[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 8/14 – 8/16

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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! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Head to Beta and see for yourself.

Bad Boy Bill - Aug 14
Bad Boy Bill
Can You Feel It (Remix)

Genetix + Coffi - August 15
Genetix ft. Padman
Aristocracy

Behrouz - August 16
Carl Kennedy & Tommy Trash
Blackwater (Behrouz Ibiza White Ireland Mix)
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ECHOS – Save You [TMN PREMIERE]

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E C H O S
Save You

Time and time again we find ourselves thinking, “what ever happened to that mind-blowing chillstep sound?” Well, ECHOS is here to authoritatively answer that question with their third original track “Save You”.  You see, Chillstep didn’t disappear, and it seems it won’t for a long time. It may have taken a brief period of hibernation to adapt with the current trends, we’re not really sure.

Whatever the situation may be, ECHOS hits home with their newest track. Combining their ambient dubstep sound with powerful vocals, we’re left with a whirlwind of stunning beauty. This duo continues to surprise us with their eclectic styles, and we’re  anxiously anticipating their next release. Whether it may be a remix or an original, ECHOS has us excited!

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol. 116)

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Afternoon ninjas, ninjette Brooke here reporting for FPP duty. This week I decided to be extra generous by loading all of you up with a shit ton of free music to help get you from Point A to Lost in the next 2 hours. Since last week was a little on the stale side, this week will make you question the Urban Dictionary definition of “Party”. Loaded with a range of genres from trap (twerk, twerk, twerk) dubstep (Blink-182 wub wub), electro house, glitch hop, deep house, etc., this weeks FPP is bound to turn you from that wallflower in the corner to Beyonce in the club.

As you prepare for another weekend of shenanigans, make sure you download this weeks FPP so you can turn up on the go. So what are you waiting for? Drink up the Fireball, crank up the volume, and dance yo booties off because it’s officially the weekend and you need to get crunk.

Until next week. #danceirresponsibly

Iggy Azalea Ft. Rita Ora
Black Widow (Prismo Remix)
LeKtriQue & Seek N Destroy
Atomic (Aero Chord Remix)
Steve Aoki
Rage the Night Away featuring Waka Flocka Flame (ENFERNO Remix)
BANG BANG (CAKED UP & MEAUX GREEN REMIX)
Smookie Illson & Zooly ft. Ragga Twins
Ready
Carnage ft. Migos
Bricks (Victor Niglio Twerk VIP)
Ash Riser
When Its Over (SAYMYNAME Remix)
UFO!
The Dream
LAXX
Head Blender
Deorro vs MAKJ
READY! (Original Mix)
Migos & Rich The Kid
Jumpin Like Jordan (KickRaux, Riot Ten & Jack Bass Remix)
Tropkillaz & Buku
Follow the Beat
DJ SnelleJelle
Back to Life
BARE
Bounce
Steve Aoki
Rage the Night Away feat. Waka Flocka Flame (Flosstradamus Remix)
DeafMind
303
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Im Good
Kstylis
Trampoline Booty (Aylen Remix)
Jauz
Feel The Volume (Original Mix)
FMM: Yogi ft. Pusha T
Burial (RIDDIM COMMISSION REMIX)
SPACE LACES
Dungeons and Dragons
Nash One & Mike Cervello
Murda (Cesqeaux Remix)
Blink 182
Whats My Age Again (DotEXE Remix)
LNY TNZ/Dany BPM
Rompelo (Luminox Rework)
Chant (Choppa Dunks Retwerk)
808 CONGLOMERATE
Clonez
THEREALBOSS
CLVSH
Devastator
Jurassic Trap (Original Mix)
Louder (DeafMind Remix)
Cooler Than Latch (Disclosure ft. Sam Smith // Mike Posner)
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[Festival Review] TMN Dives Into Denver’s Underground Music Showcase

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The UMS Main Stage (Photo Credit: Robert Castro Ultra5280)

If you’re wondering whether or not Colorado’s music scene is embodied solely by bass-heavy barons devastating Red Rocks on a regular basis, or the constant national and international accolades given to Beta Nightclub year after year, you can stop that right now. While much of the Mile High City’s music scene’s notoriety falls into those two aforementioned venues, The UMS flexed it’s mighty indie muscle two weekends ago, showing the city, the state, the nation, and the world that a handful of tiny venues deserves just as much attention.

Taking over one of Denver’s most prized neighborhoods, The UMS flooded the numerous dive bars, galleries, and restaurants that adorn the colorful South Broadway stretch. In a meticulous blend of some well known acts coupled with hyper-indie (so indie, even the hippest of your friends haven’t heard about them yet) there was more than enough to appease the auditory appetite of the thousands of festival goers that flooded the streets.

