Along with the new video for “Jah No Partial,” Major Lazer has revealed the ultra-stacked tracklist for their forthcoming album Free The Universe, due out February 19th on Mad Decent/Downtown Records. Considering the work they’ve done with Flux Pavilion, we’re pretty excited to see what will come of their collaborations with folks like Vampire Weekend, Bruno Mars and The Dirty Projectors. Check out the full tracklist below:
01. You’re No Good (feat. Santigold, Vybz Kartel, Danielle Haim & Yasmin)
02. Jet Blue Jet (feat. Leftside, GTA, Razz & Biggy)
03. Get Free (feat. Amber Coffman of Dirty Projectors)
04. Jah No Partial (feat. Flux Pavilion)
05. Wind Up (feat. Elephant Man & Opal)
06. Scare Me (feat. Peaches & Timberlee)
07. Jessica (feat. Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend)
08. Bumaye (Watch Out for This) (feat. Busy Signal & Flexican)
09. Keep Cool (feat. Shaggy & Wynter Gordon)
10. Sweat (feat. Laidback Luke & Ms. Dynamite)
11. Reach for the Stars (feat. Wyclef Jean)
12. Bubble Butt (feat. Bruno Mars, Tyga & Mystic)
13. Mashup the Dance (feat. the Partysquad & Ward 21)
14. Playground (feat. Bugle & Arama)
Definitely one of the most exciting acts to come out of Denver, Ecotek, brings us a thrilling amount of electro with this shake inducing bootleg, “Let The Music Play 2013″. Equipped with a strong and heavy techno bassline that soon evolves in style and intensity, Ecotek produces another outstanding track that while composed, still exhibits a big room feel.
As usual, we bring great news. Not only can you download this track below, but you can also check him out at the largest NYE party in Denver, Decadence (To which we are happily attending)
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, 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!
Portland’s STRFKR keep the good times rollin, releasing yet another new track from their forthcoming album, Miracle Mile. Titled “Leave It All Behind,” it’s about letting things go and moving forward. Feel free to use that as an inspirational anthem for the future, or, maybe the appropriate “apocalypse jam” for tomorrow. Either way, turn it up!
Probably the most intriguing collaboration on Long.Live.A$AP, “Wild For The Night” represents a departure from the rapper’s traditional syrup-driven rhymes. With young artists like A$AP Rocky continuing to show an eager willingness to experiment with their sound, it was inevitable that a combination like this would happen. Contrary to what you might expect, the electronic elements of the production actually don’t overwhelm the listener at all. This might be due to the fact that Skrillex opts to use more crashing synths versus the roaring womps we’re used to hearing from him. Then again, Sonny has proven that he does have some versatility in the past. With all that being said, this brand new Rocky track accomplishes exactly what the title suggests, meaning this won’t be the last time you’ll be hearing this one. Make sure to pre-order A$AP Rocky’s debut album, Long.Live.A$AP, in stores January 15th.
Now this song isn’t new or recently-released. It’s not by one of those buzzy acts or trending artists. “Middle of June” is just a damn good track by an immensely talented and underrated artist. Seattle singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen has such a cool, coaxing air to him, much like Damien Jurado, the seasoned troubadour also from the Pacific Northwest. Gundersen guides listeners through his folk-tinged music, holding them closely through every strum and hum as though he’s divulging a long-kept secret. His vocals are soothing to the soul, but have just the slightest bit of rasp to give his words that added bit of rawness that resonates deeply. But that’s not to say that his lyrics on their own are without depth; on the contrary, listen carefully to his truthful phrases for tales brimming with emotion.
At this point, it seems as if Toronto-based 3.A.M. can donowrong. From Florence + The Machine to Gwen Stefani, 3.A.M. has demonstrated that they’re able to capture the absolutely essential portions of every song they tackle before tossing the rest out the window and replacing it with some monstrous, gritty basslines and blazing synths to create a truly massive ear shattering experience. Trust me, I’m going to have hearing loss for at least a week after mistakenly blasting this through my earphones. The scariest part about all of these remixes is that it seems like 3.A.M is refining their sound with each and every track they release, proving that they’ll definitely be a force to be reckoned with in 2013.
As a bonus, we’ve added 3.A.M.’s “Wake Up Call Vol. 1″ mix, full of plenty of original tracks and remixes to get any party going.