In a medley of atmospheric layering, scrupulous drum work and ethereal synths, this Chino Hills resident has the perfect soundtrack to your laid back Sunday afternoon. Teebs recently dropped this new tune, which has nostalgic Americana sampling, creating something that has both a classic feel and an all encompassing, modern electronica vibe.
Sunday is definitely a good day to unwind, and “View Point” will help you along the way.
NLMGT/The Lights Label
Where Did It Go
As you slowly pull yourself out of your alcohol-induced slumber, throw on this tune from Lapland’s upcoming album, and realize that your hangover isn’t all that bad. The dreamy vocals from Josh Mease (Lapland) will soothe that throbbing headache you acquired from last night’s charades.
Born in a tiny half-bedroom in Brooklyn, this introverted songwriter has one of our most anticipated albums coming out soon. While we wait with bated breath, we’ll gladly enjoy the third single, showcasing Mease’s artfully-minded take on crafting breathtaking tunes. Harnessing pop structures, his glorious voice, and synth styling from the 60′s and 70′s, this dreamboat of a tune caresses you into another world, lazily taking you for a melodically pleasing Sunday journey.
Sit back, and enjoy this peach of a tune. It’ll soothe everything that ails you this Sunday morning.
Pony (salute Remix)
Aww, yeah. This one goes out to all of you ninja lovers out there. We see you holding that special someone tight. This track is going out to you.
While that may have taken you back to an 8th grade mixer at a roller rink, we can assure you that this modern take on “Pony” is far from the pedestrian pop you once rolled around to. As you set your plans for tonight, make sure to throw this tune on when you get home. While the original was already a sultry tune in itself, this remix by salute boasts some dialed up, smooth bass lines that will set the tone real nice.
Get after it.
You feel that, ninjas? There’s something in the air. No, it’s not the bitter-ass cold weather. It’s not tax season. It’s the weekend, baby. It’s that time of the week when you can uncork, unwind, and just let it be.
Per usual, we’ve crafted a delectable collection of brand new tracks for you to enjoy, and they all happen to be free downloads. So press play, press download, take a drink, and most importantly: #danceirresponsibly.
All Deep Everything
Sultan & Ned Shepard ft Zella Day & Sam Martin
All These Roads (Xristo Remix)
Jauz x At Dawn We Rage
Proppa Demands (Original Mix)
Sevyn Streeter Feat. Chris Brown
It Wont Stop (Sevag Area
Big Sean feat. Ellie Goulding
You Dont Know (Gazzo Remix)
Still Believe (Avicii X Tritonal X Martin Garrix X Feri & Multi)
What You Do (Christina Aguilera X Alvaro & Joey Dale X John Dish)
Zartha (Original Mix)
Dark Horse (Ravi B. Bootleg)
Beware of the Boys (LooKas & D!RTY AUD!O Festival Re
Turn Down For What (Dotcoms Retwerk)
Alvaro & Joey dale
Ready for action ( Sikdope Trap Remix)
We Like To Party
Showtek (Elektrosex Retwerk)
KNAS (Dillon Francis Remix)
Not Giving In (Jontron Remix)
When Denver based Producer/DJ Jontron isn’t partnered with Dragon, playing one of Colorado’s numerous festivals, or opening for some of the biggest acts at Beta Nightclub, he’s busy making beats. This long-time Denver favorite recently sat down to put a deep house spin on Rudimental’s emotional drum n bass ballad, featuring John Newman and Alex Claire.
With a sultry deep house tempo, the horns and the repeating “Not Givin’ In” pay homage to the original, while taking on a groovy persona worthy of any dancefloor. In fact, we’re pretty sure you’ll catch this one at Beta sometime really soon.
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)
Who’s going to be lighting the decks up this week? Peep the killer talent below.
Dyro - February 6th
Youngsta. Truth. - February 7th
Truth Rinse FM Guestmix for Youngsta
17th September 2012
Tommy Lee and DJ Aero - Feb 1st
Optimize ft Tommy Lee and DJ Aero
There’s either something in the water or in the Whiz out in Philly. We’ve been seeing more and more impressive artists hailing from the City of Brotherly love, and we’re featuring one more that just popped up on our radar.
Corey Regensburg, who assumes the moniker Moon Bounce, is a self-described “warped electronic maestro”. Beat-smithing his sound from scratch, ensuring that it’s something truly his own, he avoids samples. His sound is born from styling of classic R&B and Hip Hop, yet is anything from what you’d come to expect.
Utilizing an avant-pop blend of soft yet assertive vocals, one can’t help but call on associations of James Blake and Nicolas Jaar. In the first single off his upcoming EP, Dress Rehearsal, “Shake” is crackling with organic electronic vigor. With rolling hi-hat hits, a unique spattering of bass hits layered underneath razor sharp synths, this track has us drooling for the rest of the EP.
Falling under the genre of “Mutant RnB,” this aptly labeled EP will be dropping on 2/25 via Grind Select. We highly suggest you pick it up.