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[Melodic House] Chaka Khan – Never Miss The Water (CAZZETTE BOOTLEG)

Chaka Khan

After a year of dominating Beatport and Hype Machine, Cazette is muscling up and pushing things to the next level. This time they’re back with a sexy Chaka Khan bootleg to prepare for their upcoming tour, and headlining set at Ultra Music Festival. If you’re looking to add a lil groove to your week, this is the perfect addition to your playlist.

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[Aggressive Acid] Astronaut – Rockers / Bounce

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Rockers / Bounce

Astronaut took some time away from Monstercat to deliver an EP on the fellow Canadian label, Kannibalen Records. Two electro beasts make up the Rockers project, named after the title single, a collaboration with label heads Black Tiger Sex Machine. The two acts came together for a firey festival house track, but don’t you worry, it’s not big room bullcrap, it’s aggressive acid! “Bounce” is the B-side of the project, but despite being a bonus, this hit brings the energy just as much as the first track. Together, they are a one two party punch fit for all those who rage.

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Show Me

R.LUM.R (pronounced “are-luhm-are) is a newcomer you’re going to see a lot of this year. Putting out magic like this, there’s no way this project won’t explode. You’re hearing it here first– this guy is going to be HUGE!

Based out of Orlando, R.LUM.R is fusing soul, pop, R&B, and dance music in a way that’s as unique as it is exciting. This track will suck you in, and you won’t know what hit you. The word “fire” with the perfectly executed arpeggiator, and really everything about this song has so much replay value. It’ll be on repeat all weekend, for sure.

You can purchase the first single “Show Me” on iTunes. And prepare for R.LUM.R‘s upcoming EP by following on SoundCloud, Facebook and Twitter.

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[Electro House] Nicki Minaj – Only (Ryon Lawford Bootleg)

Nicki Minaj
Only (Ryon Lawford Bootleg)

We woke up feeling like we’re in 2011 again, and ready to party this weekend. This bangin’ electro remix from Washington producer, Ryon Lawford, will take you back to the time of simple bouncy music. 2011… Doesn’t it look nice?

Ryon tackles Nicki Minaj‘s star studded “Only” in textbook complextro fashion, amping up the energy from the original hip-hop production into a dancefloor ready gem. From the warbly synths down to the thudding drums, this remix is the perfect addition to your weekend playlist and is tailor made for a good time.

Check out more from Ryon Lawford on Soundcloud, Facebook and Twitter.

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Keith Ape – It G Ma (Madeaux Remix) [TMN PREMIERE]

Keith Ape
It G Ma (Madeaux Remix)

The forward thinking trap sound is exploding. Artists are receiving attention from elites like Skrillex, Diplo and numerous others. Over time, we have shared more and more of it, and today, we’re fortunate to premiere this new flip of Keith Ape’s “It G Ma” from rising talent, Madeaux.

Combining hip-hop style progressions and percussion with dubstep bass synths,  Madeaux creates an exhilarating atmosphere. The intense vocals and razor sharp synths are definitely dead set for a Saturday night, five star turn-up. Just don’t blame us when you wake up with a wicked hangover on Sunday morning.

Stay updated with everything Madeaux on Soundcloud, Facebook, and Twitter.

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Howie Lee – Sink Like Titanic [TMN Premiere]

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Howie Lee, Bejing born and London educated, pursued a degree in sound art opposed to sound design, or audio engineering. He takes the meaning of “deep” to a gallery status. The jazzy time signatures on “Sink Like Titanic” create a groove that provoke more thought than rigid 4/4 time signatures.

Discover more from Howie Lee on Soundcloud, Facebook and Twitter.

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Sink Like Titanic
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[Chill House] Chelsea Lankes – Down For Whatever (Sebastian Carter Remix)

Chelsea Lankes stormed the internet with her beautiful single “Down For Whatever”, and with radio buzz happening as well from KCRW, KXRN, and 98.7FM KYSR in Los Angeles, we think there is no better time than to continue the buzz online with some proper remixes. We recently shared her Carousel remix on the Mustic Ninja the other week, and today we have a new take on the record by Swiss born by-way-of-brighton producer, Sebastian Carter. Sebastian turns the record into his own deep house jam, injecting it with just the right amount of drums and melody to keep you moving on the dance floor.

Give it a spin and stay tuned for more from this pair.

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