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, and Friday, 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.
For our killer party on Saturday with Dragon and Jontron, please add your names to this list to get in for free (if you’re over 21, there by 11pm) or $15 if you’re 18+ and there before 11pm.
Having already sprinkled his glitchy, ambient magic over Bon Iver’s “Holocene”, Berlin based producer Kyson backs up the acclaimed remix with his own Blackstone EP, which hits record stores on October 29th via Moodgadget Records. The latest track to emerge from the EP, “Ocean Tides” sees Kyson’s melancholic vocals wash over a reflective soundscape that ebbs and flows with delicate piano lines and warm electronic textures.
Young UK electronic artist Louisa Rose Allen, who performs under the moniker Foxes, has been turning heads ever since dropping her debut LP Youth over a year ago and her Warrior EP just this past summer. Recently, she lent her bright vocals to “Clarity” a track by Music Ninja fave Zedd. Here, her latest single “Echo” gets tapped for remix treatment by Los Angeles-based producers FIXYN. It builds up, drops, pummels and twists in all the right places, like a sweet, earth-shattering remix should. It ain’t Friday yet, but with this blastin’ in the background, it sure feels like it. Download below!
When Bassnectar dropped this the other night at Bill Grahm Civic in San Francisco, everyone was raging face. The drop in this insane remix has a ground shaking bass line that rumbled throughout the entire venue. Hot off his releases of his Freestyle EP, Lorin doesn’t let up on this one, featuring a similar sound design to his track “Hexes” feat. Chino Moreno. This tune has all sorts of funky wobbles and synths sprinkled throughout and mixed with some ridiculous samples. The end result is pure mayhem, so turn up the volume. Cheers.
Lately you might’ve noticed a lot of Chad Valley chatter here on The Music Ninja, and that’s because the synth pop artist, who tore up CMJ last week and whose debut album Young Hunger comes out next Tuesday via Cascine Records, is pretty darn good at what he does. We brought you this single “Fall 4 U” feat. Glasser back in August and today we present its video directed by Franklyn Banks.
Fronted by Thao Nguyan, San Franciso-based folk pop group Thao & The Get Down Stay Down have been laying low since their last album Know Better Learn Faster in 2009. But today they reveal the first single from their forthcoming album We The Common, the jaunty and jangling “Holy Roller”. We The Common comes out February 5th, 2013 via Ribbon Music.
Queens-bred Heems, of Das Racist, continues his string of incredibly dope, albeit absurd, conscious raps with the latest Harry Fraud produced release from his highly anticipated upcoming mixtape. On “Cowabunga Gnarly,” Fraud, a rapidly rising artist, departs slightly from his signature sound setting the backdrop perfectly for his fellow NYC native with persistent, heavy drums and a variety of sprinkled vocal samples. In top form, Himanshu provides some insightful social commentary regarding race and materialism all the while maintaining his strangely engaging and free-flowing delivery. Unlike many artists who attempt to unveil modern issues, Heems does an unbelievable job of keeping the raps simultaneously entertaining and educational with his originality and own brand of comic relief.
Stream and download the unique “Cowabunga Gnarly” below and look out for Wild Water Kingdom, which is due out on November 1st via Greedhead.