Free Entry to Beta 9/15 – 9/18

Themusicninja.com is hooking up the good people of Denver this weekend.  If you’re planning on going to Beta, they claim to have free entry by printing out their post HERE. **NOTICE** UNNET is not involved with or in conjunction with this discount, so please do not attempt entry with our post! Per usual, we’re making it incredibly easy for you to get off your couch and head down. Why’s that? Because we’re hooking you up with free entry. Here’s how: – Head to the front door and enter the club before 11pm on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Get there before 5:00p on Sunday. – Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only). – The deal is valid for FRIDAY, SATURDAY, […]

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Stream Burning Man Festival Live From The Desert

Didn’t quite make it to Burning Man this year? Either you didn’t want to deal with the dust or you couldn’t find tickets? Don’t worry, we have you covered. Thanks to the official Burning Man YouTube channel, you can now watch Burning Man’s live stream. Whether it’s 6pm or 1 in the morning, Burning Man can be live streamed from the Playa this week. Stream the festival below. Source: edmsauce.com

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REVIEW: Bassnectar – Reaching Out

Bassnectar – Reaching Out Bassnectar is an electronic music mainstay & longtime favorite in bass music communities in Colorado and worldwide. With the release of the first video from his new album Unlimited (out now), Bassnectar pulled no punches.  Directed by David Dutton and featuring dancer Barbara Woortman, the story and the sound are both distinctly Bassnectar. NPR reviewed the video on their site recently, where Robin Hilton stated: The latest video from DJ and producer Bassnectar is one of the most visually arresting works to come out this year. Below is the video for Bassnectar’s first single.  We think you’ll enjoy it as much as we did! Bassnectar’s album Unlimited is out now on: iTunes Official Site

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REVIEW: The Freshest Kids

The Freshest Kids is a documentary film about the original bboys of NYC.  The original breakers.  Where the DJ culture, graffiti culture, and dance culture came together to create hip hop.  It’s important to today’s culture because this is the source of many many things in dance music today.  The breakbeat genre was built at this time and that vein of rave culture existed strictly because of the original BBoys and BGirls.  The freshest kids.  It’s a long film, and totally worth the watch especially if you can chromecast it and sitback and watch some sweet moves.  

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