[Electro House] Dirtyphonics – I Need Your Love

Tis’ the season and it seems that the Frenchmen known as Dirtyphonics are in the mood to start giving gifts already! After premiering on Goat & Fire Radio Episode 1 nearly nine months ago, the release of Dirtyphonics’ “I Need Your Love” has been highly anticipated. Fortunately, the wait is over and as mentioned earlier in honor of the coming season Dirtyphonics has decided to give this amazing track out for free! In typical fashion, Dirtyphonics intertwines aspects from all genres of EDM to produce a driven electro tune that fires on all cylinders. Snag this free download and indulge because thanks to Dirtyphonics Christmas came early for all of us!

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I Need Your Love (Original Mix)
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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #29

We’re not going to lie, ninjas. This week was a rough one. It’s always hard to come back to work after so many days of doing whatever you want to do. However, we stepped up and killed it (would you expect any less from us) and have scoured the internet to find some solid rage-inducing tracks for your couch stomping pleasure. So uncork the champ for the champagne showers, lace up your shoes for couch stompin’, and get this party started.



Thrift Shop (Bombs Away & KOMES Remix)
Macklemore feat Wanz
Trak & Zinc
Tubs vs Hands Up (TJR mashup)
Momentum Parade (Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Clockwork Vs. Da Hool)
Clockwork & MAKJ
Set Fire To The Hook (Joachim Gaurrad, Clockwork Vs. Adele)
Ode To Oi (Koyotes Be Your Dog Boot) Feat. Iggy Pop
The V (Original Mix)
Sebastian Bronk VS Kill The Noise ft Brillz and Minxx
Saturnshiner (Jacob van Hage Mashup)
The Aston Shuffle vs Tommy Trash vs Robert Miles
Sunrise Children (DJ QF Bootleg)
Resurrect the sky
David Solano Mashup
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[TMN Exclusive] Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote (DJ Fresh Direct Remix)

It’s safe to say that DJ Fresh Direct kills this remix. Tackling Swedish House Mafia and Knife Party‘s massive tune “Antidote” and throwing down a Bass heavy Trap remix. Starting off true to the original with a little added drum work, then dropping into an flawless rework of the hard hitting melody tweaked in all the right ways. Find the most massive sound system possible for this one, and enjoy the free download by clicking the “Buy” button. Cheers.

Swedish House Mafia & Knife Party
Antidote (DJ Fresh Direct Remix)
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[Dubstep] Elliot Berger ft. Thallie Ann Seenyen – Hanging On

Elliot Berger, formerly known as System, may not be a name you’re familiar with but it’s never too late to become acquainted. Beginning to play the violin at the ripe age of six, Elliot’s extensive knowledge of composition is apparent in each and every one of his productions. His most recent effort, “Hanging On” is an amazing liquid dubstep track that without a doubt emphasizes the inherent beauty of well-developed progressive dubstep. Combining deep wobbles, poignant piano melodies, and Thallie’s hypnotic vocals, this trance-like dubstep track is nothing short of fantastic. Grab this free download and make sure to show Elliot your appreciation on Facebook here!

Hanging On ft. Thallie Ann Seenyen
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Deltron 3030 – Upgrade (Figure Remix)

Mad dubstep scientist and producer Figure is here to lecture us on grey matter. Well not quite as educational as you think it will indeed expand your musical universe. Taking on the work of the alternative hip hop group Deltron 3030 single “Upgrade” from their 2000 self-titled debut album, Figure does just that by enhancing the song for consumption in 2012. He explains

“Deltron 3030 was essential music to me for so long that to have the groups blessing on this remix is more than a honor. Dan The Automator was more than kind enough to send me Del’s studio acapella, and Del gave me the thumbs up on the mix … In short, I am very giddy about this one!

I tried to capture the vibe of the original all while keeping my sound intact. This remix isn’t made for just dj sets… it’s for the people who grew up on this album like I did and still hold that era up on a pedestal.”

A classic case of oldschool turned newschool by the crafty and relentlessly aggressive Indiana producer.

