[Denver Giveaway] Worthy – NORAD Dance Bar, 1/24

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We’ve been consuming everything San Francisco based booty-house connoisseur Worthy has been lacing up as of late, which is why we are thrilled to announce our certified TMN ticket giveaway for the Dirtybird and Anabatic Records mainstay. This Friday, January 24th, Worthy brings a unique blend of what he describes as being “future booty house; a unique subgenre of bass, techno and twerk” to the Mile High City with opening duties from Denver based Action 52 & Uncle Buck, and we were more than happy to partner up to give away a pair of tickets to the show. In case you missed Worthy’s brand new free single “Get It” yesterday, be sure to check our feature out here as well.

Entering is beyond easy. Just fill out the mailing list form below, “like” the Worthy and HOME Denver Facebook pages, and we’ll contact you via e-mail. There are a few rules, of course:
- You must be 21 or over to enter.
- You are responsible for transportation.
- You must bring a valid form of ID to pick up your tickets at the door.
- You Must have a solid arsenal of dance moves in your toolbox to display on behalf of TMN

Good luck, ninjas!



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[NEW] Oliver – Night Is On My Mind (Dillon Francis Remix)

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Another absolute heater from LA representer Dillon Francis. This is an insane remix of Oliver‘s funk infused track “Night Is On My Mind”. Featuring some Kavinsky-esk vocals, mixed with massive drum work, it comes together for your standard Moombah banger from Dillon. Can’t say enough about Dillon’s upcoming album that will be released on Mad Decent some time this Fall.  His single with Totally Enourmous Extinct Dinosaurs, “Without You” is the only official release so far, and it’s epic. No news on the release date of this filthy remix, but we will keep you posted. Cheers.

Check out the Original track “Night Is On My Mind”, by clicking here.

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Night Is On My Mind (Dillon Francis Remix)

via Neighbors Hate Us

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[STREAM THE LINEUP] Global Dance Festival – Red Rocks July 19, 20, 21

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Summer.

A time when musicians gather at outdoor venues to fill the crisp warm nights with beautiful melodies and heart palpitating sounds while fans dance and sing to their summer nights ends.One of the most talked about summer 3-day concert series is coming up this weekend at the #1 ranked outdoor venue Red Rocks in beautiful Colorado.

The Global Dance Festival is back in it’s 11th year and the line up is off the walls this year. While I wish I could go into every artist on every night the truth is, this article would turn into a small book. So check out the fantastic line-up below and if you are in Colorado this upcoming weekend make sure to find your way up to the Red Rocks for three amazing nights of some incredibly talented musicians.

Friday:
Beats Antique, EOTO, Emancipator, Conspirator, Papadosio, Ott, Zoogma, Signal Path, Sorne, Bass Physics

DAFT PUNK
GET LUCKY (feat. Charles Butler) Beats Antique COVER
EOTO
Adyd
Emancipator
nevergreen
Conspirator
PowWow
Ott
Roflcopter
Zoogma
Elevated
Signal Path
Activated
Sorne
Shaman of Snakes
Bass Physics
Summer Solstice
Saturday: Savoy, Sander VanDoorn, Arty, Emma Hewitt, Carnage, Candyland, Robag Wruhme, Justin Martin, KTheory, Ecotek, JFlash, Dragon & Jontron, Triad Dragons, Joman, JQA, Turner&Heit, Aviva, Justin Sloe of Droog, Nutmeg, Oona Dahl
Savoy
You & I
Sander van Doorn
Neon (Edit)
Arty feat. Fiora
Grand Finale
Dash Berlin
Waiting (ft. Emma Hewitt)
Carnage & KillaGraham
Mr. Lover (Original Mix)
Candyland
Rick Rollin (Candylands OG Mix)
Ferrein
Meeting Sea / Robag´s Wolser Schelek NB
nude (justin martin remix)
KTheory
The Wall
Ecotek
Stardust Original mix
Dont Stop Calling (J Flash Mashup)
Dragon & Jontron
Blackout
Ellie Goulding
I Know You Care (Triad Dragons Remix)
Joman
New Dimensions (Out Now)
JQA vs. MFSS
Deeper Love (Original Mix)
AViVO
Watch Your Manners (Original Mix)
Inxec & Droog
They Wos
Oona Dahl
Eidolon (snip) Out now on YUMA Recordings
Sunday: Special Performance by Grizmatik, Mimosa, Griz, Gramatik, Baauer & R.L.Grime, Cookie Monsta, Craze, Seven Lions, DJ Green Lantern, Kill Paris, Ryan Hemsworth, Jim-E Stack, Sound Remedy, Savages, Basscrooks, Ishe, Fury
Grizmatik
Digital Liberation Is Mad Freedom
MiMoSA
SWRV
GRiZ
Gettin Live
Gramatik
You Dont Understand
Love Sosa (RL Grime Remix)
Chief Keef
Disclosure
You & Me ft. Eliza Doolittle (Baauer Remix)
Cookie Monsta
Yow Momma
CRAZE
ALL I KNOW
Seven Lions
Fevers (Ft. Minnesota and Mimi Page)
YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL (GREEN LANTERN BOOTLEG)
Kill Paris
Falling In Love Again (Feat. Marty Rod & Alma)
Migos
Bando (Ryan Hemsworth Remix)
Jim
E Stack
Sound Remedy
Chiaroscuro
Vaski
Baddest (Basscrooks Remix)
Citrus & Just Ben
Cream (Ishe Remix)
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[Denver Events] This Week at Beta 4/4

