Sunday Night Soul [Vol. 24]

Sunday Night Soul

Before we begin tonight, I do want to apologize for last week’s lack of Sunday Night Soul. However, we’re hoping this week’s tasty selection more than makes up for our absence last week. Once again featuring a wide variety of singers and producers, this week’s edition comes packed with plenty of goodies to get you through the night–and into Monday morning. Given that it’s a loaded week for us, we have an enormous amount of material to work with from a stellar cast of artists, including: Pyxis, Memeb, Youth is DEAD, Lyves, Nick Price, King Avriel, Jarreau Vandal, Tink, Devonté Hynes, Rubee Rayne, Blackbear, Super Jay, Todd Zack Jr., Kehlani, MacKenzie, Dpat, Fortune, Esta, El. Train, Go Yama, Marce Reazon and Prizm. Considering it’ll probably take you more than a night to get through all of this, I’ll keep things short and allow you to dive right into the music.

So High
Left & Right Ft Kaleem Taylor (Original Mix)
Youth is DEAD
Lovers On The Moon
Eric Lau & Tawiah
Favourite Truth feat. Kaidi Tatham
Tom Misch & Carmody
Nick Price
Naked Souls
Explore You (prod. Thempeople)
King Avriel
Elle Varner
F**k It All
Natalie Lauren
Get Up
Patrick Baker
Under Your Spell
Simian Ghost
Never Really Knew
Jackson Breit
Coca Cola
Jarreau Vandal
Move Love Ft. joya mooi
Kelela x Tink
Want It (Produced by DJ Dahi)
Do Better (Prod. Floating Points)
Low Leaf
Set Me Free
Devonté Hynes
Palo Alto
Sienna (prod. Felix Snow)
Rubee Rayne
DSYLM (Dont Say You Love Me)
How I Fell In Love
Justin Bieber and Poo Bear
Hard 2 Face Reality
Avery Sunshine
Call My Name
valley girls
Come Over (Prod. Rawsmoov)
Super Jay
Yo Body
Keke Wyatt
Fall In Love
SAME PAGE Featuring Eric Bellinger
Lyrica Anderson
Feenin (ft. Kevin Gates)
Keke Palmer
Ride This Beat Feat. BOB Main
Todd Zack Jr.
playershit. feat. YE Ali (Prod. by CMPLX)
Dont Tell Nobody ft Jeremih (Prod. Da Internz)
TIME RMX featuring IAMSU
FWU (Prod. by Swagg Rcelious)
Derek King
What It Do Ft. IAMSU!
Gun Charge ft. Skeme
Indy (ft. Miguel)
Sweet Communion
grey LA
Mr. Carmack
Miss You Most (At Night), With Taku
After The Smoke
The Road
Baby One More Time
Jarell Perry
Lyfe Harris
Stuck On You (Prod. Lyfe Harris)
Belle De Jour (Roses)
Detail And Future
Nights Up North (A JAYBeatz Mashup)
Tori Kelly
Mr. music (XONA Remix)
A L I V E  (Michael Jackson sample)
Without You
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Mila J
Smoke Drink Break Up (Jeftuz remix)
DAngelo x Miguel Macedo
Spanish Joint (Joe Kays Slowed Edit)
In Those Jeans (aywy. Rework)
Mary J Blige
Just Fine / El Train Refix (Darker Than Wax Free D/L)
Tinashe Ft. Schoolboy Q
2 On (BNJMN Bootleg Mix)
Jhene Aiko feat. Kendrick Lamar
Stay Ready (a NOw FUTUR rework)
Kacy Hill
Experience(esta remix ft. Rome Fortune)
Vulnerable (El. Train Edit)
Sure Thing (PATCHWORK Remix)
Jarreau Vandal
FCKUTNGHT ft. Danderson
Summer Occasion
Little Dragon
Scale It Back (Go Yama Flip)
Im Just Tryna Tell Ya
Marian Hill
One Time (Marce Reazon Remix)
I Won ft. Kanye West (4REAL REMIX)
Vulnerable (Pomo Remix)
Prizm x Alicia Keys and Usher
My Boo
Ludacris feat. Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih & Cashmere Cat
Party Girls (Charlemagne Tango Remix)
Semi Precious Weapons
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[House] Andrew Bayer – Bullet Catch

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Bullet Catch

Andrew Bayer is at it again, and ohhh boy is he frisky! The traditional depth and progressive ambiance that Mr. Bayer portrays in his tracks is augmented this time around with some dirty electro bass and a sexy wobble. Despite the piano interim, which the producer states will exclude it from a classification of “banger”, I disagree. Bullet Catch has everything required to be a stand up summer track for 2014. A bit of esoteric distension that’ll make you cry, a little dab of some roll juice to enjoy a hand with blinking LEDs, and a drop to get a crowd jumping like they’re in Dadaland make this a tune that’s a memorable jump off to any respectable dance party. Enjoy!

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[Classic] AJ Ellis – Cheating the Czar

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Cheating the Czar

Have you ever put a Starburst in your mouth and tried not to chew it? It’s about as impossible as hearing this track and not saying Elvis Costello. The comparisons are aplenty and we shall not deviate. Unless it’s to say that also, British expat and NYC homed A.J. Ellis, is in possession of an exquisite swoon; not dissimilar to the likes of Roy Orbison, in his most crooning of moods.

