At this point, you’re no stranger to Nexus’ bass heavy dubstep sounds. This young Floridian producer has graced our blog numerous times, and he’s back again with his latest track, “We Got It.” This track is a slight change of gears for Nexus, which is actually quite refreshing. This time around he’s paired up with hip hop rhyme-slinger Hi-Rez and vocalist Kyle B.
This trio has developed a hot summer time jam. Hi-Rez has a speedy at times, yet always smooth delivery that plays perfectly with the silky vocals of Kyle B. Couple that with Nexus’ buzzing dubstep synths and you have a solid tune to crank with your windows down.
Case and Point are no strangers to TMN. We’ve posted their tunes before, and we will continue to do so. This DJ/Producer duo caught our hearts and ears with their Kavinsky vs Dada Life mashup, and now they’ve got us once again with their remix of Bingo Player’s “Out of My Mind.”
Bingo Player’s massive festie tune has been transformed by C&P. They left key elements perfectly in place but recreated the tune with a slowed down BPM. The end result? One god damn hell of a dubstep banger. Don’t take our word for it though, take one listen. Just don’t break your neck when the drop comes.
The Freestylers have covered it all. Massive festivals? Check. Biggest clubs? Check? Top of the Pops? Check. Over a decade of performing live music? Check. Horror film music video? Check. Wait, that one seems out of place. Well, as seemingly odd as it is, it’s is something this dance music duo can tout in their ever growing list of accomplishments.
The London based musicians recently enlisted the help of music film collective Blurred Pictures to help with their new music video. In the snowy mountains of Colorado, Blurred has set the backdrop for this upcoming Rub-A-Duck Records and Black Hole Recordings release. Actors Jon Jacobs, Nancy Pratt and Michael Roberts enter a world of terror set to the reggae infused dubstep track. What ensues? You’ll have to watch for yourself.
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 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!
NYC heavy bass hitter Dank just put together an absolutely ridiculous mix of originals, filthy remixes and solid dance floor hits. Put this bad boy on and hit the gym. You’ll go hard in the paint for sure.
2. Dank – New York Funkin City
3. Dank – Throw Down
4. Dank – Tunnel Vision
5. Dank – Hi6 (Chriz Luvly Remix)
6. Fedde Le Grand – Long Way From Home
7. Dank – Step Right Up
8. Miles Dyson – Trackster
9. Showtek & Justin Prime – Cannonball
10. Dank – Renegade
11. Sander Van Doorn – Kangaroo
12. Dank – Wonderchild
13. Avicii & Nicky Romero – I Could Be The One (Dank Remix)
14. Dank – New York Fuckin City (Dank’s Trap Edit)
15. Just Blaze & Baauer – Higher
16. Benny Benassi – Satisfaction (RL Grime Remix)
17. Zeds Dead ft. Movado – Undah Yuh Skirt
18. Dank – Blow Me (Calvertron Remix)
Deciding to make 2013 even bigger, the London-based dubstep act MODESTEP are on an onslaught of tour dates all across The United States bringing their movement of quality wobbles to as many cities as possible.
With the help of Music Ninja favorites Mimosa, Dirty Phonics and veteran dj/producer DJ Muggs, the Evolution Theory tour is starting to head west after an extensive coverage of the east coast early this year.
We are working with both MODESTEP and Interscope to bring you a solid ticket giveaway for the Los Angeles event at Club Nokia on April 18th. We have two sets of tickets, which means we’ll select two winners! Instructions are below:
How to enter:
1) Like The Music Ninja on FB
2) Like MODSTEP on facebook:
3) Comment below this post and tell us what is your favorite track from either MODESTEP, Mimosa, Dirty Phonics or DJ Muggs.
Contest ends Friday April 12th. Prizes include only 2 tickets to the show. No travel will be provided in this contest. You are responsible for getting yourself to and from the show. Winners will be notified through this comment stream via FB so please pay attention! Good Luck!
Before it all started Poppin’ Off, there as a story of three men and a duck. Sound silly? Maybe. But, this mowtown, soul, and EDM infused quartet (counting the duck) is anything but. Yes, we were first introduced to Watch the Duck with their big bassy track, “Poppin Off.” How did they get there though? Well, this genre bending group has put together a series of music videos telling the story of how they came to be.
The first release was ” Freedomville (Anatidaephobia Part 1)” The video displays a girl running from door to door opening them, curious as to what lies behind it. This symbolizes the band being sick of doing music for other people, and craving to find what they really wanted to do as musicians.
The next release is of course what we’re bringing you today, Lost In It (Anatidaephobia Part 2). This trippy, carnivalesque short film takes on a ride through the groups journey getting lost in the scene in Atlanta. The track itself provides the perfect association for this video. The big buzzing bass, haunting melodies, sharp electrified synths, and emotion rich vocals give this a thought evoking soundtrack to an already thought provoking music video.
Look for the third and fourth installments coming soon, which will complete the story and take us to what we are all familiar with, “Popping Off”. And while you’re waiting for that release to come about, head over to iTunes and snag a copy of Watch the Duck’s EP, Anatidaephobia.