[Electronic] AllNight – Mile High ft. Laura Brehm (Paris Burns Remix)

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PARIS BURNS
AllNight- Mile High ft. Laura Brehm (Paris Burns Remix)

Back in the middle of July, Global Dance Music Festival took over the Red Rocks of Colorado for three whole days.
Today, Colorado natives Paris Burns released their remix of the GDM anthem “Mile High”.
If anyone has been to Red Rocks to experience an EDM show, this song will speak to all those volumes. Paris Burns turns up the heat on this song, adding their own heart pounding electronic beats to coordinate with the vocals of other Colorado native Laura Brehm.

Representing their state, the boys can proudly say this song is Mile High every night.

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[Majestic] Juan Cristobal + Blake SmiTh – Confessions

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Confessions

Maybe it is because he resides in Paris, the city of love, but Juan Cristobal has discovered what it is to make downright sensual and smooth majestic music. His latest song,“Confessions”, with help from Blake SmiTh, takes vocal samples from Ginuwine, Tyrese and Miguel and mixes them through a song with silky electronic beats, nothing too fast with just the right amount of slow. Grab that special someone, turn this music on and watch the magic happen.

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[Electronic/Pop] Magic Man – Every Day

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Magic Man
Every Day

This is one of those feel good songs.

Picture John Cusack with his boombox above his head blasting this jam to the girl of his dreams.
Magic Man, the rock/pop/electronic band from Boston, is set to release their new EP “You Are Here” next Tuesday, Sept. 10th. As a teaser, they released their song “Every Day”. This is one of those songs you can’t stop moving too, as I write, I’m tapping my feet and bopping my head back and forth. The song is a beautiful mix of vocals, upbeat electronic melodies and a 80’s pop sound. A great tease to make listeners excited to hear the other four tracks on their EP.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 9/5

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Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta for over the past year. We know you’ve have some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. We recently spoke with the Rolling Stone #1 Club in North America just last weekend, and you know what they said about you? That they love you guys, and they love the energy the ninjas bring to the crowd.

So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:

– Get in line up front door before 11 pm
– Show this post to the cashier

Boom. That’s it, ninjas! The only stipulations are that this deal is only valid for Friday and Saturday night this week (sorry, no freebies for Madeon), and you have to be 21 and up.

Who’s going to be lighting the decks up this week? Peep the killer talent below.

Madeon - September 5th
Madeon
Technicolor (Original)

Bassic Friday Residents - September 6th
Jantsen & Dirt Monkey
Too Darn Hot
Congorock - September 7th
Laidback Luke feat Majestic
Pogo (Congorock Edit)
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The Trap Dojo 53

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The Trap Dojo is here with your weekly trap roundup of the best from all corners of the trap spectrum. From heavy dance beats and deep basslines, to booty-droppin’ Twerk shit and hardstyle breakdowns to smooth sexy Trill we have got the beats to help any trap-a-holic through another week without going into withdrawal. LOUDPVCK kicks things off wit a heavy, bouncy remix of Kill The Noise‘s aggressive body jumping track. anytime you see a lineup of artists involved in a track as deep as Daft Punk, NERD, Nero and finally Kennedy Jones putting his spin on it, the result can only be something incredible. Keys N Krates cranks up the emotion on Alex Metric & Jacques Lu Cont‘s “Safe With You” with pitched up vocals and a deep trap bassline. Crystalize ices out some deep bass wobbles for this trapped out remixes that gets a little hard by the final drop, but not nearly as hard as what Krewella, Kai Wachi, Bro Safari and UFO! have in store for you a little farther down the list. Fools Gold is back with another great hip-hop Mixtape, this time from Queens, NY collective Worlds Fair. After some great twerk, trap and everything in between from some of the heaviest hitters in the game, things get soulful with K-Treory, and with CRNKN unleashing his inner RnB Goddess. Kastle has released some of the smoothest Lovetrap songs I’ve ever heard, but for this one, Trill Scott Heron breaks out the iron and slows it down to make something even smoother and steamier and truly beautiful.    Thanks for listening, and as always, Keep it Tunt.

