[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 181)


Every Friday we gather together free downloads that you can take with you into the weekend. This week is no different, as we have another dozen songs that you can either stream or download to listen on your own device. The theme is party, but the aim is to get you to let loose over the weekend as you recharge your batteries for the upcoming Monday. Hence, we have some softer future style tracks, all the way up to some grimy dubstep to finish things off. Records this week come from the likes of Venessa Michaels, Razihel, Crichy Crich, ETC! ETC!, Aylen, Tisoki and more. Many of these artists have been featured by us, either in this playlist, in a solo article, or both. We hope to convert you to fans of these talented artists. As always, have a great weekend and #danceirresponsibly.

Kill Our Way To Heaven (NINE LIVES Remix)
Killing Me Softly (VenessaMichaels X MOONZz Redo)
Razihel & Fareoh
Diplo & Sleepy Tom
Be Right There (Gorilla Bass Remix)
Crichy Crich x King Tutt
SIN$ (prod. by TINCUP)
Lick It (Original Mix)
Vice City X DatPhoria
Midnight (feat. DeLon)
Jungla (Original Mix)
Nap In The Club (Aylen Remix)
Kastra & Buzzmeisters
Bombs Away
China All The Time Ft. Donald Trump
Hold It Down (Tisoki Remix)
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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 2/4 – 2/7


As we cross into 2016, we’re excited to bring you more opportunities to check out our favorite club. As you probably already know, we’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta for over three 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 on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Get there before 9PM on Sundays.
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only).
– The deal is valid for Saturday and Sunday.

See you on the dance floor.

Benny Benassi - 2/4

Benny Benassi & Marc Benjamin ft Christian Burns
Who I Am
Epctic + Skism - 2/5
Kill Them All
SWEAT - 2/6
Already Sweaty
The Booty Mix
Robag Wruhme - 2/7
Premiere: Cubicolor
Falling (Robags Uppa Baash Remix)
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[Mutli-Genre] Vaski – Night Sessions LP

Night Sessions Square

Vaski has been teasing his debut album for a while now. We’re happy to relay that Night Sessions is finally here as an independent release. Vaski took on this project nearly all by himself, only getting some help from artists Anna Yvette and Zippy Laske. The ten track project is largely made up of trappy beats with some dubstep jams, however the Los Angeles producer extends his creativity even beyond that for some unique records.

Vaski flexes his abilities while gaining new ground, as well as harkens back to some classic sounds that he initially built his career on. Tracks like “Everybody Knows” and “One Night Only” have the listener venturing down into some hood vibes, while “Ex Machina” and “Molecules” bring a heavier bass sound that’s more akin to the earlier music from this dynamic creator. With “Los Angeles” he brings the BPMs down for a production that is unlike anything else on the LP. With so many good tracks, it’s hard to pick a favorite, but if we had to toss out two, they’d be “Pacific” and “Spin It Back.” Check out the entire project and head over to iTunes if you’d like a copy.

Pacific Ft. Anna Yvette
Everybody Knows
Los Angeles
Ex Machina
Willy Wonka
Wake Up
One Night Only
Spin It Back
Molecules Ft. Zippy Laske
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[Trap] ATB – Flash X (Said The Sky Remix)

Flash X Remix Artwork
Flash X (Said The Sky Remix)

Said The Sky always kills it. No matter if it’s with an original, or remix like we have today. His musical ability and knowledge surpasses most producers, which is why ATB tapped this Colorado cat for a remix of “Flash X.” As with many of his tracks, Said The Sky creates a landscape of his unique trap sound, while also brings into play his piano prowess. Emotion is key in his works, and this remix has a ton of feels packed tightly inside it that you experience from beginning to end.

“Flash X” in its new form is a soothing record that has the energy shifted from the “hands-up” style of music, to a much more intimate sound. His composition pierces deep into your soul with mystifying melodies and courageous chords. The introduction is a hit in itself, then moves through short tasteful build into the heart of the song. After the drop, we are met with something that simply can’t be expressed in words. You must lend your ears to this wonderful piece of music, and if you haven’t already ran through Said The Sky’s Soundcloud, then you’re in for something special.

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[Trap] Adam K & Slander – Breathe (feat. Matthew Steeper & Haliene)

BREATHE (ft. Matthew Steeper & Haliene)

When you get the chance to work with someone you look up to, there’s no better feeling in the labor or art realm. With Slander, music is their labor, and Adam K is someone they look up to. Both parties came together to work on a track, alongside help from Matthew Steeper and Haliene, called “Breathe.” Their heavenly take on trap is just the soothing record you need this weekend. It’s like what you want from a progressive house anthem, but packed into the trapstyle frame. Slander and Adam K did a superb job putting this one together, delivering something different from both their usual sounds. When we first heard that these acts were coming together, we had no idea what to expect. We knew however that it would be something that was incredible, and that’s just what we got. We were ready to dish out some money for it, but come to find out, it’s free!

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 180)


Another week has gone by with a whole lot of high quality free releases. We’ve gone through Soundcloud, and compiled many of our favorites for you today, as we do every Friday. We all need to decompress after a long week, and music is certainly a key to that. Today we share with you some solid future tracks from artists like Kaptain, Luca Lush, Infuze, along with some trap hits from Wildfellaz, Clips x Ahoy and the first single off the Jameston Thieves x YOOK!E EP. As if this wasn’t enough fire, we turn up the heat with freebies from Hasse De Moor, Lupe Fuentes and Rain Man. So whether you like funk, soft bass, hard bass, deep house or some breakbeat action, we’ve got you covered with this week’s party playlist. Don’t forget to download the tracks for free! More importantly, make sure tonight to #danceirresponsibly.

When The Sky Shimmers
Diplo & Sleepy Tom
Dont Walk Away ( 40 Cobras & Sean Will Remix )
Gill Bondy
So Alive
Infuze X Father Dude
Easy Lover
Ellie Goulding
On My Mind (Larcy Cover) (Wildfellaz & Arman Cekin Remix)
Clips X Ahoy
Talk Yo Shit
Jameston Thieves & YOOKiE
Xanax Pancakes
Fuchsia (Original Mix)
Hasse De Moor
Lupe Fuentes
Play At Your Own Risk (Original Mix)
Visceral Connection
Rain Man
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[Trap] JayKode X Party Thieves – Origin

Party Thieves
JayKode X Party Thieves

JayKode and Party Thieves are two of dance music’s premiere producers, and they have recently come together to prove without a doubt that they mean business. Together they turn up an aggressive original called “Origin,” a hybrid trap anthem that takes the best of both dubstep and trapstyle and mixes them into one incredible production. “Origins” also has classical elements worked into its ripe soundscapes for a complete and udder beast of a record. Buygore Records got their hands on this release, as it is right up their alley.

2016 is going to be filled with some high quality songs, but at the end of the year, don’t be surprised when this one sticks around. JayKode and Party Thieves, we thank you for this work, and we love you. The next drink we have will certainly be for your excellence. And the next time we turn up, this will definitely be one of the first tracks we throw on. For fans that want to take this monstrosity home with them like we did, head over to Beatport.

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