[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week At Beta – 5/5 – 5/8

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As we continue along into 2016, we’re excited to bring you more opportunities to check out our favorite club. As you probably already know, we’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta for over three years now. We know you’ve had 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 on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Get there before 9PM on Sundays.
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only).
– The deal is valid for Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights.

Also, we should mention that you can head over to our friends at Cadence & Cause to enter for a chance to win a pizza party with Crizzly. It also comes with an epic 7-piece merch package too!

See you on the dance floor.

Gold Gone Wild - 5/5

’Kill the Noise and Tommy Trash – Louder (feat. R. City)’
’LOUDPVCK X GLADIATOR – Tony (Feat. Nipsey Hussle)’
’Urban Cone – Sadness Disease (Madeaux Remix)’
Crizzly - 5/6
’Ass Clap (feat. Nilo Stari)’
Manufactured Superstars - 5/7
’Manufactured Superstars & dEVOLVE – Too Close’
Keepers/Den of Snakes - 5/8
’One Of My Kind (Original Mix)’
’Den Of Snakes – Sunlight (Original Mix)’
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[House] Eric Sharp – A Little More (ft. Spencer Ludwig & Shandra Dixon)

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A Little More ft. Spencer Ludwig & Shandra Dixon

Here’s your tune of the day. “A Little More” is a combination of creative genius and a perfect display of genre-bending production. LA-based producer Eric Sharp envisioned a house tune that has the ability to stand out among the pack. He was inspired by the current electronic dance scene and decided to combine various musical elements to the making of this track.

The tune features eloquent trumpet work by Capital Cities trumpeter Spencer Ludwig, and gospel-style vocals by Shandra Dixon. The deep bassline gives the impression of a deep house track, but the trumpet comes as a surprise and provides us with melodic maneuvers. This unique fusion will definitely put you in a mood to dance your pants off.

Make sure to grab a free download if you dig the track. It’s always refreshing to see multiple musicians collaborating together on tracks that defy genres.

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[Future Bass] Andrew Luce & Graves – Up To You (feat. Chelsea Cutler)

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Up To You (feat. Chelsea Cutler) [Daruma]

Very few “Soundcloud producers” out there can switch up their style and create hit tracks in a heartbeat, and Andrew Luce can do just that. He’s also stepped out of the Soundcloud circle and recently made a name for himself after launching Daruma label. How many other 18-year-olds are able to accomplish what Andrew has done?

Collaborating with his labelmate Graves and singer Chelsea Cutler, Andrew Luce takes on a future bass tune that encompasses some catchy vocals and a melody-driven drop. To our surprise, “Up To You” is a complete 180 turn from what we usually hear, and it’s definitely a breath of fresh air. With so many tricks up his sleeves, Andrew Luce is set to take over the dance scene in the near future.

 

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[House] Matthew Warren – The Rough Life | Hear Me Out

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Brobot Records of New York City is all about the underground. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t push records from veterans like New Jersey’s Matthew Warren. The house veteran put out a double single through the imprint recently with an old-school sound that will have OG ravers going wild. Newer listeners can still jive with it as it is one groovy project.

Matthew Warren has been known for his house records for years, longer than most electronic dance music fans have been in the game. He’s been plugged by guys like Carl Cox, and there’s a reason for that: he’s an excellent musical artist. Just take the tracks “The Rough Life” and “Hear Me Out” that make up his Brobot project. Both share a deep style, but they each bring something a little different. “The Rough Life,” despite its name, is a bit more vibrant of a sound, with wonky piano chords and a bassline that make a near perfect pairing. With “Hear Me Out” we get a darker sound that’s more chill than groovy, although it still has plenty of groove. Check out both tracks and head to your digital store of choice to grab the EP.

’The Rough Life’
’Hear Me Out’
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Saturday Selection Vol. 4

Saturday Selection

Hopefully the April showers are finally over, because we’re desperately in need of some nice spring weather. A lot of the time, music shifts with the seasons, and we’ve got a few tunes for you this week to mark the change that’s underway. Enjoy!


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Pat Lok – You Street

Pat Lok straight up rocks. He’s been an ace producer of infectious house tunes for a while now, and his collection of remixes speaks volumes with its success so far. The latest tune he’s dropped on us is a funky original, teeming with smooth synths and rocking percussion that could easily become a staple in your poolside playlist during the months ahead. There’s no shortage of grooving with Pat Lok, and “You Street” is a great example of that.


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Klangstof – Island

It’s a moot point by now, but Mind of a Genius continues to push some of the best music. Their most recent signing, Klangstof, has finally followed up their debut tune with the ethereal beauty of “Island.” Something about this group is inherently magical, and their tunes help you to escape to a better place. The entire six and a half minutes of this song is absolutely immersive and spectacular. Don’t miss out their other recent release, “Amansworld,” either.


