[Electronic] MEMBA – Heat of the Moment (feat. GIIA & Hoosh)

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MEMBA
Heat of the Moment (feat. GIIA & Hoosh)

“Heat of the Moment” is a special one. MEMBA was working some next level magic when they were in the studio conjuring this masterpiece with GIIA and Hoosh. Elysian Records put this one out this week, so it is currently available on digital services.

There’s nothing remotely off about this record. It is perfection in every way; every single little tone is right where it needs to be, from the vocals down to the minute parts of the instrumental. Buying this one is a no brainer. Even if you’re not the type of person that buys/downloads music anymore, you just got to have this one. It’s a unique track that we know we’re going to be playing for a long, long time. “Heat of the Moment” doesn’t lose any of its magic, even if you try to play it out. There’s just no stopping this one.

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[Electronic] Unlike Pluto – Someone New feat. Desi Valentine

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Unlike Pluto
Someone New (feat. Desi Valentine)

Not long ago, Monstercat resident Unlike Pluto released an impressive trilogy of originals, so it’s really no surprise that his most recent single continues to portray this artist’s growing talent and diverse range of sound.

The soulful, yet relatable, love ballad features sultry vocals from Desi Valentine, an array of horns, and an intriguing mix of dark and light, airy vibes capable of invoking an emotional energy sure to be felt by the crowd as Unlike Pluto continues his current tour with Seven Lions. The tour is wrapping up so catch them while you can at one of these remaining dates. The track is out now, buy/stream “Someone New” here.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 223)

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We hope you stuffed your face and enjoyed Thanksgiving. Now, it’s the weekend, and you get to party all you want, instead of kicking it back with your family. Sure, some of you may have even partied yesterday, but now it’s Friday so the party won’t stop. As we do every week, we collect our favorite free downloads and share them with you. Here we have twelve records, including a closing few with some chilled out vibes to bring your night to a close with ease. Records from this week come from Statik Link, ATLiens, Convex, RIOT, NIGHTOWLS and many more. Stream, download, and enjoy; most of all, #danceirresponsibly.

’Statik Link – Bring Tha Funk Back’
’Wet Paint & Apriskah – Miss You’
’Buku – Freaknik (ATLiens Remix)’
’Kyral x Banko – Every Time’
’Topi – Danger Time’
’Destructo & Wax Motif Feat. Pusha T & Starrah – Catching Plays (CONVEX Remix)’
’Knife Party & Tom Morello – Battle Sirens (RIOT Remix)’
’Bare Noize & JuJu – Thump Therapy’
’Adventure Club Ft ELEA – Dreams (NIGHTOWLS X Fransis Derelle Remix)’
’My Number (Ramzoid Remix)’
’seba yuri – floating 🍃’
’Black Beatles w/ madebyswavy and valleyz’
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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 11/23 – 11/27

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Thanksgiving weekend is finally here! Along with football, epic naps, and endless plates of turkey, mashed potatoes, and stuffing, we can also look forward to a bass-heavy weekend at Beta Nightclub. Per usual, we’re making it incredibly easy for you to get off your couch and head down. Why’s that? Because we’re hooking you up with free entry.

Here’s how:
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11pm on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Get there before 9:00 on Sunday
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only).
– The deal is valid for WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY this week.

Kill the Noise - 11/23
’AWOLNATION – Run (Kill The Noise Rmx)’
Ephwurd - 11/24
’Jauz & Ephwurd – Rock The Party (Original Mix)’
Pendulum DJ Set - 11/25
’Pendulum – Slam’
Manufactured Superstars - 11/26
’You Got The Love – Manufactured Superstars and Noodles’
Dubfire - 11/27
’Hot Since 82 & Habischman – Leave Me (Dubfire Playa Remix)’
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[Electronic] Bechara – The Darkness

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Bechara
The Darkness

A name that is new to the industry is Bechara. The artist is only on their second release, but already is turning some heads with his music. Today, we present to you his latest work, “The Darkness.”

“The Darkness” was released a few days ago as a free download through the artist’s Soundcloud channel. No gate; simply click to download. Bechara’s style here is a cool mixture of pop with French electro. The strolling pace of the BPM sets up a good bit of energy for Bechara to work his magic. A strong vocal performance atop a classic bassline is never a bad idea and Bechara executes it with great precision. Bechara seems to be going down the crossover path, which could leave potential for some huge things in the future.

