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Jun 29
2015

10 Best Stills From Justin Bieber & Jack U’s ‘Where Are U Now’ Video

Jun 29
2015

Dillon Francis Reveals First Single From New EP, ‘This Mixtape Is Fire’

Dillon Francis has finally revealed the details for his hotly anticipated moombahton EP.

The forthcoming EP, hilariously titled This Mixtape is Fire, will be released Aug. 14 and will feature seven tracks, including collaborations with Calvin Harris, Skrillex, and Chromeo, among others. Dillon also revealed the EP's first single, Bruk Bruk (I Need Your Lovin), a hard-hitting yet uplifting moombah monster that includes everything that made you fall in love with DF when he first broke onto the scene. He teased the song during his performance at Lollapalooza Chile in March, and now we've got the full thing--192 seconds of hot fire.

Check out the full tracklist below. Pre-order the EP on iTunes here and instantly pick up Bruk Bruk (I Need Your Lovin).

1. Dillon Francis – Bruk Bruk (I Need Your Lovin)
2. Dillon Francis & Calvin Harris – What's Your Name
3. Dillon Francis & Skrillex – Bun Up the Dance
4. Dillon Francis & Bro Safari – Pull It
5. Dillon Francis feat. James Hersey – Coming Over
6. Dillon Francis feat Chromeo – Lies
7. Dillon Francis – I Can't Take It (Party Favor Remix)
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Dillon Francis - Bruk Bruk (I Need Your Lovin) (Original Mix) [Columbia]
Jun 29
2015

Marshmello Wants You To ‘KnOw ME’

Marshmello's latest track Know Me at least suggests that the most-known unknown producer of the moment has a good sense of humor about Skrillex possibly revealing his identity to Yahoo's Katie Couric. But mystery or no mystery, Marshmello is a name on the rise. ​

Future bass grooves and swinging trap breaks define the enigmatic act's production. The voice of Houston rapper Paul Wall from Mike Jones' 2005 hit single Still Tippin' is the vocal sample on the track, and it definitely feels as though it's ideally suited for peak hour club play, too. ​

Download this one here.
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Marshmello - KnOw ME (Original Mix) [Free Download]
Jun 29
2015

PREMIERE: Saint Motel – My Type (The Floozies Remix) [Warner]

We've all heard Saint Motel's exceptionally catchy My Type, but now is the time to hear it in a whole new light, a light that can be shined by none other than the brilliant production/live duo, The Floozies. Today, LessThan3 is proud to host your exclusive premiere of My Type re-imagined by our favorite Kansas-based funk masters.

If you're a fan of the original and feeling uneasy about this transition, we can assure you that The Floozies has retained (most of) the original track's distinguishable saxophone melody that we all know and love. Everything else, however, has been turned upside down in signature Floozies style. With an irresistible medley of talkbox vocals, groovy electronic synths, and steady breakbeats, The Floozies have transformed Saint Motel's indie-pop anthem into a funk lover's dream. This rendition adds a whole new element to the already-stacked My Type remix package, with previously released cuts from KANT, Marshall F, and Endor.

The Floozies' snazzy edit of My Type will be released on June 30--stay tuned via Saint Motel's iTunes here. Also, be sure to catch Saint Motel when they join Walk The Moon in select cities on their Talking Is Hard fall tour.

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Saint Motel - My Type (The Floozies Remix) [Warner]
Jun 29
2015

New Daft Punk Documentary ‘Daft Punk Unchained’ Premieres

Hotly anticipated since it was announced, Hervé Martin Delpierre and Marina Rozenman's BBC Worldwide France documentary on Daft Punk, Daft Punk Unchained premiered on French channel Canal+ on June 24. ​

Now available as a ripped, streaming video, the film features a slew of celebrities, including Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Giorgio Moroder, and Skrillex, and includes rare footage of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter. ​

Watch the full documentary down below. For more information, visit Canal+'s special website here. If not a French language reader, translation for the site is required.