[Electronic] Crywolf – St. Patrick (PVRIS Cover)

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St. Patrick (PVRIS Cover)

I wasn’t familiar with the group PRVIS before I heard Crywolf‘s cover of  their single, “St. Patrick.” While I recommend checking out the original, Crywolf’s version stands on it’s own as a great listen. Using strong vocals, a variety of electronic subtleties and some outstanding house elements, Crywolf builds it up to a deep rhythmic breakdown that is quite satisfying. Thank you Crywolf not only for a great track but also for introducing some of us to a worthy new artist. Stream it here and enjoy.

 

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 8/17 – 8/21

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Fall weather is right around the corner, which means it’s go time. You only have a few, fleeting weeks left of summer, before the leaves and subsequent snow starts falling. With that in mind, we strongly encourage you to get out of the house this weekend and head down to Beta Nightclub to check out another stacked weekend of beats.

Per usual, we’re making it incredibly easy for you to get off your couch and head down. Why’s that? Because we’re hooking you up with free entry.

Here’s how:
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11pm on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Get there before 5:00p on Sunday.
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only).
– The deal is valid for ALL NIGHTS this week.

Before you go, we need to fill you in on another secret. Beta has teamed up with Cadence & Cause to do some good for the Denver community. If you make a small donation, you could win a silent meet & greet with the mysterious UZ. On top of that, you’ll be helping out at-risk teens in Denver through Youth on Record, an incredible charity that provides music education. Click here for details.

Arty - 8/18
’Ed Sheeran & Rudimental ‘Bloodstream’ (Arty Remix)’
12th Planet - 8/19
’LOUDPVCK & 12th Planet – Guess Who (feat. Key!)’
Tommy Lee & DJ Aero - 8/20
’Nick Thayer – Optimize ft Tommy Lee and DJ Aero’
Kölsch - 8/21
’Damian Lazarus & The Ancient Moons ‘Trouble At The Séance’ (Kölsch Remix)’
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[House] Norman Doray – All In

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All In [OUT NOW]

House veteran Norman Doray just dropped a bomb through Armada Music. His single “All In” has been all in our playlists since its release date a couple days ago. Now, we share it with you.

Although “All In” is a house record, it’s disco characteristics come out strong with no remorse. It’s a new age take on a genre that inspired so much after its conception. With Norman’s new original, he pays homage to several styles while creating something as everlasting as the sounds it was inspired by. This timeless track is something that has some serious radio potential, not just because of the incredible instrumental, but also the vocal that you’ll be singing along with by the end of your first listen through. There have been plenty of Summer singles released, but this is definitely in the top. Stream it today or head over to a digital store for a copy.

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[Indie] Ripsy May – When In Love

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When In Love

The cake-loving Ripsy May of Los Angeles has finally released her follow up single to “Black Wine.” Born in Latvia, London grown and now settled in LA, the honest artist is here to shake things up with a realistic brand that focuses on the art. She’s a one-stop shop for anything, writing, producing and ceating her own visual material.

As far as music goes, she’s already caught the attention of many fans with only one release. Now, she’s got another, and it’s a doozy. “When In Love” is an indie single with folk sensibilities that has more groove than you may expect at first. Ripsy’s song builds and grows on you, expanding and generating new emotions as the music progresses. With so much art being watered down, it’s nice to here a strong female come in with something so natural and expressive. Keep her in your sights and in your ears, as she’s set to continue to make huge strides with each release. You know she’s not stopping here!

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[Deep House] Dyrisk & Flyboy – Over You

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Dyrisk & FlyBoy
Over You

Following the success of “Maze”, Italian producer FlyBoy keeps the ball rolling with the release of “Over You”. Teaming up with Norweigan singer/producer Dyrisk, FlyBoy combines the soulful vocals from Dyrisk with colorful production. The deep house arrangement brings out the infectious melody of the track, together with the synth progression that resembles the one in Petit Biscuit‘s “Sunset Lover”. The lyrics and guitar melodies offer a rather organic feel to the track, making this emotionally-driven tune the perfect track to get over hump day.

Out via Tipsy Records, “Over You” is just a sneak peek of what FlyBoy has in store for us. Stay tuned for more dance music from the young producer.

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St. Tropez – Which Side Are You On [TMN PREMIERE]

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St. Tropez
Which Side Are You On

Whether you’re slap-drumming your steering wheel as you sit in gridlock traffic, or firing back Jameson shots as you prep for an epic night out on the town, “Which Side Are You On” will provide you with the perfect, grungy accompaniment. It’s a short ride, but, it’s one hell of a ride, none the less.

This might be the first time you’re hearing of Amsterdam-based St. Tropez, which is totally ok. They’re on the come-up, which means you have the rare opportunity to out-hipster your friends this weekend. Just know one thing – even though they bear the same name as the beachy, Provincial French beach town, their tunes certainly aren’t for unwinding with a nice bottle of rosé as you watch the waves roll in. In fact, it’s quite the opposite.

“Which Side Are You On” is a beautiful blend of multiple decades, including catchy-as-hell, anthemic punk from the 80’s, and crunchy, guitar-centric alt-rock from current acts like Tame Impala or Eagles of Death Metal. Complete with an inviting opening riff, powerful chords, a wicked solo, and a sing-along chorus, it should have you chanting along after one spin through. Just remember one thing – try to keep the singing to a dull whisper until you’re in a safe space to start belting it out.

If you happen to be one of our European readers, we highly recommend catching them at The Shacklewell Arms in London, on August 24th, or at OT301 in Amsterdam on August 26th. If you’re anywhere else in the world, well, you’re going to have to wait a while, just like us.

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[Folk] Henry Jamison – Real Peach

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Henry Jamison
Real Peach

Burlington-based Henry Jamison has us really tied up. At times, he calls on associations of classic storytellers like Bob Dylan or Johnny Cash. Other times, he reminds us of endearing country songs that blare out of rickety bar speakers at any number of dusty dive bars across the contiguous United States. Regardless of what box we try to put him in, we know one thing for certain. There have been tens of thousands of people with great voices behind an acoustic guitar, a few plucks from a banjo, and a soft kick drum. Not all of them can keep your attention past a few minutes. But, Henry? He’ll stay with you long after this song ends.

“Real Peach” has a warm, comfortable feeling. Lyrically, it’s a song that you can’t help but give in to, even if you’re not the “sing-along” type. We most certainly are, so we quickly found ourselves murmuring the chorus through a beaming grin.

Cuz my baby she’s a real peach
even when the night come crashin’ down
real peach
and the nighttime rolls away, alright
and we’re comin’ back to the demon-killing work of love
(my god)

With only a handful of followers, you’re one of the first to get acquainted with this budding, young artist. Make sure to keep tabs on him by following him on Facebook.

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