[Event Preview + Playlist] Lights All Night 12/26 – 12/27


There’s no lack of amazing parties coming around the bend, and Lights All Night is promising to be one of the standouts to finish up an amazing year of music. Boasting a solid line up of local Texas talent and a bevy of internationally renown superstars, the fifth anniversary of this festival based in downtown Dallas is one you won’t want to miss.

Below you’ll find two hefty playlists showcasing some of the acts we’ll be checking out while we’re down there, including some expected picks, as well as some budding young talent we’re excited to experience. Take a listen through both day’s talent, then pick up tickets here.

If you’re into having a full-on VIP experience, click here to take advantage of elevated platforms, express entrance, private VIP-only bathrooms (which are always a plus), on-site hosts, shirts, and posters.


Revolution (ZEKE&ZOID REMIX)
Justin Jay
Bounce and Break
Demarkus Lewis
Colton Carlyle
Make The Club Shake (Original Mix)
Closed Caption
Cyprus (Original Mix) VOX Version
Loco Ono (Jayceeoh Remix)
Make It Roll
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
Red Moon (Available December 22)
Warren G
Regulate (Destructo & Wax Motif Remix)
Certified Gz (feat. Slim Thug)
Oliver $ & Jimi Jules
Pushing On (Tchami Remix)
Oliver Heldens
Last All Night (Koala) feat. KStewart
Clean Bandit Ft. Jess Glynne
Rather Be (DJ Mustard Remix)
Sick Individuals
Wasting Moonlght ( Andrew Rayel Remix )
Sexy Socialite
Boys Noize & Baauer Fire Like This
Empire Of The Sun
Alive (Zedd Remix)
Ragga Bomb (Skrillex & Zomboy Remix)


MSCLS & Silky Gold
Like This (Featuring Big Kid Xavier)
Diamond Door (Left/Right Remix)
Lady Parts
Plot Twist (Original Mix)
The Moon Is Falling Down (The Hi
Tanz Tanz
Okay (Christian Martin remix)
Style of Eye
Louder (Botneks Weirder Mix)
Chocolate Puma & Firebeatz
I Cant Understand (Original Mix)
Audien feat. Michael S.
Leaving You
Pretty Lights
Go Down Sunshine (12th Planet Remix)
Seven Lions & Xilent
The Fall
2 On feat. ScHoolBoy Q (Paper Diamond Remix)
Say My Name (feat. Zyra)
Josef Salvat
Open Season (The Chainsmokers Remix) (Free DL)
Dj Snake & AlunaGeorge
You Know You Like It
DJ Fresh feat. Ella Eyre
Gravity (Zeds Dead Remix)
Mary J. Blige / Disclosure
Armin van Buuren
Hystereo (Taken from A State Of Trance At Ushuaia, Ibiza 2014)
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Kayzo – Fired Up (Feat. Nina Sung) [TMN PREMIERE]

Fired Up (feat. Nina Sung)

Well ninjas, if you’re familiar with Kayzo and love his eclecticism within bass music, then you’re in for something truly beautiful and totally in your face today. After his last DnB remix of Alesso and Tove Lo’s “Heroes”, we were keen to see what this unique producer had up his sleeves with his newest original, “Fired Up” featuring the SENSATIONAL vocals from Nina Sung. Now, prepare yourself because this one might just blow your socks, underwear, and face off. From the very beginning, Kayzo introduces us with tantalizing bass elements that progress into melodic builds and epic breakdowns full of grimy, piercing, intense sensations. We had to listen to this a few times through because it was full of so many conflicting patterns and such enticing vocals that we had to go take a shower and wash off these dirty frequencies that permeated every layer of skin on our body. Pre-Order “Fire Up (feat. Nina Sung) today and stay tuned for what Kayzo and Firepower Records have in store for us.

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[Melodic Dubstep] ODESZA – Always This Late (Illenium Remix)

Always This Late (Illenium Remix)

Remixes of ODESZA’s songs will continue to stream into our inboxes, and we will continue to be impressed with many of them. Denver based artist Illenium has put a beautifully electronic melody over ODESZA’s ‘Always This Late’ to create a kind of magical remix. The song reminds me of a scene from a futuristic movie, where the hero is fighting desperately for their nation, their way of life, or the one they love. Illenium has taken this original and bumped it up to a true electronic song, adding in beautiful piano melodies and synth progressions to add a certain luster to the original song. Get ready for a wild trip with this remix, Illenium wants to show it’s never too late for a great remix.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 127)


Yo ninjas! This week has been way too long, but TYBG (please click here for Urban Dictionary definition) because it’s FINALLY Friday! We sure hope you’ve recovered from your food coma from last weeks Thanksgiving festivities because we have some killer tunes this week to get you up and movin’ about for the next few days. If you’re ready to trade in your work attire for something smooth, sexy, and sleek then do us all a favor and treat yourself already! Grab a beer or 6 – who cares it’s Fridayyyyyy! So get those speakers out and bump those rumps.

Remember to #danceirresponsibly.

Until next week, ninjas!

