We know, we know. We’re way behind schedule on getting this out to you.
Better late than never, right, ninjas? #danceirresponsibly
Big Love (Nic Fanciulli Remix
Like I Do (Wile Out! Mix)
Moths Wings (Artec Remix)
Portugal The Man
Creep In A TShirt (Ron Flieger Remix)
NSYNC vs Uberjakd
I Want You Back (Koyote Edit)
Ready (Original Mix)Free Download
Delerium Ft. Sarah McLachlan
Silence (Sevag Area
Smells Like Teen Spirit (Kings Remix)
Swedish House Mafia Laidback Luke ft Deborah Cox
Leave The World Behind (Cobra Effect Bootleg)
Megatron Cant Eat Snails (Disco Fries ADD Bootleg)
Push Em Up (Salva Remix)
Boy Oh Boy (TWRK Edit)
Lana Del Rey
Meet Me In The Pale Moonlight
If you’re feeling trepidation at the possibility of enduring summertime sadness next season, we have some timely good news for you. A late 70s-inspired number written by the “Young & Beautiful” artist, Lana Del Rey, was released yesterday. According to her tweet to Prefix Magazine, “Meet Me in the Pale Moonlight” was written 4 years ago, which suggests that it won’t be featured on her forthcoming album, Ultraviolence. However, in her reply, she also reveals the title of her next single, named “West Coast”.
There’s less than a month before her album release -set to come out May 1st. So why not sway a little, and allow the moonlit night set in with the picturesque lyrics of the tune below.
Real Slow (Tropicool Remix)
LA based house and disco slanger Tropicool, who is known primarily for his impressive output of eclectic mixtapes, has dipped his toes into the remix pond, much to our delight, authoring quite the groovy club edit of Miami Horror’s dance-poppy single “Real Slow”. A pulsing bass line fuels Tropicool’s deep disco take on the track while the tune’s original vocals spring along quite harmoniously over a glossy dose of synth work, and a funk inspired chord progression. We were immediately hooked into Tropicool’s huge slinky groove, and for our house, dance and club crowd we think you’ll have a tough time avoiding the same fate. This one can be snagged for free as a digital copy over on his official Facebook so do yourself a solid and snag one; and with the man playing Snowball Music Festival this weekend in Denver , we’ll soon hopefully be hearing it rinsed live amongst a sweaty sea of festival dancers.
Joyner Lucas Feat. Young Migs
No Strings Attached
Joyner Lucas is an artist that’s been on our radar for quite awhile, but until today hasn’t been featured on the pages of TMN. Well, as you can see, that’s all about to change. The New England native’s most recent single is one that’s aimed directly at the ladies. Although not exactly the most romantic of hip-hop ballads, “No Strings Attached” accomplishes exactly what it sets out to do.
Lucas puts his elastic flow to proper use, masterfully manipulating the beat with a suave confidence that’ll have ladies everywhere swooning. This one however, wouldn’t be complete without the assistance of captivating crooner Young Migs, whose gorgeous vocals on the sexually charged chorus really put this one over the top.
More singles like this, and chances are you’ll be seeing Joyner’s name a lot more frequently. If you’re curious about what else the emcee is capable of, head over to his SoundCloud page to check out a few of his other recent tracks.
The New Royales x Jay Electronica
Minutes Of Moog
With his third release in three weeks, it seems as if the Jay Electronica comeback is real after all, this time sporting a guest feature on The New Royales‘ “Minutes of Moog.” Jay’s bars aren’t exactly brand new (the dated MySpace reference is a real giveaway here), but that doesn’t make them any less impressive. Borrowing from a song he’s been performing live for nearly four years called “Googly Eyes,” Jay’s relaxed delivery fits well over the glitchy yet polished instrumental. Liz Rodrigues‘ saccharine vocals form the icing on top, which add a reflective element to the laidback tune.
While there still isn’t any news on the status of Act II: Patents of Nobility, we’re keeping our fingers crossed that this steady stream of music will eventually lead to some sort of announcement. Rather than getting our hopes up however, we prefer to sit back and enjoy the ride while it lasts, because if we’ve learned anything from Jay, they’re not typically very long.
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:
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That’s it! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Head to Beta and see for yourself.
Adrian Lux - April 3rd
Sooner or Later feat. Kaelyn Behr (Preview)
Andy C - April 4th
Derek Plaslaiko - April 5th
Electric Deluxe Podcast 111 Derek Plaslaiko
I have yet to sleep and my mind has decided to drift off into a delusional state of nostalgia. Who doesn’t love over-analyzing that one time you brought up pornography in your third grade class? I guess it’s times like these where the only way to put a stop to the madness is to put on some ambient tunes and vibe out the rest of the day. Fortunately, Just A Gent just released this original new track, “Fortaque” and solved every existential crisis I have ever endured.
At first, Just A Gent sets us up with a melodic piano intro that then transitions into an orchestrated composition full of mesmerizing synths, trippy kicks, and a violin that would even make Beethoven shed a tear. The tranquil flow of this song will lift anyone’s spirits to a euphoric level so make sure to grab a box of tissues because this one is going to make you cry.