The Trap Dojo #60 [MP3 Playlist]

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To make up for not dropping a Trap Dojo last week, we pulled out all the stops for #60. Starting off with What So Not‘s most recent anthem, “Jaguar”, no comment. Bro Safari and ETC!ETC! can do no wrong as they team up to remix Sub Focus‘ track “Turn Back Time”. LMC and Wayvee tackle Juicy J and Pusha T‘s track “Body Work”, just take a listen, it’s glorious. The Reddit discovered, upcoming prodigy, Electric Mantis comes through with won of the sexiest tunes of the most, titled, “Flip And Flops, Drips And Drops”.  Fools Gold Records had Nick Catchdubs release a mashup titled “Brown Bells – Dippin Demons” featuring Danny Brown’s vocals from “Dip”. Combined with Diplo’s remix of Sleigh Bells‘ track “Demons”, resulting in one of the most insane tracks in the Dojo. TC, who is mostly known for his mind blowing Drum N Bass, drops a horn infused, 808 banger, titled, “Do You Rock”. Make sure to check the rest of the tunes featuring: DiploTa-ku, Cashmere Cat, Louis Futon, TWRK, Grandtheft, Falcons, Tove Lo, Wave Racer, Penthouse Penthouse, Green Lantern, Mr Carmack, Jaime xx, Chrome Sparks, The Hood Internet, Antiserum, Mayhem, and more. 

What So Not
JAGUAR (Original Mix)
Sub Focus
Turn Back Time (Bro Safari and Etc! Etc! Remix)
LMC x Wayvee
Bodywork (Remix)
Electric Mantis
Flips And Flops, Drips And Drops
Brown Bells
Dippin Demons (Danny Brown x Sleigh Bells)
TC
Do You Rock
Grizzly Bear
Will Calls (Diplo Remix)
Childish Gambino
Telegraph Ave (Ta ku Remix)
Cashmere Cat
With Me
Childish Gambino
3005 (Louis Futon Remix)
Emoh Instead
Why Cant You (Say So) (H3 Remix)
Kanye West
Flashing Lights (TWRK Remix)
Madeon
Technicolor (Grandtheft Edit)
Falcons
Cell
Falcons
Be Quiet
Danny Brown Dip (Preditah Remix)
Stay High
Hippie Sabotage (Tove Lo Flip)
Milo & Otis
Pigeons (Original Mix)
Wave Racer
Stoopid (DE$iGNATED Remix) (Free DL Via Die High Records)
Penthouse Penthouse
Private Jet
Green Lantern
Bhangra Bounce
p.y.p. (carmack edit)
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Jamie xx
Untitled (Unreleased)
Antiserum & Mayhem
Horn Dog
The Hood Internet
Infinite Starts (Drake x Baauer x RL Grime)
Chrome Sparks
Lookin At Me
Justin Timberlake
My Love (Playground Mob Remix)
Cyril Hahn
Perfect Form Feat. Shy Girls (The Ninetys Remix)
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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #78

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As you slowly come out of your food-induced comas, we kindly ask that you lace up your dancing shoes, and get ready for the weekend. After all your holiday traveling, forced family conversations and caloric indulgences, we think you’re going to want to get out there, and we have the playlist to take you to the promise land.

#danceirresponsibly

Wave Racer
Stoopid (DE$iGNATED Remix)
Landis & Corporate Slackrs
Smash(Original Mix)
Escape Me Home (3LAU Bashup)
Safe & Sound Vs First Day (Henrix Bootleg)
Imagine Dragons
Demons (Dzeko & Torres Sunset Remix)
Blue Print Vs In My Mind (Henrix Bootleg)
Booms Revolution Puna (Leo Laurettis Mashup)
S. Silva & R3hab & NERVO & Ummet Ozcan & Dada Life
Knock Flight 643 Again (Leo Laurettis Mashup)
Tiësto & BT & John Christian
STEVEN V
Panda (Wizvrd Remix)
Katy Perry
Peacock (X5IGHT Remix)
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Bobby Nourmand – Birds [TMN PREMIERE]

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Bobby Nourmand
Birds

The birds are chirping in the city of Angels, and we have Bobby Nourmand to thank for that. Coming off the heels of his latest release (premiered here on TMN), this Cali based producer has another deep house gem to kick off the weekend.

With a groovy, rich bassline the aptly named “Birds,” is highlighted by the light fluttering of chirping birds. With the addition of a simplistic melody, guitar riff and clicks of the hi hat, we find ourselves getting lost up in the trees.

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Still Parade – Actors (Fluxus Head Remix) [TMN PREMIERE]

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Actors (Fluxus Head Remix)

When you have a voice that sounds like this, it’s only natural for remixers to come in droves, looking to utilize it. UK based Still Parade is probably all too familiar with this, after the release of their two dreamy folk songs, ‘Actors’ and ‘Health’. We’ve already seen a few solid interpretations of these gorgeous tunes, and today we’re bringing you another.

