[House] Sander Van Doorn – Right Here Right Now (Neon)

Sander van Doorn
Right Here Right Now (Neon) [February 10]

As we head into festival season, we’re all anxiously awaiting those monster vocal house gems that will get hands in the air, and mouths singing every last word. These are the types of tracks that festivals use on their promo videos, and there’s a really good reason behind that. They insight emotion. They create that feeling that you’ll expect to have, standing in the crowds, dancing your heart out. A few days ago, Sander Van Doorn dropped something that embodies this sensation.

Adding a new twist to his monster tune, “Neon,” Mr. Van Doorn has served up a larger than life track by adding in some emotion-rich lyrics. The original tune featured a gorgeous, uplifting melody, accentuated by classical strings, and a driving bassline worthy of the biggest stages. Coupled with these energizing and inspiring vocals, it’s a no-brainer to expect hearing “Right Here Right Now” throughout 2014. It’s due out February 10th on Doorn Records, so make sure to mark your calendar.

I want you to know now, that when the stars come out, I wanna be with you.
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[Sexy] Jauz – Moonlight (Original Mix)

Moonlight (Original Mix)

We’re no stranger to LA based producer Sam Vogel. Sometime long, long ago, we stumbled across his production skills with his remix of “Swing” by Savage. The only thing is, we hadn’t heard much from him lately, but there’s a good reason why. We previously were acquainted to Sam underneath the moniker Kid Ranger. Little did we know, Kid Ranger is now a thing of the past, welcoming in Jauz as his new identity.

When we asked this up and coming producer why he switched, this is what he had to say:

I basically knew the whole time I was at Icon that at some point a name change was gunna happen, just from how much my style/music/direction had changed. So, I spent about 5 months (before and after I graduated from Icon) finishing as many tracks as I could, and working on the branding/idea behind Jauz. I wanted it to be something that really portrayed exactly who I am as an artist.

Crackling with atmospheric elements, smooth and upbeat symbol work, and some lovely vocals, Jauz dials in a sultry vibe in his first original. This future garage inspired song has light fluttering synths that provide the perfect compliment to the soaring melody. Backed with a love trap style bassline, this is one hell of a original production, and has left us wanting more.

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[Chill-House] Kyla La Grange – Cut Your Teeth (Kygo Remix)

Kyla La Grange
Cut Your Teeth (Kygo Remix)

Norwegian tropical and chill house producer Kygo has been an artist that in the beginning, we developed something of an innocent musical crush. Over the course of some stellar remixes our crush has developed into a full blown love affair, and this latest remix of Kyla La Grange’s “Cut Your Teeth” only pulls us deeper down the obsession tunnel. There is something infectious about the Kygo sound, as he continually displays an innate ability to turn a hook into a full blown groove for the entire tune. Again keeping up with a true hit making formula, Kygo sticks to his guns with the employment of a distinct pan-flute melody over uplifting piano stabs and a bouncy beat. And oh, how beautiful Kyla La Grange’s sticky hot reverberations sound in harmony with such a lovely production style. Apparently we are not alone in our sentiments as Kygo has reached over 100,000 fans on Facebook as well as selling out a first ever live performance in Paris, leading to another free giveaway to those committed legions of fans. Take home a digital copy here.

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[Free Download] Milk N Cookies – Bring Da Funk Back

Milk N Cookies
Bring Da Funk Back (Original Mix)

Fresh off the heels of their last release “Mastodon”, Milk N Cookies are back with an absolutely huge tune. Their most recent release, “Bring Da Funk Back” is a fresh new track for the EDM scene. If you’re sick of the repetitive big room beats, this track is the remedy you need. Sit down to the table and have yourself some Milk N Cookies because this track is fresh out of the oven.

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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist (Vol 88)


What is up, ninjas? Happy Friday to you from all of us here at TMN HQ. We’re sure you’ve had one hell of a week, so we won’t keep you with a long-winded playlist introduction. Crack open a bottle, press play, and enjoy your weekend.


