[NEW] Justin Timberlake – Cabaret (Feat. Drake) (Prod. Timbaland) + Full Album Stream

Justin Timberlake
Cabaret Feat. Drake

Justin Timberlake‘s The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2 will be hitting shelves next Monday, and just like last time, JT has partnered with iTunes to provide fans with an early glimpse for free in order to prepare for its release. One of the most anticipated tracks from the album was easily “Cabaret,” alongside Drake. The single features two talented artists who have thoroughly dominated the charts throughout their careers, linking up for the very first time. Just as you may have expected, “Cabaret” does include an appearance from R&B Drizzy; however, it’s a pretty minor cameo compared to the minute long verse where the Toronto native spits game the way only he knows how.

The full album stream for JT’s The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2 can be found here, while Drake’s Nothing Was The Same will be in stores tomorrow.

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[Event Review] Wild Nothing @ The Larimer Lounge – Denver, CO

Wild Nothing // "A Dancing Shell" (OFFICIAL SINGLE)

Living in the mountainous urban sprawl that is Denver affords some of the staff here at TMN the chance to see an amazing live show, on any given night of the week, at any number of sonically intoxicating venues throughout the Mile High City. On a blustery Tuesday night at perhaps the most intimate music room in the state, The Larimer Lounge, we had the fortuitous opportunity to revel in the anglophilic, shoegazey dream-pop that is Jack Tatum and his bedroom project turned critically acclaimed headlining act, Wild Nothing. A certain vivacity filled the small room and adjoining bar, radiating an energy that I hadn’t felt since seeing buzz-bands in the early 2000’s like The Futureheads, Okkervil River and Rogue Wave before the blogosphere world really took hold and so directly told us what was in or who is talented. The live music climate then was more focused on the reception surrounding a band’s newest EP, rather than a spread they recently did with “X” online publication of the month, and that era felt well represented. For both openers, the 20-something year-old dominated crowd would flock to the show floor as soon as any sort of live music began to erupt out of those dingy monitors – including the Larimer Lounge’s consistently give-and-take sound checks – leaving the smoking areas and bars almost barren and a blissfully jam-packed main room, which I am sure would have been a treat to perform for. Wild Nothing’s weekday performance contained one of the most musically unified crowds we had seen in some time, marking a totally refreshing return to concert attending. Continue reading

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[MP3 Playlist] The Chill Dojo #54

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There’s no bigger joy in compiling this playlist than when you hear an amazingly chill re-interpretation of a classic song. Listening to the recent September mix from the Satin Jackets, the very first track offered just that, and it was love at first sight. UK small-town artist Henry Green’s atmospheric take on ‘Electric Feel’ was a beautiful cover in its own right, but the deep electronic touch of Russia’s Anton Lanski has taken it to another level of serenity. The vocals, plodding beat and stunning guitar all combine here for a perfect vibe. Take note for next summer, this is the tune for those nights you never want to forget. If we’re talking house classics, then Kaskade’s ‘It’s You, It’s me’ is definitely right up there as one of the best. Marques Wyatt brings a whole new appreciation for this one with a deep, funky spin on the original that is easy-listening at its very finest. To continue the deep house theme we’ve started here, it felt right to throw in the latest edit from this month’s resident featured artist, TJR. Drake’s newest hit is definitely hitting the airwaves hard at the moment, and there are remixes a-plenty floating around the net, but sometimes all it takes is the simple polish of a pro to show the rest how it’s done. And while we’re in the funky dancing mood, it would be tragic if we didn’t highlight Chromeo’s latest disco smash featured a few days back, which has definitely set off quite a bit of excitement for their upcoming album. But if you just can’t wait for some more funk in your life, then Long Beach duo LBCK have got you covered with an infectious track from their latest album, The Goods. It certainly lives up to its name, because that is exactly what it delivers. If you happened to check out the two exclusive chill guest mixes from DJ AA last week on the site, you’ll recognise the peaceful sounds of this next track from EFIX & FLINT. With bird songs, smooth jazz, bright melodies and serene atmosphere, there’s not a single element they haven’t thought to include in this beautiful piece of music. Big thanks to DJ AA for bringing this wonderful song to our attention in his mix, and for continuing to produce his signature chill bootlegs for the dojo, like the one you’ll find below.

