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Bassnectar – Noise (PANTyRAiD Remix)

Fresh off the lot is a remix of Bassnectars “Noise” by the one and only PANTyRAiD. Yesterday the NVSB (Noise Vs Beauty) Remix album came out featuring 22 tracks, including new Bassnectar remixes and bonus goodies. Featuring artists like Craz, Run DMT, Stylust Beats, Champaign Drip and many more, this remix package is as well-tailored and produced as the original NVSB album that hit shelves about 5 months ago.

Bassnectar is known for taking his time and releasing high quality and cheese free tunes, so it is no surprise to me that when it comes to putting his name behind something, he was going to make sure he had the crème de la crème in bass music behind his remix package, PANTyRAiD being one of them.

The NVSB album was a massive hit and if you’re lucky you may be able to catch Bassnectar at a venue near you, as he is currently on tour. In the mean time check out this remix of my favorite track on NVSB “Noise”. It is absolutely dripping in guttural bass lines and deep dark melodics, while still keeping true to the original tune.

You can grab the Remix bundle AND the NVSB album right here. 

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BANKS – Beggin For Thread (Gryffin & Hotel Garuda Remix)

BANKS has been on one hell of a roll since the release of her new album entitled Goddess. Today we have a gorgeous deep-house remix of Begging For Thread from Gryffin & Hotel Garuda. Maintaining the airy feel and vocals of the original track, Gryffin and Garuda wrap this track up in a bouncy embrace while still giving us that classic mildly dark BANKS feel. The added bass line truly brings this track to the next level, making it totally club ready. I am not too familiar with Gryffin & Hotel Garuda but with production like this I can only hope that there are more beautiful tracks like this to come, grab the free download below!

The Game – Let’s Ride (SNBRN Remix)

SNBRN has been making waves in the house world in recent months and today he has dropped his newest stellar G-house remix of Let’s Ride by The Game. The track begins with some dark filters and interesting samples but quickly sweeps down into the melodic chorus staying true to the original. With a deep heavy bass line and solid composition accelerating this track to the dance floor it is sure to excite just about any venue. There is something about these G-house remixes that feels so familiar, nothing like some good nineties rap with a brand new beat all beefed up to make my day. Grab the free download below and head over to SNBRN’s Soundcloud page for a whole slew of great tunes!

Blackstreet – No Diggity (Beat Fatigue Remix)

Seeing as its been about a year since Bondax dropped their awesome edit of Blackstreet’s legendary RnB groove, I think we were all ready for a new twist on “No Diggity.” Beat Fatigue brings a sound largely unheard of from the Netherlands, ditching the big room and deeper side of things for a funky and soul-inspired style. While this definitely will strike a chord with fans of electro-soul acts like Pretty Lights and Griz, Beat Fatigue’s style brings a unique sound, heavy on the guitar that he records himself and featuring lots of organic instruments, mixed with just the proper amount of bass and glitch (If you know The Floozies, this will be right up your alley). While browsing through Beat Fatigue’s SoundCloud, I found myself jamming out pretty hard to his new EP, only a month old, which certainly deserves some attention. Cop the free download on the “No Diggity” remix below and definitely stay tuned for more from. Mr. Fatigue.

MSCLS – Time To Move feat. Carmen Clayton

It was over thirty years ago that Carmen Clayton released Time to Move to very little acclaim, but over the years this funk single has continued to reinvent itself. In the modern era, most of us all know this sample from the widely popular NERO track, Must Be A Feeling. As much as we all loved that track, I couldn’t be more excited to showcase MSCLS‘s rendition of Time to Move. Flexing their softer side with this release, the vocals are paired perfectly to a slow moving, classic disco funk theme. While most of MSCLS’s releases have been heavy on the future-bass, this offering shows us his versatility which we will hopefully be hearing more of very soon. MSCLS quickly told THUMP how this track came to fruition.. ”I was just kinda digging around youtube to spark some ideas and ran across the vocal from Carmen Clatyon,” he tells THUMP. “I decided to throw it over the track just to see what it sounded like and then kinda fell in love with it.” Enjoy the free download on this one.

Goldlink – “Ay Ay” (Lindsay Lowend & Jonah Baseball Remix)

Well I was a pretty big fan of the original track from Goldlink and I am even more excited about the new twisted remix from Lindsay Lowend and Jonah Baseball. Turning up the reverb and including a handful of other intense filters and sounds the duo brings the Goldlink original “Ay Ay”  to a state of heavy glitch-hop. Keeping the vibe as fun as the original (see the video below for some next level twerking) the collaboration really delved into their libraries providing a massive amount of sounds all working together to pump this song up. Lindsay Lowend has been dropping some seriously original and exciting bass tracks, and this collaboration with new-comer Jonah Baseball is more of the same progression we have been so stoked on recently.