Kill the Noise
Jump Ya Body (LOUDPVCK Remix)
Daft Punk ft. NERD
Hypnotize You (Nero Remix) (Kennedy Jones Trap Bootleg)
Alex Metric & Jacques Lu Cont
 Safe With You (KEYS N KRATES REMIX)
Matthew Parker
Bigger Picture (Crystalize Trap Remix)
Shabba Feat. ASAP Rocky (Feature Cuts Remix)
Worlds Fair
Get Out (Prince SAMO, Nasty Nigel, Remy Banks)  Produced by Black Noi$e
Mikos Da Gawd
Soakin Wet. W/ Matt Cali
Diamond Pistols
Twerk Ft. Anna Yvette (Free Download)
Grandtheft
Mobbin feat. Hedspin
Tropkillaz
Big Bambu feat. Sudden Beatz
DJ Snake x Yellow Claw x Spanker
Slow Down
WATAPACHI
WORK
Bro Safari x UFO!
Drama (Party Favor Remix) (Competition Grand Prize Winner)
Kill The Noise
Rockers (Bro Safari & UFO! Remix)
Krewella
Party Monster
Kai Wachi
Game Over
Katy Perry
Roar (Kennedy Jones ROAR LOUDER Remix)
Watch The Duck
Freedomville (K Theory Remix)
Cassie
Me & You (CRNKN Remix)
Kastle
Death From Above Ft JMSN (Trill Scott Heron Future Screw)

 

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[Hip-Hop] King Chip – Vortex (ft. Kid Cudi & Pusha T)

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King Chip
Vortex (ft. Kid Cudi & Pusha T)

King Chip, formerly known as Chip tha Ripper, has always been a ninja favorite for his unique brand of smooth, laid-back raps. When you add his fellow Cleveland native, Kid Cudi, to the picture the outcome never fails to be dope. On a standout from Chip’s latest mixtape, 44108, the dynamic duo, and Wicked Awesome labelmates, team up with G.O.O.D. Music’s man of the hour Pusha T for a refreshingly original track.

On “Vortex,” Cudi and Dot da Genius (aka WZRD) team up for a psychedelic, guitar and piano-laden beat setting the tone perfectly for a song about a dangerous love interest. Cudder creates one of his trademark hooks taking his vocals up an octave from what we’re used to. Pusha T continues his relentless streak of vicious bars and King Chip continues the maturation of his style delivering with the confidence of a vet.

Enjoy this great track above and, if you’re digging it as much as we are, make sure to grab the whole 44108 project, which includes a number of other notable features, for free HERE.

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[Wonka] Free n Losh – What We’ll See

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What We'll See

Gene Wilder would be a proud man if he could hear this take on one of the most iconic songs from a classic film of the millennial generation. Yes, we all remember yearning to win a golden ticket. The funny thing is, Free n Losh have just served you up with one. Even funnier, this isn’t the first time the Toronto producer duo have only been on our radar for a few months, and they keep serving us up with golden tickets.

If you’re not familiar, here is their formula. Take a classic tune that is far out of the reach of most producers’ will to remix, remix it and remix it well. Their interpretations still maintain enough nostalgia and enough classic feel that you don’t really notice that you’re hearing something different. You’re transposed into a different part of your life, a time where that track held a significant place in your mind.

Some of you may think we’re touting Free n Losh a bit much, however, we politely disagree. Take “What We’ll See” for example. We might have deeper childhood associations of fantasy and grandeur associated with these gracefully sung lyrics, but take a gander at the gorgeously composed synths, the sexy saxophone, and the large cinematic, buzzing bass line. It’s deliciously current, yet still gives you the warm and tinglies that you recall from the first time you saw Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. And on top of everything, it’s a free download. So pick it up, and reminisce on simpler times.

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