TJR Drops Hard House Track, ‘Feel My Bass’


TJR at The Grand in Boston. (Credit: Daniel Mateus)

TJR has dropped an unreleased demo of a hard house track called “Feel My Bass.” The song, which has a BPM of 150, samples Hocus Pocus’ 1992 single, “Bow Chi Bow.”

“I started this demo last year but never finished it,” TJR wrote on Instagram. “[It] Only has 1 drop but who plays 2 drops anymore in edm, so I decided to give away for free.”

Listen below and download on DJcity.

Related: TJR and Reece Low Enlist Fatman Scoop for Party Anthem, ‘Check This’

TJR and Reece Low Enlist Fatman Scoop for Party Anthem, ‘Check This’

TJR at Pure Nightclub in San Jose, CA / Thomas Blase

Bounce master TJR and Australia’s Reece Low have enlisted Fatman Scoop for a high-energy party anthem, “Check This.” Spinnin’ Records calls it a “rollercoaster ride of a track,” as it contains both electro house and trap sections. The label released the track on Friday along with an accompanying video.

Stream “Check This” below and download it on DJcity.

Related: TJR Discusses His Approach to DJing

TJR Discusses His Approach to DJing


TJR performs at the Something Wonderful festival in Dallas. (photo credit: Elemen†)

TJR discussed his approach to DJing in a recent interview with SFX-owned event production company Disco Donnie.

“I don’t play with a planned set,” the Connecticut native said. “I do have some areas in my sets [that are routines] so I kinda know ahead of time in those little areas. But it’s about simplifying.”

TJR also talked about which equipment he uses and how he uses it.

“I like to try and use as much of the technology as possible, and a lot of that just comes from learning on vinyl,” he said. “That’s why I don’t use a computer. I just try and use what’s available on the CDJ [and] what’s available on the mixer.”

Watch below.

Related: TJR Remixes Pitbull’s ‘Greenlight’ (Premiere)

Premiere: TJR Remixes Pitbull’s ‘Greenlight’

TJR performs in Osaka, Japan. (source: Facebook)

In 2012, Pitbull and TJR teamed up for the bounced-influenced hit, “Don’t Stop the Party.” The single went double platinum in the US and peaked at number 17 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

Today, TJR has returned with an official remix of Pit’s funky new single, “Greenlight,” featuring Flo Rida and LunchMoney Lewis. The new version marks a change in TJR’s direction, as the production style is more future house than bounce. The result, however, is just as potent.

Stream the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

Related: Pitbull Drops New Single ‘Greenlight’ Ft. Flo Rida & LunchMoney Lewis

DJ Ken Scratches Over TJR’s ‘We Wanna Party’ and Yellow Claw’s ‘DJ Turn It Up’

DJ Ken

DJ Ken, a former two-time DMC Malaysia Champion, scratches over TJR and Savage‘s “We Wanna Party” and Yellow Claw‘s “DJ Turn It Up” in a new routine for DJcityTV. Ken is a mixer on Malaysian mix shows Club Hitz on HITZ FM and My Now Music on MY FM.

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Related: TJR Drops VIP Edit of ‘We Wanna Party’

Exclusive: TJR Drops VIP Edit of ‘We Wanna Party’

Bounce ambassador TJR just dropped an insane VIP edit of his new anthem, “We Wanna Party.” The original version, which features New Zealand rapper Savage, has received over half a million SoundCloud plays since February. TJR’s edit, or more accurately, remix, contains elements of breakbeat, hardstyle, and trap, making the energetic song even more intense.
Stream the VIP below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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