[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 10/10


Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta for 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. We recently spoke with the Rolling Stone #1 Club in North America just last weekend, and you know what they said about you? That they love you guys, and they love the energy the ninjas bring to the crowd.

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:

– Get in line up front door before 11 pm
– Show this post to the cashier

Boom. That’s it, ninjas! The only stipulations are that this deal is that you have to be 21 and up, and in the door by 11pm.

Who’s going to be lighting the decks up this week? Peep the killer talent below.

Emma Hewitt - October 10th
Dash Berlin
Waiting (ft. Emma Hewitt)

M.U.D. Tour feat. Biome & Demon - October 11th
Sultan & Ned Shepard - October 12th
Sultan + Ned Shepard
All These Roads (feat. Zella Day and Sam Martin) Pete Tong Radio Premiere
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[TMN Resident Artist] Rusko’s ‘Lift Me Up’ US Fall Tour

Rusko tour

We love fall at TMN and you know why that is? Because of the fall tours that tear up every city around our fine nation. Our Resident Artist for the month Rusko starts his fall ‘Lift Me Up’ tour this coming weekend and this is one tour you don’t want to miss. If you are looking for a dubstep show that will make your feet not stop moving, your face not stop smiling and your heart not stop beating to the incredible rhythms, Rusko is the man to see.

Fri 10/4    SANTA ANA, CA    Yost
Mon 10/7    GAINESVILLE, FL    Forum
Tues 10/8    TAMPA, FL    Ritz Ybor
Wed 10/9    ORLANDO, FL    House Of Blues
Thurs 10/10    MIAMI, FL    Fillmore
Fri 10/11    TALLAHASSEE, FL    Coliseum
Mon 10/14    KNOXVILLE, TN    NV
Tues 10/15    ASHEVILLE, NC    The Orange Peel
Wed 10/16    CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA    The Jefferson
Thurs 10/17    RICHMOND, VA    The National
Fri 10/18    SILVER SPRING, MD    Fillmore
Mon 10/21    CLIFTON PARK, NY    Upstate Concert Hall
Thurs 10/24    HARTFORD, CT    Webster Theater
Fri 10/25    MONTREAL, QC    Telus Theater
Sat 10/26    TORONTO, ON    Sound Academy
Mon 10/28    BUFFALO, NY    Town Ballroom
Tues 10/29    CLEVELAND, OH    House Of Blues
Wed 10/30    CINCINNATI, OH    Bogart’s
Thurs 10/31    CHAMPAIGN, IL    Canopy Club
Fri 11/1    MADISON, WI    Majestic
Tues 11/5    MINNEAPOLIS, MN    Skyway Theater
Wed 11/6    WINNIPEG, MB    Republic
Sun 11/10    VANCOUVER, BC    Celebrities
Tues 11/12    PORTLAND, OR    Roseland
Thurs 11/14    EUGENE, OR    Lane Events Center
Fri 11/15    SAN FRANCISCO, CA    1015 Folsom
Sat 11/16    SAN DIEGO, CA    House Of Blues
Mon 11/18    PHOENIX, AZ    Monarch
Thurs 11/21    AUSTIN, TX    Emo’s East
Fri 11/22    HOUSTON, TX    House Of Blues
Sat 11/23    DALLAS, TX    Lizard Lounge
Mon 11/25    KANSAS CITY, MO    Uptown Theater
Wed 11/27    DENVER, CO    Fillmore

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://ruskoonfire.com/

TWITTER: http://twitter.com/#!/ruskoofficial

SOUNDCLOUD: http://bit.ly/RuskoSoundCloud

YOUTUBE: http://bit.ly/RuskoYouTube

RUSKO on iTunes: http://bit.ly/RuskoItunes

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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #70


What’s up, ninjas? Here we are again staring two days of unadulterated freedom in the face. We’ve all been through the ringer this week, and it’s time to uncork, unscrew or twist off a frosty bottle of fun. It’s the weekend, and we’re here to provide you with a tasty selection of dance inducing tracks that we’ve picked up through the course of the week. So, press play and get the party started.


