[Shoegaze] Colours – You Can’t See Me

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Colours
You Can't See Me

It’s not often you hear the phrases ‘genre hybrid’ and ‘that went well’ united in an utterance. With his project Colours, Aussie born and London based producer Tom Crandles, may have issued a new era.

Shoe-gazy and hazy, new track ‘You Can’t See Me’ lacks the introspection of My Bloody Valentine, but is in possession of its woozy and dulcet mannerisms. Translucent yet focused, a melodic drive and grungy guitars, deftly navigate their way through an industrial soundscape. Exquisite synth sections and the dreamy-psych vocal simmer down a hooky euphoria and polish off perfection, with a wonderfully effortless vibe.

Double A-side digital single ‘You Can’t See Me’, is released on the 8th of April.

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[TMN Resident Artist for April] Elephante

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The Chainsmokers
#SELFIE (Elephante Remix)

April showers bring May flowers is a very true statement. Also, the beginning of April brings another Resident Artist to TMN and we had to wait until the 2nd of the month just to let you all know we weren’t fooling with this new artist.

Elephante, born Tim Wu, was born in Ann Arbor Michigan and started his music career at a young age being classically trained in piano, guitar, and exploring in both singing and song-writing. Inspired by the sounds of psychedelic rock like Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton and modern singer-songwriters John Mayer and Damien Rice, Elephante wrote and performed blues influenced acoustic pop songs throughout high school and college. His tastes began to shift towards electronic music in his late teens where he was influenced by “the idea that EDM was more than just drum loops, that you could create all these crazy sounds to make songs, not just a beat.” Since graduating from Harvard in 2011, Elephante has been honing his craft as a producer and DJ working to fuse big room melodic house with influences from pop, electro, and trap.

Elephante released his first EP in November 2013 titled ‘Pretty Lights’ which received high acclaim from the music world. He also has found quite a niche in making remixes of such artists as Kaskade, Katy Perry, Zedd, and Lorde.

That’s just a little insight into the man behind the music but get ready for a month full of everything Elephante, including his recently released remix of the Chainsmokers ‘Selfie’.

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Sunday Night Soul [Vol. 21]

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Greetings ninjas, and welcome to Sunday Night Soul Volume 21. By now you all should know the drill, but if you’re new around here I’ll break things down for you. This is the place to come to make the brutal transition from the weekend to Monday morning slightly less painful. With so much great music dropping this week, we’re hoping we can help you forget about tomorrow’s stresses for a brief moment, and focus on relaxing as you slide into bed for the night.

There’s plenty to enjoy in our latest collection, but we’ll give you a brief breakdown of some of tonight’s standouts, which includes an eclectic group of performers like Melodiesinfonie, The Masks, Love Mansuy, Jesse Boykins III, Raheem Bakaré, Sway Clarke II, LO & /_\drian Daniel, Dae Zhen, Is It Tomorrow, J-Louis & HAAN808denitia and sene, K, Dreamers Delight, Elaksi & abstract youthEvil Needle, Kruisemode, WE SINK, Wet Paint, IAMNOBODI, MARKAI, and Sable. As you can see that’s a pretty substantial list of gifted artists, but we’re only scratching the surface of what tonight’s lineup has to offer. So why not just dig right in and find what other surprises we have in store for you this evening?

Ariana Grande
Right There Unplugged
RοβLαω
Missing You // (Jordan Rakei Remix)
Blooms
Lust
Moses Sumney
Man On The Moon
Melodiesinfonie
Spread The Love Feat. Marlene Winkler
Mom Tudie x Tom Misch
Waiting On You
Tom Misch & Carmody
Release You
Klo.
Make Me Wonder
SZA
Sweet November
LYLA
Getaway
Hollie Cook
Twice
Jackie Boyz
Do Not Disturb
The Masks
Midnight Starring Cameron
Flunk
Queen of the Underground (DRIVE Remix)
PENN ALEXANDER
Simplethings (prod. x King Henry)
Love Mansuy
Super Sad
Jarell Perry
Blow
LO feat. Adrian Daniel
Fkkking High
AU8UST
Volcano (Prod. by CRNVL)
Jesse Boykins III
Live In Me (prod. by Machinedrum)
Tynethys
TFZ (Prod. By Friendzone)
Trey Songz
Smart Phones
Raheem Bakaré
Portrait Of Love
Christon Gray
Vanish feat. Swoope
GOTHAM CITY
Back To Love (Produced by Bryan Michael Cox)
COLUMBUS SHORT
GAVE YA
Dontae Peeps
Irresistable (produced by TyRo)
BOOTS
Ride Ride Ride
Gabriel Alexander x Logan Chapman
Off My Mind {Prod. By Logan Chapman}
James Fauntleroy
Year Round
How To Dress Well
Repeat Pleasure
Tiffany Evans
Give Me Wings
Marsha Ambrosius
Run
Daniel Wilson
Please Dream Again
Sway Clarke II
SECRET GARDEN
Dae Zhen
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J LOUIS x HAAN808
 Waves FEATURING Vanessa Elisha
O S L O
Mourners (ft. Monika Cefis)
Kruisemode
Closer feat. Mike Knight
Kissed Killed
r i t u a l s
Is It Tomorrow
And Me
denitia and sene
divided.
LO feat. Adrian Daniel
Perfectly Numb
K
Rituals
Plue Starfox
B R A N D Y
Mahaut Mondino
Forbiden Kiss (Slowed Not Slopped By Krampf)
Weeknd x ROSS
Vain『Slowed n Throwed』
Kid Cudi
Too Bad I Have To Destroy You Now (Childish Major Remix) FEATURING CURTIS WILLIAMS
K
They Say
Zuper
Perfect Melody
Telescope Thieves
perfect.Bae
Zikomo
Time
Temptations
Cloud Nine (FKJ Remix)
Iman Omari
Addicted (Flip)
Dreamers Delight
Sunday (Forthcoming on Play It Louder Vol.2)
Elaksi x aywy.
Nobody Else
JMSN
Do U Remember the Time ( Evil Needle Remix )
Kruisemode
Closer feat. Mike Knight (WE SINK Remix)
Daktyl
Do Without (Feki Remix)
Pharrell Williams
Lost Queen (WET PAINT Remix)
Jeremih and Aaliyah
Birthday Sex on a Boat (Le Youth Edit)
Duncan Gerow
Fabolous & Tamia + Fanatic = So Into You
SevnthWonder
Hear U Callin
DAngelo
Brown Sugar (IAMNOBODI Remix)
Bruno Mars
Treasure (T AARONmusic REMIX)
Trey Songz
Smart Phones (Swish Remix)
Tinashe
2 On ( Ft. Schoolboy Q) (MARKAI Remix)
Justin Timberlake
My Luv (Sable Edit)
Nikes
Spaceship
RKCB
Comatose (AARMAXX Remix)
Mila J
Smoke, Drink, Break Up (DTWICE DE BEL AIR Edit)
Duke Dumont feat. Jax Jones
I Got U (Kav Verhouzer Resouled Mix)
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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 98)

