Winter weather is right around the corner, which means it’s go time. You only have a few, fleeting months left of fall, before the white stuff starts barreling down. With that in mind, we strongly encourage you to get out of the house this weekend and head down to Beta Nightclub to check out another stacked weekend of beats.
Per usual, we’re making it incredibly easy for you to get off your couch and head down. Why’s that? Because we’re hooking you up with free entry.
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11pm on Friday and Saturday. Get there before 9:00 on Sunday
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only).
– The deal is valid for SATURDAY & SUNDAY this week.
Benny Benassi - 10/27
’Tiga – Make Me Fall In Love (Benny Benassi Remix)’
LEViT∆TE. is back at it with the second episode of his album unveiling. Mecca is due out in full on November 7th, but during the weeks prior we get our hands on a few new singles. Last week episode one came out, so if you missed that, be sure to check it after you run through the current episode below.
The next batch of three tracks may even be more impressive than the first, which is hard to top. LEViT∆TE. doesn’t hold back any time he gets into the studio. Not only is he a unique creator, but his technical abilities when it comes to producing are just insane. How he manages to get things sounding so nasty, yet so clean is far beyond me. Just take the first track “RED” as an example. Every sound feels so saturated, giving it that exciting edge that is almost exclusive to his music, yet it’s not abrasive in the slightest for this type of music.
With “Run” you get that same edge, but it is applied to a more twerk-friendly composition. Lastly, we have “Act 2” featuring Zuse. This two part trap heater is more than a single, it’s a journey within itself. As it was with episode one, all tracks from this group are currently available for free through the individual players.
From the first time I heard Said The Sky, I was instantly in love. His work was beyond incredible, and I needed more. Since then, he’s released plenty of tunes to satisfy my desire. His latest tunes are conjuring up those same feelings to many new listeners. Why? Because they’re some of the biggest collaborations an up and comer can partake in.
Said The Sky’s most recent collaboration was with the one and only 3lau on “Fire” that also features NÉONHÈART. Although Soundcloud only has a preview of the emotive tune, that’s all you need to feel just how powerfully moving this record is.
Before this immense single dropped, Said The Sky released “Rush Over Me” with our current artist of the month Seven Lions, as well as one of our personal favorites, Illenium. “Rush Over Me” quickly became a huge hit, garnering over one million streams on Soundcloud alone. Said The Sky wasn’t the only one to make these two records, but every time he gets his hands on a project, something special happens. If you’re not on board already, now is the time to hop on.
Music and recap videos have steadily becoming stale in the dance music arena. Despite that, French artist Christine’s music video is anything but stale. The fresh feature for the single “Drama” featuring rap veteran T La Rock is both electrifying and nostalgic.
Although the video takes influenced from classic cop/detective films, the stylized tone of the video is completely new age. The mix goes nicely together, especially in conjunction with the melding of musical tastes, both old and new. We get a bit of the 80’s hip-hop vibe twisted in with the French electro sound. While Christine’s bustling beats are grooving along, your eyes get to enjoy a dancing detective whose moves are quite infectious. You may not bust out some break dance moves, but you surely will have the urge.
What do you get when you combine the best aspects of dancehall, electronic music, and R&B? There’s no punchline (not that it was a joke in the first place), but Zuma‘s newest song fits that description exactly. Enlisting the vocals of Lenis Kim and YNGDRGN, Zuma has crafted an incredibly smooth and wavy original that’s primed and ready for your evening enjoyment. From Lenis’ sultry delivery to YNGDRGN’s undeniable sense of swagger, every element of “Ruby” is an essential contribution.
Zuma has no problem sharing the spotlight with his promising features, and he’s scaled back on his normal complexities in his production to allow for these two to do their thing to the fullest. The whole tone of this song is erupting with sensuality, and we can pretty much guarantee it’ll find its own special place in your late night playlists. If that sort of thing isn’t on the to-do list and you’re just looking to chill, “Ruby” is still a great listen for that too. Give it a spin tonight, and don’t miss out on the free download HERE.
In a little under three years, Australian wunderkind producer Hayden James has ushered in an entire new wave of listeners into the electronic music arena. When we first heard Hayden James‘ debut single “Permission to Love” on tastemaking imprint Future Classic three years ago, we had a feeling the up ‘n comer was onto something special. After a string of incredibly well received releases including an excellent self-titled EP, and two of the more viral singles we’ve seen in years in “Something About You” & “Just A Lover”, Hayden James is poised to tackle yet another lengthy live tour, and we couldn’t be more excited to help bring his house-leaning, groove-driven sound to Denver this Saturday at the Larimer Lounge.
There are a few rules, of course:
– The event is 18+. So, be of age, and be sure to tell all of your friends to enter in order to increase chance of winning!
– You are responsible for your own transportation.
– You must bring a valid form of ID to pick up your tickets at the Larimer Lounge door.
Check out our preview playlist, start commenting below, and best of luck ninjas!
PRMD Music has just started something really cool with their imprint. Recently the independent label started their PRMD DSCVR, a new initiative that will showcase some of the best, and most creative up and coming artists. They’re already on their second release with White Cliffs collaboration with Hugh EP on “Come Here.”
If all the parties involved were going for innovation, they certainly got it right with this original. No specific genre comes to mind when you’re listening to it. It’s just one of those tracks that is just good music, plain and simple. “Come Here” is a cool, crisp production that doesn’t get too wild or crazy. It plays to its tasteful sensibilities, making it an incredibly memorable track that you don’t want to just listen to once, or twice; rather, you’ll be coming back again and again to this one, replaying it over. White Cliffs and Hugh EP really did something special here.