GRiZ has been killing it lately and now he decides to collab with Big Gigantic. Between the sexy sax from Big G and the infectious melodies of GRiZ, this one is just flawless. Their sounds couldn’t complement each other better and they deliver a funky soul sample mixed with piercing wobbles that hit at all the right times. Cheers.
Big Gigantic x GRiZ
Krewella has no shame. This trio has been killing it this passed year, and recently switching it up a little with their most recent Drum & Bass single titled, “Come & Get It”. This mix has everything from Original work to insane remixes from, DotEXE, Mutrix, Candyland and many more.
They drop a massive DNB section featuring tunes from Skrillex & Nero, Sky Kidx, SPL, Pegboard Nerds, DANK, Sub Focus & Alpines, Bassnectar and their single “Come & Get It”. The song they stood out during this section was most definitely the remix of The Bloody Beetroots track “Rocksteady” from Shy Kidx.
Before you know it they flawlessly transition into an intense Moombah/Electro section, with brain scrambling tunes from Nadastrom, Mutix, Knife Party, Diplo, Milo & Otis, and Delta Heavy. Plus make sure not to miss Mutrix‘s remix of Krewella‘s track “Killin It”, it’s off the chain. The rest of the mix is chop full of mind altering tuneage that is sure have you raging face. Enjoy the free download, and make sure to get your tickets to see them at a venue near you by, clicking here.
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If anyone has ever heard The Weeknd before, they know what a tantalizing effect his music has on any listener; you feel like you are in a music coma and that is exactly why he named his song “Twenty Eight”. There are approximately twenty-eight grams in an ounce which is information known in the illegal drug world. The Weeknd knew how his music made people feel and one group who just enhanced that captivating feeling is Bring the Noise with their mind hypnotizing remix.
The song begins with just a solo piano beat with the slow introduction of more steady beats until The Weeknd’s voice comes streaming through with a nice mix of vocals. The song continues in a flowing motion, with a constant piano before they drop some strong vibrating bass. The trio, from LA, captures the addicting feeling of the Weeknd’s sound while incorporating their own addicting beat drops and pulsating sound vibrations. Not only do they bring the noise but they bring their own passion for keeping the listener in a spell. Can I call myself an addict yet?
Twenty Eight (Bring The Noise Remix)
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!
Ministry of Sound – 27th October Saturday Sessions: Exclusive Mix
Thumbs Up (For Rock N Roll) with Feed Me
Brand new track from upcoming producer, T-Mass, laying a solid foundation of smooth enlightning vocals and soft piano chords amidst a rotation of thrilling wobbles and longated melodies. ‘Away from Reality’ is much more of an emotional induced track than the next dubstep banger, and perhaps that is the very reason why we are enjoying it so much. The Santa Monica producer has been producing for a little over than a year and instead of taking on and remixes attractive popular tracks as well as a slew of quality originals. For more, make sure you check out his soundscloud.
Separate Ways (T
What do you think of when you hear the word dream? Do you picture yourself flying among the clouds? Do you picture yourself moving in slow motion among the waves of the ocean? Or, by a crazy chance, do you hear music? Close your eyes and put on Rogue’s new song “Dreams”, featuring Colorado native Laura Brehm, and you will be transformed to a certain dream world. The song starts with the building up of electric beats followed by the smooth voice of Brehm. The song quickly speeds up with combative drum beats and slight drops followed by massive pick-ups. Rogue carefully takes Brehm’s angelic voice and mixes it to capture the feel of every point in the song, from speaking directly to the listener, to a duet between the two of them combined with piano scales. His whole EP, released just a few days ago, has three other explosive songs besides “Dreams” that are not to be missed. Rogue captures the true feeling of being alive while dreaming away. Keep an eye out for this young up and coming music producer from the UK, his beats will become your dreams.
Dreams (feat. Laura Brehm)
There’s a rule we have around The Music Ninja office. It pretty much says that if PatrickReza is releasing something, we post it. We’ve watched Patrick progress over the past year, and each remix he does just continues to impress us. It won’t be long before this young producer is running with the big boys.
In this latest track, Patrick has been slated to do an official remix of The Veronicas’ “Lolita.” The Australian twin sister pop duo released the original earlier this year. It already has a very heavy EDM sound, it’s easy to see why they reached out for some remixes. Patrick does an amazing job of creating a large atmospheric build up, which compliments the vocals well. From there dark crunchy wobbles, high pitched synths, and ominous break downs make this creepy remix one to hold on to.
Lolita (PatrickReza Dubstep Remix)