track to give us those nostalgic groovy feels whenever we please.

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[Acoustic] Years & Years – Take Shelter (Unplugged)

Years & Years - Take Shelter Unplugged
Years and Years
Take Shelter Unplugged

British trio Years & Years recently came out with their new EP, and here we have an acoustic version of their lead single “Take Shelter”. With only the piano as the accompaniment, their lead singer Olly’s voice shines in this poignant little tune. They describe themselves as Electro Soul Pop, and when you take away the electro element of the song, Soul and Pop are exactly what these guys sound like acoustically. It’s simple, emotional, heartfelt, and most importantly, it calls for your attention. It’s almost like you’ve gone through a bad breakup and here you are reminiscing about the old times. Okay this might be going too far but you get the point.

Also, check out their original version of the song here. We are pretty excited to see what else these guys have to offer. With the release of this single, Years & Years are definitely on the right track to make it big in the UK, maybe even here in the States.

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[NEW] XXYYXX – Unknown (Feat. Vanessa Elisha)

Unknown (feat. Vanessa Elisha) [Off upcoming VINYL/EP]

There’s very few artists we’d immediately drop everything at hand for, but you can be certain that XXYYXX and Vanessa Elisha are two of them. The 18 year old producer has been experimenting with quite an array of varying sounds over the last few months, but this latest effort finds him returning to some of his lo-fi roots as he links up with the Aussie native on “Unknown.” After one listen, it’s safe to say this collaboration left us breathless. After two listens, well, we’d rather not divulge what that did to us. Fusing together a unique mix of brooding, wavy production with Vanessa’s sultry vocals, the young Floridian creates a hypnotizing concoction that’ll definitely leave you begging for more.

Ever the man of mystery, the enigmatic producer has spared us very few details about the release, though he has dropped a couple of hints about what the future holds for him. While the title of this song is “Unknown,” we do know that it’ll be on an upcoming yet-to-be-named vinyl EP. Though some more information would be nice, we’ve learned to accept what we can get out of the talented musician.

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