Happy Halloween everybody! Well, almost. For your holiday eve night we have another party playlist for you jam packed with twelve free singles. Take them with you to the early Halloween parties, or listen while you get dressed in your costume. No matter where you are or what you’re doing, the tracks from The Golden Pony, Smookie Illson, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Kicks N Licks and more will be just what you need. We start things out with some house, and progress upward to some harder, more aggressive tunes, closing things out with a strong dubstep remix from QUEST. Let loose, it’s a holiday weekend; make sure to not eat too much candy, and make sure to #danceirresponsibly.
I Just Want You
Shelter ft. Alex Mills (Sam Padrul Remix)
Drop It Like Its Hot (The Golden Pony Remix)
Now We Go Deep ft. Hoody Time
Smookie Illson x Oddlin
The Lowdown (Original Mix)
Black Tiger Sex Machine
V A L E N T I N E ✖ Rojazu
Kicks N Licks
LOCK Ft. Malcolm Anthony
Stop Trippin (NGHTMRE Remix)
Love Song (ft. Splitbreed & Lazer Whip)
Like This (QUEST Remix)
Troyboi & Diplo
Afterhours Ft. Nina Sky (Sharps X Convex Remix)
Seattle’s Sharps and Convex of LA partner up to take on the single “Afterhours” by Troyboi and Diplo. Their free remix is an awe-striking future bass production that is not your run of the mill record. Sensational synths pierce the speakers alongside the sweet vocal from Nina Sky. Sometimes songs of this style keep things too light, but these two producers make sure to bring big 808’s and manage to keep things thick and juicy. Their take on “Afterhours” is one the chiller side, but it still has energy and groove, making it a track that can hold it’s own at festivals. Anytime you try and take on a Diplo original, it’s a tough thing, but Sharps and Convex pull it off without a hitch. If you didn’t know Sharps or Convex already, this is one hell of an intro to these talents.
Pray Ft. Far East Movement & Ben Thornewill (of Jukebox the Ghost)
Paul Mayson recently came out with one of the dopest house tracks we’ve heard in a while. “Pray” is an excessively fun record that features Far East Movement and Ben Thornewill of Jukebox The Ghost. Powerhouse Music is releasing this track on November 1st, but that didn’t stop them from building some hype by uploading it onto Soundcloud for fans to enjoy in the mean time. Paul Mayson has had continuous support from huge names like Armin Van Buuren, Hardwell, and Martin Garrix, and it’s no surprise after hearing “Pray.” This record is one of those timeless tracks that defines an artist, so don’t be surprised when you’re out next Summer and you here this one being played still. It’s a sonic ball of energy that doesn’t let up. It will have you singing, dancing and letting yourself loose with all the good vibrations you need. If you’ve had a tough week, this will cheer you right up.
Need something laid-back to get you over the hump? Lazyboy Empire has got you covered with the new single “Vampire.” It’s actually the act’s first and only track on Soundcloud at the moment. With the lyrical content and the quality of the production, it’s safe to say this is one of the coolest, and most intriguing Halloween tracks. It’s definitely not what you’d expect, but the soft indie dance style is immaculate. Fans of saxophone will be especially keen on this record, as Lazyboy Empire doesn’t disappoint with showing off the skills with the sexy instrument. With the launch of the project being already so successful, it has us wondering just what ammunition is waiting to be unleashed in the future. Lazyboy Empire is an act to keep a sharp eye on as their sound caters to so many diverse groups of people. “Vampire” is a monster you want to be taken over by, so get to streaming, or buy this one on iTunes.
Lies To Heathens
A catchy-as-hell, energetic, and anthemic tune is just what we needed to shake an unfortunate hangover from last night’s office Halloween party, and luckily for us, and our aching, cloudy heads, Indy-based S.M. Wolf has saved the day with “Lies to Heathens.”
You may not have heard of this band quite yet, but with their highly infectious, sing-along style, it won’t be long before you start seeing them pop up all over the place. This tune highlights their indie-psych-pop prowess, boasting a nostalgic sound rife with soaring guitars, playful vocal harmonies, and an incredibly memorable chorus.
This is the second sneak peek at their forthcoming album, Neon Debris, which drops on November 7th via both In Store Recordings and Jurassic Pop.
Drop It Like Its Hot (The Golden Pony Remix)
We’ve been closely following NY’s favorite curly-haired dance export The Golden Pony for years now. While the pair have made their mark on tunes from artists as varied as Simon & Garfunkel, Avicii, Daft Punk, The Grateful Dead and Seinabo Sey; it has been their work revolving around hip-hop or R&B which has really moved us in the past. While it’s been a minute since The Golden Pony has taken on any rap ciphers, today they’re back with an uplifting indie-house groover in the form of a Snoop Dog “Drop It Like It’s Hot” remix. The pair plays off of Pharrell Williams & Snoop Dogg’s gangster feel with a buoyant melody anchored by the kind of hooky whistle that wouldn’t be too out of place on a Bob Sinclar record; but where Sinclar would lean in closer to pop structuring, The Golden Pony unleash a perfectly swung, rolling bassline to lend more than enough underground sensibility and groove to their vision. When pressed about their latest remix the pair remarked: “The beat of this track originally came from a remix we did for Hillary Duff’s track “Sparks”. We made an instrumental version, which we have been dropping in our dj sets over the summer. One time we dropped a Snoop acapella over it and some magic happened, so we decided to make a studio version of it!” We’re certainly glad they did. Enjoy The Golden Pony’s “Drop It Like It’s Hot” remix above.
Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over two 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 Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night.
See you on the dance floor.
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