Flo Rida ft. Robin Thicke & Verdine White
I Don't Like, It I Love It (Kasum Remix)
Following the Blink 182 remix, Kasum is back with another infectious jam. Taking on “I Don’t Like It, I Love It” by Flo Rida, the NY-based producer provides a future bass rendition on the Top 40 track. Kasum manages to keep it fun and entertaining throughout the short duration of the tune, as there’s never dull moment. Cleverly sampling the whitsling, Robin Thicke‘s vocals and Flo Rida’s verse, it all results in an incredibly catchy song that’ll make you move up and down in a heartbeat.
With this release, Kasum once again proves that he can do it all. From progressive house to future bass, he can produce any trending sound for mass appeal. Out via Atlantic Records, this tune shows a new side of Kasum’s talents. Make sure to show some support if you like what you hear!
So many amazing DJs. So many memorable sets. So many late nights. So many mornings with sore legs and a mild hangover. Looking back, it’s hard to remember exactly how many shows we’ve been to at this storied Denver nightclub, but we know it’s been a lot. This weekend will help put that into perspective, as Beta celebrates its 7th anniversary.
In true Beta fashion, they’re doing things big. How big? Try five days of events. That’s right, tonight through Monday, you have five can’t miss shows to hit. Luckily for you, we can get you into a few of them for free.
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)
– Deal is valid for Friday, Saturday and Sunday only.
Fedde Le Grand - May 21
Subfocus - May 22
Simon Shackleton - May 23
Joris Voorn - May 24
Feed Me - May 25
Made In Heights
Panther (Clayjay Remix)
Following his last remix “Deer Stared At Me”, Clayjay is back with yet another crazy track. He knew he had to give this track a change-up as soon as he heard it for the first time, and the results are stupendous. Reworking Made In Height‘s “Panther”, the talented producer infused sharp synths and a chill trap beat to further bring out the ominous vibe of the original. The drums put accent to Clayjay’s signature sound, and the strings are kept to create the constant suspense throughout the tune.
The unique sound of Clayjay continues to impress us. It’s no question that the 18-year-old producer is well on his way to become a dominant force in the future trap scene. Make sure to grab this as a free download and show some support!
There’s a few things we know about The Magician: he’s Belgian, he makes good music, and he’s magical as hell. Following the success of his last original “Sunlight”, The Magician is back with another hit, this time venturing into future house territories. The smooth vocals set the scene for the heavyhitting bass synths, which provide catchy bounces to the drop that will seriously cause an adrenaline overload for all listeners. The bells that start off the tune are also there to end it, adding a surreal and mysterious vibe to the mix.
There’s literally nothing The Magician cannot do. This new track follows the sound of the future, and the Belgian absolutely crushed it. It’s safe to say he’s got more tricks up his sleeves than we could all imagine.
We’re in the middle of a historically dreary stretch of weather in Denver. It’s gray, cold, and rainy, and there’s no sign of anything different coming our way. We’ve exhausted our “Summer Playlists,” trying to bring some semblance of sunshine to our daily routine. We’re taking a different route today, instead embracing the grey with music to match.
This isn’t experience with our first with ØRKA. Last month, we brought you our first discovery of the intriguing Miami-based producer, and now we are happy to present his second original production, “Phantom.”
Dabbling somewhere in the electronica realm due to its fusion of organic elements – a dreary guitar melody, a pacifying vocal performance, and electronic additives – all that bolster the overall power of his compositional parts. It casually flirts with associations of artists both classic and modern, calling on associations of both Pink Floyd and James Vincent McMorrow.
Once again, ØRKA has graciously offered up his music as a free download for all to enjoy. We suggest you head over and pick it up, taking a few minutes to get helplessly lost in its stunning beauty.
No newcomers to these pages, Aussie club shakers Human Movement have been like a breath of fresh air to our dance fed Ninja lungs. And by fresh air, we mean a sweaty, sternum-thumping, greasy-house tipping kind of fresh air. After last appearing with us in February armed with the ragga stricken industrial-dance riddims of “Paradise”, Blake Gilray and Edward Macdonald’s project is back with another genre-blurring dance single: “Stranger”. True to Human Movement’s gritty, but extremely accessible blueprint, “Stranger”, touches on corners of a multitude of genre staples, yet remains completely unique to most everything else circulating the blogosphere dance wise. Human Movement pump a raw, warehouse-y industrial backbone as the most recognizable fuel for “Stranger”, encasing that aesthetic through an underground House structure while furthering a pop sensibility behind a spliced and gorgeous vocal track. It’s wonky, tasteful and dirty all at once, and as always, we hope you’re ready to dance to this one. Stream “Stranger” above, and take this one home in the form of a free download here.
Trippin (Mickey Remix)
Belgian producer Shameboy has been around through generations of electronic music maintaining his own unique, yet evolving, style through out. Last month, he unleashed “Trippin,” a gorgeous piece of slowly-developing, chilled-out electronic pop with stunning vocals from Max Marshall. The single has become a favorite in the blogosphere, and for good reason–it’s as intricate as it is catchy.
This morning, we’re excited to be bringing you the premiere of an equally intriguing house remix from fellow Belgian Mickey. Cutting the vocals and flipping the cadence, Mickey’s rendition draws the listener in with a 4×4, head-nodding tempo that, despite speeding things up, maintains the smooth, somber elements of the original. Once again, Marshall’s voice remains a vital component hypnotizing when combined with Mickey’s production. This one’s equally suited for a club dance floor or a sunny summer day. Give it a listen above and also make sure to check out the original here.