Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta for over the past year. We know you’ve have some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. We recently spoke with the Rolling Stone #1 Club in North America just last weekend, and you know what they said about you? That they love you guys, and they love the energy the ninjas bring to the crowd.
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:
- Get in line up front door before 11 pm
- Show this post to the cashier
Boom. That’s it, ninjas! The only stipulations are that you have to be 21 and up, and in the door by 11pm.
Who’s going to be lighting the decks up this week? Peep the killer talent below.
Boys Noize - October 17th
Animal House Tour feat. Bro Safari - October 18th
Kill The Noise
Rockers (Bro Safari & UFO! Remix)
Mord Fustang - October 19th
Too Much Ft. Sampha (Love Thy Brother Remix)
For all you ninjas looking to celebrate the passage of hump day, production duo Love thy Brother, who are in fact brothers, have got you covered. On their latest release, the Montreal-based producers flip Drake‘s “Too Much” into a groovy, danceable track. With just Sampha‘s chorus and a few brief portions of Drizzy’s verse, this rework takes on its own feel that is miles from the somber and introspective original. Rather, the brothers throw in some upbeat drums and an incredibly addicting disco bassline making it hard not to bob your head.
Get your weekend going early with some funky good-vibe music above. You can grab the song for free at Love thy Brother’s Facebook page by hitting the Buy link in the player.
Run Hide Survive Mini mix
What better way to celebrate the release of a new EP than hooking your fans up with an absolutely filthy, dance-inducing mini mix? That’s exactly what Brighton U.K. based duo South Central has put out today, exclusively on TMN. This twenty track gem features razor sharp synths, electrifying drops and constant energy. The high octane, well crafted mix certainly drew our attention to their new EP, which just came out on Dim Mak yesterday.
Aside from the solid production and seamless mixes, these two also have one of our new favorite quotes.
We just do what we feel like, whenever we’re in the studio or on the stage, fuck it.
1. South Central – Invasion
2. South Central – Bass Monster w/ Firebeatz & Schella – Wicked
3. Sander Van Doorn – Joyenergizer ( Lazy Rich Remix )
4. Autoerotique – Play That Again
5. Knife Party – Lrad w/ Zedd – Clarity w/ Martin Garrix – Animals
6. Dimitri Vegans & Like Mike – Watch Out For This
7. John Christian – Flight 643 w/ South Central – Spray
8. Knife Party – EDM Death Machine
9. Zomboy – Raptor w/ Showtek – Booyah
10. Qulinez – Noise
11. Le Castle Vania – Disintegration
12. South Central – Star Wars ( Angger Dimas Remix )
13. I Am Legion – Upper Ratio
14. Digitalism ft The M Machine – Lift
15. South Central – WTF U LOOKIN AT
16. Wolfgang Gartner & Tommy Trash – Hounds Of Hell
17. Gregori Klosman – Come On
18. Dogblood – Middle Finger w/South Central – Jaw Drop
19. Firebeatz & Schella – Wicked w/ Daft Punk – Technologic
20. South Central – Drop It
Let Her Go (Kygo Remix) Free Download
Boy have we got quite the lovely, uplifting electronic tune for you Ninjas today. 22 year-old Norwegian Kygo has retooled Passenger’s lovelorn, acoustic ditty “Let Her Go” into a mature and sensuous house ballad which stands miles apart from the original. Kygo’s remix begins with an almost contemporary 80′s feel à la early Genesis, riding on a hollow rim-snare kick and poppy highs before a low and lush synth is worked on top of the entire production. Furthermore, the work done vocally – pitching them down, folding them into an airy but profoundly rooted synthesizer melody and working them in as a welcome and distinct addition to the entire fold – is just stunning, and enveloped every aspect of my senses along the 7 minute listening journey. It was high time Kygo earned his own writeup after a couple appearances on our always amazing Chill Dojo and there is no doubt that we will see this burgeoning talent once again grace the pages of TMN in the near future especially after such a captivating start. As an even brighter bonus, the remix is up for free download on Soundcloud, so please go get your listen on.
Sonsick (Vacationer Remix)
We’ve been hooked on San Fermin’s meticulously crafted album for a while now. It’s a artfully composed piece of brain candy, which is why it’s been getting a significant spot in our rotation here at TMN HQ. Today though, we’re offering up Vacationer’s remix of the critically-acclaimed single ‘Sonsick’.
The track takes on a playful sound, infusing a danceable beat with oriental influences. While it is a dancier interpretation, Vacationer succeeds in not overly breaking down the original. The vocals are left in tact, which maintains that important connection we look for in a solid remix.
Hey Love (Ryan Hemsworth Remix)
Over the last couple years, the unique remixes created by Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth have become a mainstay in my music library. On his latest re-work, Hemsworth takes on Quadron‘s hit “Hey Love” providing it a slightly more wavy feel. The song builds slowly for the first minute before drawing the listener into a groove assisted by the chopped vocals of Coco O.
Enjoy this track above and look out for it on Quadron’s upcoming remix EP. Ryan Hemsworth’s debut album, Guilt Trip, will also be dropping on October 22nd and is sure to be worth a listen.
Drake featuring Rick Ross
Hold On, We're Going Home (MMG Remix)
Hopping onto one of Nothing Was the Same‘s lead singles and catering to the ladies, MMG bawse Rick Ross lends his talents to the remix of Drake‘s hit “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” The smooth mix finds the Miami spitter talking during the intro and later spitting some bars in his deep voice over the original beat. Of course you can’t have a Ross track without the continuous ‘M-M-Maybach’ rip playing in the background. Finishing off with the same verses and chorus from the original, this track remains just as catchy as before. Take a listen below and be sure to hear more from the boss when Mastermind drops Dec. 17th.