Majestic – Hard (Dub)

Majestic – Hard (Dub)

Majestic & Jungle70 Unveil Official Video to ‘Creeping In The Dark’ – remixed by Armand van Helden

Ahead of the forthcoming release of Armand van Helden’s remix of ‘Creeping In The Dark’ on January 18th, Majestic and Jungle70 have unveiled the official video to the single. Completely CGI-animated – an element that brings mysterious lyricist Jungle70 to life in full android form – the video feeds into the buzz already surrounding the single and taps into the 90s analogue, throwback sensibility of van Helden’s rework. Meticulously designed and a long time in development, the video also visually showcases the fine-tuned relationship between beat and emcee for the first time, as well as displaying Majestic’s flair for production.

With remixes from Grant Nelson and DJ Zinc & Colin Francis also enjoying plenty of rotation, ‘Creeping In The Dark’ is already starting to gather the sort of momentum to suggest it’ll be a single to keep a firm eye on in the new year.

About Majestic

As an iconic MC and host, Majestic has played a pivotal role in the expansion of London-centric dance music culture and, through lending his vocals to a slew of garage, house and grime classics over the years, has remained a defining voice of his generation. Having recently worked with the likes of DJ EZ, Skream, Mosca and even Laidback Luke, as well as working on his own original productions including forthcoming single ‘Creeping In The Dark’, Majestic now also hosts a definitive, three-hour show on Kiss FM every Thursday night.

About Jungle70

Jungle70 is a CGI-animated droid who spits lyrics with a flow as razor sharp as his knowledge of dance culture. Jungle 70 – or J70 to those close – is also the leader of a futuristic crew known as SBTX. Programmed to specialise in urban street-style art forms, its Gorillaz meets The Terminator with bass & beats from the underground.

Stream a Grant Nelson Remix of Majestic & Jungle 70’s ‘Creeping In The Dark’

Ahead of a forthcoming release via MistaJam’s Speakerbox imprint & Public Demand Records, Majestic has announced new single ‘Creeping In The Dark’, complete with an excellent new mix from legendary ‘Nice ’N Ripe’ label head Grant Nelson.

With the bouncy, peaktime flow of Majestic’s original mix having already made a notable impression since first surfacing in 2013, mysterious, CGI-animated lyricist Jungle 70 provides a textbook garage flow that feels just as measured and potent over Nelson’s freshly-cut rework. Opening his edit with a string-led intro before deploying rumbling, warehouse-ready bass licks and added vocoder FX, Nelson adds a welcome old-school twist to Majestic’s original mix.

With a further mix from Armand van Helden acknowledging that whilst ‘Creeping In The Dark’ retains a distinctly UK accent, it’s reach is now definitively global, Nelson ultimately joins the dots between the formation and subsequent evolution of the UK garage sound.

About Majestic

As an iconic MC and host, Majestic has played a pivotal role in the expansion of London-centric dance music culture and, through lending his vocals to a slew of garage, house and grime classics over the years, has remained a defining voice of his generation. Having recently worked with the likes of DJ EZ, Skream, Mosca and even Laidback Luke, as well as working on his own original productions including forthcoming single ‘Creeping In The Dark’, Majestic now also hosts a definitive, three-hour show on Kiss FM every Thursday night.

About Jungle 70

Jungle 70 is a CGI-animated droid who spits lyrics with a flow as razor sharp as his knowledge of dance culture. Jungle 70 – or J70 to those close – is also the leader of a futuristic crew known as SBTX. Programmed to specialise in urban street-style art forms, its Gorillaz meets The Terminator with bass & beats from the underground. The forthcoming video to ‘Creeping In The Dark’ will no doubt reveal all..

Feed Me & Kill The Noise – Far Away (Original Mix)

Stream an Armand van Helden Remix of Majestic’s ‘Creeping In The Dark’

Ahead of a forthcoming release via MistaJam’s Speakerbox imprint & Public Demand Records, Majestic has announced new single ‘Creeping In The Dark’, complete with an excellent new mix from Armand van Helden.