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Being a Top 25 Club from DJ Mag comes at no surprise as Beta Nightclub has been featuring an amazing array of talent this summer, and this weekend is once again no exception.

Being regulars at Beta, we figured we should share their line up with you, in hopes that you’ll come down and rage with us. Also, just like last time, we have arranged for something special.

MUSIC NINJAS GET FREE COVER

Details:
For the shows Thursday, Friday and Saturday, make sure you bring your phone with you. If you’re 21+, get there before 11pm, and show them this post on your phone – your cover is comped. Just make sure to enter through the front door, and not the side VIP entrance. Can’t wait to see you down there!

Felguk - April 4th

12th Planet
The End Is Near (Felguk Remix)

Xilent - April 5th

XILENT
BOSS WAVE

Donald Glaude - April 6th

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TMS 2
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[TMN EXCLUSIVE] Kid Ranger Interview + Free Downloads

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In my insatiable quest to bring party music to the masses each and every week with my Friday Party Playlist, I consistently come across some really intriguing up-and-coming producers. Kid Ranger first caught my ear with his remix of Savage’s “Swing”. This track lit up every party I went to and quickly moved up in the ranks of all-time best for these weekly playlists.

After a while of getting to know Kid Ranger a little better and hearing the depth to his music, we wanted to know a little more. So, today we’re bringing you an incredibly in-depth interview, as well as three exclusive tracks. We hope you get a better understanding of someone you will be hearing a lot more from for years to come.

CLICK TO DOWNLOAD KID RANGER’S TRACKS

Kid Ranger
Its A Vengeance Sample (Original Mix)
Avicii & Project 46
Crime (Kid Ranger Remix)
Big Chocolate
Blue Milk (Kid Ranger Remix)
Savage
Swing (Kid Ranger Remix)

TMN : Hey Sam, thanks for taking some time to chat with us today. First up, why don’t you talk about your favorite moment as a DJ/producer has been to date?

KR: I think I’d probably have to say it was about a week ago, when I was back home in Marin. My mom told me she wanted me to meet a new friend of hers who was in the music industry. Her friend ended up being Narada Michael Walden, who as I found out is a multiple grammy-winning producer/drummer who’s produced a ton of number one hits with Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross, and plenty more. Basically this dude was the REAL fuckin deal. I walked into his studio in San Rafael, and about 10 minutes into meeting the guy we were sitting in his studio with my computer hooked up, and me hesitantly opening up my laptop to pull up a copy of my Crime remix, in whatever uncompleted stage it was. I could tell he had met with a lot of his colleagues sons’ before and wasn’t exactly expecting a ton from me, but after listening to a couple minutes of the track I guess he was sold.

He kept telling me that I was “funky,” and I couldn’t decide whether that was a good thing or a bad thing until he explained it… he said “You see this guy, this girl, this guy,” pointing around to pictures and bobble heads of James Brown and the other incredible musicians he’s works with, “you know what they all had? They were funky. Some people just have it and some people don’t. And you’re funky.”

Granted, Narada isn’t exactly the most exposed person to electronic music, but regardless just having someone at his caliber of skill and success tell me that I had that “it” factor was definitely the most mindblowing experience I’ve ever had. And to put the icing on the cake, he actually asked me to start working on a couple projects with him and Tarpan studios, and while I can’t say much about em right now it should be really cool to see where this stuff goes. I still haven’t really registered all of it yet, it still feels kinda unreal that someone with that much clout would actually be impressed by my work, I just hope I can keep up and exceed the standards I set for myself now haha!

TMN: Let’s go back to your musical upbringings. You played guitar in metal bands as a teenager. How did you transition from metal to EDM?

