[Music Video] Sigma feat. Majestic – Lighters

Kat Krazy

Back in December, Sigma released their Life album, complete with nineteen songs in their deluxe version. One of those tracks is called “Lighters” and it features the London artist Majestic. Today, we present to you an official music video for that record and it goes just as hard as the song does.

“Lighters” is a drum & bass track that will get your blood pumping and your party attitude ready. With the music video, we get a set of images taken from Sigma’s live show, pasted together in a manner that will force you to check through their schedule for the next show nearest you. They don’t put together just any old show, the one depicted features there signature live setup, as well as smoke machines/cannons, fireworks and just some straight up fire. Check out the video below and for those of you who haven’t purchased the Life album, you may do so on iTunes.

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[Pop] Starley – Call On Me

Starley - Call On Me

You may not have heard of Starley, but she will definitely win your heart by the end of this tune. Coming from a mixed cultural background, singer/songwriter Starley is no stranger to the pop music scene, as she’s worked with musicians like MNEK and Labrinth. With her new release titled “Call On Me”, Starley has officially stepped into the electronic music scene, and it is definitely a breath of fresh air.

A lovely guitar intro leads into a melodic drop that resembles the sound of The Chainsmokers‘ “Roses”. Starley’s vocals add onto an infectious melody that completes the wonderful tune. It will have you whistling to gem after a few listens, and we simply can’t get enough of it. “Call On Me” definitely shows us what the talented musician can do with her creative genius, so stay tuned for more cool tracks coming your way in the near future.

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New Carnival – Sweet Caroline [TMN VIDEO PREMIERE]

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New Carnival
Sweet Caroline

If you stopped by this post in hopes of finding a new version of Neil Diamond’s legendary “Sweet Caroline,” we have to inform you that you probably won’t be belting out that iconic “ba ba ba!” While that classic will forever live in the annals of karaoke lore, we’re actually bringing you sparkly new anthem from Bristol-based trio New Carnival.

“Sweet Caroline” kicks off an event-filled 2016 for this budding young band, leading them into a Club NME show at the Koko next month, followed by a hometown gig at The Louisiana and an appearance at Dot To Dot Festival coming in May. This is only the second release from these lads, which means you’re early to the party. Unless you happened to catch Annie Mac dubbing them with the esteemed New Names for 2016 honor earlier this year, in which case, you’re ahead of the curve.

The tune boasts scintillating guitar work, emphatic percussion, and lyrics that grab a hold quickly. At times, it’s reminiscent of The Wombats, bringing a dancy, larger-than-life listening experience. Today, we’re bringing you the accompanying music video, which was directed by Woody Rankin. Take a look below, then head over to iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer to get “Sweet Caroline” for your personal collection.

UK Tour Dates
22nd April, Club NME at Koko, London

27th April, The Louisiana, Bristol

27th-29th May – Dot To Dot Festival (Nottingham, Bristol & Manchester)

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[Progressive House] Manila Killa ft. Joni Fatora – All That’s Left (Myles Travitz Remix)

Manila Killa - All That's Left (Myles Travitz Remix)
Manila Killa
All That's Left Ft. Joni Fatora (Myles Travitz Remix)

If you’re familiar with the popular artist collective Moving Castle, then you’ve probably a fan of Manila Killa‘s massive hit “All That’s Left”. Featuring lovely vocals from Joni Fatora, the original track is wonderful in every way. To add onto the epicness, a remix pack was just released featuring killer remixes from producers like The M Machine and Yung Wall Street. Myles Travitz‘ version particularly caught our ears, as he goes back to his roots and turned the original track into a progressive house gem. This rework provides us with tasteful synth melodies and a casual dance beat. The piano progression adds to the mix and gives it a delightful vibe, which will make you fall in love with the tune even more.

Myles Travitz once again shows us his versatility and his ability to turn any track into a massive hit. Be sure to check out the rest of remixes if you dig this one, as they each perfectly exemplifies the producer’s sound.

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Porter Robinson – Say My Name (Mielo Redux) [TMN PREMIERE]

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Porter Robinson
Say My Name (Mielo Redux)

We may not have heard anything new from Porter Robinson in a little while, but Mielo is here to provide some major nostalgia with his own exceptional rendition of Porter’s “Say My Name.”. This version dials back the blistering progressive house edge of the original and reinvents it into a sonic concoction filled with futuristic ingredients.

When it comes to tackling such a classic tune like this, it always helps that it’s one of your favorites, and Mielo made sure to create something that is a reflection of his ability and, at the same time, a homage to Porter’s creation. There’s an uplifting feeling scattered throughout this redux, and it certainly is a pleasant reminder of the past. Festival season is here, so don’t be surprised if this starts to make the rounds. Don’t miss out on Mielo!

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (April 2016 Round #2)

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You know when you’re having one of those days when it feels like life is just eating you whole, but then you take a moment to put on one of you all time favorite jams and you find yourself floating on a cloud of blissful nothings? We all do and it’s pretty ok to lose your stability in the real world sometimes. We wouldn’t be human if we didn’t. And in those times, there is nothing quite like the warm blanket of your musical comfort zone. But hey, if you’re ever feeling a little adventurous, come take a magical mystery tour with us. We’ve got enough Indie Dojos to take you around the world and back again, whenever you are ready to be grounded.

’Caro – Admit / Resist’
’Strong Asian Mother – The More That I’
’Hudson Scott – Whale’
’SAÍGO – So Natural’
’Nawas – So Low’
’Atlas Bound – Softer Still’
’Cardinal – anchor up to me…’
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[Electronic] New Mantra – Not LDN EP

New Mantra

If some laid-back vibes are what you are a looking for, then the Not LDN EP by New Mantra is what you need. Many of you will be venturing out to Coachella, so this will certainly serve you well on your drive, or fly over. The UK producer put together a superb project, with help coming from Barnaby and HOOPS on two tracks. The rest is all put together by New Mantra.

The Not LDN EP comes after the debut project of Sam Cooper, aka New Mantra. His productions have already brought taste-making ears his way, and these new tracks are sure to attract even more. Four new songs make up the newest EP, with the title track kicking things off with its chilled out sound. Throughout the entire record we get some strong R&B undertones that are veiled with electronic, future and indie masks that make for a dynamic listen. When you have a project that could have been led by all of the singles that make it up, you know you have a special collection on your hands. So is the case with the exquisite Not LDN EP that you can grab on iTunes today.

’Not LDN’
’All Over Town (Featuring Barnaby.)’
’Tradition (Featuring HOOPS)’
’Sayonara’
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