[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 142)


Ninjas, you know what time it is?

We think it’s safe to say that the weekend is officially here, and it’s about the time to press play, throw your hands up to the sky, and yell “fuck this shit, I’m out.” Maybe do that last part in your head though, as we want you to still have a job come Monday morning.


Phony Ppl
End Of The Night (Louis Futon Remix)
Carly Rae Jepsen
I Really Like You (Mike Williams Future Remix)
S2V & Green Tea
Prince Fox
Wait Until Tomorrow
DJ Sub ZeroGIRL (Like That)
GURU 020
Vance Joy
Wasted Time (Lost Kings Remix)
Drop The Pressure (Bass Kleph Bootleg Remix)
Deadmau5 X Dillon Francis
Some Chords (Jauz ReRemix)
LUCA LUSH & Dirty Chocolate
KRNE x Alexander Lewis
Sunday Chords
OutSide (marshmello remix)
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[Electronic] HONNE- Didn’t I

Honne- didnt i
Didn't I

More affectionate music from Honne as they cover ‘Didn’t I’ by Darondo. Once again their signature sound puts us in a floating and free state of mind. We’ve watched them grow from the roots up with electric singles and cinematic visuals, but now the duo is less than a month away from releasing their Coastal Love EP, expected May 4th on Tatemae Recordings. The build up and delivery of this new music will provide much needed momentum for their upcoming UK shows and eventual migration over to the US. As we begin to turn the corner towards the latter half of 2015, I feel that Honne has the capability to really own it. Pre-order the Coastal Love EP now.

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[Electronic] Mura Masa – Someday Somewhere (EP)


After hinting at a new project at the beginning of the month, Mura Masa just surprise released his latest EP, Someday Somewhere.  The follow-up to his superb, instrumental debut, Soundtrack to a Death, sees the UK producer bringing in some friends to take on the vocals with features from NaoDenai Moore and Jay Prince. Sonically, Mura Masa continues evolving on the project with his lush, experimental and psychedelic approach shining and, although his production overachieves on its own, the talented featured singers and emcees (including himself!) make for a welcome addition that’s sure to add to the project’s appeal for some. Stream the whole project below or on Spotify here.

Mura Masa
Are U There
Mura Masa
Firefly (ft. Nao)
Mura Masa
Terrible Love (ft. Denai Moore)
Mura Masa
your bones (intermission)
Mura Masa
Low (ft. Jay Prince)
Mura Masa
Lovesick Fuck
Mura Masa
When U Need Me
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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 4/9 – 4/11


Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over the past year. We know you’ve have some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:

– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)

Note: This deal is not valid for the Carnage show tonight.

Carnage - April 9
I Like Tuh Feat. ILoveMakonnen
Protohype - April 10
Protohype X 12th Planet
Bacon Psalm
John Acquaviva - April 11
John Acquaviva, Olivier Giacomotto, Dan Diamond
Let It Go (Original Dub Mix)
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[Electronic] Tinashe – All Hands On Deck (Giraffage Remix)

All Hands On Deck (Giraffage remix)

Bay Area producer, Giraffage, has already worked his magic on a number of R&B classics proving to be one of the most agile, novel electronic producers in the space. Naturally, contemporary R&B artists are taking notice with the latest being Tinashe, who enlisted him to remix her already electronic-leaning “All Hands On Deck.” Giraffage departs slightly from his generally playful approach in favor of club-ready garage vibe flexing his versatility with phenomenal results. As always, the talented up ‘n comer seamlessly toes the line between tugging at our heart strings and making us dance. Give this one a listen above and, if you haven’t already, check out our interview with Giraffage.

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[Indie Pop] Day Wave – Drag

Day Wave - Drag
Day Wave

In the age of electronic music, many indie acts could struggle to appeal to the masses. Oakland-based musician Jackson Phillips a.k.a Day Wave once again proved otherwise with the release of “Drag”, a track that possesses an organic sound that is supported by the lo-fi vocals. The quick drums complement the clever guitar melodies, as the sustained vocals further bring out the uplifting vibe of the track. It’s one of those songs you’ll catch yourself singing along to after a couple of listens.

With only three tracks under his belt, Day Wave showcases his ability to create music with endless mellow melodies. As he continues to put out hits after hits, we simply can’t wait for what’s next for the talented musician.

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[House] TKDJS – Don’t Leave ft. AYER

Don't Leave ft. AYER

AYER and TKDJS team up to deliver a high energy house tune called “Don’t Leave”. We already know once we hear on the dance floor everyone will be going wild. This up-and-coming Brooklyn-based trio came about around sicx months ago with a goal to expand the limits of house music.

The soft and soulful vocals blend together perfectly with TKDJS’s awesome production. After a set of successful releases including his Ariana Grande’s “Problem” remix, which has gained almost 200k plays on Soundcloud, and being supported by Dr.Fresch on his latest OWSLA mixtape and being featured on power 106 LA, we think it’s safe to assume that these artists are going to make quite the splash in the industry.

You can stream and grab a free download below!



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