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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 265)

Volume 265 of our Friday Party Playlist is here. It’s been a long time, but we’re not stopping anytime soon. Today we continue with another batch of free downloads from some extremely talented producers. You’ll find a dozen in this week’s collection, all available as free downloads if you’re still into that kind of thing. Collect them all or simply stream, no matter what you do we hope you enjoy them and have a fun weekend. Aiding in your fun is LUUDE, Kill Paris, Nathaniel Knows, Sam F, ATLiens, Felmax, Soltan and many more. There’s a good mix of genres/styles this week, so there should be a little something for everyone! There’s some future, house, trap and dubstep, but then we cap things off with a beautiful composition from JETSET to ease you out of the party and into a good night sleep.

’Luude & TWERL – Paradise (feat. Lost Boy)’
’Kill Paris – Red Lights (feat. Dotter)’
’Nathaniel Knows, Scissors – Fly Away Feat. Haley (Original Mix)’
’Sam F – Fuck Wit A G ft. Malcolm Anthony’
’Flux Pavillion – Bass Cannon (Matroda Remix)’
’Dirtyphonics & Bassnectar – Watch Out Ft. Ragga Twins (ATLiens Remix)’
’Felmax & PURGE – Make Love’
’Soltan – The Realm’
’Snails x NGHTMRE – Only Want U (CONVEX Flip)’
’Tre Sera & Sevim – Knuckles Up’
’DMVU – Gucci Banana’
’JETSET – Abyss (The Heavens)’
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[Future Bass] Kill Paris – Good Love

Kill Paris
Good Love

Kill Paris takes a bit of a different direction with his new single “Good Love.” Released on Sexy Electric, this free download still has a hint of the future sound, but blends the line between it and trap. It’s an interesting route that we didn’t expect when we heard the producer was coming out with a new one.

“Good Love” won’t disappoint. Despite the sound not being what we may be used to, Kill Paris still managed to put together a great song. Good vibes ooze from this soft-hearted single whose minimal sound makes for an easy listen. It’s a versatile track that can be enjoyed in several circumstances, so don’t be surprised when you come back to it over and over. Kill Paris is looking to have a big year in 2017 and he’s off to a good start.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 168)

Let’s get weird. Let’s dance irresponsibly. Let’s party, because it’s Friday! Get crunk with this week’s playlist that goes from some sexy soul, all the way up to some high velocity electro house. As usual, we have a dozen records from this past week together in one free package. You’ll be able to grab freebies from KickRaux, Kill Paris, along with JumoDaddy, Shwann and more. Take the 168th playlist forth and let yourself loose over the weekend. Recharge those batteries, and help your friends to do the same by sharing these quality tunes with them!

’Arise Wise ✖ Willdabeast – A Species Of Soul’
’Major Lazer – Light It Up (ft. Nyla) (KickRaux & EFF3CTS Remix)’
’Lostboycrow – Powers (Kill Paris Remix)’
’Flatbush ZOMBiES – Palm Trees (Nato Feelz Bootleg Remix)’
’Reid Speed X J. Rabbit – Make It Clap’
’8 Graves – Two Wrongs (Mooij Remix)’
’JumoDaddy – Alright With Me ft. Sena’
’SickStrophe – Pop Up Tha Bass’
’Herobust – Smother Shit (DUSTED by Dusty Bits)’
’Dreadhauk – Feed The Monsta (Original Mix)’
’Jeroen D & Amir Karim – Violins’
’Bamboora & Shwann – Galactus’
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[Melodic] Kill Paris ft. Royal – Operate (Illenium Remix)

Kill Paris ft. Royal
Operate (Illenium Remix)

The ninjas love some Kill Paris. We also love Royal, as well as Illenium. All three come together in one thanks to a remix by Illenium of “Operate” from the Galaxies Between Us album. Nick slows things down, but keeps up his melodic tendencies. With each drop, he gives us something different, which keeps things fresh throughout the entire song. The first section focuses on a vocal sequence that is accompanied by a few other patterns that help to fill out the spectrum. Later, we experience a shift to a big sound with soaring synths that energize the listener with nothing but good vibes. The Illenium remix of “Operate” has been released as a free download, which you can snag right here.