Breaking Bad (feat. Aretha Franklin And Walt White)
Justin Timberlake
My Love (Vygr1 Remix)
Zeds Dead X Major Lazer
Turn Around Ft. Elephant Man
Deorro, Ft. Adrian Delgado
Let Me Love You (BWen Bootleg Remix)
Jump Floor
One Republic
If I Lose Myself (DSKOTEK Bootleg)
2 Unlimited
Get Ready For This (Steve Aoki 2013 Remix)
Triad Dragons
Over The Rainbow (Original Mix)
Duke Dumont feat. A*M*E
Need U (100%) (Dave Edwards Remix)
Djemba Djemba I Just Go (Tk Kayembe RMX)
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[Show Preview] Zeds Dead Altered States Tour – Mile High City 10/11


Watch out Colorado, Zeds Dead is bringing their Altered States tour to the 1st Bank Center next Friday, October 11th. If we weren’t excited enough for the Canadian duo to bring their insane base to the mile high city, the line-up for this whole show is one for the books. Joining ZD will be the Chicago trio Krewella whose music has been tearing up the radio waves and capturing new fans everyday. Also Paper Diamond, Seven Lions, Green Lantern, Candyland and Branchez will all bring their diverse music styles and their crazy musical talents. To the fans in Colorado, don’t miss this show, don’t miss this show oh yeah, and don’t miss this show.

Zeds Dead
Shut Up & Sing V2.0 v Greta Svabo Bech
Live For The Night
Paper Diamond & Christian Rich
XIX feat. Angela McCluskey
Seven Lions with Myon and Shane 54
Strangers (Feat. Tove Lo)
DJ Green Lantern
Splitting Atoms
Candyland & Zak Waters
Not Coming Down
Stay (Branchez Bootleg)
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[TMN Resident Artist for October] Rusko kindly requests that you wake the f*** up

RUSKO FMaddocks_2508
Dirty Sexy
Somebody To Love
Hold On ft. Amber Coffman

Another month means a new Resident Artist here at Music Ninja.
I’m going to use one of my favorite quotes to describe this artist.

Those who dance are considered insane by those who cannot hear the music.
― George Carlin

The first time I saw this artist perform, I was immediately captivated by his stage presence, he never stopped moving, not even when he drank his water or mixed his beats. He constantly covered the stage with his addicting dance style and I couldn’t help but smile the whole night listening to the crazy beats of this artist while watching him dance insanely to the music he loves to make.

The artist is the Leeds born DJ/Producer Rusko who ascended with the original U.K. dubstep movement. Rusko gave dubstep one of its first and most enduring anthems, a bolt of foul-mouthed rave lightening called “Cockney Thug”. From there, Rusko continued take the dubstep world by storm with evangelizing bass “wobble” that has since set the music world ablaze. Rusko has released a slew of singles, remixes and EPs and in 2010 his song “Cali Anthem” became the first dubstep tune to be listed on the US radio. And as any good artist will do, Rusko took some time off a few years back to travel and get inspired for his second album “SONGS”. Today, Rusko continues to make a unique dubstep sound that he likes to say is happy sounding dubstep:

The sound of my early releases was very dub-influenced, and just good, fun, bouncy vibes,” he says. “The majority of dubstep at the moment I think is aggressive, and I don’t like angry music; I don’t want to be angry in a club. So I wanted to make something really happy, but still heavy.

He currently is about to start his fall US “Lift Me Up” tour, one that is not to be missed.

It is no surprise this artist continues to acquire more and more fans, his music speaks not just to the head but to the heart as well, not to mention what his music does to the desire to dance. So this month will be one full of fun, dance and everything Rusko.

