ZMoney & Danny Brown
Jug & Finesse (prod. Jneal)
Just in time for the weekend, two of the midwest’s most ratchet, Chicago’s ZMoney and Detroit’s Danny Brown, have teamed up for an anthem of sorts titled “Jug & Finesse.” With the assistance of a typically hard-hitting instrumental from Jneal, each rapper demonstrates their unique, yet contrasting, styles.
ZMoney, who’s Rich B4 Rap earned him a cosign from Drake, carries an unconventional trapped-out delivery that falls in line with the rise of artists like Young Thug. Danny, on the other hand, is in a league of his own with exceptional technical skills and an unmatchably strange energy. The two styles unite in an unexpectedly awesome way making for a Friday-worthy slap. Enjoy the stream and turn up above
Another week has come and gone, and here we are staring pure, unadulterated freedom right in it’s beautiful face. We know you probably have a few more hours of work left, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start jamming out.
Logic ft. Jhene Aiko
Break It Down (Louis Futon Remix)
Say My Name (Cosmos Midnight Bootleg)
Man of the Year (Royal T Bootleg Dub)
Too Busy Thinkin (Marvin Gaye vs. Touch,Go) lobsterdust mashup
Eats Everything & Justin Martin
The Gettup (Lamore Gettdown Rework)
Goody Two Shoes (Our Time Bootleg)
Happy (Sevag Area 201 Remix)
Na Na (Grand&Warren Remix)
Calvin Harris Vs Otto Knows
Thinking About A Million Voices (Discosid Classic Mashup)
Loose Cannon (Original Mix)
Henry Fong & DallasK
Dzeko & Torres
200K (Original Mix) Vs. Yeah Yeah Yeahs
JakeSgarlato & Diamond Pistols
How I Beat Shaq
Victor Niglio feat. Kristin Accorsi
Amani (Original Mix)
No Twerk (Gino Jocko VIP Edit)
2U (C. Justice Remix)
Los Angeles based indie rockers Owenstone are offering a glimpse into their upcoming EP with “Summer Lane.” Better yet? You can snag a free download right now.
Contemporary and carefree, this one could easily top your mid-summer play counts. Picture it billowing out over the ocean from the radio deck of a classic convertible cruising down the highway.
After a leading riff of pulsating, infectious rhythm guitar, prepare to be immersed in blissful, dreamy wanderlust. Frontman Nathan Owen’s vocals meander gently between the layers of melody–melody laced with coastal vibes, clasped to rivulets of strings that tether it aimlessly to both blacktop and countryside. A solo, redolent of sitar, adds timelessness to the contemporary–sealing a spot on my summer go-to playlists for years to come.
As the weather gradually continues to warm, we find ourselves constantly seeking songs with groovy, danceable beats, light and playful synths, and an overall summery vibe. While Lincoln Jesser’s new track has some deeper emotions tied to the lyrics, we couldn’t help but dance our way all the way through.
Coming out of La-La Land, Lincoln once again displays his prowess for writing synth-heavy pop tunes that focus both on an engaging melody, and his casual, unassuming vocals. Every time he releases something, we seemingly can’t help but be drawn to it, smiling and dancing our way around TMN HQ.
We tracked Lincoln down for a quick quote on the meaning behind the family-driven lyrics. Here’s what he had to say:
It’s about the idea of being a “good” vs “bad person”…how most everyone is struggling to stay on the right side of that line, but it takes lapses to grow and evolve. It was inspired by the biblical story about the 4 sons actually: wise, wicked, simple, and silent.
As with a lot of his work, “Wicked Son” will be available for free download on his Soundcloud. Head over and pick up a copy for the weekend!
Fresh and bright, Cousin Matt drop off “Second Heart,” a soulful sing-along strung with a decent dose of indie expression. They’re bound to put a spring in your step, open windows up wide, and surround you with a breezy bit of warmth.
The duo may be split between Brooklyn and Atlanta, but distance sure isn’t stopping these two from soulful singing and savvy sampling. We’re hoping for more of this catchy goodness. Treat yourself to a free download right on over here.
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:
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)
That’s it! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Head to Beta and see for yourself.
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Lincoln Jesser x Elephante
A Trillion Somethings Right
As we prepare to say goodbye to Elephante, he of course wanted to end his time with TMN on a high note and presented us with his new song featuring the vocals of Lincoln Jesser ‘A Trillion Somethings Right’. In his own words, Elephante tells us why he loves this song so much:
“I had the huge pleasure of getting vocals from my man Lincoln Jesser, an amazing singer and producer who has been on absolute fire lately and one of my favorite indie artists out there. Plus, “Something Right” is one of my favorite songs of the last few months, so I really wanted to treat it right – tried out a bunch of different things, but kept hearing a tune from an old instrumental I had done underneath it, so I ended up scrapping everything and rebuilding the track around his vocals.
It’s kinda like the song was the girl that you’ve had a crush on for ages, and you finally get a date, and you call a bunch of different restaurants, and try out a bunch of outfits and everything, but then you end up going to your neighborhood joint cuz you know all the waiters, and you wear your lucky underwear because you don’t wanna f*ck it up. Did that make any sense? No? Okay cool, just know that I’m super psyched with how it turned out and please enjoy!”
Well, this is just the something right we were looking for to wrap up the month of April.
Support Lincoln’s Original Track
Licoln Jesser – Something RightOriginal Track
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