With the bouncy, peaktime flow of Majestic’s original mix having already made a notable impression since first surfacing in 2013, mysterious, CGI-animated lyricist Jungle 70 provides a textbook garage flow that feels just as measured and potent over van Helden’s freshly-cut rework. Flipping the original on it’s head, he gives ‘Creeping In The Dark’ a classic 90‘s twist with big-room, metallic synth-lines and a charging new sense of rhythm and swing.

Adding an entirely new dance floor take to Majestic’s original cut, van Helden’s remix acknowledges that whilst ‘Creeping In The Dark’ retains a distinctly UK accent, it’s reach is now definitively global.

About Majestic

As an iconic MC and host, Majestic has played a pivotal role in the expansion of London-centric dance music culture and, through lending his vocals to a slew of garage, house and grime classics over the years, has remained a defining voice of his generation. Having recently worked with the likes of DJ EZ, Skream, Mosca and even Laidback Luke, as well as working on his own original productions including forthcoming single ‘Creeping In The Dark’, Majestic now also hosts a definitive, three-hour show on Kiss FM every Thursday night.

About Jungle 70

Jungle 70 is a CGI-animated droid who spits lyrics with a flow as razor sharp as his knowledge of dance culture. Jungle 70 – or J70 to those close – is also the leader of a futuristic crew known as SBTX. Programmed to specialise in urban street-style art forms, its Gorillaz meets The Terminator with bass & beats from the underground. The forthcoming video to ‘Creeping In The Dark’ will no doubt reveal all..

Majestic Casual – Chapter I – YouTube channel success story of 2013 releases debut album

40 tracks including Ellie Goulding, Flume, Pedestrian, The xx, Goldroom, AlunaGeorge, SBTRKT, Chris Malinchak, Bondax, Disclosure, Nosaj Thing, Friendly Fires, Jessie Ware and more.

The YouTube channel success story of 2013, Majestic Casual, releases debut album

Music discovery has traditionally been dominated by DJ culture, a privileged group of individuals with the power to break records, artists and new scenes, and while that dominance still remains, today’s deeply connected digital world has led to the emergence of ‘bedroom tastemakers’, a growing band of YouTube channels and individuals with the power to influence millions. At the forefront is Majestic Casual, part of the elite league of YouTube music channels with over a million subscribers… And counting.

Founded in 2012 by 21-year old Nick (in his bedroom in Stuttgart, Germany), Majestic Casual was inspired by a passion for discovering and sharing new music talent. The past 18 months has seen Majestic Casual grow into a worldwide phenomenon. This album, Majestic Casual Chapter I, provides a snapshot of this success, with an extensive 40-track adventure into electronic music’s most beautiful outer reaches.

Majestic Casual is the only place online where artists like Redlight, Classix, Bondax and Tensnake could rub shoulders with the likes of Toro Y Moi, Flume, Goldroom and Ellie Goulding… And do so with such smooth, soothing consistency and distinctive imagery. This fusion of finely groomed sounds and well-selected photography instantly resonated with YouTube viewers, striking chords with fans across the globe at a rapid rate.

Free from the stuffy constraints of genre, Majestic’s selection process is simple: emotive, soulful and spellbinding music. No other rules or agenda apply. Tailored to accompany all of life’s journeys, this is the perfect soundtrack to anything from road trips to reality trips via far-away daydreams and nocturnal narratives…

From its Stuttgart headquarters, Majestic enjoys a unique viewpoint of the musical world. Not wrapped up in any particular city scene, the channel takes influence from every global corner without prejudice or blinkers. Engaging fans the world over, Majestic Casual’s fusion of sound and vision has inspired a unique and ongoing dialogue amongst its community.

Mike Danis – Majestic

Mike Danis is back on Enhanced Progressive with his brand new release hot from the studio!