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Ahead of the Curve: Kill Paris and Louis Futon Shine at Mezzanine, SF 4/25 [Event Review]

KillParisWritten and photographed by Dominic Powell

Boulder-based Kill Paris‘ self described “future funk” sound has evolved as a result of his ability to adapt and remain at the cutting edge of the future electronic landscape over a 4+ year career under the moniker. His most recent album, Galaxies Between Us, truly captures his progression combining an atmospheric, other-worldly aesthetic with intricate, often playful, elements of electronic dance music. Over the weekend, Eye Heart SF brought both Kill Paris and Louis Futon, another ninja favorite, to Mezzanine in San Francisco for a night full of forward-thinking music that rattled the dance floor. LF

’G Eazy – Lets Get Lost Ft. Devon Baldwin (Louis Futon Remix)’
’Louis Futon – Sir Rock’

Since he first began putting out original productions in late 2013, Louis Futon has been growing his musically inclined fan base one smooth track at a time. His remixes of G-Eazy, Logic, and Future have served as a blue print for other artists who have jumped on board with the lyric-heavy future genre in recent months. Additionally, the Philadelphian’s original productions such as “Sir Rock” (featured prominently in Ta-Ku’s popular mixtape) and “Drnuk” have put to rest any doubt about Louis Futon’s artistic talents.  His set perfectly brought that sound to life captivating the audience with a unique fusion of future electronic, hip-hop and funk. Louis Futon’s remix of G-Eazy’s “Lets Get Lost” had the whole crowd singing along and his originals pushed the boundaries of club anthems.

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’Kill Paris – Baby Come Back’
’Kill Paris – Operate ft Royal’

In a testament to his instrumental abilities, Kill Paris took the stage wielding an impressive array of devices: a Livid CNTRL:R MIDI controller, Pioneer CDJ’s, and a Roland AX-Synth 49-Key Keytar Synthesizer. He jumped right into his set, getting the crowd going with his own unique outer space blend of electronic music. His new material from Galaxies Between Us was well received by the crowd. At one point, he stepped out from behind his CDJ’s and began playing his Keytar while high fiving the frenzied crowd. He managed to play a healthy dose of his newer music while allowing the crowd to get involved and jump around to his older tunes, such as “Baby Come Back“. KP also mixed in some songs by his favorite artists – Cashmere Cat and Porter Robinson – before ending with his hit Royal-featuring single, “Operate.”

The combination of Louis Futon and Kill Paris made for a truly dynamic and inspiring night with a diverse representation of the future of electronic music. If either are coming through your city, we’d highly recommend checking them out–you can find upcoming dates for KP here and LF here. In the meantime, check out some more photos from the show below. Continue reading

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[Album Review] Kill Paris – Galaxies Between Us

One of the main men behind the future funk scene, Kill Paris, finally released his debut album on April 14th, 2015. Galaxies Between Us offers up ten tracks released completely for free through his own label, Sexy Electric, which is home to free music exclusively.

Galaxies Between Us is a cosmic adventure through time and space that is comprised solely of good vibes. Even with the one colder song “You Don’t Love Me No More,” Corey manages to convey a certain level of alacrity in it. From the start with the bubbly “Arrival” until the end with the mellowed out “Tropical Dinosaur” you are embraced by an atmosphere of smooth, groovy goodness. Favorites include the introductory track, the second track on the album “Gonna Get High” and the collaboration with the firey future producer Royal, who’s released an official remix for Tegan and Sara.

Kill Paris has already made his mark on the scene, and with this album he further solidifies himself as a leading producer in the game. Identity is not something that is easily established and continuously molded, but Kill Paris manages to keep up the harvesting of some of the freshest tunes around that keep in line with his musical vision. No matter what flavors he uses, you know when you have a Kill Paris tune on your hands.

Like we mentioned before, Galaxies Between Us has been released for free, so all you need to do is head to his website for a copy. Moreover, if you enjoy the album, spread it around to your friends and loved ones!

’Arrival’
’Gonna Get High’
’Summer Daze’
’Operate ft Royal’
’Space Forest’
’What I’m Feelin”
’Blame It All On Your Ways ft Marty Rod’
’Interlude’
’You Don’t Love Me No More’
’Tropical Dinosaur’
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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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