Major Lazer continues its unique and genre-fusing island style with yet another stellar single. This time around, theycall on dubstep legends Flux Pavilion to create an awesome clash of reggae and hard-hitting bass. Sampling Johnny Osbourne’s ”Mr. Marshall,” Diplo manages to cultivate the sound we are used to from the Lazer, setting the stage for Flux’s ground-shaking contributions, guaranteed to help kick off your week.
Major Lazer’s Free the Universe is set to drop February 19th. In the meantime, stream this huge collaboration below and make sure to check out the epic, animated lyric video above.
Well ninjas, it’s finally Saturday and today we have just the thing to help shake off any lingering symptoms of a long night of partying. Rising American electronic producer, MitiS, is back again with yet another outstanding melodic dubstep original. “In My Eyes” is an exceptional lovestep track featuring MitiS’ whimsical synths, fanciful piano melodies and the perfect amount of bass. MitiS gave this track out for free after gaining 11,000 likes on Facebook so I highly suggest you download this spectacular free tune and more importantly keep an eye on MitiS, this guy is going big places. Enjoy.
A few weeks back, Adele, unleashed her latest single and more notably the theme song for the next James Bond film, ”Skyfall”. “Skyfall” follows the formulaic flow James Bond theme songs have grown to embody over the years, however, “Skyfall” has one key aspect adding to its musical integrity, the illustrious vocals of Adele. Adele’s raspy and alluring vocals entrance the listener and coalesce impeccably with the undertones of the original. Today however, thanks to Clark Kent & Oscar Daniel, “Skyfall” has emerged once again in a very different light. Clark Kent & Oscar Daniel support Adele’s resilient vocals with a resounding melodic bassline and expertly produced synths. This is how espionage, deceit, and risqué love affairs are meant to sound. This is James Bond.
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Drum & Bass masterminds, Noisia drops a bangin’ remix of The Prodigy’s track “Smack My Bitch Up”. This time Noisia switches it up with some brain scrambling Dubstep that is sure to have you on the edge of your toes. Flawless drum work throughout this entire tune, and each drop is unique especially the second one that is just mind altering. Enjoy this rip from the Mista Jam show on BBC Radio 1. Cheers.
If you haven’t already, scope the insane music video for the original, by clicking here.Seriously though, prepare yourself.
The Prodigy Smack My Bitch Up (Noisia Remix) at MistaJam 2012
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!
Dirty South & Alesso Ft. Ruben Haze City Of Dreams
Anyone who says the music business isn’t alive and thriving in Denver, obviously hasn’t been paying attention. Aside from the marquis names like Pretty Lights, Big Gigantic, The Lumineers, and Savoy, there’s also a ton of smaller artists throwing down some solid tracks. In this particular case, progressive house duo Axis of Evil have teamed up with electro house producer Jontron to drop “Pineapple Express.” In this release we not only get an buzzy, dance-inducing house track, but we also get some tasty remixes as well.
That’s the thing about the scene in Denver. These artists work together to help each other out, and bring each other up. It’s a great thing to see in an otherwise cut throat business. With that being said, the remixes below are from other reputable Denver artists. You’ve probably heard of a few of these names at this point, so we won’t delve too far in descriptions. Just know that Joman, Ecotek, Tangle and Matuesz and Ishe all do this stellar track justice in their own way.
If you dig these tracks, make sure to head over and Global Dance Music, and check out some of their other work.
Pineapple Express (Original Mix) Axis Of Evil & Jontron
Happy Hallo-Figure-ween to every bass head out there. Nothing better than an artist dropping a monster blood-pumping volume of 15 spooktastic tracks during the Halloween season. A master of his craft, Figure is back with the 3rd volume of his madly popular Monster series. The full-length LP is loaded with Figure’s renowned heavy bass sounds and the artists he collaborated with are nothing short of spectacular.
First up, none other than MOTLEY CRUE’s Tommy Lee who lends his insane drum skills to “Pounds of Blood”. Listeners can just picture a room covered in red as Figure drops mad bass and vocals around Lee’s pounding beats. A dance floor desired, “Michael Myers is Dead”, Figure pulls from his past and throws some electric sound drifts throughout the tune while keeping close to his jaw grinding grit sound. As the man in the song repeatedly will tell you, Michael Myers is F***in dead but hot damn, this song could bring him back. Sounding like a lullaby for any little monster, “Creepin” features filthy vocals by underground marvel PROE. The song will send a haunting shiver down any listeners spin making them want to either hide in fear or dance in admiration; I would pick the later.
Some other music magicians, J. Rabbit, Oscillator Z, Alex Sin, Dr. Ozi and Phrenik, throw down some raw jaw-dropping remixes on the volume adding fuel to the already bass heavy fire. Figure combines a mix of electro beats with ghoulish sounds and bass bending dives to give each track on the volume a horrifically wonderful sound. Go pull some tricks because this volume is the biggest treat any listener will get this Halloween season.