Bobby Cauldwell
What You Wont Do (Vinnie Maniscalco Jersey Club Mix)
Mos Def
Ms. Fat Booty (Louis Futon Remix)
Justin Timberlake
Suit & Tie (Candylands Groovin Remix)
The Perfect Party (Koyote Edit) Danny Avila // Reece Low // Justice // Deorro // Uffie
BOSSA (Original Mix)
Young (Elephante Remix)
Bad Vision
No Pain (Original Mix)
Calvin Harris & Alesso
Under Control (TROW Bootleg)
Mystica (Allied Harmony x Suprem Festival Trap Remix)
Revolution (Paper Diamond Remix) (feat. Faustix & Imanos And Kai)
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Jai Paul – Jasmine (Paper Diamond Edit) [TMN Premiere]

Paper Diamond
Jasmine (Paper Diamond Edit)

We’re absolutely ecstatic to premiere one of our longtime favorite TMN regulars Paper Diamond with an atypical, funky and insanely groovy remix of Jai Paul‘s ultra sexy R&B track “Jasmine”. Paper Diamond has made quite the renowned name for himself through a forward thinking approach to bass fueled dance music with glints of trap, electro and a healthy dose of hip-hip influences; being championed by everyone from Pretty Lights to Jay-Z in the process, so it was lovely to see such precise production translate into the reveal of another piece of the puzzle entirely. The groove on Paper Diamond’s edit of “Jasmine” keeps the twangy lead guitar riff pretty much intact minus a little dose of hazy reverb, and eschews those two-step melodies we’ve been more accustomed to in favor of a four-to-the-floor kick which makes the whole tune feel more directed at the house heads rather than a bass heavy fusion of wonky sounds. This “Jasmine” edit is simply an alluring track that we have been falling head over heels for.

As the Paper Diamond project wraps up a North American tour, Cold Crush, he’s also announced the rather impressive news of an 8 month residency at Las Vegas’ Wynn properties which includes superclubs XS, Tryst, Surrender, and Encore Beach Club, hopefully signaling the arrival of non-traditional EDM artists making their move to what has continually been referred to as “The New Ibiza”. So for our high-roller Vegas regulars, don’t miss Paper Diamond’s residency beginning March, 26. Lose yourself in this excellent edit above and scope the rest of Paper Diamond’s North American dates below while you’re here.

Cold Crush Tour Dates:

1/24 @ NV, Knoxville, TN
1/25 @ Anthem, Nashville, TN
1/28 @ Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC
1/29 @ Ziggy’s, Winston Salem, NC
1/30 @ The Orange Peel, Asheville, NC
1/31 @ Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA
2/01 @ Terminal West, Atlanta, GA
2/05 @ Jefferson Theater, Charlottesville, VA
2/06 @ Theatre of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA
2/07 @ Webster Hall, New York City, NY
2/08 @ Paradise Rock Club, Boston, MA
2/12 @ 9:30 Club, Washington, DC
2/13 @ Westcott Theater, Syracuse, NY
2/14 @ Higher Ground, Burlington, VT
2/15 @ Port City Music Hall, Portland, ME
2/16 @ Pearl Street, Northampton, MA
2/18 @ Rex Theater, Pittsburgh, PA
2/19 @ Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH
2/20 @ Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland, OH
2/21 @ Magic Stick, Detroit, MI
2/22 @ The Intersection, Grand Rapids, MI
2/23 @ The Canopy Club, Urbana, IL,
2/26 @ Turner Hall Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI
2/27 @ Majestic Live, Madison, WI
2/28 @ Concord Music Hall, Chicago, IL
3/01 @ Mill City Nights, Minneapolis, MN
3/02 @ Slowdown, Omaha, NE
3/05 @ Old Rock House, St. Louis, M
3/06 @ Granada Theater, Lawrence, KS
3/07 @ Cain’s Ballroom, Tulsa, OK
3/08 @ George’s Majestic, Fayetteville, AR
 3/21 or 22 @ Buku Music + Art Project, New Orleans, LA
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[Deep-House] Tiga vs. Audion – Let’s Go Dancing (Need & Necessity Remix)

Let's Go Dancing (Need & Necessity Remix)

Finding lesser known talent whom exhibit immense musical skill is part of what keeps the engine driving here at TMN, which is a sliver of the reason we have taken such a shine to house duo Need & Necessity. In keeping with the steady slate of dance tracks we’ve been bringing you ninjas this week, we’re delivering the rising production unit’s take on one of this writer’s favorite house jams of 2013, Tiga vs. Audion’s “Let’s Go Dancing”. Need & Necessity have completely reworked the drums off of the emotive original, simultaneously jacking up the hi’s exactly to our liking while shifting towards a much deeper end of the house spectrum in the process. It’s clear to see that with recent live performances supporting powerhouse acts like Cyril Hahn, Ryan Hemsworth and Duke Dumont that all of that up close experience with some of the world’s best producers is translating quite nicely into some polished production. Stream the tune above, and as a thanks to their fans hitting a recent milestone on Facebook, you can download Need & Necessity’s remix of “Let’s Go Dancing” here.

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