[Denver Event Preview] Corona Electric Beach w/ Thomas Jack, JLEET, Lost Empire, option4 & KEEZ – 8/13

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If there’s one great thing about Summer, it’s the seemingly endless supply of craftily curated pool, daytime & rooftop parties. Of course, there are plenty of not-so-tastefully created parties, but we’re not here to talk about those. We’re here to highlight Corona Electric Beach‘s (which has held events in Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami and more) foray into the Mile High City of Denver, CO this Saturday from 2 – 8 p.m., which is armed to the teeth with quality artists. Headlining the bill is TMN favorite and international trop-house superstar Thomas Jack, who will no doubt look to wrap things up quite boisterously, while attracting more than a few Hawaiian shirts in the process. Most recently, the Australian wunderkind dropped the collaboratively anthemic house single “Rise Up” with Jasmine Thompson and is riding high on the heels of that one, so once again we’re getting geared up for another fun set from the global phenom of all things tropical.

Rounding out the rest of the bill are a slew of our favorite up and coming producers & DJ’s. Denver’s own option4, who has held down an artist residency with us while becoming one of underground dance music’s favorite personalities as well. The proper house artiste has released on some of House music’s biggest labels including Nurvous, Sweat It Out! and Ninja Tune, and looks to be a brilliant way to get things going. Rounding out the rest of support at Denver’s Lincoln Street Station will be opening acts Lost Empire, JLEET, and KEEZ. Check out our preview playlist below, get ready bask in some Summertime debauchery, crack a few Coronas, and revel in six hours of beats from some of electronic music’s finest. Corona Electric Beach’s Denver event is 21+, and will be free with an RSVP e-mail to info@findyourelectricbeach.com. We’ll see our favorite Denverites this Saturday!

’Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Thomas Jack Remix)’
’Autograf – Future Soup ft. Patrick Baker (option4 Remix)’
’Luminary – Amsterdam (Lost Empire’s Calling to You Rework)’
’Alt J – Something Good (Thomas Jack Edit)’
’option4 – DOAUK (Club Sweat)’

 

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[Chill] Billie Ellish – Six Feet Under (Aire Atlantica Remix)

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Six Feet Under (Aire Atlantica Remix)

We know that you all will agree with us when we say this summer has been quite a brutal one. With temperatures that have been draining every last ounce of energy out of us, we needed to find something that would bring our exhausted bodies back to life. Thankfully, we stumbled upon a new release from Aire Atlantica, which serves exactly this purpose.

After having recently discovered the sound that truly mirrors his mentality, Aire Atlantica marks the exciting beginning of a new musical journey with his beautiful rendition of Billie Ellish’sSix Feet Under.” The remix is both soothing and chilling as he masterfully weaves beating synths into the beckoning voice of Billie Ellish. His musical skill set creates a production that immediately places you in a state of ease and calm. We promise that you will find yourselves feeling refreshed and rejuvenated the second you press the play button.

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Moonrise Festival: Stream the Lineup, Win Tickets, & Get Funnel Cake With NGHTMRE [EVENT PREVIEW]

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Moonrise Festival is right around the corner, and we’re chomping at the bit to get the heck out of Colorado and over to Baltimore for this two-day, dance music extravaganza. If you haven’t picked up tickets yet, you definitely should act quick, as it’s close to selling out.

To celebrate our excursion out to the Charm City, we’ve put together a robust playlist that covers most of the artists playing each day. Before you dive in, though, you should know that there are a few opportunities to win tickets, upgrade to VIP, or even have some funnel cake with NGHTMRE.

Our friends over at Cadence & Cause partnered up with Moonrise Festival to help fundraise for three different charities. No matter which sweepstakes you enter, you’ll be helping that local community.

Enter to win two 2-day VIP Passes and benefit Blue Water Baltimore
Enter to win 2 VIP upgrades and a merch bundle and benefit Believe in Music
Enter to win a 4-pack of GA tickets and benefit Section 1
Enter to win a funnel cake hangout sesh with NGHTMRE and benefit Believe in Music.
 

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’All In Here’
’Giraffage – Make You Love Me’
’Green Velvet & Patrick Topping – Voicemail’
’Annie Mac premiere: The Alexanders ft. Anna Lunoe – Don’t Miss’
’Speaker Of The House – Wide Awake’
’Oliver Heldens X Becky Hill – Gecko (Overdrive)’
’Lev & Landis LaPace – Your Body (Original Mix)’
’Jerry Folk – I’m Honestly Not A Gangster’
’Said the Sky – Darling (Ft. Missio)’
’K.Flay – FML (SMLE Remix)’
’GRiZ x Big Gigantic – Good Times Roll’
’Mija & Vindata – Better’
’Shaun Frank & KSHMR – Heaven ft. Delaney Jane’
’RÜFÜS DU SOL – You Were Right (Louis Futon Remix)’
’Keys N Krates – I Know U (KRNE Remix)’
’Apashe x RIOT – Fire Inside’
’Marshmello – Alone (Original Mix)’
’JVST SAY YES – Gold Diggers (Ft Bear Grillz)’
’Tiësto & The Chainsmokers – Split (Only U)’
’Brillz & Ghastly – Hawt’
’FKi & Flosstradamus – Where Dat Dank’
’Doctor P and Flux Pavilion – Party Drink Smoke feat. Jarren Benton’
’Bassnectar & Jantsen – Every Time’

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Benny Benassi – TMN Residency Mini Mix [EXCLUSIVE]

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’Benny Benassi – TMN Residency Mini Mix’

To celebrate his Residency with us, as well as the release of his highly-anticipated new album, Benny Benassi is offering up this tasty mini mix that will turn even the saltiest curmudgeon into a Danceaholic. While you’re busting a move to this 30-minute mini-mix, make sure to catch it on camera. Why’s that, you ask?

