[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 7/2 – 7/4


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)
– Secret Ninja Pass is valid for ONLY Friday and Saturday shows

Arty - 7/2
Rain Man / Ghastly - 7/3
Rain Man
Make The Fire Burn
Dubfire - 6/27
Dubfire & Oliver Huntemann – Elements Series IV: Agua (feat. Xenia Beliayeva)
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[Breakbeat/House] Stranger – At Night EP


Back in May we got “Shake Dat,” but now the full At Night EP is here. Stranger, whose identity has still remained in the shadows, brings four tracks, two of which are collaborations and two that are solo. Both “Feel Like” and “Shake Dat” were pushed as singles prior to the EP release, but each differ stylistically. The former focuses more on bringing the bass to a four-to-the-floor beat, whereas the next kicks things into the breakbeat grooves. Next come the collaborations with Frank Royal and Sing Sing. “Get It” is a techy haze of sounds that embody the underground, minimal style. Possibly the most funky track, “Yung Seal” closes things out in a wonky manner, reminding us all to have some damn fun! After all, it is dance music. You can grab a free download here.

Feel Like
Shake Dat
Stranger & Frank Royal
Get It
Stranger & Sing Sing
Yung Seal
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[House/Breaks] Pegboard Nerds – Swamp Thing

Pegboard Nerds
Pegboard Nerds
Swamp Thing

Monstercat is home to many acts, with one of those being Pegboard Nerds, who might just be the biggest on the roster. The duo keep things interesting by delving into various genres, and with their newest track “Swamp Thing” they take things to a whole new level. There are songs out there who take the route of cutting time to go from house to trap, but that wasn’t enough for this monster. The nerds do that, yes, but they also bring us some quality breakbeat action on top that makes this record one explosive piece of work. “Swamp Thing” is one of the quirkiest things you’re going to hear, and you are going to love it just as much as we do; we’re sure of it. iTunes currently has the record available for you to purchase. Just like Shia says, just do it!

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[Electronic] DIVERSA – Of The Mysterious Voice (EP Review)


Among the countless electronic music producers of today, music fans repeatedly encounter artists lending styles to and from one another. From the massive build up and drops of major EDM artists, to the ever growing adaptation of future bass by up and coming artists, setting oneself apart as a musician is arguably more difficult now than ever.

Thanks to a multitude of recent releases by Daktyl`, Skrux, and Obesøn, listeners have grown accustomed to high quality, genre blending music from the successful Hegemon label, pushing an already progressive-thinking music scene further. Last week we were unexpectedly graced with the release of fellow Hegemon label mate Diversa’s latest EP, “Of the Mysterious Voice”.

The five track EP, released via his newly minted affiliation in London-based Inspected (home to talented artists Gemini and Zeds Dead) is a beautiful, thought-provoking collection of tunes loosely termed as drum and bass. Continue reading

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 150)


Has anyone been here getting crunk since the beginning? If you have, we love you; if you haven’t, we still love you. Our 150th installment of the Friday Party Playlist is here. Crack open your favorite drink, turn up the volume and let loose to the twelve singles we have for you. Once you’re done raging to tracks from Choppa Dunks, Pusher, Bad Cahtolics, Milk & Cookies and R.O., you get a Red Bull mix from the one and only Krafty Kuts. All are free, and all are juicy bangers ranging from trap to drum & bass. Digest your fill, grab the downloads and enjoy yourself over the weekend. #danceirresponsibly

Goshfather & Jinco ✖ Choppa Dunks
Styles&Complete + Nathaniel Knows+ Cuzzins Ft. Crichy Crich
Kevin Bacon (Bad Catholics Remix)
Skurt Reynolds (Zhomek Remix)
Damn Dan & MMK
ALKAM (Original Mix)
Ariana Grande
One Last Time (Plaz Remix)
Milk N Cookies
Funky Johns Musical Summercamp Massage Chairs
Ummet Ozcan
Smash! (TRVESO Bootleg)
Tristam x Karma Fields
Build The Cities (Bassthunder 1M Plays DnB Edit)
Interstellar (Free Download)
Krafty Kuts
Red Bull Thre3style Mix Only (Free Download)
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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 149)


It’s time, time to get crunk! The Ninjas are back again with yet another installment of the Friday Party Playlist which is just one week away from celebrating its 150th episode. Today, we present to you a total of thirteen products: twelve free tracks, plus a bonus mix from Dani Deahl to give you all some extra music to take home with you. Go out tonight and enjoy having great times with your friends or family. Bring these tunes with you to max out the fun, and don’t forget to download the ones you dig. And remember, #danceirresponsibly.

Our Time
CMON (with Downlowd)
Bad Royale
Drop Di Bomb (feat. The Kemist)
Biggie Bounce (G
King Peanuts x Juke Ellington
Prismo X High Zombie
Juiced (High Zombie VIP)
Jam Aunni
50 Shades Of Bass (Ft. LiHot)
Mozaic (Original Mix)
Dayo (Twerk Señora)
Michael Phase
The Finale (Free Download)
Fabian Mazur
Murda Me (VIP)
Drop Top (Original Mix)
Come Alive


Dani Deahl
SAMF 2015 Exclusive Mix #6: Dani Deahl
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[Secret Ninja Pass] Beta’s 7 Year Anniversary Weekend 5/21-5/25


So many amazing DJs. So many memorable sets. So many late nights. So many mornings with sore legs and a mild hangover. Looking back, it’s hard to remember exactly how many shows we’ve been to at this storied Denver nightclub, but we know it’s been a lot. This weekend will help put that into perspective, as Beta celebrates its 7th anniversary.

In true Beta fashion, they’re doing things big. How big? Try five days of events. That’s right, tonight through Monday, you have five can’t miss shows to hit. Luckily for you, we can get you into a few of them for free.

– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)
– Deal is valid for Friday, Saturday and Sunday only.

Fedde Le Grand - May 21

Subfocus - May 22

Simon Shackleton - May 23

Joris Voorn - May 24

Feed Me - May 25

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