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[Electronic] K.Flay – Blood In The Cut (Aire Atlantica Remix)

K.Flay
Blood In The Cut (Aire Atlantica Remix)

Interscope Records jumped on the opportunity to release an official remix from Aire Atlantica of “Blood In The Cut.” The indie electronic hit by K.Flay was just dying to be re-imagined by a talented producer, and that’s just where the New York musician came into play.

The original version of “Blood In The Cut” had a dark, alternative edge to it that left the door wide open for Aire Atlantica to do something really special with it. He keeps a similar vibe, and recycles some of the original stems, but his original work on the project is what really makes this stand out. The anthemic, future vibe of this remix makes it accessible for any situation or place, including the radio. It certainly has that type of potential. Face it, if you turned on the radio in your car and this was playing, you’d stop and listen while your body started grooving along. Aire Atlantica’s take can be streamed above, or if you are a Spotify user, go on ahead and it it to your library.

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[Electronic] K.Flay – FML (Vanic Remix)

K.Flay
FML (Vanic Remix)

When you know you work well with someone’s material, you don’t mess that up. Vanic recently dropped his fourth (!) remix of the always entertaining K.Flay, and, per usual, it knocks HARD. He continues to capitalize on his jubilant production style, twisting together big bass and melodic tendencies into an equally accessible and intriguing result.

Vanic has proven time and time again that he knows his way around a great pop vocal, and we’re all certainly the lucky ones to be beneficiaries of his hard work and talent. Everything this guy does is big, and that certainly won’t be changing anytime soon. Enjoy the fun above and grab your own free download of the tune here!

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Viceroy (ft. K. Flay) – Back At The Start (Delusion Remix) [TMN Premiere]

Viceroy
Back At The Start (Delusion Remix)

We’re no stranger to Viceroy and his newest K. Flay assisted hit, “Back At The Start.” Today, however, we’re excited to show you a fairly fresh face that flipped the tune on its head into a smooth and futuristic groove. Delusion has remixed Oh Wonder and Odesza previously, which are equally as gorgeous and silky, so he isn’t afraid to tackle prime source material. This new endeavor knocks with purpose, but is balanced out by a softer side that sets itself apart from the original in the best way possible. It’s as strong as it is seductive, and every element across the song’s spectrum is dutifully placed with purpose and poise. Delusion has commanded his sound within only a few tracks, so there’s no telling how far he’ll be able to go. Give yourself a much needed break before the weekend hits with this stunning remix by Delusion, and be ready to hear his name around much more often.

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[Multi-Genre] SLDGHMR – Grid Living EP

Grid Living is the latest EP from the Los Angeles meets Miami duo SLDGHMR. Their eclectic tastes come out in a big way with six originals, along with two remixes. Included in the originals are collaborations, one with Crywolf and one with Chuck Inglish and K.Flay. SLDGHMR show off their innovation throughout, especially with tracks like “Rocket Fuel” and “Saccharine.” Even with their more traditional sounds, they still manage to keep things interesting and meritable, without a doubt. If we were to pick personal favorites, I’d have to roll with “Lombardy” because of its dark, yet energizing sound. It’s a little trashy, and we love it. The whole EP deserves two thumbs up, and if you feel the same, then you can go ahead and purchase the project for yourself, or gift it to a friend.

’Rocket Fuel’
’SLDGHMR & Crywolf – We Could Be Heaven’
’How It Works (ft. Chuck Inglish and K.Flay)’
’Lombardy’
’Hell Is A Four Star Hotel’
’Saccharine’
’We Could Be Heaven (Bad Catholics Remix)’
’We Could Be Heaven (Fukkk Offf Remix)’
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[Electro/Hip-Hop] K.Flay – Hail Mary (Feat. Danny Brown) (Prod. Felix Cartal)

K.Flay
Hail Mary (ft. Danny Brown)

It’s Monday, which probably means it’s now time to atone for some of your more inappropriate escapades from the past weekend. California femcee K.Flay recognizes that, although she’s not about to admit to being a sinner. Hoping to relive some of the memories she made (and presumably forgot), K.Flay pulls off a delicate balancing act between sultry vocals and provocative lyrics over some opaque and buzzing production from Felix Cartal. Meanwhile, Danny Brown continues on his recent rampage of absolutely murdering guest verses. By now, you should all be familiar with the Detroit spitter’s frenzied, and almost deranged style. While Danny definitely makes his presence known, he doesn’t take anything away from K.Flay, who certainly holds her own. If you’re interested in hearing more from the young female emcee, check out her recently released West Ghost tape. While this particular song isn’t a part of that project, you can still grab the free download below.

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