MØ – Pilgrim (MS MR Remix)

When two artists we love somehow find one another and collaborate, we feel pretty damn lucky, spoiled even. That’s exactly the case here. MØ, our favorite Danish electro pop songstress as of late has teamed up with New York’s sultry pop duo MS MR on this titillating remix of “Pilgrim”. Consider our minds blown. Check out the remix below, along with MØ’s awesome original (which officially drops February 25th via Chess Club/Neon Gold).


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[Indie] Coasts – Stone

Bristol’s Coasts followup their energetic and infectious single “Ocean” with another riveting track called “Stone”. If you don’t feel yourself swept away by the built-up, momentous chorus — charging guitars, pounding percussion — you might want to check your pulse. Check it out below, and be on the lookout for their debut EP, Paradise, due out in April.

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[Soul] Jared Evan – Are We Almost There Yet?

Jared Evan has always been an innovative and outside-of-the-box, which is why it is hard to group him in a certain category or genre. His versatility in music is also what makes him such a success in the underground market. On the new single “Are We There yet?”, Evan’s explores his versatility over the Statik Selektah soulful beat. Laying down some smooth vocals then some rhymes towards the end, this track is a nice introduction to the collaborative effort Boom, Bap & Blues, dropping February 26th.

Jared Evan
Are We Almost There Yet?
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Black Dots – Captain, Won’t You Help Me?

We know it’s a sin against music to compare anyone to the Beatles, but one listen to Black Dots‘ new single, “Captain, Won’t You Help Me,” reminded us of just that. Aside from the resemblance, this track had us wishing we had lived through the 60′s.

The new project from Bitmap (and previously Salako) main-man Luke Barwell takes us on a journey through time with their story of sitting on the horizon of the muddy Yorkshire cliffs. Press play, and let your mind wander with the exceptional story telling abilities of Black Dots.

Black Dots
Captain, Wont You Help Me?
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[Denver Events] This Week at Beta 2/20

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 and Friday, 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!

Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano - February 21st
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
Finally Here (preview)
Liquid Stranger - February 22nd
Liquid Stranger vs Ludacris
Octagon Move Bitch Mashup

Sasha - February 23rd

Sasha @ Panorama Bar (08/2011) PART 2
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[Electro Soul] Laura Mvula – Green Garden (SOHN Remix)

The UK’s rising phenom Laura Mvula gets her excellent soulful-pop single “Green Garden” remix’d into a ghostly, hypnotic number courtesy of the electronic producer wunderkind (and TMN fave), SOHN. It’s a stunning listen, so be sure to check it out below.

Laura Mvula Green Garden (Sohn Remix)
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[Chill Trap] The Postal Service – Such Great Heights (Team Bayside High Bootleg)

After releasing one of the heaviest trap songs we’ve ever heard, a remix of Pantera’s “Walk” featured on this weeks Trap Dojo, Chicago duo Team Bayside High show a completely different side with a beautifully chill remix of one of our favorite songs by The Postal Service. Their Bootleg of “Such Great Heights” features heavy soothing bass lines, chimes and whistles, perfect for sitting back, spacing out and thinking of warm summer nights. After remixing Metal and Indie, who know’s whats next for these talented producers, because clearly nothing is off limits for them to remix and absolutely destroy in any way they want.

The Postal Service
Such Great Heights (Team Bayside High Bootleg)
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