[Trapstep] Bassnectar feat. Angel Haze – Freestyle

Lorin just released “Freestyle” that will be off his Freestyle EP dropping on October 16th. Bassnectar‘s hard hitting style of Dub is showcased in this brain melting banger featuring vocals from Angel Haze. With a heavy 808 influenced intro then building into relentless wobbles that hit at all the right times. Cheers.

Bassnectar
Freestyle feat. Angel Haze
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[Denver Events] This Week at Beta 10/11

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

Details:
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!

Tritonal vs Audien
Let Eventide (Tritonal Mashup)

Truth ft Yayne
Raindancer (J:Kenzo Remix)

The Mirror Game
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[MP3 Playlist] Trance Dojo #4

It’s that time of year when our last remembrances of summer’s splendor begin to transition into the realization that autumn has finally come once again. As leaves begin to shed their vivid greenish coloring and paint the skyline with autumnal hues of orange, brown and yellow it becomes incredibly difficult to resist the overwhelming feelings of monotony  that coincides with repeating yet another week’s work. But alas! It’s Thursday afternoon, the weekend is approaching and it seems only fit that we take a little time to yet again rejuvenate our spirits and indulge in our weekly allotment of Trance.

This week we begin our playlist with a remix that needs no introduction, W&W’s remix of Dash Berlin and Emma Hewitt’s track “Waiting”. The dutch duo really have outdone themselves with this remix. The duo maintain the incredible foundation of the original while simultaneously emphasizing the alluring vocals of Emma Hewitt with the addition of grungier electro synths. The next highlight of this weeks selection is the remix of Armin Van Buuren’s “I’ll Listen” by John O’Callaghan. John O’Callaghan is regarded as one of the most talented producers in all of trance for producing outstanding remixes which highlight key aspects of the original amongst robust backdrops of his own creation. His latest remix transforms the lighter atmosphere Ana Criado’s vocals developed in the original into a dark and harrowing tune which expertly emphasizes the ominous undertones of this remix. The fact that John O’Callaghan referred to this mix as a ‘Dark’ mix is a complete understatement. Another great highlight of this week’s playlist is the latest effort from dutch producer Husman, “E.D.M.”. “E.D.M” is a powerful trance gem that contains a beautiful breakdown, an infectious melody, and booming synths. This track truly personifies euphoria. Last but certainly not least, the prodigal producer from Anjunabeats, Mat Zo, gave out a fantastic free release “I Never Knew” which showcases his innate productional finesse. This playlist is packed full of amazing tunes so sit back and enjoy ninjas!

As always, if this playlist leaves you hankering for even more trance, tune in to A State of Trance mixed by Armin Van Buuren starting at 2pm EST. To listen in click on the link here to be taken to Di.FM. Move your mouse over to the Listen Now section the go down to the Trance channel and click on your pick of the stream to listen through iTunes.

Dash Berlin Feat. Emma Hewitt
Waiting (W&W Remix)
Armin Van Buuren feat. Ana Criado
Ill Listen (John OCallaghan Dark Mix)
Husman
E.D.M. (Original Mix).
Bluestone
Capetown (Original Mix).
Mat Zo
I Never Knew
Tritonal vs Audien
Let Eventide (Tritonal Mashup)
Gareth Emery & Ashley WallBridge
Mansion (New Hero Intro Remix)
Bryan Kearney
Mexican Rave (Original Mix)
Chase & West
8 AM
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[HOT] The Black Keys & RZA – The Baddest Man Alive

The soundtrack for the forthcoming Quentin Tarantino film, The Man With The Iron Fists, is shaping up to have quite a few hit-worthy cuts. “The Baddest Man Alive,” which features both The Black Keys and RZA, is one such example. Given the big talent on this track, it’s probably unnecessary for us to convince you to check it out. But just in case, here are two perfect words to describe it: Badass Swag.

The Black Keys & RZA – The Baddest Man Alive
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M.I.A. – Paper Planes (3.A.M. Remix)

Toronto’s 3.A.M. take “Paper Planes,” the 2007 hit from M.I.A. (whoa, that was 5 years ago), and stuff it in a violent blender. The result is a remix so screwy and unnerving, it’s like there’s a warped buzz saw in your brain — the good kind at least. Though it includes only bits and pieces of the original, those modest hints keep the whole track grounded, and the fact that it doesn’t rely heavily on M.I.A. also proves that 3.A.M. have set out to make a true remix here. Free download below!

M.I.A.
Paper Planes (3.A.M. Remix)
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Chad Valley – I Owe You This (feat. Twin Shadow)

As the release date of Chad Valley‘s debut album Young Hunger draws near, the momentum behind the UK artist (whose real name is Hugo Manuel) only increases, especially when he drops tracks like this. “I Owe You This” is a somber, but catchy synth-laden plea, featuring the silky aching vocals of Twin Shadow. Hot on the heels of last week’s “Tell All Your Friends,” Valley continues to prove he’s got a pretty genius grasp of pop songwriting.

Young Hunger comes out October 30th via Cascine Records.

Chad Valley
I Owe You This (feat. Twin Shadow)
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Yeasayer – Reagan’s Skeleton (Video)

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In August, New York’s experimental indie group Yeasayer released their third full-length album Fragrant World on Secretly Canadian Records. The track “Reagan’s Skeleton” is off it, and today they share its official music video directed by Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard. The reverb-heavy song appropriately gets doused with grainy and lo-fi visuals for a retro, unfinished look.

Yeasayer
Reagans Skeleton
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