KR: Yes, I’m another one of those guys who went from metal to EDM, however I never actually saw any success in metal, haha. I started playing guitar when I was about 12 or 13 I wanna say, and it kinda took over my life. And as it came time where I thought I was ready to start playing in bands and actually doing something with all the time I spent in my room, I quickly came to realize that trying to organize a group of 14-16 year old boys for weekly practices was not nearly as simple a task as I had hoped it would be. After starting a couple different “bands” with different groups of friends around my area, I came to the conclusion that if I wanted to get some music actually down on paper I’d have to do it myself. And that’s what EDM gave me. One of my friends showed me Swagga, and I remember just being absolutely blown away at the fact that the song triggered the same emotions in me as a metal song would. Shortly after that, one of my best friends picked up a copy of Ableton and started making tracks, and everything finally clicked. I was like, “well, if he can do it that I probably could figure it out too!” hahaha. I definitely had no idea how much I’d fall in love with the genre, I remember a time where I firmly believed I’d never let EDM take over my passion for metal, but there was really no stopping it once it had started.

TMN: Just out of curiosity, who is your favorite metal band?

KR: Oh, man… as I’m sure you’re aware that’s probably one of the toughest questions you can ask a musician haha! I’ll try to keep it brief though… I contribute 100% of my desire to pick up a guitar to Metallica, and at first was totally enthralled in Thrash, and as time went on I started listening to more metal core-ish shit. There’s honestly so many bands I used to and still do listen to that I don’t know if I could really pick just one. Stray From the Path have always been a gigantic inspiration to me, I could and have literally played their track Damien for hours on repeat, it’s just perfect haha. Also I couldn’t leave out We Came As Romans, their melodies and song composition is always so on point. Also Suicide Silence, definitely some of my biggest idols and a large factor of why I got so into heavy ass music. RIP Mitch!!

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The Mix Dojo Volume #2 [Mix Playlist]

For this weeks Mix Dojo, we’re starting off with RL Grime‘s most recent mix for Diplo and Freinds on BBC Radio 1. Starting off with a massive unreleased tune from What So Not, and featuring everything from Trap to Hip-Hop and even a filthy Drum N Bass remix of “Original Don”. Next up is Zeds Dead Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1, and it’s by far the best one this year. The Canadian dubstep gods drop about 10 unreleased ZD tunes, along with some other brain scrambling tracks. Yellow Claw‘s newest mixtape titled simply, “#5″ is pure gold, if you love Trap don’t miss this one. Seven Lions did this mix for OWSLA, and they released for free, melodic dubstep at it’s absolute finest. Make sure not to miss the mixes from: Justice, Avicii, TORRO TORRO, and the throwback from Rustie. Cheers.

Tracklist for RL Grime’s Mix on Diplo and Friends – 03.03.2013

RL Grimes Mix on Diplo and Friends
03.03.2013
Zeds Dead
Essential Mix

Tracklist for Yellow Claw – #5

Yellow Claw
#5

Track list for Seven Lions Mix For OWSLA

Seven Lions Mix For OWSLA

Tracklist for Justice (DJ Set) – Ed Banger Rec. 10 Years Party @ Paris

Justice (DJ Set)
Ed Banger Rec. 10 Years Party @ Paris (2013.03.01

Track list for TORRO TORRO – WINTER MIX 13

TORRO TORRO
WINTER MIX 13 (COURTESY OF GOTTA DANCE DIRTY

Track list for Avicii’s Mix on Diplo and Friends – 03.03.2013

Aviciis Mix for Diplo and Friends
03.03.2013

Tracklist for MYSTICAL WONDER MIX w/ KTN x BRILLZ

KILL THE NOISE and BRILLZ
 MYSTICAL WONDER MIX

Tracklist for Afrojack – Jacked Live @ 538 Studio

Afrojack – Jacked Live @ 538 Studio – 01.03.2013

Track list for MASSIV PRESENTS – ETC!ETC! MIX

MASSIV PRESENTS  
ETC!ETC! MIX

Track list for Styles & Complete PresentTURN UP! The Hour of Power Round 3 (Spring Break 2013 Edition)

Styles & Complete Present TURN UP! The Hour of Power Round 3 (Spring Break 2013 Edition)
SALVAS MIX for LUCKYME and RINSE

Throwback: 

Track list for Rustie – Essential Mix – BBC Radio 1 – April 2012

Rustie — Essential Mix — BBC Radio 1 — 7th April 2012
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[IDMA] Vote For Beta!

You’ve seen some of the best talent the world has to offer. You’ve seen the interviews. You’ve gotten our super secret free ninja cover. Now it’s time to help Beta out. Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you know that we love hanging out at one of the most well known clubs in the world, as we’re sure you do too. Take some time to show your love, and help out some friends of ours by voting for them in the IDMAs. We’ve made it as easy as possible for you. So click this link, and vote for Beta in the Best US Club, and Best Club Sound System.

Voting ends March 1st, so don’t wait until it’s too late!

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