[Electronic] WODD – Easy To Love (ft. LIA)

WODD has been a producer with some incredibly unique sound design and musicality that has garnered a growing grassroots fanbase over the past few years. Hailing from France, the dubstep producer takes a step away from his headbanging roots for a (house? electro? bass?) song that is sure to get stuck in your head.

“Easy To Love” is a genre-bending hit featuring the beautiful voice of Montreal resident LIA. The introduction seduces you into its dream-like sound whose chill tone completely juxtaposes what’s to come. WODD takes you on quite the sonic adventure with this bombastic bass hit that you just have to experience for yourself.

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[Future Bass] Danny Olson x Highlnd – Not Letting Go (feat. Micah Martin)

Cinematic maestro Danny Olson teamed up with Highlnd and vocalist Micah Martin for the energizing “Not Letting Go” on Insomniac’s Lost In Dreams. As far as Summer songs go, this is a must have as it has just the right mixture of party vibes and emotional depth. You wanna drink and rage and be a party animal? This works. You want to just get in your feels by yourself in your headphones? This works too.

Danny Olson has established himself as a promising producer, but instead of his usual orchestral influence he and his collaborators hone in on rock n roll for a thrilling original. Micah delivers a great performance as usual while Danny Olson and Highlnd set a beautiful stage that feels like it could make some waves in radio. Even during the “drop” it still doesn’t feel too… well, EDM – so it works for everyone, raver or not.

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[Electronic] Sylvan Paul – Back To You

Sylvan Paul’s “Back To You” is a chilled out funky jam that everyone needs to hear. It’s four minutes of escape thanks to it’s easy listening mood and minimal vibe. It’s a little bit weird in all the right ways and it’s certainly a song you need for your playlists this Summer.

If you’re looking to just kick back and “vibe out” as the kids on TikTok say (do they even say that? Idk). Anyway, Sylvan delivers a memorable gem that blends genres for a listen that’s just as much fun as it is chill. You like chill rock? You like electronic? Cool. Give this a whirl and thank us later!

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[Electronic] Medii – What If This Is All Real LP

The LA meets London duo Medii has planted a major flag on 2022 with the release of their LP What If This Is All Real. The fourteen track project showcases the group’s dynamic talents with influences from electro pop to 80’s, to indie dance and beyond.

The synth-laden throwback vibes that oozes throughout this LP is one of its best qualities. It’s a glue that keeps this album feeling tight throughout. Another highlight that keeps things cohesive despite the wide range of talents involved are the vocals. From front to back What If This Is All Real is packed with memorable performances from the likes of Cat Cayenne, Gemyni, Sidney Blair and more. Medii delivered a massively fun listen that manages to also express emotional sentiments that will make the LP a timeless treat.

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[Electronic] ClariS – Careless (Slushii Remix)

The prodigious producer Slushii is back together with Sacra Beats, formerly Sakura Chill Beats, for another massive anime remix. This time he takes on “Careless” by ClariS which many will recognize as the opening theme song from season 2 of Magia Record.

Slushii’s take on “Careless” is a bubbly midtempo record that takes influence from numerous genres including future, pop, moombahton and more. It’s a fun record that even English speakers are going to sing along to as they dance away to Slushii’s synth heavy production. It fits perfectly with the style of ClariS’ original and makes for one of the more unique remixes in the Sacra Beats ever-growing catalog.

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[Trap/Future] Danny Olson – Club Cinema EP

The cinematic maestro Danny Olson has recently dropped his biggest EP to date. Featuring the next chapter of his ever-evolving orchestral signature, the Club Cinema EP features five singles created in collaboration with vocalists including Vo Williams, David Frank and Daemon.

Together these cunning creatives put together a masterful record that is just aching to be in Hollywood’s next big action trailer. Danny is no stranger to sync success, but with songs like “Dreamer” and “Don’t Wake Me Up” he’s surely going to add a few more commercial spots to his belt. His ability to express emotion at such a high level, while still offering up energetic songs that would crush in a live setting is astonishing.

Experience Club Cinema for yourself and for anyone in the LA area, Danny Olson is debuting his live show at Catch One this Friday 4/29! RSVP now and tickets are free as long as you show up before ten. With artists like TEEZ showing support, you’ll want to be there early anyway.

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The Knocks – R U HIGH (ft. Mallrat) [SUNDRESS Remix]


If you’ve been paying any attention, you’ve likely noticed that I haven’t posted anything in well over a year. In fact, very few people have posted on TMN recently. We won’t get into reason why, as today we’re focusing on why we, or rather I am back with another post.

Call it serendipitous. Call it kismet. Whatever you label it with, it’s a strange and rather comical reason why I’m here, writing up a song. It all started four nights ago, as I was watching the Nuggets’ playoff game, enjoying a cocktail, and scrolling through NBA twitter. In a moment of jubilation, celebrating the Nuggs somehow stopping Dame Lillard from sinking an endless amount of threes, I tweeted something snarky. That snark (seen below) was followed up by a brutal ratio from a guy named Jack–a Trailblazer fan and one half of the Portland-based SUNDRESS.


After a bit of playful Twitter sparring, we both followed each other, and came to find out that he had read TMN in high school. And, that I was a big fan of what Jack and Khal were making.

So, that’s why we’re here today, taking a peek at their latest release, a remix of long-time TMN favorite The Knocks‘ latest tune, “R U High?” Loaded with vibes for days, this flip of what was originally a moodier piece is reimagined as more of a warm weather take. Driven by well-sampled vocal cuts, and a fresh lead synth that walks the line of feeling trop, without going overboard, this stellar remix is primed for this weekend’s Memorial Day pool party.

This is SUNDRESS’ third release, but more are on the way soon. I recommend following them across your favorite social channels and staying tuned in. I’ve had the pleasure of previewing it, and they’re pretty damn fantastic.

I guess the only thing I have left to say to these two is Go Nuggets. See you on Twitter for the rest of the series.

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