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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 288)

Can you hear that? It’s Pink’s echo originating from 2001… Let’s get this party started! Friday is finally here at last and we’ve got you covered with some turn up tunes to aid you in your weekend leisure. Whether you’re going to kick back home, go out for nights on the town, travel, or otherwise, there’s a dozen free downloads for you here to keep your musical ammo stocked. This week we’ve got records from benny mayne, Birthdayy Partyy, Hunter Siegel, a major collab from LondonBridge and Wenzday, Wuki, another major collab between Party Favor and Baauer, as well as many other hits. We get the pre-game going with some softer sounds then turn the heat up and finish with some vibey, but still energetic tracks. Take them with you, stream them; whatever you do, enjoy!

’benny mayne – basic bitch’
’KVMO & Massive Vibes – Physical (ft. Ashdown) (Dooqu Remix)’
Kwon – Tipsy (Birthdayy Partyy Remix)’
’Ekali and Zhu – Blame (Hunter Siegel Remix)’
’LondonBridge & Wenzday
’Wuki – Chop It (Feat. Bri Berlay)’
’Farrah – Hard As Fuck’
REX X SWRVN – Throwin Hands Ft. Mikey Ceaser’
’Bone N Skin – What The Heck’
’Party Favor X Baauer – MDR’
’Minnesota – Edge’
’Time Warp (Pierce & 2Scoops Remix)’
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[Event Preview] Wobbleland 2017 With Snails, JOYRYDE, REZZ, Datsik & More

Every year, there’s one particular event the Bay Area of California really looks forward to. That is the one and only Wobbleland. Held at City National Civic in San Jose, this event sees bassheads flock from all over. With top quality production and lineups that highlight the top up and coming talent, Wobbleland has cemented itself as a go-to event every time it is held.

The three day festival is jam-packed with heavy hitters ranging from headliners Snails, Zomboy and Datsik, to artists like JOYRYDE, Kayzo and Party Favor. Those names alone is enough to get excited about, but that is just the tip of the iceberg. With back-to back sets from Jameston Thieves x YOOKiE, KRANE x Alexander Lewis, Luca Lush x Josh Pan and Sam F x Yntendo, Wobbleland is set to be one of the most memorable festivals of 2017.

Wobbleland is slated for February 17th through the 19th. Ticketing information, as well as the full lineup can be found at the festival’s ticket page. Music Ninja will be in attendance, so hope to see you there! In the mean time, get familiar with the festival’s roster by enjoying the official Wobbleland 2017 Spotify Playlist below.

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Party Favor talks music, quokkas, and that one time a fan humped a subwoofer box [TMN Exclusive Interview]


When it comes to booty music, we tend to find the kind of artists that make us want to go from a modest person out in public to a shameless person twerking dat ass like we were blessed by Miley Cyrus herself. A few weeks ago, we had a few moments to chat with one such artist that makes us do all of the above. Los Angeles based producer, Party Favor, encompasses everything that our young dance music culture embraces – literally. Not only does he have show-goers humping the shit out of subwoofers during sets (continue reading), but he continues to craft and develop his music/brand in which they collectively help draw in listeners from all over. With so much hype tied around trap and bass music, Party Favor shares with us his 6 year long journey of how he went from the typical mash-up DJ to a bedroom producer, all the way to performing with the big dogs at EDC this year. This touching interview will leave you inspired, excited, but most importantly, it will make you utilize your Google search bar more than ever before. Enjoy ninjas!

’Bro Safari & UFO! – Drama (Party Favor Remix)’

TMN: So, you’re having quite the year this year! You recently landed one of the biggest gigs of your life back in June for EDC Las Vegas – we got a chance to catch that set and it was pretty absurd. What was it like reaching that milestone?

PF: I think that question goes without saying. As someone who has loved this style of music for such a long time, not only was it so humbling and exciting for me but I got to play alongside people I have looked up to for so many years. It was completely surreal. EDC has grown each and every year, and so has dance music and this stage that 7UP set up was better than I could have even imagined. EDC was also a great way to show people who never believed in me before that I’m here to stay. It was way better than I even hoped and still can’t believe how well the crowd responded. Now I have another Insomniac show to look forward to in September: Beyond Wonderland Bay Area!

Check out the official Party Favor EDC After Movie & Download Party Favor’s EDC set here

TMN: Let’s rewind things a little bit – first tell us a little bit about yourself and how you made Party Favor into a career?

PF: So I have always had this infatuation with music but never really found a way to connect these sounds and thoughts into a music that fit my style. I tried the guitar, the piano and eventually gave up thinking I was musically talented enough. It wasn’t until I was in college (studying film) that I started to dabble in some film scoring and different audio programs/courses and it kind of re-sparked my interest. Mashups were actually what got me into House music in general. 6 years ago house music was so different and on a much smaller scale. I was listening to heavy electro house out of Europe mashed with top 40 tracks from the US and I started to hear the beat behind it and realized I loved how that music made me feel and how much it connected on the most basic level. I started playing it out to people in my social circles and became the guy who “had the cool mashups” (laughs). Eventually it snowballed into DJ’ing and then slowly but surely I attempted producing stuff that wasn’t garbage. I hustled myself at clubs/promoters and then eventually got an agent. Now here I am six years later – still trying not to make music that sounds like garbage (laughs).

TMN: (Laughs) Thank goodness you decided to pick things up where you left off. On that note, at what point did you know that things were starting to take off for you as a producer/DJ?

PF: There have been a few WOW moments that i’ve looked to as milestones; moments that really made me feel like things were taking off. On the music side, it was kind of the one-two punch of my official remix of Bro Safari & UFO!’s ”Drama” (which got a lot of industry support) and then my official remix of Showtek’s massive hit, “Booyah”. The response it first received really made me feel like things were moving  in the right direction. In fact, it still does. The energy of “Booyah” is hard to match and I think it was the first time that people got to hear me on such a massive scale. Some of the biggest DJ’s in the world immediately began playing it out and it was at that moment that I knew that something had finally clicked. I still play out the VIP now and it goes off even harder.
’Showtek – Booyah (Party Favor Remix)’

TMN: “Booyah” is definitely one of our favorite remixes of yours. Hands down.

TMN: Moving forward, it’s pretty obvious that you have a growing fan base, a hardworking team behind you, and a credible track record that has been catching the attention of some of the big dogs in the league such as Diplo. In fact, you just released a Diplo & Friends BBC Radio 1 Mix you did for his show this past August – that’s definitely something every artist wants to cross off their bucket list. How did you react when he reached out to you about doing a mix?

PF: Oh its phenomenal. I think as someone who is very hard on my own work, to hear from someone like Diplo that what i’m doing is cool is the ultimate reassurance.  BBC is a huge checklist item for every electronic artist, or any talent now for that matter, and i’m honored to have gotten a spot on his show to play out some of my newest tracks. That’s what it’s all about. I think getting a chance to showcase your sound and style to a completely new fan base is absolutely incredible and there are not many media platforms for our scene that have the kind of reach BBC does.

Download Party Favor’s exclusive Diplo & Friends BBC Radio 1 Mix 

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