[Synth Pop] Chad Valley – Tell All Your Friends

Before you click play, you should know that you’re about to be swept up by a gigantic tsunami wave of synth pop. “Tell All Your Friends,” the new song by UK based artist and producer Chad Valley is as addicting as they come with its beautiful falsettos and the chorus’ sugar-coated shine. So don’t say we didn’t warn you! This is the second track off Valley’s forthcoming debut Young Hunger, after previously sharing the brilliant single “Fall 4 U” featuring Glasser back in August. The album also includes appearances by Twin Shadow, Active Child and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.

Young Hunger comes out October 30th on Cascine Records.

Chad Valley
Tell All Your Friends

via Dummy Mag

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[Chill] Tropics – Popup Cinema

British producer Chris Ward, AKA Tropics, shows off a smooth vulnerability on his latest track “Popup Cinema,” singing You know I need you here when I’ve been shakin, but you’re pullin’ at my heartstrings, they’re breakin. Electronic and soulful, it’s got an easy-going, mellow vibe — complete with that cool background keyboard humming — making it melt the second it hits your ears.

“Popup Cinema” is off an EP of the same name, out November 5th via Svetlana Industries.

Popup Cinema
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[Electro Soul] AlunaGeorge – Watching Over You (Video)


After sharing the hit “Your Drums, Your Love,” AlunaGeorge are back with “Watching Over You,” a new track that will appear on an upcoming compilation by BBC Radio DJ Annie Mac. Here, the slow, electronic-tinged R&B jam is accompanied by a Brendan Canty-directed video that features Super Mario video game clips, ’90s cartoons and blurry traffic footage that ends up looking like a fuzzy kaleidoscope of colors. The song is included below for ultimate streaming pleasure.

Annie Mac Presents 2012: AlunaGeorge
Watching Over You (Exclusive Track)

Annie Mac Presents 2012, which also includes artists like Diplo, TNGHT, Madeon and Frank Ocean, is out October 8th on Island Records. Pre-order here.

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[Denver Event] This Week at Beta 10/4

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!

10/4 – Dave Aude

Dave Audé ft. Luciana Something For The Weekend (Sultan & Ned Shepard Club)

10/5 – Vaski

Insane ft. Ava

10/6 – Arno Cost

David Guetta feat Sia
Titanium (Arno Cost Remix)
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Little Dragon – Sunshine (Star Slinger Remix)

Here’s a legitimate question: Does British producer Star Slinger ever sleep? It seems as though he’s got his hands in just about every major project out there. And that’s in addition to his own original creations! This time around he turns his attention towards “Sunshine,” a funky synthy gem from Swedish indie pop group Little Dragon. After Star’s worked his remix magic, it’s a suave, but electrifying dance floor number. It gets down with exuberance, while still holding onto the original’s groove. Check out both versions below.

Little Dragon
Sunshine (Star Slinger Remix) for ABSOLUT BLANK

Little Dragon
Sunshine (Original)

The remix is being promoted alongside an Absolut-sponsored show in Brixton featuring Star Slinger and Little Dragon. Having seen both artists live, I can attest that this gig will be superb.

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[Trap] Flosstradamus – XO (EP)

Chicago based production duo Flosstradamus have been at the forefront of the rapidly emerging EDM Trap scene. Their remix of Major Lazer‘s Original Don may be the most popular song in the genre piquing the interest of electronic music and hip-hop fans alike. They continued to establish themselves as top-tier trap ambassadors over the summer, releasing several enormous mixes, remixes and original tracks. In August, they let loose an absolute slap with “Underground Anthem” and confirmed that they had an EP on the way. Innovative even in their distribution of music, the Fool’s Gold/Mad Decent affiliates put out all their material free, directly to the fans from their Twitter and Facebook pages. Last night, they revealed to their followers that the EP would be due out some time today, just in time to kick off the weekend early.

X☮ consists of three massive songs as the duo’s sound continues to progress setting the bar for their peers. Turn the volume up, put down whatever you’re doing and proceed to go ham from start to finish. You can stream the whole thing below and download it free here: Flosstradmus - X☮ (Password: bannedboyz). Just in case the download link crashes, you can grab the tracks individually underneath as well. Floss truly runs da trap!


P.S. Flosstradamus also announced that this will be the first of a series of three EPs so make sure to keep an eye out!

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Sleigh Bells – Never Say Die (Araabmuzik Remix)

Looking for that dramatic, swirling haunter of a track? Maybe to accompany a thrilling, action-packed car chase scene, or zombie apocalypse clip? This “Never Say Die” remix by Araabmuzik is the answer. Originally by Sleigh Bells, the new rework, packed with heat, noise and aggression, is sure to get your adrenaline powered up in no time. The two acts are currently on the road together until early November, so check out these tour dates and don’t miss out.

Sleigh Bells’ sophomore album Reign of Terror is out now.

Sleigh Bells
Never Say Die (Araabmuzik Remix)
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