Dillon Francis – Bootleg Fireworks (The Rebirth) [Trap VIP]

Yes you are reading correctly, Dillon Francis dropped a Trap VIP of his massive tune “Bootleg Fireworks”. This was ripped from Rinse FM yesterday, and features an incredible re-work of an already amazing track, “Bootleg Fireworks”. We covered Dillon’s first Rebirth of “Masta Blasta” and this one might be even more hectic. Featuring some incredible chopping and splicing, tweaking this massive track in all the right ways. No new on the release date yet, Cheers.

Bootleg Fireworks (The Rebirth) (Live from Rinse.fm)

via Run The Trap

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[Hip-Hop] Joey Bada$$ – Unorthodox (Prod. DJ Premier)

Mountain Dew’s Green Label Sound has brought together a dream duo with Joey Bada$$ and DJ Premier. With Joey’s Brooklyn twang and old school flow over Premo’s patented spins, it feels like the track was pulled straight out of 1995 (the year he was born in case you wanted a fun fact). As he’s been doing for the past few months, the young New Yorker delivers lyrical complexity far beyond his years, leaving us to wonder just how potent he can be as an emcee.

Joey Bada$$
Unorthodox (Prod. DJ Premier)


Joey Bada$$
DONT QUIT YOUR DAY JOB! (Prod. Lee Bannon)
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[Denver Events] This Week at Beta – 1/31

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, 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!

Wippenberg - January 31th
Wotzefak (Teaser)
Helicopter Showdown - February 2nd
The Partysquad
Go Down Low (Luminox Remix)

Moguai - February 2nd

Extreme Ways (MOGUAI Remix)
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[NEW] Iron and Wine – Lovers’ Revolution

Sam Beam, aka Iron and Wine, has been known for his delicate folk rock and heart-wrenching tales — my personal LP favorites being 2002′s The Creek Drank The Cradle and and 2004′s Our Endless Numbered Days — nearly leading and inspiring that niche corner of music for good chunks of time. But on his newest song, “Lovers’ Revolution,” he shifts away from that sound, instead dabbling in brass-heavy arrangements perfect for a free-form night at the local jazz club. It’s an interesting change, and one that longtime fans might have to get used to, but it shows that Beam hasn’t lost one drop of that creative blood that propelled his career in the first place. Listen in below.

Iron and Wine
Lovers Revolution

Iron and Wine’s fifth album, Ghost on Ghost, comes out April 16th on Nonesuch Records.

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Big Chocolate – Blue Milk (Kid Ranger Remix)

Coming off from the massive reaction to his drumstep remix of Savage’s 2005 classic song ‘Swing’, Kid Ranger brings another full force rendition of a much recent track: Big Chocolate’s very own Hip/Hop and Trap concoction ‘Blue Milk’. The marriage between Hip/Hop and Trap may be obvious, but it is artists like Big Chocolate that extend this Honeymoon period bringing excitement and experimentation to the wonderful love affair.

The California producer proves himself, yet again, paying tribute to the original’s heavier dynamics while infusing an intense, high-pressured bassline, rich in both intensity and appeal. This head-bobber is Kid Ranger’s submission to Big Chocolate remix competition for ‘Blue Milk’ and we urge you to help us vote for Kid Ranger here.

Big Chocolate
Blue Milk (Kid Ranger Remix) (VOTE NOW!)
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[Electronica] MMOTHS – All These Things feat. Holly Miranda

Listening to “All These Things” by Irish producer MMOTHS and Brooklyn songwriter Holly Miranda feels like watching a blanket of ominous clouds creep across a bright blue sky. It’s moody and ambient, charged with tingling, throbbing little electronic effects — such as an unlikely poignant screeching sound that gives goosebumps — and layered atop with Miranda’s smokey, sensual croon. If dark and tantalizing is your thing (how could it not be?), then you can’t miss out on this one.

All These Things (feat. Holly Miranda)

MMOTHS’ will release his new Diaries EP on March 4th.

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[Indie Rock] Caveman – In The City

Pulsing synths and stirring tribal percussion line this new groovy indie rock track from New York five-piece Caveman. The simmering golden melodies and frontman Matthew Iwanusa’s soaring vocals throughout “In The City,” in particular, really sweep you off your feet and transport you to another place — a place that’s awash in endless welcoming, feel-good vibes. Listen in below and let it take over you.

In The City

The band — who we’ve covered before — drop their new self-titled album April 2nd via Fat Possum.

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