[Denver Event] This Week at Beta 3/21


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 Friday and Saturday shows, 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!

Above and Beyond - March 21st

Anjunabeats Volume 10
mixed by Above & Beyond

Doctor P - March 22nd

Doctor P
Flying Spaghetti Monster [Taster

Bad Boy Bill - March 23rd

Bad Boy Bill
Behind The Decks Radio Show Episode 16
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[Hip-Hop] Black Milk – Sunday’s Best/ Monday’s Worst

Black Milk
Sunday's Best / Monday's Worst

It has been some time since we have heard some new solo heat from Detroit emcee Black Milk. Breaking his silence today, he drops a new lead single titled “Sunday’s Best, Monday’s Worst”. It has been almost 3 years since Milk’s last solo effort Album of the Year and with his latest track, he takes listeners to church. JDilla‘s disciple combines two songs as one continuous piece of dope music. The first part “Sunday’s best” is a gospel-laced with an underground appeal and the second part “Monday’s Best” brings the reverse, soulful tune that tells a sombre story.

It is a great listen for most hip-hop heads and really shows Milk’s lyrical prowess on the mic. Definitely worth a listen below and are available for download on iTunes now. Both tracks will be featured on Milk’s uncoming untitled new solo album dropping later this summer.

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[Album Review] Justin Timberlake – 20/20 Experience


They say that with age comes experience and with Justin Timberlake‘s new album 20/20 Experience, he shows that he is wise beyond his years. After over a six-year hiatus, the 32-year-old singer flexes his 20+ years in the music industry over a wide array of genre-hopping, mature tunes. Allowing some time to pass, Timberlake teams up with hit-maker producer/writer Timbaland and Harmon to recapture the same magic that made his previous two multi-platinum efforts so successful.

After falsely announcing that Timberlake was not going to return to the music industry and focus on his booming acting career, he surprised fans by dropping the infectious “Suit & Tie”. The lead single is a progressive, yet retro track that mixes genres and eras. Opening with a chopped-and-screwed vibe, Timberlake quickly switches to a Marvin Gaye-esque falsetto as he smoothly croons over a mix of percussion and studio synths. With the addition of a sophisticated, grown and sex hip-hop  verse from Jay-Z, this tune set up the tone for the majority of the album and the new sound of the “Future sex/Love Songs” singer.

Justin Timberlake
Pusher Love Girl
Justin Timberlake
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[Indie] Shady Elders – Schoolmate

Shady Elders

There’s a lot of talent coming out of Hot Congress Records in Denver. The most recent of which is a dream pop indie rock band by the name of Shady Elders. Their track “Schoolmates” off of their upcoming album is conveniently titled. We say that because we can’t help but think of dancing to this song at a high school prom sometime in the 50′s. The guitar chords, the dreamy doo-wop feel, and the sultry vocals of lead singer Britt Rodemich had us feeling like grabbing our sweethearts and awkwardly dancing in circles through our high school gyms.

However, while the sound does have that classic vibe that’s getting increasingly popular these days (alla Lana Del Rey, Michael Kiwanuka, Bahamas, etc) this band is very much on their way to great things in the present. They’ve opened for a few large acts that are well revered in the blogosphere, and we expect to see more of the same to come.

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[Hip-Hop] Lil Wayne – Trippy (Feat. Juicy J)

Lil Wayne - I Am Not A Human Being 2
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Trippy (Feat. Juicy J)

For his latest leak off of I Am Not A Human Being II, Lil Wayne releases one hell of a banger. With Juicy J in tow, Weezy rolls with the Memphis native’s mantra on this one, and gets a little trippy, which might explain the sudden health scare over the weekend. Make sure to listen safely my friends, lest you fall to the same fate. If you’re feeling this new track from Wayne, make sure to grab I Am Not A Human Being II when it drops on March 26th.

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Justin Timberlake feat Jay-Z – Suit and Tie (TOKiMONSTA Remix)

Suit and Tie (TOKiMONSTA Remix)
Justin Timberlake feat JAY Z
Suit and Tie (TOKiMONSTA Remix)

Fresh off her track “Go With It” featuring MNDR, Los Angeles producer TOKiMONSTA is back with an awesome remix of the now-everywhere Justin Timberlake single “Suit and Tie” (and maybe I prefer it over the original? maybe). With heavy bass trickling up, down and all around alongside cutting electronic effects and scrambled vocal twists, this rework benefits greatly from a much-needed dose of colorful and creative arrangements and relentless, consuming energy.

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The Trap Dojo #30


This 30th edition of the Trap Dojo is coming at you with a ton of incredible tracks this week, kicking off with Kayzo & Slander‘s massive Showtek remix. This has that great big-room/festival sound that I’m sure even Showtek themselves would play live and blow the roof off. Next, our friends from Germany, Donkong with a track off their new EP, and another track later in the list. “Jaws” contains exactly the buildup you would expect from a song with that name, but drops into some bouncy trap with more dubstep elements slowly surfacing throughout. Cesqeaux comes with more of that heavy big-room sound, and Smookie Illson flips some classic female dancefloor hip-hop into a beast of a stuttering track with some crazy lyric chops. Virtually the entire second half of the list is filled with Latin and island influences,  starting with Spenda C with some reggae and No Doubt lyrics. There are some remixes of classic merengue, spanish euro-house and finally a couple of double-time moombahtrap songs to really get your feet moving. Finally the list finishes off with a smooth remix of A$AP Rocky from Ray Complex.


Slow Down (Kayzo & Slander Rework)
Jaws (Original Mix)
Justice (Original Mix)
Yo Majesty
Club Action (Smookie Illson Boot)
Ratchet Anthem
Triadzz (download now, from Triadzz/Slasherr)
UFO Its a Trap
Beamer (Original Mix)
Young Piff
Cash Like Whoa
Gummy & Party Favor
Hood Kingz (Original Mix) **FREE DL
A Trak
Landline 2.0 feat. GTA
Spenda C & DJ Butcher
My Shit
Harlem Shake (Rather Reds Rather Ratchet RRRemix)
Missy Elliot
Get ur Freak On (Gold Top Remix)
Sak Noel
Loca People (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix) (Click BUY for FREE DOWNLOAD!)
Yellow Claw & MOTi
Elvis Crespo
Suavemente (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix) (Click BUY for FREE DL)
Protohype x ETC!ETC!
Muggin (Original Mix)
Set It Off feat. Lazerdisk Party Sex (Expendable Youth & Krusha Remix)
A$AP Rocky
LVL (Ray Complex Bootleg)



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