Sam Smith Vs. Rl Grime
Tell Me Latch (VINNIE Mash)
Bro Safari & Rell The Soundbender
The Chainsmokers
Clinton Sparks ft. T
Far East Movement & Sidney Samson
Bang It To The Curb (Dotcom Remix)
Big Sean
I Dont Fuck With You (K Theory Remix)
Rae Sremmurd
No Type (NGHTMRE Remix)
Bad Girls (Bobby Puma Trap Remix)
Jack U
Take U There (TroyBoi Remix)
The Holy Mountain (VIP Version)
Ariana Grande
Break Free (Damn Wright Festival Mix)
Something That
Duck Down
Rae Sremmurd
No Type (LUCA LUSH X Josh Pan Flip)
Plot Twist (Original Mix)
Scary Monsters In Tatanka (Koyote Edit) Skrillex // Zedd// Fast n Loud
The Fray
How To Save A Life (Project 46 Remix)
Rise At Night
Sleepwalker ft. 3PM
Two Friends ft. Breach The Summit
Long Way Home
Say My Name (feat. Zyra) (Eche Palante Remix)
Say It Right (Rowland Evans & Chris Bushnell Remix)
Pursuit Of Happiness (Someonehad2doit Edition)
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[SF Giveaway + Exclusive Interview] Buku & Willy Joy w/ Washed Out & Make It Funky, 12/5 @ 1015 Folsom

Willy Joy & Buku

Bass music is in a constant state of evolution with new sub-genres emerging each year. The artists who shine in an often over-crowded space, though, are those who manage to be unaffected by the current trends around them. Two producers who stand out in the realm of trap/dubstep/future tunes are Chicago’s Willy Joy and Philly’s Buku, who recently teamed up for the two-track Meaner & Leaner EP. While Willy brings a festival-ready, big-room sound, Buku provides a far-out bounce and funk making them a force to be reckoned with as a duo–both in the studio and on stage.

Buku and Willy Joy will be taking over the upstairs room at 1015 Folsom SF this Friday, December 5th, as part of their Meaner & Leaner Tour and we’re excited to be offering a couple VIP passes to the show, which will also feature sets from Washed Out and the DJs of Make It Funky SF among others. We also had a chance to catch up with Willy and Buku in advance of the show to chat a bit about their musical backgrounds, the tour life and how they first met. Enter the contest and enjoy the interview below–if you win, you’ll also get a meet & greet with Buku & Willy in case you’ve got any questions for them we haven’t already asked! Please keep in mind that all participants in this contest must be over the age of 21 and bring a valid ID to the venue to pick up their tickets. The winner will be notified via email Friday morning. Tickets are also still on sale and available for purchase here.


TMN:  Thanks for taking the time guys! First off, can you tell us a bit about how you first linked up? A Chief Keef show was involved, right?

Willy Joy: The first time we met was when we were booked on the same show in Washington, DC. It was in a big complex, and Chief Keef had a show in another room of the building. We kept sneaking away from our own show to go watch his. It was a definite bonding moment.

TMN: What caught your attention about each other’s sound?

Willy Joy: Buku has such a strong sonic identity – you can instantly tell if a track is his, and its such a dope, cohesive sound. I’m always drawn to people finding originality in established forms, and he’s carved out an entirely new lane for himself. That’s a long winded way of saying his tunes bang super hard.

Buku: I was and still am infatuated with the amount of energy Willy has in his music. From listening and playing together, I’ve learned quite a bit how to keep the party going wild. When he plays his tunes and special edits live, I usually have to grab hold of something concrete nearby.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 126)


I don’t know about you ninjas, but my tummy is still full of tofurkey, mashed potatoes, and way too much regret after yesterdays Thanksgiving feast. Now that i’ve overcome the obstacles of literally moving my body, I can finally unleash this weeks FPP. So load up those plates with leftovers, press play, and get ready for one helluva weekend.


Until next week, ninjas.

Milo & Otis
Tue5day (Made Monster Remix)
David Guetta
Cory Enemy X Goshfather & Jinco
She Knows (Feat. Juicy J) (Kayliox Remix)
Ariana Grande
Break Free (Damn Wright Festival Trap Mix)
Rumors ft. Hidden Light
Autoerotique & Max Styler
Badman(FelMax X Steve Nova Remix)
Luke Da Duke
Ask About Me
Kap Slap
Everyday (ZHU x Vicetone x Third Party)
7/11 (GITCHII Remix)
Tom Encore
 Deep Inside (from Heartbreaks & Promises vol. 2)
Dont Forget
The Soundmen Ft. Avan Lava
Bermuda (Templeton Remix)
Pras ft Mya & Ol Dirty Bastard
Ghetto Superstar (Goshfather & Jinco X Sasha Grey Remix)
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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 11/20 – 11/22


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)

That’s it! Unfortunately though, this deal is ONLY valid for tonight. If you wanna catch Rusko or Amon Tobin, you’re going to have to cough up the dough.

SLANDER - Nov 20
We Like To Party (Slander & NGHTMRE Festival Trap Edit)

Rusko - Nov 21
Saxophone Stomp

Amon Tobin/Two Fingers- Nov 22
Two Fingers DJ SET 2013
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