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[TMN Interview] Adventure Club’s progression from Pop-Punk highschoolers to Dubstep kings

Adventure Club
Superheroes Anonymous Volume. 3

This past weekend, Red Rocks was taken over by Rowdytown. TMN has the chance to sit down with the Canadian boys of Adventure Club and learn more about their musical pasts, their love for macaroni and cheese, and why you will always find them wearing bunnyhugs.

TMN: This evening I have the pleasure of sitting down with Christian and Leighton, the duo who we all know as Adventure Club. Guys thank you so much for taking the time to sit down with us at Rowdytown.

AC: Bonjour Music Ninja, c’est bien?

TMN: First I have to say, welcome back to Red Rocks, how many times is this playing here for you now? What are a few things you love about playing at this incredible outdoor venue?

C: This is our second time here. The first time we played here was during the day and today the sunset and the light projection on the rocks is such an unbelievable experience.

L: You get to see everyone with their glow sticks up in the air

C: (Laughs) Even if they are throwing them at you!

L: With really big drops you would see all these glow sticks just go flying in the air is was incredible.

C: I can’t get over the projection on the rocks.

L: And we got to play with our favorite Big Gigantic…well and of course Carnage and the boys.

TMN: I recently read another interview in which you said the show that surprised you the most was your show in Boulder, Colorado about two years ago when you two were just starting out (I was there side note, it was an amazing show). Was that one of those ah-ha moments in which you realized this could all get huge? That Adventure Club might have the chance of becoming something big?

C: We hadn’t been playing for too long and we weren’t too experienced with a live set yet. So we figured the music we were playing was the music we knew and no one else knew. We came into Colorado and played more than one show and everyone knew our songs.

L: And they knew our songs, like our original songs which was a huge shocker. We were shocked and impressed. I give a lot of that credit to Nick from This Song is Sick for spreading our shit around Colorado he’s been a big help with that.

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Free n Losh – A World Within EP + Exclusive Interview


Like the colorful imagination of a young child, Free N Losh are uninhibited by any societal musical expectations or norms. Allowing their creativity to shine through, these two have created a daydreamers’ fantasy, illustrating what a lot of us hear as we’re careening through the thoughts that make us warm ‘n fuzzy.

This latest EP is even more imaginative and dreamlike than anything we’ve heard from them previously. Of course you’re already familiar with “What We’ll See,” from our earlier post on it. And while it has some chillstep inspired smooth rolling basslines, in “The World Within,” we’re offered up something quite different. This tune, heavily rooted in classic jazz, focused highly on the combination of different instrumental sampling. Despite the fluttering synths layered into it, you can actually still picture listening to this in a darkened jazz club. You quickly forget that you’re listening to a form of electronica.

“Spaceships vs Submarines” probably resembles what we’re used to in mainstream EDM, with lasers, carefully placed vocal samples and some trap style synths. However, the progression of the song is anything but, as it curves away from the big bass and into a drum and bass style breakdown. Finally we’re left with our personal favorite on the EP: “Open Your Eyes”.

I grew up on the Temptations. My mom always leaned away from rock and roll, and leaned towards soul, RnB and eventually disco. So, hearing this silky smooth interpretation really took me to another place. It’s so natural, undemanding and meticulously put together. This track is the epitome of how I see Free n Losh.

After sampling this EP on repeat, we reached out to ask some questions to this Toronto based duo. From the early days, to what’s in store next, check out what they had to say.

Free n Losh
Close Your Eyes (Intro)
Free n Losh
What Well See
Free n Losh
The World Within
Free n Losh
Spaceships vs. Submarines
Free n Losh
Open Your Eyes

TMN: Hey guys, thanks so much for taking some time to sit down with us. First off, talk to us about how this project came to be. When did you two come together to form Free n Losh?

Free: We met up at university through mutual friends. I stopped by Losh’s room with my buddy who knew him and when I walked in I saw Big L and Pharcyde posters and we got to talking…

Losh: Free had been producing already for a couple years when we met and when I told him I always wanted to give it a shot, he encouraged me to try it out. So I did, and I got addicted to it. It all grew from there.

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