After a year of patiently waiting, it’s finally here, ninjas…EDC Las Vegas. Not only does that give you every reason to dance your butt of to some dirty beats, but it also means you don’t have to leave home if you were unable to attend this years festivities, Don’t worry because we got you covered today!
As the ninjas rally it up this weekend in Vegas, we hope that you still manage to get silly whether you’re attending EDC in person or enjoying the love stream in the comfort of your own living room.
As always, stay classy ninjas and remember to #danceirresponsibly
Astronomar & Kid Kamillion
Bro Safari x UFO! x Beauty Brain
Ping Pong (Night Crime VIP Edit)
#Selfie (Botnek Remix)(Lookas Trap Edit)
Dimitri Vegas, Martin Garrix, Like Mike
Tremor (VINNIE Bootleg)
Revolusion (ƱZ Remix)
Afterlight (LeKtriQue Remix)
Last Train to Paradise ( LUZCID Remix )
#02 Throwing Shapes x Music Ninja Artist Mix
Oh snap, ninjas. We’re back at it again, bringing you our second installment of our tag-team podcast with Throwing Shapes. This time around, we’re featuring Londoner Tisoki.
This young, up-and-coming baron of bass has dialed up a tasty mix for your listening pleasure, rife with disgusting levels of bass, a few unreleased tunes, and a bevy of top notch tracks from some other well-respected names in the industry.
Press play and get ready for a ride.
Tisoki – Intro x ??
Tisoki – Alien Twerk Dub x Alien Twerk Dub VIP
Bonobo – Eyesdown (Tisoki Remix)
??? – ???
Tisoki ft. Frilla – Sneaky
Boy Kid Cloud – Finally
Destroid – Wasteland (Barely Alive Remix)
Duck Sauce – NRG (Skrill x KTN x Milo & Otis RMX) (Tisoki Flip)
Must Die! – Lazy (Grabbitz Remix)
Tisoki – Restart x Tisoki – Sky Child
?? – ?? (Tisoki Remix)
Tisoki – Flight
Tisoki x Upgrade – Underground
Tisoki – Isolation’
Against The Night (BLVCK CEILING Remix)
There’s something dark brewing up in the pacific northwest, and it goes by the name of BLVCK CEILING. If there was ever any doubt that the occvlt was alive and well, one listen through this remix will prove otherwise.
Tackling a quirky tune from New England electronic R&B outfit Child Actor, this up-and-coming producer has paid proper tribute to the original by harnessing essential ingredients from this duo that so often flips the bird to genres. Maintaining the original haunting, Tim Burton-esque melody, BLVCK CEILING has dialed this lead single up with some bangin’ percussion work and dark, ominous synths. Couple those in with some trap-style rolling hi-hats, and this remix has a vibe all its own, while still giving the listener plenty to latch onto from the original.
Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over the past year. We know you’ve have some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:
- Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
- Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)
- This deal is only valid for Thursday and Friday night’s shows. If you wanna peep Booka Shade, you’re going to have to buy tickets.
That’s it! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Head to Beta and see for yourself.
Blasterjaxx - June 19th
Jack Eye Jones
Far East (Blasterjaxx Remix)
Eskimo (DJ Set) - June 20th
Push And Pull 2013 (Free download)
Booka Shade - June 14th
Love Drug feat. Fritz Helder (Bookas Red Light Mix)
Crime (DYNOHUNTER Remix)
Livetronic trio DYNOHUNTER are following the footsteps of numerous other notable electronic musicians from their hometown of Boulder, Colorado, and they’re doing it in a big way. Combining pristine production, soulful sax, live drumming, and heavy electric bass, these boys are doing the Centennial State proud.
With their latest release, we’re offered up a groovy interpretation of Mayer Hawethorne and Kendrick Lamar’s vibe-heavy song, “Crime.” Orchestrating a luscious soundscape, this party song is given a new identity, complete with a smooth bassline, gorgeous melodies, and top notch sampling. What could possibly make this track any better? The fact that it’s available as a free download on their Soundcloud page.
If you happen to be heading out to Sonic Bloom this weekend, make sure to swing by and catch Clark Smith (Sax/Production), Justin Ehmer (Drums), and Fred Reisen (Bass/Synth) live. We promise you won’t be disappointed.
Taking You With Me
Get ready to go on a ride, because Oslo based Kid Astray are taking you with them. Comprised of six childhood friends from the land of the midnight sun, this indie synth-pop act has created a remarkably memorable tune that is sure to carry you through the summer months with ease.
Made up of an eclectic bunch, including a Vogue cover model, a junior golf champion, and a Chinese/Norwegian piano virtuoso, this sextuplet has a sound that flirts effortless between classic 80′s synth pop and contemporary gold. Displayed by this premiere of “Taking You With Me”, we’re shown a love-laced journey driven by a repitious melody and a downright catchy hook.
Coming off their second EP, (due out June 23, 2014 via Cosmos) this title track boasts influences ranging from M83 to Pet Shop Boys, which will surely going to take the blogosphere by storm. Hopefully we’ll see them come through the states full swing for 2015′s festival season.
If You Ever Want To Be In Love
We’ve had James Bay on our radar since last year, covering “Move Together,” a song dripping with soulful cadence and raw emotions. Fast forward a year and a few months, we had the pleasure of writing up this ahead-of-his-time vocalist’s most recent release, “If You Ever Want to Be in Love.”
Carried by the backbone of a booming piano melody, this beautifully produced, heartfelt single off of the Let It Go EP possesses an undeniable charm that carries across generations of music lovers effortlessly. While the instrumentals are second to none, they are elevated to an entirely different level with the raspy yet refined vocals of Mr. Bay.
One would be crazy to argue against that last point, especially when given the opportunity to watch this acoustic version. Coupled only with a guitar, we find the inescapable raw captivation displayed right in front of our eyes, leaving us only one option: swoon.