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We know, we know. We’re way behind schedule on getting this out to you.

Better late than never, right, ninjas? #danceirresponsibly

Fleetwood Mac
Big Love (Nic Fanciulli Remix
Like I Do (Wile Out! Mix)
Art Department
Heartbreakers Techno
Passion Pit
Moths Wings (Artec Remix)
Portugal The Man
Creep In A TShirt (Ron Flieger Remix)
NSYNC vs Uberjakd
I Want You Back (Koyote Edit)
Reece Low
Ready (Original Mix)Free Download
Delerium Ft. Sarah McLachlan
Silence (Sevag Area
Nirvana
Smells Like Teen Spirit (Kings Remix)
Swedish House Mafia Laidback Luke ft Deborah Cox
Leave The World Behind (Cobra Effect Bootleg)
Disco Fries
Megatron Cant Eat Snails (Disco Fries ADD Bootleg)
Boys Noize
Push Em Up (Salva Remix)
Diplo
Boy Oh Boy (TWRK Edit)
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Lana Del Rey – Meet Me in The Pale Moonlight

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Lana Del Rey
Meet Me In The Pale Moonlight

If you’re feeling trepidation at the possibility of enduring summertime sadness next season, we have some timely good news for you.  A late 70s-inspired number written by the “Young & Beautiful” artist, Lana Del Rey, was released yesterday. According to her tweet to Prefix Magazine, “Meet Me in the Pale Moonlight” was written 4 years ago, which suggests that it won’t be featured on her forthcoming album, Ultraviolence. However, in her reply, she also reveals the title of her next single, named “West Coast”.

There’s less than a month before her album release -set to come out May 1st. So why not sway a little, and allow the moonlit night set in with the picturesque lyrics of the tune below.

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[Indie Dance/Nu-Disco] Miami Horror – Real Slow (Tropicool Remix)

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Miami Horror
Real Slow (Tropicool Remix)

LA based house and disco slanger Tropicool, who is known primarily for his impressive output of eclectic mixtapes, has dipped his toes into the remix pond, much to our delight, authoring quite the groovy club edit of Miami Horror’s dance-poppy single “Real Slow”. A pulsing bass line fuels Tropicool’s deep disco take on the track while the tune’s original vocals spring along quite harmoniously over a glossy dose of synth work, and a funk inspired chord progression. We were immediately hooked into Tropicool’s huge slinky groove, and for our house, dance and club crowd we think you’ll have a tough time avoiding the same fate. This one can be snagged for free as a digital copy over on his official Facebook so do yourself a solid and snag one; and with the man playing Snowball Music Festival this weekend in Denver , we’ll soon hopefully be hearing it rinsed live amongst a sweaty sea of festival dancers.

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[Hip-Hop] Joyner Lucas – No Strings Attached (Feat. Young Migs)

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Joyner Lucas Feat. Young Migs
No Strings Attached

Joyner Lucas is an artist that’s been on our radar for quite awhile, but until today hasn’t been featured on the pages of TMN. Well, as you can see, that’s all about to change. The New England native’s most recent single is one that’s aimed directly at the ladies. Although not exactly the most romantic of hip-hop ballads, “No Strings Attached” accomplishes exactly what it sets out to do.

Lucas puts his elastic flow to proper use, masterfully manipulating the beat with a suave confidence that’ll have ladies everywhere swooning. This one however, wouldn’t be complete without the assistance of captivating crooner Young Migs, whose gorgeous vocals on the sexually charged chorus really put this one over the top.

More singles like this, and chances are you’ll be seeing Joyner’s name a lot more frequently. If you’re curious about what else the emcee is capable of, head over to his SoundCloud page to check out a few of his other recent tracks.

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