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NGHTMRE Releases “Get Back” On Mad Decent


It seems that NGHTMRE just cannot be stopped, but then again, why would we ever want him to? Whether it be news of a tour, a new track, a new mix, or even more so, his highly anticipated EP, Tyler Marenyi, known better by his stage name, NGHTMRE, is keeping himself (and fans) busy in 2016.

Despite currently being on his LIGHTERS UP tour, NGHTMRE has hardly let that stop him from releasing new music. He most recently released his Triple J mix-up and two songs from his forthcoming EP, but NGHTMRE has once again provided fans with something new to enjoy. Today, finally, after several previews on his social media sites, NGHTMRE releases “Get Back” on Mad Decent. Check it out below.


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A NGHTMRE On Trap Street


It’s no secret that NGHTMRE (Tyler Marenyi) is one of EDM’s hottest new artists. NGHTMRE integrates a mix of house, trap, dubstep and hip hop to create an intoxicating multi-genre sound that intrigues all of the electronic music community. He has created a variety of projects, introducing some of the hottest tracks, remixes and collaborations in the scene today. His original track, Street (featured below), is arguably the trap soundtrack for 2015 and gained him the spotlight he has today.

Skrillex dropped NGHTMRE’s “STREET” (then unreleased) during his headlining set at ULTRA in March of 2015, which sparked immense interest among the electronic community. With momentum following Skrillex’s support, NGHTMRE quickly dominated the scene performing at almost every major North American festival and headlining shows worldwide. His efforts didn’t stop there though; despite his busy tour schedule, NGHTMRE continued to produce track after track, each original with their own melodic style. In October of 2015 he released his debut EP, Nuclear Bonds, featuring SLANDER as a collaboration on most of the tracks. Check it out here:

On top of pioneering his unique sound, NGHTMRE has collaborated with and remixed some of EDM’s hottest artists to give fans even more to rant about. His collaboration with Flosstradamus, “LIGHTERS UP” has over 1 million plays on Soundcloud since its release in late November; and it doesn’t stop there, NGHTMRE continues to kill the game with his mind-shattering remixes of EDM’s most popular names and tracks. Here are three that you should definitely add to your playlist, if you haven’t already!

  1. Griz – Stop Trippin’ (NGHTMRE Remix)


  1. Major Lazer & DJ Snake – Lean On (NGHTMRE Remix)


  1. Elliphant feat. Skrillex – Only Getting Younger (NGHTMRE X Imanos Remix)

NGHTMRE’s resume is already impeccable and he is hardly finished. With such an astounding 2015 behind him, he is set to take on 2016 with his LIGHTERS UP Tour and the release of his new EP. While a date has not yet been determined for when the EP will release, NGHTMRE took to social media to let fans know it is coming. The posts, which can be viewed on his Facebook and Twitter, featured a photo of the track list with “NEW EP” typed across the photo.

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Whether the EP is finished or not, we don’t know, but what we do know is that the support and hype he has already received following the announcement is only further evidence that NGHTMRE’s future is bright.

NGHTMRE will be in Cincinnati at Mynt Cincinnati on Friday, January 22, 2016. Tickets are available here.

If Cincinnati isn’t your stop, be sure to check out the rest of his LIGHTERS UP tour dates on his Facebook page, available here.


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The Fetty Wap Songs You Haven’t Overplayed Yet


Headliner of the 14th installment of #Fest Fetty Wap has basically blown the air waves of every radio station and speakers out of all the clubs with arguably the most ubiquitous song of 2015 “Trap Queen”. He’s got that soda… but he’s also got an entire debut album full of hits. Here are some you may not have heard (or completely overplayed and ruined for yourself) yet.

#1. Trap Luv
A natural transition from loving his trap queen to loving the trap life in general. The simple yet effective bass chord progressions give “Trap Luv” an “Oh I’ve heard this before” sensibility.

#2. I’m Straight
Another smooth sampling of trap synth in “I’m Straight”, his flow is quicker than on other tracks but still provides that lack of annunciation we all know and love of the rapper.

#3. Let It Bang
Another catchy, melodic track off his debut album,”Let It Bang” doesn’t stray from the Fetty Wap appeal- that constant presence of the 808 bass and repetitive crooning with synthetic flair. His music is reliable and rolling without trying too hard.

