[House] Lucky Rose feat. Tep No – Wild One

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Lucky Rose ft. Tep No
Wild One

As if managing Ultra Music Festival wasn’t enough, the Ultra team put out one hot record with Lucky Rose and Tep No. Despite it’s name, “Wild One” is quite tame. This uplifting house single was the perfect release to have before the madness that is Ultra.

Now that we’ve had some time to get back into gear, we’re still jamming out to this acoustically influenced original. There are a lot of great house records out and there always will be, but every so often a song comes along that peaks out above the rest. “Wild One” is one of those. Although it was created by up and coming artists, it rivals some of the current top tracks in our opinion. Lucky Rose and Tep No are making it really hard not to buy this one, so head over to the digital service of your choice when the urge takes over to get a copy.

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[House] Marc Vedo Feat. Kylie Auldist – Ride Of Your Life (Radio Edit)

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Ultra Records has always been well regarded when it comes to putting out house music. The same can be said for the Bristol beatsmith Marc Vedo, who recently released a single with the veteran label. “Ride Of Your Life” dropped today, so it’s currently available for purchase on digital services if you so desire.

Marc Vedo isn’t the only one whose talents were brought to the table for this song. Singer Kylie Auldist performed on this vibrant house record. She adds a nice touch to a instrumental that, although strong, definitely is made for a vocalist to be on. With the upbeat Miami vibe, we can’t help but to think about MMW which is coming soon. We hope to hear this one while we’re there enjoying some sunshine!

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Trouze – Splash [TMN Premiere]

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Trouze
Splash (Free Download)

In March, the electronic trio Trouze will be releasing their highly anticipated single “Busy.” However, they didn’t want fans to wait any longer for a new song from them, so they partnered up with the ninjas for the premiere of their “Splash” single.

“Splash” is a lively, progressive record whose familiar, yet unique sound will certainly turn some heads. Vibrant piano chords headline a composition that shows off true song-writing talent. This single is a sign of new things to come for the trio; a fresh start to a new chapter in their creative lives together. With three veteran musicians, Trouze is always able to bring strong tracks to the fold that are anything but average. “Splash” is no different, as it has everything a hit house instrumental needs. Enjoy a first listen to “Splash” today to get ready for the arrival of “Busy” next month.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 2/2 – 2/5

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With old man winter bearing down on the Mile High City, we have one thing and one thing alone on our mind. It’s time to head down to 19th and Blake and get toasty in the best way possible – by dancing to some top notch beats. Per usual, we’re making it incredibly easy for you to get off your couch and head down. Why’s that? Because we’re hooking you up with free entry.

Here’s how:
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Get there before 9:00 on Sunday
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only).
– The deal is valid for THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY this week.

4B - 2/2
Joyryde - 2/3
Manufactured Superstars - 2/4
Nick Fanciulli - 2/5
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[House] Mindex – Opal Senses (EP Review)

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Mindex is a Russian producer of intricate electronic music, eclectic collages he calls “full spectrum sonic constructions from the future for your third eye and ear. Sometimes he dabbles with jazz or hip-hop motifs, other times he makes cerebral downtempo, but his new EP, Opal Senses out on Time Resonance Music, is a rare combination of psychedelic bass music and four-on-the-floor dance music.

Not that these two classifying terms are mutually exclusive – “acid house” was particularly psychedelic and bass heavy – but Mindex fuses on Opal Senses the best from the bass music world (think Symbiosis Gathering, Burning Man, Envision, Shambhala Music Festival) with the stalwart “house” beat always heard in clubs the world over. Imagine the staple of fine aldente pasta as the medium for a rich, flavorful new sauce you may have never tried before. This is a metaphor for Opal Senses.

“From East To West” immediately envelopes you in the “full spectrum” of sound described on the producer’s Soundcloud profile. A thumping bassline syncopates with a little 2-step. Weighty bass synthesizers stab and sweep over the beat and wrap each bass kick. There’s a great deal going on – glitching pops and intricate percussion here, traditional dance melodies there. It’s a gnarly club track if ever there was one. “Olympia” starts as a low down, rather anxious jam. Reverb on many of the sounds creates the effect of a dark, industrial room. A sly, squishy bassline permeates this tune, on top of which you’ll hear a simple descending melody that balances with the rather complex sound design taking place everywhere else. With a slight increase in tempo, “The Ones Who Watch Us” rounds out the EP with gusto. It’s the most minimal of the three tracks. Strings dance over the house beat, a clock-hand sounds like its clicking time away, and a classic acid house synth keeps the pace throughout.

Mindex is talented, and his catalog of music becomes even more diverse with the addition of this highly danceable EP. Grab a download here, and perhaps one of these tracks will find its way to your club playlist or DJ deck. The colorful cover art was created by Archan Nair.

Mindex – From East To West
Mindex – Olympia
Mindex – The Ones Who Watch Us
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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta – 1/5 – 1/8

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With old man winter bearing down on the Mile High City, we have one thing and one thing alone on our mind. It’s time to head down to 19th and Blake and get toasty in the best way possible – by dancing to some top notch beats. Per usual, we’re making it incredibly easy for you to get off your couch and head down. Why’s that? Because we’re hooking you up with free entry.

Here’s how:
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Get there before 9:00 on Sunday
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only).
– The deal is valid for THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY this week.

Laidback Luke - 1/5
Must Die! - 1/6
NYE Recovery Party - 1/7
Proper Residents - 1/8
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[House] Cages – The Music feat. Black Gatsby

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Cages
The Music

Cages‘s music is consistently infectious and the funky beat of “The Music” paired with Black Gatsby’s smooth vocals is no exception. The high energy tempo and soulful vibes creates an overwhelming urge to lose yourself from the outside world and deeply immerse your mind and body in a melody fit for every dance floor. While some of us are delving into the coldest months of the year, this track, released on Ultra Records, is keeping us warm and we’re in complete agreement with the catchy vocals, “I lost my mind in the music and I love how it makes me feel.” “The Music”can be purchased or streamed here.

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