By way of producer Fluxus Head, we have a delightfully downtempo remix. With meticulously crafted samples driving the tune forward, we get that same dreamy feeling with the crackling atmospheric soundscape. Coupled with some slow, melodic synths, this tune is perfect to relax your way through the weekend.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 11/28

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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:

– Get in line up front door before 11 pm
– Show this post to the cashier

Boom. That’s it, ninjas! The only stipulations are that this deal is only valid for Friday and Saturday of this week. Sorry, you’ll have to purchase tickets for Porter Robinson!

Who’s going to be lighting the decks up this week? Peep the killer talent below.

Porter Robinson - November 28th
Mat Zo & Porter Robinson
Easy (Extended Mix)

Just Blaze - November 29th
Just Blaze x Baauer
HIGHER
Michael Woods - November 30th
Michael Woods
The Pit (Preview)
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[Event Review] Coastline Festival – West Palm Beach/Tampa

oastline Festival invades Cruzan Amphitheater in West Palm

Photo credits: Jason Koerner.

Passion Pit
Constant Conversations (Alternate Version)

We had the opportunity to attend the inaugural Coastline Festival 2013 on November 11th in West Palm Beach, FL. Located at the Cruzan Ampitheater. Turns out someone had the bright idea to get a bunch of food trucks, a multitude of beer breweries, and some of the finest names in indie music to come together and sustain/entertain the fine folks of South Florida.

The demographic of the festival-goers was truly diverse. The crowd ranged from teeny boppers and hipsters in wayfarers, and even an occasional neon-attired Aussie. The bands people stated they were there to see were almost as varied as the crowd themselves. With indie power houses like Passion Pit, Two Door Cinema Club, and Matt & Kim headlining, it was surprising how many fans listed other acts as their most anticipated. LA based Fitz and the Tantrums had a strong showing of listeners, along with the Cali quintet The Neighbourhood, scoring significant mentions during our very unscientific polling.

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Matt and Kim
Lets Go

Matt & Kim blew us away with their dynamic stage presence and command of the crowd. Balloons, drummer booty shakin’, and gangsta beats all intertwined between energy filled tracks left us flabbergasted at what a two person band could do with their time slot. Two Door Cinema Club opened their flood gates of auditory excellence upon us as well. Their harmonic crooning coincided with punchy bass lines and meandering guitar riffs to provide an almost surreal experience. The effect was so powerful that after their third song we overheard a gentleman next to us proclaim, “Dude, I’m going to download EVERYTHING from them!” Noob.

oastline Festival invades Cruzan Amphitheater in West Palm

Two Door Cinema Club
Next Year (Radio Edit)

Music wasn’t the only attraction at this unique festival. The “Food Trucktopia” put together by event organizers was a thing of culinary beauty. Featuring mobile restaurants from all over South Florida, the lines for all the trucks stayed packed throughout the event. Our personal favorite delectable cuisine option was “Ms. Cheezious”. We’re no stranger to her sexy sourdough, and Ms. Cheezious truly brought out her very best for the occasion. The West Palm crowd knew quality when they tasted it, and Ms. Cheezious sold out their stock of grilled cheese goodness, well before the other trucks hit their breaking point. Other fan favorites were “Fry Daddy”, serving up delicious fried…everything…and “The Rolling Stove” with their bodacious brisket.

There’s nothing better than coupling the best grilled cheese sandwich you’ve ever had with an ice cold beer. Coastline Festival ensured a fine selection of craft beers were at our disposal for just such a chance. “Craft Beer Cove” provided an oasis of microbrews for us to sample, most noteworthy on our radar being Florida representatives “Funky Buddha Brewery” and “Tequesta Brewing Company”.

Bathrooms were plentiful. Service staff was courteous and knowledgeable. Security was present and alert, yet unobtrusive. Vendor booths were original. Artists were talented and inventive. The acoustics at the venue were excellent. The light show was awe inspiring. Coastline Festival was a complete success in our humble opinion, and an experience we hope to have again this time next year. Bravo!

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[Tropical] Snakadaktal – Fall Underneath (Kilter Remix)

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Fall Underneath (Kilter Remix)

Leave it to two Aussie’s to create something that makes you crave an ice cold beer, sandy beaches and big, crashing waves. Between Melbourne based dream pop outfit Snakadaktal and Sydney beat smith Kilter, we’re left looking out our frost covered windows, wishing we were somewhere sunny and warm.

Utilizing the illusory vocals of Snakadaktal’s track “Fall Underneath,” Kilter is able to create a tropical electronic tune. Taking playful, melodic xylophone keys, this remixer dials up a downtempo dance tune with delicious drum play and a delightful melody progression. Add in some light guitar notes and claps, and you’re practically putting on sun tan lotion.

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