It’s an awesome blend of sounds this week, and there’s sure to be a few on the list that will be instant favourites. Peace out.

Chill Dojo #54 zip

Electric Feel (Gespleu Downcast Edit)
Its You, Its Me (Marques Deep Interpretation Remix)
Hold On, Were Going Home (TJR 120bpm refix)
Over Your Shoulder
Take You Away
Wild Boy
FM Laeti x Wayward x Nora En Pure
Show Me The Way (AA Only Flaw x Come With Me Bootleg)
Lonely (feat. Bijou)
Jaymes Young
Moondust (Ianborg & Bronze Whale Remix)
Noam (remixed By Boeboe)
I Think About U
Honey (Oceaán Remix)
Mango Juice & Coconuts
Dude Skywalker
Notorious Dude
The City That Never Sleeps (Rotterdam)
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Just Blaze & Baauer – Higher (Instrumental)

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Just Blaze & Baauer
Higher (Instrumental)

Just Blaze and Baauer’s track “Higher” was one of the biggest Trap tunes to come out all year. Once they got clearance from Jay Z for the samples used, it went viral on iTunes and digital downloads. Now an instrumental of the massive track has hit the blogosphere, and allows you to truly appreciate the flawless production. We can only hope that some of the A-list Hip-Hop artists start spitting verses over “Higher” but only time will tell. Cheers.

via Neighbors Hate Us

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The KickDrums – Atonement

The KickDrums

The KickDrums continue to show us why they’re one of the most versatile indie acts our right now. After experimenting with some electronic instrumentals, the group is returning back to the alternative rock sound we grew so fond of on previous albums like Just A Game and Meet Your Ghost. “Atonement” is a track that’s addicting from the very first minute, as the guitars kick in and Alex Fitts languishes in all the sacrifices he’s had to make just to keep his relationship going. Check out the single above, and pre-order a copy of the band’s Thinking Out Loud album, available through Hopeless Records on October 8th.

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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #68


Another week has passed us by. Filled with texts, emails, long hours sitting at your desk, traffic, deadlines, and all the rest of the muck and mire that go along with the lame part of the week, we can now look ahead to two and a half blissful days of doing pretty much anything we want. Now, you could just sit at home alternating playing with your iPhone 5S and GTA5, or you can get out there and have a kick ass time. We suggest the latter.

So, put down the controller. Tuck your iPhone away in your pocket (unless you’re tweeting about how awesome this playlist is) and get after it this weekend. Per usual, please #danceirresponsibly.

Hold On, Were Going Home (TJR 120bpm refix)
James Brown
People Get Up (WET PAINT Remix)
Viva La Vida (Markus Cole Remix)
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
Lethal Industry (Kastra Remix)
Showtek & Noisecontrollers
Get Loose (Vanic VIP Remix)
Watch The Clanga Puzzle Rise (Leo Laurettis Mashup)
M. Woods, Quintino, Blasterjaxx Feat. Axwell
Morgan Page vs Bastille
3LAU, Paris and Simo
Escape (Landis Remix)
You Make Me (Landis Bootleg)
Recall (Original Mix)
Booty Wop
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[TMN Resident Artist] A Personal TJR Weekend Mini-Mix

The Music Ninja Exclusive Mini-Mix


And to celebrate the freakin’ weekend what better to listen to than a new mix made exclusively for TMN by our Resident Artist Mr. TJR? This mix has it all, the big bouncy beats, the crisp melodies, and the insane remixes that we have come to know and respect from TJR. Turn the volume up on whatever speakers you have available and let TJR lead you into your weekend in style.

Photo Credit – Topher Riley

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