Knowing that there was too much music for one ninja to cover, we had to break up The UMS between two from our clan. Check out what Matty and Clayton experienced during their first full experience of this must-attend event.

Day 1, Thursday:

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CRL CRRL. (Photo Credit: Robert Castro Ultra5280)

While we couldn’t yet make it out in full force to the first night of Denver’s incredible Underground Music Showcase, we did manage to make it to one of our favorite electronic artist’s sets, with CRL CRRLL (pronounced Carl Carrell) at Blue Ice. An abbreviated set to say the least, CRL CRRLL managed to warp our minds through different texturized soundscapes played off of his bevy of machines, MIDI controllers and gadgets on stage through the 40 minute performance. This was the second time we’ve had the pleasure of witnessing him live, as he played our TMN presented show in Denver with Young & Sick (which if you haven’t heard his remix of their tune “Glass”, check it out below) and it seems in the short span of time, CRLCRRLL’s reached a more fluid, comfortable and mature stage presence.

Young & Sick Glass Remix By CRL CRRLL

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[TMN RESIDENT ARTIST] Le Castle Vania

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Le Castle Vania
Nobody Gets Out Alive Part II

Holy shit, ninjas. It seems like just yesterday we were welcoming in our Resident Artist for May, casually talking about the sunny summer months that lied ahead. Well, as it seems to go every year, summer is passing us by without so much as a glance, and will soon leave us wondering why the hell it’s already so cold out.

As we look into the final weeks of summer, it’s important to remember two things. One, there are still a few weeks left for your warm-weather debauchery. Two, Le Castle Vania is going to close it out like it’s nobody’s business.

Few artists can electrify a stage, bringing endless energy, showcasing what is ultimately a culmination of years of experience. This Hotlanta-based recording artist, DJ, and label owner does so with ease, bringing hard, relentless, and unforgiving electro styles that have a rock-infused edge to them. With an original sound founded in razor sharp synths and driving basslines, this storied artist has carried through years of an evolving scene, always maintaining a unique presence and a defined sound.

Starting back in ’06, LCV was asked to remix “Black Eyes,” his fellow ATL-musician kin Snowden’s track. After tagging the name Le Castle Vania in association to the remix, the name once associated with the 1986 video game was about to have an entirely new identity associated with it. Fast forward to just a few months ago, the world was left wide eyed and ready to dance as he dropped his debut EP, Phrophication, on deadmau5‘ mau5trap label. With that in the rearview mirror, LCV’s fanbase had only a quick window to catch their breath, as Feels Like Fire came out a few short months later.

Hitting a lengthy stride, Dylan Eiland, seems to be charging ahead with no intention of letting his foot off the gas. We couldn’t be more excited to be showcasing him all month long during this thrilling time in his career. Stay tuned with us all month long as we feature everything that is Le Castle Vania.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 7/31 – 8/2

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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)
- Deal is NOT valid for the Subfocus show. If you wanna catch his amazing set, you’re going to have to cough up some dough.

That’s it! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Head to Beta and see for yourself.

Ilan Bluestone - July 31
Above & Beyond pres. OceanLab
Satellite (ilan Bluestone Remix)

Sub Focus - August 1
Close Feat MNEK

No Regular Play - August 2
No Regular Play
Endangered Species (Special Version)
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[Dubstep] Varien – Gunmetal Black

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Varien!
Gunmetal Black

It’s early as hell right now and the hangover has comfortably settled in its place. The only logical thing to do to cure this throbbing headache is to blast some Varien as loud as you can. The Monstercat native just unleashed an epic monstrosity to the world to which he takes dubstep to an entirely new cinematic level. Bringing in elements from the metal and hardcore genre, Varien’s new track, “Gunmetal Black”, is everything you need in life; whether you’re getting married or simply going to the grocery store for more eggs, this song is ideal for any and all settings.

Varien’s, “Gunmetal Black” appears to have been influenced by Chinese culture considering it makes you feel like you’re Mulan and you’re about to defeat the Huns. If that doesn’t sound like a good time to you, then maybe you should go on a Disney movie binge and watch that classic gem until you’ve convinced yourself otherwise. Varien effectively takes hold of our emotions and masterfully builds us up for easily one of the most epic releases we’ve had in a long time. So if you like to cure your hangovers with more hangovers, then this song is for you. Check it out on Beatport and rage on, ninjas.

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