Well, if you take a short video of yourself grooving, and share it using the hashtag #Danceaholic, you could be entered to win limited edition headphones, limited edition custom t-shirts, and signed posters. So, press play, and get that phone out!

Tracklist:
1. Benny Benassi & Chris Brown ­ Paradise
2.­ Benny Benassi ­ DanceAholic
3. ­Chicco Secci & Benny Benassi feat. Bonnie Calean ­ I Wanna Be Disco (2016 Edit)
4. Benny Benassi feat. John Legend ­ Dance The Pain Away (2016 Edit)
5. ­Benny Benassi & Vassy ­ Even If (Radio Edit)
6. ­Benny Benassi & Chris Nasty & MazZz ­ West Coast Patrol
7. Benny Benassi & MazZz feat. Elle Vee ­ Carousel
8. Benny Benassi & Marc Benjamin feat. Christian Burns ­ Who I Am (Back To The Future Mix)
9. Benny Benassi feat. Richard Judge ­ Out Of Control
10. Benny Benassi feat. Serj Tankian ­ Shooting Helicopters
11. ­Benny Benassi feat. BullySongs ­ Universe
12. Benny Benassi & David Zowie feat. Father Dude ­ Pandemonium
13. Benny Benassi feat. Sheare ­ I Keep Running
14. Benny Benassi & MaZz ­ Analog Heart
15. MOGUAI & Benny Benassi ­ Gangsta (Radio edit)
16. Benny Benassi ­ I Wanna Be A DJ

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[Dance] HWLS ft. ShockOne – Gamma

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Gamma (w/ ShockOne)

HWLS, the production project of Justin Elwin, just released a cross-genre dance gem that will pump up your Friday morning. HWLS first came into spotlight after Elwin teamed up with Ta-Ku with the release of tracks like “Plays” with Ty Dolla $ign and a remix of Tokimonsta‘s “Realla”.

Co-producing with fellow Australian producer ShockOne, HWLS combines a hardhitting bassline with sharp synth stabs to create an all-out infectious melody. To our surprise, Gamma’s high energy and upbeat production is drastically different than the chilled out and ambient vibe. The two various drops also put Elwin’s versatility in production in display. The genre-ambiguity will definitely satisfy a wide range of dance crowds.

Released via Future Classic, “Gamma” will be sure to make some waves for HWLS going into his debut US tour with Flume in August. Make sure to stay tuned for more tour info and exciting news for the talented HWLS!

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[Electronic] Super Duper – Angela

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Angela

Coming from the depths of Soundcloud to gain a respectable fan base is an insurmountable challenge for most producers. While all it takes is a single breakthrough production, it also requires a mix of luck and self-promotion in order to make waves and take off. This path to success has been replicated by the likes of Ryn Weaver, Khai, and Bryson Tiller. While it isn’t exactly a hotbed for electronic producers, Nashville-based producer Super Duper has made a big splash this week with his lone release, titled “Angela”.

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Next Up in TMN Residency: Benny Benassi

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Our Artist Residency program is one of our most prized possessions. Every month, we get to shine a spotlight on one of our favorite artists, showcasing them through a string of exclusive pieces. We try to rotate from month-to-month, as well, giving you a taste of both legendary and unknown artists. Well, this month falls under the former, as we welcome in long-time dance music icon Benny Benassi.

For us, our infatuation began early in Benny’s career. In fact, we were in attendance at his very first appearance in Denver at The Church Nightclub. The anticipation for this show was overwhelming, partly because Denver didn’t have the bustling music scene that it does now, especially when it came to dance music. The other reason was, of course, due to the tremendous success his global smash hit “Satisfaction,” from his debut album Hypnotica. The show was one that has stuck with us to this very day.

After that memorable tour, Benny continued his storied career, playing festivals like Coachella, EDC, Beyond Wonderland, and so many more, in addition to releasing two more albums, Phobia and Rock N Rave. As if the millions of adoring fans, and a stellar collection of originals and remixes wasn’t enough to solidify his legacy, he also added a Grammy to the list in 2008 for his remix of Public Enemy’s “Bring the Noise.”

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2011 brought another strong pillar to his resume, as the world became enamored with the release of “Cinema” which dropped on his fourth album, Electroman. Subsequently, a young, quickly rising producer by the name of Skrillex got his hands on it, and both his remix, and the original were cemented in dance music history. Following that, the hits continued to come through collaborations with Chris Brown on “Beautiful People,” and John Legend on “Dance The Pain Away.”

With the recent release of his fifth album earlier this month with Ultra Records, we figured it would be a perfect time to rope him in to be our Resident Artist for the next few weeks. Stay tuned for some exclusive content from one of the industry’s best and brightest.

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