[Denver Events] This Week at Beta 1/16

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

Details:
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!

Tydi- January 17th
tyDi (Feat. Toni Neilson + Maison & Dragen)
Walk On Water
Crizzly - January 18th
1 2 Cake Cake feat. Steve Aoki (Crizzly Remix)

Tommy Lee and DJ Aero - January 18th

Nas feat. Pharell The Flyest
Aero Remix
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[Interview] NEXUS: An In-depth Talk With a Rising Producer

Nexus
Ginger Kids
Nexus
Radiant
Nexus & TYR
Connected (Original Mix)
Nexus
Supernova

As with the very definition of his name, Nexus, the young producer from Florida, is able to creates new musical experiences influenced by different ideas, different genres, all connected to become one coherent and organic sound that brings new forms of melody and aggression into dubstep. Only being 19 years of age, Nexus has worked the scene in Miami dj’ing anything from Deep House to Hip/Hop and with moving to Orlando to finish college, he is now more determined then ever to focus on his real goal: producing quality music. After grabbing our full attention with the release of his original track “Ginger Kids”, we just had to know more about the prolific and eccentric up and coming.

TMN: Congratulations on so many amazing tracks you have been putting out. Let’s start by learning more about your influences and how you got into producing electronic music, primarily dubstep?

When I was about fifteen/sixteen years old my friend Mathew Postrel was using this program called Ableton. I was into djing and mixing and I enjoyed djing a lot but I wanted to be more than just a DJ. So my friend was producing music and he showed me around Ableton and from that point on, I got myself a copy and started working with it.
It was interesting because I didn’t have a different type of style of music, he was more into Aphex twin, which is also one of my influences, and so I was really into that style when I started producing. Aphex Twin was the reasons he was making music. He made a lot of future garage and experimental music and I started making a bit of that, in a way. I have always enjoyed playing the piano, I am very into melodies and more of the pop style/universal language of music.

TMN: So were you classically trained as a young kid?

No no! Not at all, but I new music theory and I knew how to play the piano. I have been doing that for a while now.

That is why even when I make more traditional dubstep tracks, I really pull in all the influences of different styles of music out there. That song Ginger Kids I made wasn’t even on normal dubstep tempo, it was actually on 160 bpms

We feel like a lot of producers have gone into this brostep, extra extravagant movement and yet you still have that melodic foundation, which we find really refreshing.
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[Filthy] Flux Pavilion – Blow The Roof

Finally, the day has come where we get to listen to the entire 4-minute anthem “Blow The Roof”. When Flux Pavilion first dropped this at EDC Vegas in 2012 it was love at first sound. We featured previews and rips, but he finally uploaded the full version to his SoundCloud this morning. It will be off of his upcoming Blow The Roof EP due to drop on January 28th via Big Beat Records. Cheers.

Flux Pavilion
Blow The Roof
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[NEW] Stafford Brothers feat. Christina Milian & Lil Wayne – Hello (Candyland Remix)

Candyland switches it up again with yet another incredible production. This time doing an Official Remix for the Stafford Brothers track “Hello” featuring Christina Millian and Lil Wayne. Sampling the catchy Piano melody in the beginning and sprinkling it with some heavy distorted wobbles, resembling a sound design similar to Koan Sound. The vocals from Christina and Weezy bring a rather laid back vibe to this track, until Candyland doses you with more filth and flawless vocals edits.

Also stay tuned for Candyland’s upcoming EP “Bring The Rain” that will be released on Spinnin’ Records. We will also be featuring a new preview everyday until it’s release on January 21st. Cheers.

This track is Free through Candyland’s Facebook, click here. 

Stafford Brothers Ft. Christina Milian
Hello (Candyland Remix)
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[Dubstep] Underworld – Rez (Bassnectar Remix) + Bonus

Bassnectar drops his first tune of 2013 and it’s a remix of Underwold’s track “Rez”. It starts off with a euphoric melody then builds into a filthy drop with a sound design similar to one of his recent releases, “Hologram”. You can Pre-Order this massive track by clicking the “buy” button on the link below, release date is January 16th. The bonus tune is a remix that come out about a month ago, and he tackles Starkey‘s track “Street Rockers” and slaps with an unhealthy dose of insane bass. Cheers.

Underworld
Rez (Bassnectar Remix)
Starkey
Street Rockers (Bassnectar Remix)
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[Future Funk] Anita Ward – Ring My Bell (Kill Paris Remix)

Kill Paris drops a funky remix of Anita Ward‘s classic track “Ring My Bell”.  His soulful delivery on this incredible remix is rather refreshing while still mixing some incredibly heavy wobbles. The samples of the original are satisfying and tweaked in just the right way. Happy monday everyone and enjoy this free tune. Cheers.

Anita Ward
Ring My Bell (Kill Paris Remix)
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Skrillex – Reason (Tom Budin Remix)

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When I see Skrillex in a title of a track, whether it is an original or a remix, I just prepare myself for a corpus amount of heavily layered music with an extremely aggressive wobbles as if to simulating two sweaty robots having hot and oily sex. And while a few months back that heavy sound was appealing, for me at least, it has run its course. Talented as any producer may be, the trends keep changing and it is really their adaptability to adapt and create new experiences that sets talented musicians apart from others.

This brings me to up and coming seventeen year old Austrian producer Tom Budin. Taking on one of Skrillex more controversial tracks, Tom injects it with so much electro funk that even the original dubstep foundation is molded into an easily digestible and amusing sound. From its melodic backdrops within its build ups to the evolving and textured bassline, this remix brings a breath of fresh air to the already saturated dubstep scene. And it is a FREE DOWNLOAD.

Skrillex
Reason (Tom Budin Remix)
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