[Trap/Future] Geodesic x Sam Ruscher – Don’t Go

Geodesic x Sam Ruscher
Don't Go

Colorado’s funk master Geodesic has teamed up yet again with the magnificent vocalist Sam Ruscher. These two always bring awesome music, so after you enjoy “Don’t Go” we advise that you head to the producer’s Soundcloud to get the full experience these two bring. “Don’t Go” is a futuristic trap anthem that doesn’t dismiss the power of Sam’s vocal which is present throughout most of the production. Geodesic has a unique style that he brings to any genre he gets his hands on, ranging from moombahton to house, to dubstep. This cat can do it all, and when he teams up with his Wonder Woman, only magic is the result. Love this one like it’s leaving the world tomorrow, but luckily, you can keep it forever, because it has been released for free.

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[Indie Dance] Stalking Gia – Born Free (SoySauce Edition)

Stalking Gia
Born Free (SoySauce Edition)

SoySauce took a different direction when flipping “Born Free” by Stalking Gia. Their official remix is a strong indie bomb that has already exploded onto the web, racking up plays in a hurry. Acoustic sounds play a central role in the arrangement, causing the listener to feel as though they are sitting right in front of a full band getting a live experience.

With the weekend approaching, it’s time to collect both bangers and chill masterpieces, with this being one of the latter. SoySauce continue to amaze with each production they put out as they attempt to take over with their unique sound. Identity is key in 2015, and these two are blasting their own path that will lead them to the forefront. Their journey is just beginning, with this track being a staple in their discography. Good thing about it is you can download it for free.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 4/2 – 4/4


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)

Note: This deal is only valid for tonight and Saturday’s shows.

Bassjackers - April 2
Savior (Original Mix)
Snails - April 3
Funk With Me (ft. Big Gigantic)
Gui Boratto - April 4
Live @ Curitiba. Club Vibe w/ Gui Boratto June 18th 2014
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[House] Digital Farm Animals – True

Digital Farm Animals

A familiar face to the pages of TMN, London’s Digital Farm Animals has dropped his latest shot to the dancefloor with an ode to classic house, “True”. The tune waltzes out immediately behind a club tuned grand piano line, which in itself has maintained as a true testament to the truest roots of Chicago house since Marshal Jefferson’s timeless 1986 “Move Your Body (The House-Music Anthem)”, Digital Farm Animals slowly unravels the full spectrum of “True” with each passing bar in the form of vintage hip-hop claps, chopped and pitched vocals bouncing between pitched up falsetto and expansively pitched down interpretations of themselves. It seems Nick gale’s output has continued taking aim towards more danceable club fare since his earliest days under the Digital Farm Animals namesake, and we’ve been all but addicted the whole way.

Check out our interview feature with DFA all the way back from late 2013 here -proudly for us, his first ever recorded interview on record as Digital Farm Animals- and stream “True” above.

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[Synth-Pop] Golden Coast – Take You Away

Golden Coast Take You Away
Golden Coast
Take You Away

As the weather begins to shift toward warmer temperatures, the mood everywhere becomes lighter and those feel-good tunes that you discover are just that much better. Synth-pop duo Golden Coast have been on our radar since their first release last year, and they seem to have this innate ability to soak in the LA sun and translate it into summery, danceable jams. While we sit on the edge of the summer months, the hybrid act release their fifth offering, “Take You Away,” to start the momentum in April and propel us straight ahead into three months of bliss.

In typical Golden Coast fashion, “Take You Away” begins with a luscious guitar riff before glittering synth chords take the lead and the duo’s vocals swoop in to give the track their pop infusion every one knows and loves. The duo know that LA’s weather is hard to beat, and their latest tune spreads the Southern California area’s good vibes for everyone to enjoy. For when pool party season starts up, keep this one in your back pocket and I promise you people will thank you for making the party just a little bit warmer with the vibes of Golden Coast.

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Marti Ann – Her Bedside (prod. FERRAZ) [TMN Premiere]

Marti Ann
Her Bedside [prod ferraz]

If this new Marti Ann doesn’t rev your engine, I’m not entirely sure what will. The slow and drawling production seeps with subtle and seductive nuances that complement the duo’s powerful R&B tinged vocals and instantly reminds us of something The Weeknd would croon. With SXSW and Miami behind us, we’re definitely exhausted, so it’s nice to have something calm and collected to relax to. “Her Bedside” is an essential hazy tune that will complement that romantic evening you’ve been planning for a while, so light those candles, press play and start your night off right with this slick new tune by Marti Ann.

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[Future] Kill Paris – You Don’t Love Me No More

Kill Paris
You Don't Love Me No More

The keytar wielding Kill Paris has been shifting his sound lately, and “You Don’t Love Me No More” is an experiment of future bass influence, jam band attitude, and an intergalactic atmosphere that is setting up his new album , Galaxies Between Us, to be quite an intriguing release. The vocoded vocals sparkle across the buzzing synths and cosmic keys that culminate into a tune that sounds like a gritty B-side from Random Access Memories. Kill Paris is never short on grooves, and supplies them with this second single off the album, and, even better, has it up for free download! Snag it here.

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