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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 144)

The weekend has arrived and, although this ninja’s down for the count after a fantastic Coachella, we’ve got all you ragers covered with an array of turn-up tunes on this week’s FPP. This installment proves a particularly versatile one with highlights ranging from unique trap masterpieces from NebbraKRNE and Mikos da Gawd to a playful remix courtesy RAC and an absolutely amazing disco-inspired take on Phantogram‘s “Fall in Love” by Ardency. Hit play below, fill up a glass and let the shenanigans commence.

’Nebbra – Darkness’
’Phantogram – Fall In Love (Ardency Remix)’
’The Drums – Kiss Me Again (RAC Mix)’
’JNTHN STEIN x KRNE x Alexander Lewis – Blastoise’
’Titles Ft. Mikos Da Gawd’
’Aylen – MVRIO KVRT’
’Grief & Hesk – Let’s Get Into It’
’Dr. Dre Ft. Snoop Dogg – The Next Episode (Dani Deahl x Jason Edward Remix)’
’Pharrell Williams – Frontin (DEFFIE + R.O.M 3
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’Nero X Porter Robinson – The Thrill (Crystalize’s Edit) FREE DL’
’Kito – Get Faded ft. Tara Carosielli’
’SLUGGERS
King Tong’
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[New] Nero – The Thrill (Porter Robinson Remix)

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The Thrill (Porter Robinson Remix)

Following his Worlds Tour, it’s been a while since Porter Robinson came out with new music. To our surprise, he premiered this epic remix of Nero‘s “The Thrill” at Coachella last Friday and turned up the heat even more at the desert.  The 22-year-old prodigy sampled Alana Watson‘s vocals on top of some classic Porter maneuvers, creating beautiful melodies and fusing them with glitchy synths. The cadenced synth melodies manage to keep the track breathtaking, moving and epic, as it is closed out with some simple and pretty keys. The style of the remix resembles something off of Worlds.

It’s no surprise that Porter’s originality and relevance make him one of the frontrunners in the electronic scene. It’s creative minds like his that keep the ball rolling for today’s music. Take a listen to this brand new track as Porter Robinson once again proved that genres don’t matter.

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Coachella 2015 – Must See Acts [TMN EDITORS’ PICKS]

TMNCoachThe spectacle and legend of Coachella Valley Arts & Music Festival seems to grow every year and, although it’s certainly reached a critical mass at this point, it proves time and time again to be worth the trip. After breaking box office records for consecutive years, Coachella continues blazing ahead in 2015 with a deep, diverse lineup and some of their most ambitious projects to date including their largest investment in art installations ever. With the first weekend kicking off this Friday, the set times for Coachella were finally let loose yesterday bringing up the regular scheduling conflicts and tough decisions. To make things easier for you all, we’ve decided to lay out our top acts to see every day chronologically. We hope this serves as a useful guide as you prepare for the whirlwind of emotion that is Coachella. Best advice we can give you all: keep good company, don’t sweat (figuratively, of course, perspiration is imminent) and most importantly be safe. Hope to run in to some of you ninjas there!

P.S. We didn’t forget the Do Lab! You can find our Do Lab picks on the final page.

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[NEW] Nero – The Thrill

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The Thrill

Shortly after premiering their latest single on Annie Mac’s radio show, Nero have officially released  “The Thrill.” The UK veterans have continued to remain a relevant force in electronic music mixing the heavenly voice of Alana Watson with melodic electro and intense bass breakdowns.”The Thrill” carries on that sound bringing the vocals to the forefront before building into an infectious bass-heavy chorus. We don’t have much details yet on what they’ve got in the works for 2015 but this one’s a great sign if it’s any indication of what’s to come.

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[NEW] Nero – Satisfy

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Satisfy

UK-based veteran EDM trio, Nero, are gearing up to release a new album and, just a couple hours ago, they unleashed the first single. The massive “Satisfy” embodies what we have come to expect from the legendary outfit with the captivating vocals of Alana Watson overlaying a monumental and building instrumental that perfectly captures the intended emotions. While we have come to associate Nero with dubstep most prominently, their latest effort comes hard with an electro-house bassline fit to tear down the Sahara tent. Make sure to check this one out above and look for the project to drop later this year.

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[NEW] Nero – Into The Past

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Into The Past

The Great Gatsby continues to astonish us with each and every new release from its soundtrack. Amongst names like Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Florence + The Machine, and Lana Del Rey, Nero definitely sticks out like a sore thumb. However, the UK trio proves they more than belong with that collection of heavyweights through their latest effort. The group temporarily leaves their dubstep roots behind to bring us a gorgeous, illustrious landscape with looming, ominous undertones on “Into The Past.” Alanna Watson‘s labored breathing coupled with her haunting and elegant vocals is what really sets the tone for the piece. The group had this to say about the shaping of the sound, and the tune’s central themes:

One of the cues we’d written then developed into a full original song [“Into the Past”], with vocals from Alana. It’s based around one of the central themes of the story, that of memory and Gatsby’s drive to reshape past events.

If you’d like to learn more about how this song came to life, be sure to check out Nero’s exlusive interview with Billboard. Stay tuned for future updates from this outstanding soundtrack, and make sure to grab yourself a copy when it drops on May 7th.

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[Trap Anthem] Nero – Won’t You Be There (Club Cheval Remix)

Nero‘s track, “Won’t You Be There” is one of the biggest Dubstep tracks of the year. Club Cheval decided that they turn it into a one of the funkiest and filthiest Trap songs to hit the blogosphere in a while. Bringing an incredibly infectious melody featuring some squeaky wobbles backed up with a massive bass line. This is a rip from Skream & Benga‘s show on BBC Radio 1. Cheers.

’Nero – Wont You Be There (Club Cheval Remix)’

Release date is October 22nd via MTA Records

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