Ghosts (Bit Funk Remix)
Just because it’s Tuesday doesn’t mean we can’t throw on some beats and boogie at our desks a little bit. In fact, if anything, we need something to carry us up and over hump day, and into the weekend’s sweet, glorious glow.
Big ups to Bit Funk for bringing such an opportunity our way, as he serves up his interpretation of “Ghosts,” here on TMN. This is definitely one for the vocal house lovers out there, as the up-and-coming producer has made Lauren Mason’s lyrics shine throughout the remix.
Boasting an uplifting melody, 90’s dance style percussion, and a dancefloor pleasing bassline, it’s a remix that could easily be well received at the club, as well as through your phone’s speakers, as you get ready. In fact, we’re pretty sure some of you will sing along in your bathroom mirror and we certainly won’t judge you for that.
Pick this tune up today on Bit Funk’s soundcloud and get yourself primed and ready for the weekend, even if it is three days away.
Don't Speak (Dennis Kruissen Remix)
He’s shown it countless times before, but Dennis Kruissen certainly doesn’t shy away from taking on the classics. With names like Mary Mary and Florence and The Machine already under his belt, there was seemingly no limit to which timeless anthem could be next to fall victim to his addictive deep house spell. Well the wait is over as his latest transformation is complete and once again ready to reignite the passion for an iconic song. Like a blast from the past, all those memories of belting out the chorus of ‘Don’t Speak’ over the top of Gwen Stefani’s lyrics will come flooding back in an instant. Only this time, those unforgettable vocals are accompanied by an infectious groove geared to set dance floors ablaze and have that undying chorus shouted out into the early hours of the morning.
Urban Cone Ft Tove Lo
Come Back To Me (Redial Remix)
Around a month ago, bass veteran Redial resurfaced with a fresh outlook on where he wanted his music to go next, and an EP to solidify this statement to the rest of the electronic scene. There was promise of more excitement to come, and now that is delivered in the form of a massive official remix for Urban Cone. Don’t be fooled by the soulful tone of the original, because it’s astounding just how well those vocals lend themselves to a fierce future bass anthem. From the hypnotic builds to the crunchy industrial beat, everything about this track has been constructed with the purpose of igniting an eager crowd, and the energy it emits will bring things to fever pitch in a matter of seconds. Look out for this one to be the feature of sets all throughout the festival season this year.
So Monday is over. That’s cool. And Tuesday is here. Even cooler. Why? Because it’s not Monday AND there is a free Indie Dojo just waiting to get played.
the ocean and the sea
Best Of Everything
Dr. Dre Ft. Snoop Dogg
The Next Episode (Dani Deahl x Jason Edward Remix)
Happy 420 to all the partakers out there! For you, we have something special from Dani Deahl and Jason Edward. An homage to two of music’s most well known tokers, the two producer’s tweaked Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s “The Next Episode” into a tasty twerk treat. Get down and boogie your bottom, or kick back and chill (and smoke), the choice is yours. The introduction uses the iconic original beat, but then builds into the drop where fat horns matched with ripe vocal chops fire into the mix. As heard in previous Dani Deahl works, there’s a little moombah phrase that creeps in the song too. Dani Deahl and Jason Edward dished this out as a 420 present, so you can download the track for free. Enjoy the holiday!
Even though the celebrations taking place today are standard fare out here in Colorado, we know our ninjas all across the globe are looking forward to this unofficial, yet widely recognized holiday. In honor of 4/20, we’ve partnered with the forward-thinking electronic label SectionZ Records to help release a free, two-part, 31-track compilation.
Titled SectionZ Higher, this collection encompasses the diversity of their roster and highlights the label’s strong commitment to marijuana law reform. This free double album features tracks from lauded SectionZ artists like Savant and Mr. Bill alongside relative newcomers like Evoke, Panda Coast, and Zanski.
We chose tracks that contain multiple levels of both meaning and sonic architecture. We also chose the tracks based on the different strains Indica and Sativa and how those affect both body and mind. A song like Mr. Bill & Evoke same lets you sink back into your mind as it plants a concept and gives you the perfect landing zone. For Sativa its different. It’s a very active high so we chose music that would compliment and inspire that, like Detective Orange – OMG I Can’t Even is more about moving and easily transitions into the background without losing its feel. – Josh Hernandez SectionZ Records
SATIVA – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE PLAYLIST.
Turn & Twist (Original Mix)
That Beautiful Integrity
INDICA – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE PLAYLIST.
Mr. Bill & Tha Fruitbat
Straight Up Seminal Shit
OMG I Cant Even
Serial Killer ft. Qwentalis
Without You ft. QAila
Hades of Spades
Even When Im Down Under
"The Business Of Emotion (Lefti Remix)"
Following the success of his remix of Avan Lava‘s “Wanna Live”, NYC up and comer Alex Suarez a.k.a Lefti just released this rework of Big Data‘s “The Business of Emotion” to keep the ball rolling. The glitchy bass and bold synth resemble the sound of Justice, giving off a French house vibe. Stripping down the vocals and adding a series of funky bassline, Lefti creates a disco track everyone should dance to.
With only a handful of remixes under his belt, this tune helps the talented producer find his signature sound. Get jammin’ to this track and let us know what you think!