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Kultur – White Door (Ft. Khary)

Shifting from his normal ambience, Kultur delivers a slick hip-hop tune featuring vocals from Khary. Hopefully there’s more of this in store from Kultur, because it works for him. Whether you’re entirely familiar with his normal material or not, “White Door” already is a standout for the French producer. He prides himself on mainly emotional pieces of work, but this new tune just feels fun and is an intriguing switch-up. It’s no secret that there’s a large amount of talented producers hailing from France, and Kultur is upholding his end of the deal big time.


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Elohim – Sensations

Every new Elohim tune gets us more and more excited for her debut EP due out on May 20th. Even with an abundance of synth-pop artists out there, Elohim has continued to make her mark over the last year with stunning songs and an alluring, mysterious presence. “Sensations” feels more jubilant than most of her previous tunes, and it’s easy to see how she has been able to garner her popularity with ditties like this. She’s captivating, and we’re fidgeting in our seats just thinking about her debut project on the way.


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pools – summer sunday (sisasa remix)

SISASA is in no hurry to be anywhere based on the relaxing tunes we’ve heard. Each of the three songs released so far is wrapped in a tranquil and simple atmosphere, and, somehow, SISASA has managed to transform pools into an an even more serene invention. Complexity and technicality is always appreciated, but constructing a minimal melody and altering a sample in such a way that SISASA has takes a specific and careful type of production that can easily be disregarded. This works though. And it works well. End your day right with this one.


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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 193)

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Was it just us or were there a ton of awesome records that came out this week? This time around, our Friday Party Playlist is all party, no pre-game. We get straight into things with some heavy trap records and move into some fist-pumping house records of various styles. We top it of with some hybrid/dubstep tracks from the likes of EH!DE and Festivillainz. Before we meet those bassheads, we’re meeting up with the likes of Juke Ellington, Snavs, 5 & A Dime, Wiwek and more. They all are joining us in the dojo for some irresponsible dancing this Friday, and you can take the party with you throughout the entire weekend. As always, each of the tracks in our collection can be downloaded for free, so grab the ones that get you going wild. Have fun and #danceirresponsible.

’Juke Ellington – Liberty (Original Mix) HOME BVSS x BLAZE IT .Recs’
’Snavs & Fabian Mazur – Head Pop’
’Bro Safari – Snap (Dirty Audio Remix)’
’5 & A Dime – Mental (Original Mix)’
’Rudy Zensky – Dancefloor Riot (Original Mix)’
’A Billion Robots – I Got Love (Original Mix)’
’Made Monster – 1UP’
’BROHUG – PARTY PEOPLE’
’Wiwek & Alvaro – BOOMSHAKATAK Ft. MC Spyder (VIP Mix)’
’Data Wave – Black Karma’
’Funk4Mation x Who Came After – The Choosen One (EH!DE Remix)’
’Festivillainz – Need U (Original Mix)’
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[Giveaway] Indy 500 Snake Pit w/ Skrillex, Martin Garrix, Zeds Dead & DJ Mustard – 5/29 @ Indianapolis Motor Speedway

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Hundred Waters – Show Me Love (Skrillex Remix) ft. Chance The Rapper, Moses Sumney, Robin Hannibal
Martin Garrix – Now That I’ve Found You (feat. John & Michel)
Zeds Dead – Back Home (feat. Freddie Gibbs)
DJ MUSTARD – Whole Lotta Lovin

Racing fans, start your engines! If your need for speed runs as deep as your love for EDM, there’s no better place for you to spend your Memorial Day Weekend than the Indy 500 Snake Pit with Skrillex, Martin Garrix, Zeds Dead & DJ Mustard. Our friends over at React Presents have provided us with the distinct opportunity to give away TWO tickets to this very special event during the landmark 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race on Sunday, May 29th, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Here’s how to apply; just fill in your first and last name, and enter your email address in the form below. It’s really that simple. The show is intended for audiences of all ages, but you must have a valid photo ID with you on the day of the event to redeem your prize.

All entries must be in before May 9th, when the winner will be notified by email and provided with ticket vouchers that they will have to take to the event and exchange for wristbands. The vouchers are good for entry to the speedway and will provide them with instructions on how to redeem the tickets. You are responsible for your own transportation to and from the race.

For more details and info on The Indy 500 Snake Pit, go here. If you would like to purchase tickets yourself, make sure to head over to the official event page, and follow React Presents on Facebook, Twitter and SoundCloud to keep up with all the latest news and announcements as well as hear what they’re listening to at the moment.

Check out the teaser video below, and don’t forget to enter for your chance to win!

ENTER GIVEAWAY TO WIN TIX FOR THE INDY 500 SNAKE PIT

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