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
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!
Showtek - February 6th
Showtek & Justin Prime
Cannonball (Rage Mix)
Plastician - February 7th
Command (Plastician Trapped In The Middle Remix)
Robbie Rivera - February 8th
In The Morning feat. Wynter Gordon (Preview)
The original version of “The Hunter” by Los Angeles’ ON AN ON — which you can peep here — is an exuberant, explosive indie-electro song with a chorus that’s wild and bursts like some kind of sonic volcano. But in the hands of San Francisco producer/maestro Blackbird Blackbird, it mutates and becomes an entirely different beast. He only extracts choice sections of the original, looping and manipulating them before stringing and piecing them all together using a swirling, woozy electronic dance pattern. You can’t easily detect “The Hunter” in the remix, but that’s what makes it so damn good. It’s a complete reinvention from start to finish. Listen in below.
On An On
The Hunter (Blackbird Blackbird Remix)
Churchill, the upcoming band out of Denver, Colorado was original made up by founding members singer/guitarist Tim Bruns and mandolin player Mike Morter, who later expanded the band in 2009 adding bassist Tyler Rima, drummer Joe Richmond, and keyboardist/singer Bethany Kelly. But it is the Bethany’s profoundly jazzy vocals in their latest single “Change” that caused us to take notice. With soaring bravado exposed to a backdrop of rock-infused themes, Churchill brings forward a new sound track with flairs of bluegrass and folk elements.
London Producer, EELEYE elevates the single to impressive heights stripping out most of the original instrumentation for a soothing and relaxing rendition. Focusing on its predecessors vocals and emotional dynamics, ‘Change’ quickly transforms into an easily digestible track that asks you to close your eyes and drift away in its simplicity.
Change (EELEYE Remix) NEW1.1
Today we’re featuring an incredible re-work of Baauer‘s track “Dum Dum” from Steven V. Remixing anything from Baauer is no easy task, because the production level is always so clean. Steven V takes a safe route, tweaking each drop while still staying true to the original. Both of drops are equally as satisfying allowing you to fall in love with this massive tune all over again. Cheers
Also make sure to check out Steven V & Alvo‘s Festival Trap remix of Steve Angello & Laidback Luke‘s track “Show Me Love”, by clicking here.
Dum Dum (Steven Vs Dirty Edit)
Tame Impala get their trippy psych-rock track “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” reworked by experimental electronic artist Chrome Canyon. The result? A woozy, elusive, yet totally captivating “de-mix”. When colors start to swirl and blur around you, you know the song’s gotten to you. Enjoy it.
Feels Like We Only Go Backwards (Chrome Canyon de
Never thought I’d be saying this, but it’s been awhile since we’ve heard from producer maestro Star Slinger. The last thing we featured here on TMN was his Paris Social x DJ Mag Mix back in December — it doesn’t feel that long ago, but in Slinger time, considering he releases mixtapes and remixes like it ain’t no thing, a few months feels like years. This week, however, he’s back with a “refix” of “Gold” by fellow UK electronic music aficionados, Bondax. Injected with more heat and energy, it’s definitely one for the clubs. Check it out below.
Gold (Star Slinger Refix)
And this is EXACTLY how we like to start a new year (and every morning so far we got the release). With a fantastic year behind him including, bounce master producer TJR provides a thrilling edit to Will Sparks “Ah Yeah”. Still authentic to the original, the now translucently bouncy banger powers through a pounding tech house bassline and vocals samples, throttling momentum towards each drop. This Southern California producer just makes it look easy.
With the release of ‘Ode To Oi’, one of the best tracks of 2012 and still a strong contender for the bounciest single on earth, this new remix is really just a tease for what we can expect in the near future.
Ah Yeah (TJR Edit)
You can purchase “Ah Yeah” on iTunes