New release ‘Cheating The Czar’, sees a 1950’s rock-a-billy-swing take precedent, in what is ultimately a seduction in the art of the unpretentious. A guitar-pop spectacle at its finest: think Ezra Furman, but replace the unhinged punk vibe with a bit of polish, and add an injection of the indie vein.

Touring with the likes of Albert Hammond Jr and The Strokes, saw early to mid 2000 success for Ellis’s former band Five O’Clock Heroes. Previously sweeping the shores of his UK homeland and conquering Europe and NYC alike, Ellis now sets his sails and embarks on solo ventures anew.

‘Cheating The Czar’ is cleverly tuneful, melodically mellifluous and flawless in its execution. Impeccable lyricism, dressed to impress and suited in swing. The upbeat soundscape contrasts, in a complimentary fashion, with a slightly yearning vocal.

There’s no better track than one decorated so simply, yet concealing a myriad of secret intelligence. A beautiful release, from this months full length debut album: ‘Bury The Devil’, ‘Cheating The Czar’, proves Ellis may just be, the balladeer of a new alt ballad.

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[NEW] Lil Wayne – Believe Me (Feat. Drake) (Prod. Boi-1da & Vinylz)

Believe Me
Lil Wayne
Believe Me (ft. Drake)

After plenty of teasers sprinkled throughout the week, the preparations for Tha Carter V are finally underway . Billed as Lil Wayne‘s final solo project, the New Orleans veteran had recently been building anticipation for the lead single, thanks to some unconventional promo from Kobe Bryant and Floyd Mayweather. Recruiting his number one running mate, Drake, for the assist on this one, “Believe Me” features the two emcees trading bars over an ominous instrumental by Boi-1da and Vinylz that’ll shake you to your very core. As they switch up their flows to coincide with a shift in the tempo midway through, “Believe Me” when I say that Weezy sounds hungrier than he has in recent memory. We won’t say he’s in classic mixtape form just yet, but we’d like to think his relative dormancy lately indicates that he’s bringing a new level of focus to this album.

Stream the new track above, and stay tuned for more information on Tha Carter V, including its new release date.

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[Summertime] RAC – Cheap Sunglasses (ft. Matthew Koma)

Cheap Sunglasses (ft. Matthew Koma)

Before you listen to this song, we want you to drop everything and get in your car. Head to the gas station in closest to your house, head inside, and purchase a pair of sunglasses. They should preferably be under $10, sitting on a tilted, plastic rack. After you make your thrifty, stylish purchase, head back to your computer and press play.

All settled? Ok. Press play and get ready to listen to what will populate your headphones, speakers and lives for the next few months. Portland-born RAC is back with another groovy tune that has warm-weather vibes written all over it. Coming off of the heels of his release with former Bloc Party frontman Kele, the Interscope records signed artist has teamed up with famed EDM vocalist Matthew Koma for a poolside pleaser worthy of any epic, summer get-together.

“Strangers” features a dancy piano melody, warped vocal samples, and some playful xylophone notes. When coupled with Koma’s addicting vocals, and this gem is sure to crawl it’s way under your skin for the duration of summer.

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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist Vol 102


Happy Friday, ninjas! As you slowly check things off of your to-do list for this afternoon, we’d like you to call a few things to your attention:

1. You’re hours away from being able to dive into your first adult beverage.
2. You’re about to embark on one of the biggest party weekends of the year, loving referred to as “Cinco de Mayo.”
3. You definitely need some beats in your life to get through the next few hours of work.

That pretty much sums it up. Kill it for the next few hours and then enjoy two full days of freedom.

As usual, we’d like to kindly ask that you #danceirresponsibly

What Is House? (Original Mix)
Prince Club
ZHU X Phantogram X Pharrell X Major Lazer
Faded In Love (bvnny Mashup)
Me & You (Neight Remix)
Party Favor
Touch (Biggie Smiles Remix)
Calvin Harris
Summer (Bombs Away Remix)
Victor Niglio
Jager (Jake Sgarlato Remix)
Black Magic ( Original Mix )
Ryan Enzed & Holly J
Get With It (Original Mix)
Peter Thomas
All Of You (Steerner Bootleg)
White Guitar Baby (Kyco Mashup)
Sander Van Doorn vs The White Stripes vs Bang La Decks vs Pnau
R3hab & NERVO & Ummet Ozcan
Revolution (Jayden Parx Remix)
Borgore & Victor Niglio
Booty Monsta (David A #1DAFUL Remix)
Justin Maes
Insomnia (Original Mix) Free Download
Major Lazer ft. Pharrell
Aerosol Can (HLM Remix)
You (Kelvin Beat Remix)
It Wont Stop (Alizzz Remix)
Michael Jackson : Leave Me Alone
Kisskaya & Sporty
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[House] Coldplay – Midnight (Giorgio Moroder Remix)

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Midnight (Giorgio Moroder Remix)

The father of disco and electronic music as we know it, Giorgio Moroder has effortlessly taken on an impressive feat. Remixing one of the best voices of our generation, this famed Italian producer has created a progressive journey through the utilization of Chris Martin’s glorious vocals. In a an incredibly melodic, piano-centric remix, this South Tyrol artist is a long way from his roots way back in 1966.

Amidst a bevy of internationally recognized achievements ( 3 Oscars, 3 Golden Globes and 4 Grammys) Moroder has added yet another stellar production with this remix. Crafting a trance-inspired, canorous journey through soaring synths and a slow, progressing beat, we’re left with something that’s truly stunning. Press play and get lost in the greatness that is this remix of “Midnight”

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