#4. Handgun
The rapper just released a new single which is a significant departure from any of these tracks, though he did re-enlist the Remy Boyz (also on his chart-topping track “679”). Entitled “Handgun”, give this new track a listen below.

Fetty Wap’s self-titled, debut studio album hit the shelves in September and momentum for the 17 tracks has yet to let up. The album, which includes three extra tracks if you cough up the extra cash for the deluxe edition, is out via 300 Entertainment/RGF Productions.

A day after the release of this album, Fetty Wap was  injured while riding a motorcycle in his hometown of Patterson, New Jersey. A witness has said Fetty was trying to pass a vehicle in front of him and apparently didn’t see an oncoming car which hit him head on. Fetty is expected to make a full recovery after he spent a couple days in the hospital. Stream his entire debut album here.


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5 Tracks From NGHTMRE You Should Be Listening To Right Now


NGHTMRE has taken the dance music scene by storm this year. His signature bass style and intricate sound design have proven to be a recipe for success. He’s spent the better part of this year touring, and if you missed him at this year’s Haunted Fest you shouldn’t fret. NGHTMRE is coming to Sway in Columbus on January 21st, Mynt in Cincinnati on January 22nd, and Necto in Ann Arbor on January 26th (find your tickets here). Here’s five tracks that you should be listening to that’ll keep you hyped up until then:

5. Griz – Stop Trippin’ (NGHTMRE Remix)

Here’s a remix that NGHTMRE put out last month. The fusion of his signature sound with the funk that GriZ brings is a true match made in bass music heaven.


4. NGHTMRE & Boombox Cartel – Aftershock

Another newer one from NGHTMRE, “Aftershock” is a beautiful example of blending melody with intensity. Bass music has never sounded so elegant.


3. Flosstradamus & NGHTMRE – Lighters Up

NGHTMRE scored a big time hit with his collaboration with the trap gods that are Flosstradamus. This song is crazy. Enough said.


2. NGHTMRE & Slander – Gud Vibrations

“Gud Vibrations” was an instant classic. The Nuclear Bonds EP that NGHTMRE and Slander released was full of hits, and it was clear that both of these artists were going to go places.


1. NGHTMRE – Street (and Street VIP)

All I wanted for Christmas was new NGHTMRE, and new NGHTMRE was what I got. Street was NGHTMRE’s most highly anticipated release to date, and it received support from just about every DJ in the world. The VIP takes the original and adds a whole new flavor to it.

Remember, NGHTMRE will be in Columbus on January 21st, Cincinnati on January 22nd, and Ann Arbor on January 26th.

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Diplo, Schoolboy Q, Borgeous, iLoveMakkonnen, And More To Headline #FEST


Number Fest is back for its 13th and most exciting year to date

EDM and hip-hop fans rejoice as Diplo, Schoolboy Q, G-Eazy, Borgeous, Branchez, Lost Kings, iLoveMakonnen, DJ Sliink, and many more hit the stage of the nation’s largest college music festival this April 18th. Founder Dominic Petrozzi is very excited about this year’s event:

“#FEST 13th Edition is our most extensive festival billing in the event’s 10-plus year history. We are very excited to provide the collegiate market of the Midwest with a lineup that rivals some of today’s most popular music festivals in the United States, There is no collegiate experience quite like #FEST and we hope to only build on that reputation.”

Early Bird tickets sold out in record time this year. General admission starts at $40 and VIP at $65. Prices are subject to increase. Head to to purchase your tickets and lock in those bargain prices today. Event is 18+ and must be 21 years of age with valid ID to consume alcohol at our unique BYOB concert experience.

“Each year we continue to evolve this event with a greater emphasis on talent, production, safety and a sustainable festival environment. We are excited to be rolling out several new platforms, campaigns & festival amenities in addition to the highly anticipated lineup.” says Prime Social Group co-founder Zach Ruben.

This year #FEST introduces a second stage presented by the Ohio-based Animal x House. Use #13FEST on Twitter to stay up to date on the latest news concerning the festival. Follow #FEST on Instagram for an inside look at all of the craziness.

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