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[Resident Label of the Month November] Circus Records

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Here in the dojo, we’re ending the year with something special. To end November and takeover December, the Circus Records crew has joined up with us ninjas to be our Resident Label of the Month.

Since 2009, Circus Records has been one of the pillars in bass music, specifically dubstep. If you take a look at its founders, which includes Doctor P, Flux Pavilion, Simon Swan and Earl Falconer, you see how that was accomplished. The London-based label now is the exclusive home to artists such as Cookie Monsta, FuntCase, DISKORD and more. Together, these bass behemoths put out some of the gnarliest wubs you can find around the world.

2016 has been a tremendous year for the label. To close it out, not only are they partnering with us in residency, but they recently released their compilation, Circus Three, complete with thirty tracks. Safe to say, you should be covered in December with more than your fair share of low frequencies. Stream some of the tracks below, but make sure to head over to the digital service of your choice for a copy of the full project.

’Flux Pavilion and DISKORD – Locked In feat. Flowdan’
’Doctor P and Flux Pavilion – Party Drink Smoke feat. Jarren Benton’
’FuntCase and Max Headroom – Lets Do it’
’Cookie Monsta – Ruff feat. Tima Dee’
’Doctor P and Adam F – The Pit (feat. Method Man)’
’MARK THE BEAST – In Love With The Devil feat. Seids (Circus Records)’
’Standard&Push – Wonderland feat. Rebecca Devereux (Circus Records)’
’CRaymak – Tesseract (Circus Records)’
’I.Y.F.F.E and Holly – Big Time Player’
’Cyran – Just Like You (Circus Records)’
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[TMN Exclusive Interview] Goldroom Delves Into West of the West & Musical Metamorphosis

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Unless this is the first time you’ve trekked through the hallowed grounds of TMN, you’ve no doubt ran into at least a song or two from L.A. based producer Josh Legg and his solo remix project turned nationally touring live act Goldroom. He, and the rest of Goldroom’s live iteration just recently wrapped an expansive, 30 date live co-headlining tour with fellow TMN regulars Autograf, and before quite a memorable show in Boulder, CO, we had a chance to catch up with Josh on the heels of Goldroom’s debut long-player West of the West, and ended up having one of the more in-depth conversations regarding music we’ve had in some time. Enjoy our interview with Goldroom below.

The Music Ninja (TMN): Alright… Matthew Bloss of The Music Ninja here with Josh Legg, the mastermind behind the Goldroom acclaim. First off, thanks so much for taking the time before your show to sit down with us. Firstly, you just recently released your first full length LP under the Goldroom name, West of the West, which we’ve had the chance to listen to a couple times and I really, really enjoyed it. After talking to friends around the music industry who know you, and from following your social media accounts, this was something that has been years in the making. Can you speak a little more to that? How long has West of the West, been coming together, and how does it feel now that it’s finally out?

Josh Legg (JL): Yeah, I mean there was a moment in time, probably in 2013, right after we started to tour with the live band for the first time, that it was just really clear that at some point if things went the right way that at some point I was going to need to put a record out. And I’ve always lived my life, sort of through albums of other people’s. So, I started thinking about it right then… I was thinking about the first Goldroom record as early as January of 2013, so I’ve kind of been writing for it for three years now. But, I don’t know, it’s weird… You were saying earlier, that you guys have been paying attention for along time. But, if I walk into a radio station or something like that, I’m going to talk about it (West of the West) like it’s my first statement, but in a lot of ways it feels like my sophomore record because the Embrace EP took me all around the world twice, and I got to play Coachella this year, and I released that independently… and that EP did all of this. It’s a seven song EP, and for a lot of purposes it worked as my debut full-length record, so this is actually closer to my sophomore record from sort of a traditional perspective. But, I wasn’t thinking about that EP in the same way that I was thinking about West of the West. I wasn’t thinking like, “Hey, would I be proud of this if I died?” But, I have been thinking about that with this record. I wanted this record to be so good that, when I die, I’m going to be like “I have this at least. At least I did this, and I’m proud of it.” hahaha. And, I don’t know, as things went a long, I started to feel more and more strongly about certain things about the way producers in my world were making records. And I was getting more and more discouraged with the fact that it was just this endless cycle of people throwing acapellas to each other, and getting random features and finsing out that the artists, that you think that you love didn’t even write the song that you loved. And, I want a glimpse into people’s hearts I guess. And so, the only thing that I promised with this record is that for better or for worse, it would really be me.

’Goldroom – Silhouette’

Read the rest of our interview with Josh Legg after the jump!

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