Like all Mike Danis productions, ‘Majestic’ is deep and punchy from the outset and perfectly balanced between Progressive and Trance. At the breakdown, Majestic‘s epic melody reaches a soaring climax, backed by relentless drum rolls and snare hits before a huge melodic drop – making this a track that’s perfect for any peak time club set.

With support from Armin van Buuren on ASOT, this is a must have release from Mike Danis!

Please visit the download page by clicking one of the tracks below and please be sure to complete the feedback form to ensure you continue to receive further promotional downloads.

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March 28, 2013 – KEEN – USC Graduation Party @ Supperclub Hollywood – 03 28 13 – [Club]

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1 Chuckie & Junxterjack – Make Some Noise (Deorro Remix)
2 Showtek – Slow down (First Version)
3 Kaskade feat. Haley – Llove (Dada Life Remix)
4 Alvaro & Mercer feat. Lil Jon – Welcome To The Jungle (Original Mix)
5 Lil Jon feat. LMFAO – Drink (Ralvero Remix)
6 Laidback Luke Ft Majestic – Pogo (Dub Mix)
7 Zedd Ft. Matthew Koma – Spectrum (Deniz Koyu Remix)
8 Alvaro – Make Me Jump (Original Mix)
9 Michael Calfan – Resurrection (Axwell’s Recut Club Version)
10 Swedish House Mafia Vs Knife Party – Antidote (Original Mix)
11 Shermanology & R3hab – Living 4 The City (Original Mix)
12 Carl Tricks – Mad Dash (Bingo Players Edit)
13 Usher – Scream (R3hab Remix)
14 Sander Van Doorn & Julian Jordan – Kangaroo (Original Mix)
15 Swedish House Mafia ft Tinie Tempah – Miami 2 Ibiza (Intro)
16 Mick Kastenholt & Andrew Dee – One Two Fuck You (Original Mix)
17 Tiesto & Showtek – Hell Yeah! (Original Mix)
18 Huseman – Ultra (Original Mix)
19 Calvin Harris vs. R3hab vs. Nero – Awooga Night In Promises (KEEN Kashup)
20 Skrillex vs. Zedd vs. Dada Life vs. Sandro Silva & Quintino vs. Otto Knows – Breakn’ A Sweat EPIC Motherfucker (KEEN Kashup)
21 Daft Punk Around The World (Acapella)
22 Alesso vs. Zombie Nation – Raise Your Kernkraft Head (KEEN Kashup)
23 Showtek & Justin Prime – Cannonball (Original Mix)
24 W&W & Ummet Ozcan – The Code (Original Mix)
25 W&W & Ummet Ozcan – The Code (Psychic Type Remix)
26 Marcel Woods & W&W – Trigger (Original Mix)
27 Zedd feat. Foxes – Clarity (Swanky Tunes Remix)
28 Hard Rock Sofa & Swanky Tunes vs. Fedde Le Grand & Nicky Romero Feat. Matthew Koma vs. Ellie Goulding – Here We Sparks Lights (KEEN Kashup)
29 R3hab vs Denis Naidanow ft. Juan Maga & Lil Jon – Shuri Shuri (R3hab Remix)
30 Calvin Harris feat. Example – We’ll Be Coming Back (Michael Woods Remix)
31 Benny Benassi ft Gary Go – Close To Me (R3hab Remix)
32 Bingo Players – Rattle (Original Mix)
33 Will Sparks – Ah Yeah (TJR Edit)
34 Alex Kenji & Starkillers feat. Nadia Ali vs. Hardwell & Showtek – How We Pressure (KEEN Kashup)
35 Danny Avila – Breaking Your Fall (Original Mix)
36 Starkillers, Dmitry KO & Amba Shepherd – Let The Love (Original Mix)

Laidback Luke ft. Majestic – Pogo (Chuckie ‘Aruba’ Remix)