[Dubstep] MUST DIE! X ETC!ETC! – Panic Attack ft. Anna Yvette

panic attack

We all know ETC!ETC! for his killer Moombahton and Trap hits, but before trap music took over the world, he and his friend MUST DIE! created this beautiful Dubstep track which is finally getting a release on Subhuman. Anna Yvette‘s soft lyrics guide the breakdowns before a massive filthy bassline crushes it. ETC!ETC! says that this is the only Dubstep song he’s ever composed, but with any luck, this may lead to more dub from the trap heavyweight.

Panic Attack ft. Anna Yvette (OUT NOW!!!)
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[Denver Events] This Week at Beta 3/7

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.


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!

Tritonal - March 7th

Bullet That Saved Me ft Underdown

Downlink - March 8th

Station Seven

DJ Craze - March 9th

All I Know
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James Blake – Voyeur (Dub)

James Blake
Voyeur (Dub)

James Blake is set to release his new album Overgrown, in a month time, to which we have seen the a preview of the first single Retrograde back in February. Now the British electronic producer is giving us another look at what we can expect with the dub version of ‘Voyeur’.

A simplistic approach to a much deeper production, the track mashes together dance principles with more chaotic layers of noise, all of course with a palpable bassline.

This is a radio rip of BBC Radio 1 Show with Benji B.

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The Mix Dojo Volume #2 [Mix Playlist]

For this weeks Mix Dojo, we’re starting off with RL Grime‘s most recent mix for Diplo and Freinds on BBC Radio 1. Starting off with a massive unreleased tune from What So Not, and featuring everything from Trap to Hip-Hop and even a filthy Drum N Bass remix of “Original Don”. Next up is Zeds Dead Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1, and it’s by far the best one this year. The Canadian dubstep gods drop about 10 unreleased ZD tunes, along with some other brain scrambling tracks. Yellow Claw‘s newest mixtape titled simply, “#5″ is pure gold, if you love Trap don’t miss this one. Seven Lions did this mix for OWSLA, and they released for free, melodic dubstep at it’s absolute finest. Make sure not to miss the mixes from: Justice, Avicii, TORRO TORRO, and the throwback from Rustie. Cheers.

Tracklist for RL Grime’s Mix on Diplo and Friends – 03.03.2013

RL Grimes Mix on Diplo and Friends
Zeds Dead
Essential Mix

Tracklist for Yellow Claw – #5

Yellow Claw

Track list for Seven Lions Mix For OWSLA

Seven Lions Mix For OWSLA

Tracklist for Justice (DJ Set) – Ed Banger Rec. 10 Years Party @ Paris

Justice (DJ Set)
Ed Banger Rec. 10 Years Party @ Paris (2013.03.01

Track list for TORRO TORRO – WINTER MIX 13


Track list for Avicii’s Mix on Diplo and Friends – 03.03.2013

Aviciis Mix for Diplo and Friends



Tracklist for Afrojack – Jacked Live @ 538 Studio

Afrojack – Jacked Live @ 538 Studio – 01.03.2013



Track list for Styles & Complete PresentTURN UP! The Hour of Power Round 3 (Spring Break 2013 Edition)

Styles & Complete Present TURN UP! The Hour of Power Round 3 (Spring Break 2013 Edition)


Track list for Rustie – Essential Mix – BBC Radio 1 – April 2012

Rustie — Essential Mix — BBC Radio 1 — 7th April 2012
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[Festie Preview] Snowball Music Festival – Winter Park, CO

Snow and music, music and snow, I mean this combination ranks up there with good ideas right alongside peanut butter mixing up with that jelly.

Only three years young, the Snowball Music Festival of Colorado is back this coming weekend, March 8-10, and this year the artists are bigger and better than ever. There is always that tough decision to make as a festival go-er; if two artists are on at the same time that you just have to see, how do you decide which artist to go get down with? Do you flip a coin? Have your best friend pick a number between one and ten? Or maybe, just maybe, the festival takes place in such an amazing outdoor venue that you have the ability to catch the first half of one of your favorite artists’ acts and then mosey on over to the other stage where your second favorite artist is laying down hard, hard beats. I’ll plead the third please and thank you.

This year, Snowball is taking place in the beautiful mountain city of Winter Park and as I mentioned before, this line-up would make any music lover blush with anticipation. So who to see? Well as much as I wish I could take up more precious space on the TMN site, I think I will break it down to one artist for each day that this ninja is beyond excited to see.

Friday, I’ve got to get a taste of that poetic justice with Kendrick Lamar. This 23-year-old Compton native has been taking the rap scene by storm in the past couple of years and he continues to turn out hits on every music piece he touches. Lamar’s music shows a candid vulnerability. Pair that with his smoky seducing voice and you have yourself one ear thrilling musician.

Saturday is an all day event and I may be biased but there is one artist who lights up the stage with not only his unbelievable set but also his soul sweeping music, Colorado’s own Pretty Lights. Derek Smith started off playing music at parties in Boulder and today is one of the most renowned artists of the music scene. Lately Smith has been saying he is trying out some new things and as a fan I’ve got to say I am always excited to see what new music Smith brings to the stage. Here’s to a late night of lights, instrumental persuasion, and body swooning melodies.

On Sunday, the final day of no rest, it is time to let digital freedom take over with the mad liberations of Griz and Gramatik or as the mash-up goes, Grizmatik. What can I say I’m a sucker for both of these insane electronic producers and when you put them together it just is double the pleasure double the fun. These two bring out the soul and the funk while not forgetting about your desire for the bass drops and hand-raising beats. A perfect duo to end of what is sure to be an amazing music utopia weekend.

Here’s to all the music, dancing and s-n-o-w this weekend Rado music lovers, see you there!

Digital Liberation Is Mad Freedom

Play Hard EP
Available Now on Beatport.com

Pretty Lights vs. The End Of The World 2012

Porter Robinson & Mat Zo

Kendrick Lamar
Bitch, Dont Kill My Vibe

1. Datsik
Cold Blooded

Take My Pain Away (Gigamesh Remix)

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[Dubstep] Alvin Risk – Skyclad

It’s been quite awhile since Alvin Risk has blessed us with an original mix of his own. With “Skyclad,” he assures us that it was well worth the wait. “Skyclad” is a dichotomy of sorts, a song of epic proportions with two drastically different sides representing the same coin. This may sound lame, but envision the song as a heated battle in Dragonball Z for just a second.

The minute and a half build up would represent the training and preparation needed for the huge duel. Once you hit the break though, you’re nose diving into the heart of battle, and all hell breaks loose. Risk pretty much removes all bars from there until about two and a half minutes in when the song calms down again for just a moment. That would be the period when Goku prepares his finishing move and then proceeds to unleash his entire strength on the baddie, finally ending the fight. I now expect any future fan videos to provide credit to me for bringing up the idea. Honestly, you could imagine almost any heroic scenario there, but the point is that Risk is able to create an atmosphere unlike anything else with his music. If you want to relive that fight again, I’d suggest purchasing the track, available now on iTunes.

Alvin Risk
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