We can always count on black collective to deliver some next level records. Their LPs are some of the best in the world. They’ve previously released two as a part of a compilation series that gives money to charity. The chosen charity this time around is Give A Beat.
In partnership with Cadence & Cause, these compilations serve not only as beacons for musical evolution, but also as philanthropic pillars in the dance community. Artists like Kompany, ESQ, Adair, Revazz and Tuslo come back with some extra hot fire that is well worth the donation price. The third volume of black. rolls deep with a whopping fourteen singles. You just don’t find this much quality bass music in one place. Check out the full project and head over to Cadence & Cause to donate and get your copy. For more information about where your donation is going to, you may find out in the quote below.
“Donations from black. Vol. 3 will go to Give a Beat, a non-profit organization that serves as a catalyst for social change by bridging global electronic dance music culture with youth and families impacted by incarceration. The money provided will help fund DJ workshops designed to promote self-confidence, empowerment, individuality, and healing from trauma. Many of the youth participants come from underserved communities that are grappling with poverty, crime and gang culture, over-policing, and incarceration of a family member. Expression through music and dance can foster positive connections and be a powerful force in inspiring a future that breaks the cycle of poverty and incarceration.”
’Patches x Sampson – Hustlin’
Chime x Rob Gasser x Brig
What The Funk
Daily Earfood has come in clutch with the free download of a huge new single from Chime, Rob Gasser and Brig. It doesn’t get much bigger than “What The Funk.” The three amigos have been putting out some dope records individually in the past for some time, but after coming together we are blown away even more than usual.
“What The Funk” is what a lot of dubstep producers want their tracks to be. Fresh, exuberant and clean, this single is one of the best dubstep songs to come out this year and we’ll even go out on a limb to say it will still be at the top of the list at the end of 2017. From start to finish you are fully engaged in the madness that these three producers created with their vast array of sounds. Super solid song, free download; it doesn’t get more awesome than that.
There were so many good tracks that came out recently that we had to give you a couple extra today. This week’s Friday Party Playlist is packed with fourteen free downloads from producers all across the globe. Tracks from people like I.Y.F.F.E, Black Tiger Sex Machine, and Spock are just the tip of the iceberg. We also have solid collaborations from Carter Cruise x Dean Cohen, Matroda x Dustycloud, EMME x Erotic Cafe, Jayceeoh x CLVZA, Jaykode x Sullivan King and that’s not even all of them. Whether you’re simply streaming, or downloading these tunes, take them with you when you head out tonight. If you’re staying in due to the weather, that doesn’t mean you can’t party just the same. Most importantly, #danceirresponsibly.
’Migos – T
SHIRT (I.Y.F.F.E Facelift)’
’Carter Cruise x Dean Cohen “Everybody Nose Me”‘
’Matroda x Dustycloud – Come Back’
’Black Tiger Sex Machine – Hell Motel’
’ËMMË x Erotic Cafe’ – Tun Up (feat. KG Man)’
’Jayceeoh & CLVZA – I’M OK’
’JayKode – Break It Down (Feat. Sullivan King)’
’AFK & Jetset – Popsicle Vapestep’
’dEVOLVE & Kameo “Bomb Pon Dem”‘
’Swedish House Mafia – Leave the world behind (Yuck Nasty Remix)’
The Big Easy. The Crescent City. Nawlins. New Oar-leans. Whatever you call it, you know that it stands upon a few strongly-planted pillars–good food, good music, and good times. We’ve had some epic moments down in New Orleans, which is why we’re beyond stoked to be heading to BUKU Music + Art project. As if one of the best party cities in the world wasn’t enough, this epic 2-day festival just added some rather unnecessary icing onto that Creole cake.
Our excitement is obvious, but we’re not here to talk about that. No, no. We’re here to get you excited. How do we plan to do that? Well, it’s pretty simple. We’re offering up two, two-day VIP 2-Day Passes tickets to one of our can’t miss festivals this year, PLUS a chance to hang with one of our favorite performing artists at said festival. That’s right. One lucky winner will be taking a friend down to Louisiana with a couple of free ticket and some epic hang time with the one and only Ekali.
UPDATE: THIS CONTEST HAS CLOSED AND A WINNER HAS BEEN CHOSEN.
So, what do you have to do to enter? It’s pretty fricken’ easy. Just check out these instructions below:
1) “Like” us (The Music Ninja) on facebook here:
2) “Like” the BUKU on facebook:
3) “Like” the Ekali on facebook:
4) Comment below this post with why you deserve to win. Maybe you just went through an epic break up? Maybe you hold the record for most shrimp eaten in a single sitting? Fill us in! We want to know.
– Winner will receive 2 VIP 2-Day Passes
– TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATIONS ARE NOT INCLUDED.
– You have to be 18+ to enter.
– Winner will be chosen on March 3rd at 12:00 EST and notified via Facebook
– You must come correct with some wicked dance moves all weekend long.
Turn up this Friday evening with some of the best free downloads we could get our hands on. There were plenty of them, but we narrowed them down to a dozen that we thought would fit the mood this cold Friday night. Songs this week come to us from HU₵₵I, KRANE, BIJOU, Bear Grillz x Terravita, KANDY and more. We close things out with a major collaboration between Troyboi and Stooki Sound that we’ve been jamming to since it’s release day. All twelve are must listens and must haves, with genres ranging from future bass to house to dubstep and hip-hop. Run through them all and grab the ones you like. Enjoy your night and most importantly #danceirresponsibly.
Here We Go (Statik Link Remix)’
’Eau Claire – Room ft. Camille Michelle Gray (Nazariff Remix)’
’Pierce G – Lucid (Fallsteeze & Entel Remix)’
’Whethan – Savage (feat. Flux Pavilion & MAX) (CRWNS Remix)’
’Bear Grillz x Terravita – Pusher’
’Pegboard Nerds & NGHTMRE Feat. Krewella
Superstar (KANDY Remix)’
’Ft Cutty Ranks – Bone Crusher’
’TroyBoi x Stooki Sound – Warrior’
What the hell is going on with this weather, Denver? I mean, we’re not complaining about 75 degree days, but it’s a little concerning (cough, global warming, cough.) Well, even though it doesn’t feel like winter we’re still going to head down to 19th and Blake and get toasty in the best way possible – by dancing to some top notch 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 Thursday, 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 THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY this week.
TJR - 2/9
Jvst Say Yes/Dack Janiels - 2/10
Bunny of Rabbit in the Moon - 2/11
DJ Tennis - 2/12
Miles Away (Soltan Remix)
Never Say Die just released a whopping remix EP for Zomboy. Part of that EP was a remix of “Miles Away” by Soltan. As many fans of the Iranian producer would expect, this flip is as heavy as it is incredible. This is dubstep done right.
The vast array of sounds that Soltan uses in this song is quite alarming. Given the complex composition, it makes for a super fun listen and we can only imagine how much more fun it is when it’s being played at a festival or show. Soltan’s style is similar to Zomboy’s, but he manages to keep his own identity while flipping this one. This year is looking bright for Soltan who will hopefully be edging his way into America sometime soon. We want to rage with him to tracks like this one. Chances are, you do too. Check this one out and make sure to check out the rest of the EP, out now on all digital services.