[Chill] James Blake – Take a Fall For Me ft RZA


This week’s a busy one for UK native James Blake. His Big Boi-sampling “Everyday I Ran” surfaced just yesterday, and now he’s back with another track for your listening enjoyment titled “Take a Fall for Me”. The producer/ singer has always experimented with new synths and sounds so it is no surprise that he collaborates with legendary emcee RZA for this new single. The haunting vocals and airy production make for a nice background to the spoken work poetry by the the Wu-Tang lyricist. It is not known yet whether this will be on any upcoming effort but take a listen to the smooth track below.

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[Hip-Hop] Joey Bada$$ – Day in the Life


NYC emcee Joey Bada$$ is back again with another dope track for your listening enjoyment. The single “Day in the Life” has the young spitter flexing his lyrical prowess over some Harry Fraud production. The smooth jazz influenced drums, keys, and horns make for a nice throwback beat for the 2013 Freshman class rapper to dominate. This track is impressive and can be heard on Peter Rosenberg‘s upcoming New York Renaissance mixtape, dropping later this year.

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Rhye – Open (SOHN Remix)


Chilling, ambient producer SOHN takes on one of the best electro-soul tracks to come along in awhile, Rhye’s “Open” (above). If you’ve been following The Music Ninja, you know we’ve written extensively on the two artists, so we couldn’t be happier to see them both come together on this subtlety swirling, beautifully dramatic new remix. Listen below.

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Dirty Projectors – The Socialites (Joe Goddard Remix)


After dropping the critically acclaimed album Swing Lo Magellan, the indie band Dirty Projectors had a slew of remixes that followed . One of the musicians to take a turn on their lead single “The Socialites” is Hot Chip‘s Joe Goddard. Adding some xylophones and soft drum samples for an airy beat, Goddard makes a smooth remix driven by Amber Coffen‘s charming vocals. Packaging up some unreleased remixes to their lead single “The socialites”, the group prepares to drop a 12″ vinyl later this May.

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[Hip-Hop] Danny Brown – Express Yourself (Prod. Trampy)

Danny Brown
Express Yourself (Prod. by Trampy)

We all know Danny Brown has no problems at all when it comes to expressing himself. With his newest single, he’s encouraging us all to follow suit, although this is mostly aimed at the ladies. The Detroit rapper gives credit to Diplo/Major Lazer as his primary source of inspiration for this one. For those keeping score, Diplo released an EP and single with the same name, around this time last year. Danny definitely does Diplo proud over a minimalistic, trapped-out beat from the adequately named, Trampy. It doesn’t seem like this one will make it onto Danny’s upcoming Old album, but if he’s looking for a radio-friendly single, he could do far worse.

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[Denver Events] This Week at Beta 4/4


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.


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!

Felguk - April 4th

12th Planet
The End Is Near (Felguk Remix)

Xilent - April 5th


Donald Glaude - April 6th

Donald Glaude
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[Full Album Stream] Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Mosquito

Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Mosquito

Yesterday, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, in conjunction with Noisey, livestreamed their new album, Mosquito. Today, they’ve posted it in its entirety, meaning that we can all enjoy the forthcoming LP as many times as we want! Tune in via the video below, and feel free to hit repeat, repeat, repeat. The album officially drops April 16th via Interscope.

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