Deltron 3030
Upgrade (Figure Remix)
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[TMN Exclusive] Interview with Mibbs (of Pac Div)

The L.A.-based hip-hop trio, Pac Div, have carved out their own niche in the blossoming Los Angeles rap scene, interestingly distinguishing themselves by sticking to their West Coast roots. While carrying a recognizable LA feel, their music also holds elements of the Bay Area hip-hop scene making for a unique, yet encompassing, portrait of California. On Tuesday, the Div released their highly anticipated second album, titled GMB, which stands for the members’ first names–Gabe, aka Like, Michael, aka Mibbs and Bryan, aka Be Young.

Through out GMB, the three emcees emerge with their most confident, and creatively boastful, project to date. Although the old-school influence remains in tact, the Div continue to progress bridging the classic and future of West Coast hip-hop. With several notable features including Mac Miller and fellow LA natives Kendrick Lamar and Blu, they also branched out more on this project, which added to the diverse underlying influences. From start to finish, GMB  makes for an extremely enjoyable, and entertaining, experience delivering some west coast sunshine through your speakers.

I was lucky enough to get a chance to shoot Mibbs a few questions and he had some pretty insightful and interesting responses. In the interview, he touches on the group’s origins, their vision for the album and his thoughts about the Los Angeles rap scene among other topics. Check out what he had to say along with a few of our favorites tracks from GMB below, out now on iTunes. Big ups to Mibbs, and the Div, for taking the time to answer our questions.

Pac Div
The Return (feat. Ty$)

TMN: I know the three of you go way back, but when and how did you get into writing raps? How did the Div come about?

Mibbs: Like and myself were in different raps groups with each other growing up. We wrote raps since we were about 7 and 8 years old. Fast forwarding to when we created Pac Division (which was a much larger group from 03-05) we just pretty much gained chemistry with BeYoung and were always around each other, like everyday. So with us 3 being inseperable we created the sound and the whole swagger that you see today.

TMN:It is clear in your music that you guys are influenced by the old school west coast legends. Who else within hip-hop, current and in the past, do you think has influenced your style?

Mibbs: Theres so many rappers, singers, and musical groups that influenced Pac Div’s style and continue to. Just to name a few, Wu-tang, Ras Kass, Redman, Dogg Pound, Pharcyde, Slum Village (huge influence), Jay of course, Nas, Biggie, NWA (for sure), Above the Law, E-40, Outkast, Comptons Most Wanted.

Pac Div

TMN: Although there is a throwback and classic element to your music, I feel like GMB really showed a lot of progression in the sound creating a sort of past-meets-present-and-future sound to it. Tell us a little about your artistic growth and the process behind the album. What was your collective vision for this project?

Mibbs: I’ve always felt that we have a very throwback/futuristic style. I could point to our many influences as the motor that keeps us running our operation the way we do. With GMB, we definitely wanted to give the fans an aggressive, westcoast heavy sound thats also universal. As far as the rhymes go, I believe we spit a bit more arrogant than in our previous projects. We always want to make the albums classic in our own minds before we put it out. This time, we used more features than we ever have. Some new, and some familiar but in all, the album I feel is the best effort to date. Pretty much, the concept of GMB is Gabe, Mike and Bryan were so mad at the music industry that we decided to rob it, then after we robbed it we rubbed it in everyone’s faces.

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[Dubstep] Nexus – Ginger Kids

Aside from similarities with the google tablet, we knew nothing about rising producer Nexus, out of Winter Park, Florida. Electronic music has had an explosion around the United States and it is so rewarding to see talent come out of smaller cities, granted the greater Orlando area is by no means small (with EDC making its premiere this year), but as a former resident, I am so proud to see new talent rise. “Ginger Kids” looks to be one of the handful of songs Nexus released this year but it is already out to be his greatest. The 19 year old producer lays a formidable foundation with an exuberant introduction of captivating melodies interlaced with a slow grind of a bass that is unique and fluid, setting him apart from the many dubstep producers trying to do the same.

We had no idea who Nexus was but as of today, and thanks to “Ginger Kids”, we predict a bright future.

Ginger Kids

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