Music Video Alert: Raiden & Tom Tyger’s “C’est Le Vibe”

Alright…we get it. Maybe we should just stick with the Protocol. In all seriousness, that will be the last time we make a joke with the record label name (#runningoutofideas). Anyway, serving fresh to y’all’s ear holes this Saturday we have the latest from Raiden & Tom Tyger with their newest track “C’est La Vibe”. Both performers have excelled and made waves early on in their careers, with Raiden’s massive super hit “Heart of Steel” with Bright Lights as well as Tyger being a stable on the Protocol roster for almost five years. This collaboration was bound to come and we were glad that it has finally made a full circle.

Now, “C’est La Vibe” is an honest to goodness throwback to house music back in the early aughts. The track is a guaranteed dancefloor panic, as it doesn’t only drive with its progressive beats but keeps it flowing with a bouncy groove. You don’t have to be a die-hard electronic fan to enjoy a track like this, as it appeals to old and new fans alike.  The track almost puts off a middle-eastern tonal vibe to it, and we at MiR appreciate it.

Now just a few weeks later, we have a music video to accompany the track. The video features old school visuals to match the track beat by beat. Sure, it may seem a bit weird at first, but just stick with it. It works flawlessly. Don’t watch if you are sensitive to quick flashing lights, images, or awkwardly funny dance moves.

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Welcome to Jamaica, Full Crate & The Partysquad New Track “Hot”

We at MiR always like it when we have an odd collaboration that emits solid gold. This mid-work week we have “Hot”, the latest collaboration between Full Crate, duo The Partysquad, and Nick & Navi. Both known for their production diversity, The Partysquad and Full Crate have been absolutely killing it throughout 2017. The Partysquad has been smashing with hits like “Original Don” and “Double Bubble” with superstars Major Lazer and M.I.A. respectively. On the flip side, Full Crate has been expanding his production catalog with everything from soul to deep house tracks.

Unlike what have we heard recently, “Hot” is quite unique in its distinct influences. The track is pure gold, even though it is all across the map. “Hot” has a prominent jungle beat with a Jamaican dancehall vibe, but manages to also be soulful and sultry do to duo Nick & Navi’s premiere vocal work. Fun fact, “Hot” was originally created as a dance floor busting instrumental known as “Big Booty Problem”. Eager to elevate the track, Full Crate tapped fellow Amsterdamers The Partysquad to transform the track entirely.

Make sure you give “Hot” a full listen below:

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It Is Time to “Zum Zum” with Redlight & Sweetie Irie

We never knew a zum zum quite like this. Sorry, that lyric is particularly addictive. Kicking off our work week we have “Zum Zum” the latest primer from English producer Redlight for his upcoming album. This is Redlight’s third single from underground label Lobster Boy, all being promotional singles for Redlight’s upcoming album scheduled for early 2018. The track is absolute fire, so much so, that Insomniac Records is further marketing the album. Known for the diversity in their music catalog, Insomniac finds the newst and best music on the market for you to stream straight into your ears.

“Zum Zum” is a rather unique track for us to cover, as it is a bit out of our norm. However, we can only describe the track is being made straight for the dancefloor. The track is complimented by the iconic ragga vocals of Sweetie Irie, who adds a bit of jungle influence into the mix as well.  A solid balance of bass music and house, “Zum Zum” is infectious beyond belief and if you don’t start grooving when you hear it, what is wrong with you?

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