Colorado is exploding with new talent. We last posted about Jeremy “Daytona Velasquez” exactly one year ago with his track “Disconnect”, jagged and robotic dubstep tune.
Today Daytona brings forth something much more fluid in its conception with “Dark Child”. Introducing itself with a somber beginning, the track picks up in intensity and emotional undertones as light vocals glide through a series of ever evolving structures of wobbled bass lines. A definite chill and poetic sounding track to vibe through while ending a night full of surprises.
Being a Top 25 Club from DJ Mag comes at no surprise as Beta Nightclub has been featuring an amazing array of talent this summer, and this weekend is once again no exception.
Being regulars at Beta, we figured we should share their line up with you, in hopes that you’ll come down and rage with us. Also, just like last time, we have arranged for something special.
MUSIC NINJAS GET FREE COVER
For the shows Thursday, Friday and Saturday, make sure you bring your phone with you. If you’re 21+, get there before 11pm, and show them this post on your phone – your cover is comped. Just make sure to enter through the front door, and not the side VIP entrance. Can’t wait to see you down there!
Pendulum – DJ Set
Ive been in Midnight City looking 4 sum1
Donald Glaude Mash
A couple days ago MartyParty dropped a massive trapped out LP titled, MVP. Featuring everything from Purple Trap to Glitched out Dub, and all of it is original. Some notable tunes you don’t want to miss is this intro titled “MVP”, which drops some clever samples and a heavy 808 infused beat. Possibly the catchiest tune on the whole EP, “All In The Game” dropping a funky 8-Bit melody backed with massive synths and heavy bass. Probably the most unique track is “Angry Beethoven” and it features some laser infused wobbles and melodic chords that come together flawlessly. “Big Block” is the filthiest tune on MVP, and it brings some grimey hard hitting Dub mixed with swirling synths, that hit at all the right times. If you want to check out all 16 tracks on the EP, click here.
All in the Game
Angry Beethoven (with mΔxiavelli) (Free from MVP)
Over the years Never Say Die Records has become notorious for showcasing some of the most diverse and talented producers in all of EDM. Earlier this year, NSD debuted finnish producer 501′s hit single “Headrush ft. Belle Humble” which propelled 501 into an extremely successful year. After releasing spectacular remixes and original tracks on labels such as Big Beat and Circus Records, 501 decided to close out an immensely successful year with the release of his latest Smash EP. The EP consists of 4 original tracks which clearly embody what makes 501 so impressive as a producer. His sound design is bar none, combining profound bass with meticulously crafted melodies and synths. 501′s creative genius fuses genres and clearly knows no limits. The title track, “Smash!” is an impressive glitch-hop tune that personifies 501′s unparalleled ability to imbedded high energy wobbles with harmonious melodies and vocals to create a truly unique original tune. Another track off the EP and my personal favorite, “Letting Go”, showcases beautiful top-line vocals overlaying a truly anthemic bassline. “Letting Go” is a masterpiece and a must listen for any fan of dubstep. The other two tracks, “Broken Notes” & “Feel For You” are fantastic as well bringing a refreshingly original sound to 140 BPM.
All in all, the Smash EP is a fantastic piece of work which clearly represents that 501 is a name every EDM fan should begin getting acquainted with if not already. Give the entire EP a listen, download a copy of “Smash!” which 501 released for free, and make sure to show 501 your appreciation for all of his hard work on Facebook.
Download a free copy of “Smash!” here!
The Smash EP released on November 12th on Never Say Die Records.
It’s no secret that Krewella’s sensual vocals provide an excellent foundation for their original tracks and remixes alike. Last week, Pegboard Nerds released their monstrous remix of Krewella’s track “Alive” and now TMN favorite MitiS has released his equally impressive interpretation of the tune. Supporting Krewella’s vocals with the addition of crunchy synths and heavy wobbles MitiS absolutely destroys this remix. Grab this spectacular free download and make sure to show MitiS some love on Facebook.
Alive (MitiS Remix)
Montreal based dubstep duo, Adventure Club, are back at it again releasing their latest effort, a melodic remix of Yuna’s “Lullabies”. Combining alluring chord progression, growling bass and Adventure Club’s impeccable vocal splicing, this latest remix emphasizes the duo’s inherent ability to produce soothing progressive dubstep. As to be expected, Adventure Club gave this remix out for free so now there is only one thing left to do, click the download button and enjoy!
Lullabies (Adventure Club Remix)
Throughout time Sundays have historically become known as a day centered around cathartic rest and self soothing. Here at TMN we fully understand and emphasize this inherent need to simply sit down, relax and rejuvenate your mind and body from your weekend endeavors. Whether listening to our weekly Chill Dojo, reading, or taking a much needed ’siesta’, Sundays are about self preservation. Unfortunately, as with all great things in life, not everything can go according to plan. Sundays can quickly develop into a day filled with a seemingly insurmountable amount of daunting tasks and activities.For a select group of people, myself included, the only motivation to take on this endless list of drudgery is a healthy dose of filthy bass music.
Recently, the extremely talented duo Protohype & Kezwik released their Problematic / Hold On EP which undoubtebly will put a true basshead in the mood to take on the world. The first track of the EP, “Problematic”, has seen its fair share of play throughout the festival season and definitely deserves an official release. Sporting fierce wobbles, punishing bass and a masterful BPM transition from dubstep to that of drumstep, this track hits extremely hard! The second track of the EP, “Hold On” is my personal favorite of the EP and emphasizes the immense talent these two young producers possess. “Hold On” flaunts epically melodic synths and vocal splicing intertwined with Protohype & Kezwik’s signature heavy growling bass. If Sunday has tragically presented itself as a day of work instead of a day of rest, this EP may be the perfection jolt needed to put your body in motion. Enjoy.
Protohype & Kezwik
Problematic (Original Mix)
Protohype & Kezwik
Hold Your Breath (Original Mix)
Problematic / Hold On was released October 31st via Simplify Recordings.