Flux Pavilion – The Scientist [Preview]

Flux Pavillion needs no introduction, and with the amount of coverage we have been posting, neither does his Blow The Roof EP. The highly anticipated collection of tracks may very well become the best electronic album of 2013, having already previewed tracks like Blow The Roof, OneTwoThree, Starlight and Do or Die feating Childish Gambino.

Today we bring you another sample of what to expect out of this prolific English dubstep producer. ‘The Scientist’ is perhaps the most genre fusing track that among slow boiling wobbles and reactive vocals, it features a relaxing almost glitch/hop vibe with a non-chaotic dubstep foundation.

Flux Pavilion
The Scientist (128kbs)

Blow The Roof EP is out January 28th via Circus/Big Beat Records

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[Rap] Nickelus F – Number 15 feat. Drake

Nickelus F is a seasoned vet in the rap game. Rapping and writing with Canadian native Drake, it is safe to say that he is one of the most underrated talents in the game right now. With his new single “Number 15″, he reunites with the OVOXO leader on this darker Jake One production. Speaking on making it and remaining focus, this bonus track is a nice cut from the Virginia MC’s new mixtape Vices.

Nickelus F Ft Drake
Number 15
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[TMN Premiere] Francisco The Man – In the Corners

On “In The Corners”, LA-based Francisco the Man pick at various genres, combining all the best elements of scruffy indie rock, good vibin’ surf-pop and even biting punk. From the wailing guitars and yelping vocals, to the lo-fi bouncy sheen and fun little “ooh ooh ooh” outro, the track reads like dynamic and catchy raucousness, and is satisfying on a whole bunch of levels. Check it out below and be sure to pick up the band’s In The Corners 7″, due out Spring 2013 via Small Plates.

Francisco The Man
In the Corners

photo by Brian Wright

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[Hip-Hop] Alexander Spit – Artesia feat. Action Bronson

Hitting the webs this week is the rising wordsmith, Alexander Spit, dropping a new banger titled “Artesia”. Bringing in a different atmospheric vibe with some vocal samples backed up by drum rips give this track an old school, smooth vibe on this self-produced single. Teaming up with NY emcee Action Bronson, the two deliver some lyrically witty and sick bars about the common elements of weed, women, and women that compliment the feel of the track. The throwback sound of the bars mixed with the psychedelic production make this a solid effort from the LA based emcee. Be sure to check out the track below and listen to more when his first commercial full-length drops January 29th.

Alexander Spit
Artesia feat. Action Bronson
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Bass Kleph feat Ron E Jones – Flashing Lights Remix EP

Australian jack-of-all-trades, Stu Tyson, aka Bass Kleph does not produce music. He creates experiences. His earliest gigs (even as ex-drummer in a hard rock band) demonstrated a special gift that many artists would kill to posses. Bass Kleph was able to pull in huge crowds, consistently, and give them exactly what they came in for: a fucking good time. And while a lot has happened since he began, producing some of the best dance bangers and reaching Beatport #1 countless of time, it is still important to point out this very fact because it is reflected in his music. Each song is not just made to be listened to, but deliberately crafted to consume both the body and the mind. When you hear a Bass Kleph track, you know you are in for a good time.

This, of course, brings us to his latest release “Flashing Lights”. This single ultimately exposes both the growth and maturity Stu has come as producer. With a silky smooth build up, in part due to vocalist with Ron E, “Flashing Lights” soon transforms into a modern dance floor anthem incorporating harmonic synths and a powerful stomping basslines.

Bass Kleph feat Ron E Jones
Flashing Lights (Original mix)

Taking things one step further, Aussie producer Bobby Vena comes in to give the track a more progressive house feel, while Hot Creations’ Bubba executes a deep remix much calmer in nature.

Bass Kleph feat Ron E Jones
Flashing Lights (Bobby Vena mix)
Bass Kleph feat Ron E Jones
Flashing Lights (Bubbas dub)

Released: 21/1/2013
Purchase: Beatport

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[Denver Events] This Week at Beta 1/24

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 and Friday (No free entry for Paul Okenfold. Sorry kids), 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!

Adrian Lux- January 24th
Frida Sundemo
Indigo (Adrian Lux & Naiv Remix)
The Upbeats - January 25th
The Upbeats
Diffused (Out Now)
Paul Oakenfold - January 26th
Yahel & Liya
Creatures (Paul Oakenfold Remix)
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How To Dress Well – & It Was U (Blackbird Blackbird Remix)

San Francisco’s chill electronica artist Blackbird Blackbird takes on How To Dress Well‘s stellar and soulful track “& It Was U”, extracting all the best parts and looping them into a remix full of pulsing warmth, deep sentiment, and lulling ambiance. Check it out below and sink into a tune that’s enthralling, yet so relaxing at the same time.

How To Dress Well
& It Was U (Blackbird Blackbird Remix)
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