Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over two 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
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)
– The deal is valid for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
See you on the dance floor.
Benny Benassi - 9/24
Benny Benassi & Marc Benjamin ft Christian Burns
Who I Am
Vanic - 9/25
Be Together (feat. Wild Belle) (Vanic remix)
Superstar Saturdays - 9/26
Unconditionally (Manufactured Superstars Remix)
Nicole Moudaber - 9/27
Too Strong (Nicole Moudaber Remix)
Keep Shelly In Athens ~ Benighted (Different Sleep Remix)
This Different Sleep remix might just be the coolest thing we’ve heard today. The Chicago-based producer put his own spin on his Friends of Friends label-mate’s track “Benighted”, and turned it into this breathtaking downtempo tune. Different Sleep combines a light bassline with Keep Shelly in Athens‘ chill-out elements and sustained vocals, resulting in five minutes of dreamy adventure. A series of synth stabs and piano licks elevate the track with a majestic effect, yet remaining a mysterious vibe. We became a fan soon after the very first listen. Whether you’re listening to this when you’re sleeping, driving or doing work, this gem definitely serves its purpose.
Different Sleep is supporting Keep Shelly in Athens for their North American tour this fall, so don’t miss out if you want to catch these talented individuals!
PatrickReza: W(≈)MPS FOR WATER
We’ve had the pleasure of watching PatrickReza evolve over the years, continually relishing in his inventive tunes, regardless of genre. Now, we get to see the next step in his evolution, as he turns his attention onto providing clean water for people in Kenya, Uganda, India and Haiti.
Fans of Reza won’t want to miss the opportunity to win a pair of his signed SOL REPUBLIC headphones. On top of the chance to pick up this legendary piece of memorabilia, each entry will buy water filters which can provide a person with clean water for a year. Think about it this way – if you contribute the minimum ($2), you’ll provide 40,000 gallons of clean water to those in need. Pretty insane, right?
To highlight his recent campaign with our buddies over at Cadence & Cause, Mr. Reza has dialed up an absolutely filthy mix, which includes a few unreleased tunes, as well as some of his favorites at the moment. If you’re really feeling it, you can get it for free by entering to win his headphones. That’s also the only way you can figure out what the tracklist is too.
Cant Feel My Face Ft. Ian Everson
It won’t be long before Minneapolitans, St. Paulites, and the rest of Minnesotans find an all too familiar second meaning to the line “I Can’t Feel My Face.” Whether or not this stellar remix from Twin City-based producer/DJ had that in mind when he stepped into the studio will remain unknown. What we do know is this – this remix/cover, which was dialed up by Truancy and vocalist Ian Everson, will certainly heat up the dance floor for the coming months, providing not only Minnesota, but the rest of the country with a vehicle to warm themselves up while cutting some rug.
In a city where bass and big drops reign supreme, this up-and-coming producer is being hailed as somewhat of a hometown hero, serving up those who want to populate the early morning windowless warehouses. One listen through this artful house interpretation should have you feeling the movement he’s currently spearheading, by means of a driving kick, funky bassline, enveloping melodies, and those sultry vocals.
As he’s done in his own scene, Truancy (with the help of Ian Anderson) separates himself from the pack of other producers across the globe who took on this wildly popular song. To top it off, this remix is a prelude to something bigger than himself, which will be coming out next week via the charitable music platform, Cadence & Cause.
We suggest you stay tuned and find out what exactly that will be.
Two family members from Texel, an island of Holland, have launched a new project called Campsite Dream. Their first song is a tropical house jam called “Crush.” The two producers killed it with their heart-warming instrumental that will melt away any bad feelings one can have. Laid on top of the exquisite composition is a vocal from an unlisted female whose performance is nothing short of captivating. There’s something superbly genuine about this record, which is why it’s so easy for listeners to connect to it. Great tropical tracks are few and far between, but this one is easily one of the top that have come out in recent memory. For a first track, Campsite Dream did well, and we hope to hear more from these two again soon!
Oceanview Dr. (Liquid Todd Sirius XM Rip)
“Oceanview Dr.” comes to us from Notaker, an artist from St. Louis who formerly went by Dave All The Rave. After going through a name change, Notaker dished out this original through Brooklyn Fire Records. “Oceanview Dr.” sounds like it’s straight from the golden age of progressive house, it’s magic. Notaker has always been someone who is able to amaze, no matter what style he takes a stab at. Funky, fresh and fun, this record has everything you need for a good time. I had the pleasure of hearing what Notaker has up his sleeve for the future, and I’m excited for you all to hear when the time comes! For now, head over to Beatport and purchase this one.
All I Need feat. Beth Aggett
We might’ve just found your next favorite house tune. Brooklyn-based duo Chordashian just teamed up with vocalist Beth Aggett from London for this stellar hit “All I Need”.
Beth’s infectious vocals are definitely the highlight of the track. Harmonizing with her own melodies, her powerful vocals soar throughout the entire song. The melodic piano chord progression drives the tune really well and further brings out the emotional aspect of the track. The deep bassline fits right in as well, leaving you dancing and singing along at the same time. What really impressed us is the level of production in this track, as it’s one of the first ever deep house tunes put out by the duo. They’ve once again shown us the limitless diversity in their music.
Out via Thrive Music, this tune is bound to be a massive hit. Make sure to support these guys if you dig the track!