[Hip-Hop] Mac Miller – All The Time ft. Ab-Soul (Prod. Chuck Inglish)

When thinking about emcees to watch in 2013, Mac Miller and Ab-Soul are most certainly near the top of the list. On this recent collaboration, Pittsburgh’s Mac goes in with a slow and staggered flow over some wavy, minimal production from Chuck Inglish, while the LA-based Soul brings some smooth melodies. Grab this free gem below and expect this to be a special year for hip-hop.

Mac Miller
All The Time (feat. Ab
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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #34

Wait a minute. What the hell happened? Oh yeah, New Year’s Eve happened. We’re finally feeling normal again after our ring-in-the-new-year-rage-fest with some lovely ladies to the bass-laden tunes of one, Flosstradamus. After Decadence, we definitely had to lie in a dark room for hours on end, drinking Gatorade, eating Pho, and watching movies that made us feel like somewhat of a normal human being. With that being said, we’re ready to get after it once again. So, if you didn’t lose your dancing shoes somewhere in your NYE adventures, please lace those bad boys up.



Kendrick Lamar
Swimming Pools (At Dawn We Rage Fest Edit)
Kanye West
Clique ft Jay Z & Big Sean (Singularity Remix)
Cobra (Christopher Roberts Trap Remix)
Tocadisco vs. Bingo Players vs. Chuckie
Whos Ready 2 Rattle Jump (Mike Kenzo Rework)
Hot Mouth Feat. Chris James
Totally Worth It (PeaceTreaty Rmx)
Hands Up
The Jane Doze
Follow Running Foxes (Zedd x Foxes x Deniz Koyu x Wynter Gordon x Youngblood Hawke)
Back To New (F4Me Bootleg)
Michael Canitrot & Polina VS TV Noise VS Rihanna
Youve Been Right On Me (Julian OK Mashup)
Eric Pyrdz
Everyday (Xristo Remix)
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[Funky] Handbook – Sunrising

Based out of York, producer Handbook delivers the stellar “Sunrising,” an oh-so-funky and soulful bit to end 2012. Mix some smooth electronics & Motown vibes and you’ve got the perfect way to end the week on a high, high note. Follow him on Soundcloud, and be sure to keep your ears perked up for his upcoming LP Titanomachy, due out January 7th.

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[Electronic] Ryan Hemsworth – BasedWorld

Ryan Hemsworth had a huge 2012, but he’s far from done yet. Only a few days into the new year and he’s dropped another banger. “BasedWorld” is eerie, dark, and yet so propulsive and addictive. It’s like a beautiful monster; you can’t look away. Check it out below:


Previous coverage: Mikky Ekko – “Pull Me Down” Remix, The 1975 – “Sexy” (Remix), Frank Ocean – “Thinkin Bout You” (Remix).

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Flume – Sleepless (Charles Murdoch Remix)

Brisbane-based producer, Charles Murdoch, takes on fellow Aussie Flume on this remix of “Sleepless”. Unlike the original, which was playful and sparkly, this rendition savors moments, simmers slowly below the surface, and gives off more of a sensual tone. This one seems better suited as a late night jam. Stream it below and grab a free download here.

Sleepless(Charles Murdoch Remix)

Check out more Charles Murdoch on his Soundcloud page. Be sure to read our interview with Flume!

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[MP3 Playlist] The Trap Dojo #20

TURN UP! This remix from Kid Womp of Baauer‘s anthem “Harlem Shake” is nothing short of amazing, reworking this massive Trap tune in all the right ways. Next is a track from Antiserum & Mayhem titled “Let’s Go” that will be released for free on Monday. Kendrick Lamar‘s track “Swimming Pools” get’s a Festival Trap Edit from At Dawn We Rage. Figure finally shared his remix of ChuckieMRK1 & Doctor‘s track “Mek Money”, this is Trap Step at it’s absolute finest. Make sure not to miss the two songs by HU₵₵I, Luminox‘s track “Hate Me”, and Butch Clancy‘s track “A Beautiful Mind” plus the remix. Cheers.

Harlem Shake (Kid Womp Remix)
Antiserum & Mayhem
Lets Go (Free DL on Monday!)
Kendrick Lamar
Swimming Pools (At Dawn We Rage Fest Edit)
Chuckie, MRK1 & Doctor
Mek Money (Figure Remix Clip)
Butch Clancy
A Beautiful Mind *FREE DOWNLOAD*
Butch Clancy
A Beautiful Mind (Ian Munro Remix) (CLICK BUY FOR FREE DOWNLOAD)
Etude (Flechette Trap Remix)
2 Chainz
Im Different (Spenca & AFK Trap Remix) (88
Bublé Rap
Hate Me (Original Mix)
Kanye West
Clique ft Jay Z & Big Sean (Singularity Remix)
Wiz Khalifa
Work Hard Play Hard (Valentino Khan & ETC!ETC! Remix)
Lana Del Rey
Video Games (Sound Remedy Remix)
The Lumineers
Ho Hey (HugLife Remix)
Requiem For A Dream (Trap Fix)
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[EP Review] Radiation City – Cool Nightmare

There are so many things I like about this band and their sophomore effort, Cool Nightmare, that I’m not sure where to begin.

Maybe I could begin with the band’s incredible use of nostalgia. Maybe I could begin with their ability to tap into R and B, ambient, Blues, 1930’s ballads, folk, indie rock, salsa, cha-cha! Maybe I could begin with the brilliance of using an old, out of tune piano as the spiritual bedrock of their album Cool Nightmare.

Maybe I could stop gushing already and write the damn review!

The entire album moves seamlessly from one song to the next, creating an entire listening experience not unlike a concept album. “Hide From the Night” introduces the listener to an interesting interpretation of an early 60’s song, adding a sonic guitar mini solo at the climax for a modern spin: an almost acid rock touch on The Mamas and the Papas. The next track, “Find It of Use,” provides the listener with a ballad that is interrupted seamlessly by a slowed down, latin—wait, is that a cha-cha-cha?!—beat before reverting back to a ballad. “This Heart of Mine,” provides the listener with a similar experience, adding a slowly drawn violin to the mix.

The entire album is a fascinating and joyful trip back in time by skilled and thoughtful musicians. This is an effort for and by music lovers, with a variety of different instruments, sounds, melodies and emotions that create an experience complex enough for a music buff to enjoy and accessible enough for the casual listener.

Radiation City scored a big win with this one! Enjoy!

Hide From The Night
Find It of Use
Heart of Mine
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