As we continue along into 2016, we’re excited to bring you more opportunities to check out our favorite club. As you probably already know, we’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta for over three years now. We know you’ve had some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. 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:
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Get there before 9PM on Sundays.
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only).
– The deal is valid for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights.
See you on the dance floor.
Fleming & Lawrence - 4/21
’Fleming & Lawrence – Beyond the Limit (Deep Mix)’
Anytime you have a track with massive, eye-opening stats like being #1 in the Spotify Viral Charts in 20 countries, hitting #1 on Hype Machine three separate times, and being Top 5 most Shazamed globally, you know some remixes, both official, and bootleg, are bound to follow. That’s exactly what we have here today, as up-and-coming UK producer Alex Adair offers up a first look at Matt Simons‘ 2014 international smash hit “Catch & Release.”
Maintaining all of the delightful pop sensibility from the original, Adair pays at artful homage by infusing the signature sound fans have come to appreciate through tracks like “Make Me Feel Better” and “Heaven.” The vibes are chill, the synths are tropical, and the vocal sampling is impeccable, creating a perfect addition to your warm weather playlists.
This remix follows a wildly successful interpretation from Deepend, and we’re sure it will follow right along in its footsteps, winning over the ears and hearts of the music lovers around the globe.
One of hip-hops newer face, Hoody Time, is on a path to make his dreams come true. His new location of LA is just where he needs to be as he makes moves to get his name out in the open. He’s already started, and recently came out with his debut EP, The Hotness, that is beginning to turn some heads.
The Hotness is a collection of six singles that exemplify the emcee’s creative edge. Some of the tracks, including “The New Everything” and “Supreme Illitude” have that old-school flare that lovers of classic hip-hop will jive to. Other records like “Abandon” and “Little Dreamer” get more into the alternative meets independent sound that calls for skills that go beyond just making any old rap tune. Hoody Time is establishing himself as a true artist, with The Hotness being his first extended example of that. Look for him to release more singles in the future, under his own name, as well as through crossover collaborations. The Hotness is currently available for purchase on iTunes.
If Monstercat releases a song, you’ve just got to check it out. About a week ago they uploaded a single by Trivecta called “Into The Limelight” that featured Danyka Nadeau. We gave it a listen, then another one, then another one and that cycle continued for a bit.
“Into The Limelight” is a fresh take on the progressive house genre whose main-stage sound can get a little repetitive at times. Trivecta decided to give it a bit different flare, by focusing less on the melodic stabs and more on painting a solid musical picture with more dynamics. Danyka did an incredible job with her vocal feature that is one of the biggest highlights of the song. Together these acts put together something special within the progressive realm, and it should certainly get its fair share of play time at the upcoming festivals by DJs who play this time of sound. “Into The Limelight” is currently available on digital stores, so head on over to iTunes if you would like a copy.
It must have been a minute since we’ve heard anything new from Bronze Whale, but we can assure you that when they pop up in our feed, we’re listening. The guys’ latest work comes in the form of a remix of Imad Royal’s sensual track “Down For Whatever,” and it marks an interesting and pleasant deviation from the Austin duo’s normal routine.
If you’re familiar with Bronze Whale, this remix is probably going to catch you a bit off guard. As they distance themselves from their signature coalescing of future and trap-esque influence, they electrify the original with a new zest. Their production proves flawless as their unique sound surrounds and bolsters Royal’s smooth vocals, prompting listeners to zone in on both the original’s detail as well as the crisp new details of the remix.
FlyBoy might’ve just become another personal favorite. Following the success of his remix of French song “Est-ce que tu m’aimes”, the Italian producer shifts gears and explores a different sound with this collaboration with Gavrielle and Jake Newton. An infectious melody provided by Gavrielle’s vocals begins the track, and builds up with a casual disco beat and muffled backup vocals from Newton. The dance break comes in with some melodic synth stabs and cadences.
Whether you’re chilling beachside or cruising for a night drive, “Maze” will definitely serve its purpose and put you in a good mood. Like all of his other releases, this track is available for free download, so grab it while it’s hot and make sure to show some support!
Chicago is the mecca of house music, so it’s understandable that musical talents that are pushing the 128 sound are going to come out of the city. One such case of that happening is with Maestro Harrell, who has been establishing himself as one progressive house’s most talented young guns. Recently, he came out with a remix for Dzeko & Torres’ single “Home” featuring Alex Joseph.
This official remix was released through Musical Freedom just last week. With festival season here, the big uplifting anthems are going to come out of hiding. Maestro’s remix is one of those, with a powerful melodic sound that will have event attendees on their feet with their hands in the air. This isn’t the only recent record that Maestro Harrell has put out though, as he came out with “Poseidon on Mainstage Music. “Poseidon,” which was co-created by Maurice West, shares a similar vibe to Maestro’s “Home” remix. Check them both out, and head over to Beatport if you want to add them to your digital library.