[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (April 2019 Round #4)

Sometimes music can really hit you in the feels. But really, isn’t that what music is here for? So, come get moody with us. The Indie Dojos got you on that emotional support.

’Alfie Templeman – Stop Thinking (About Me)’
’City Park – Nights Never End’
’Blonder – Hotel In California’
’Tōth – Song To Make You Fall In Love With Me’
’Sevdaliza – MARTYR’
’Joe Kaplow – Said I Was Going And I Went’
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[Breakbeat] Birthdayy Partyy – Cake feat. Born I

Chicago’s own Birthdayy Partyy have been steadily releasing great records since their launch just over a year ago and now they may have added their best track to their public catalog.

“Cake” is the twins’ latest free download, a bass-boosted breakbeat hit that bounces between the energetic breaks with some solid trap textures. Born I features on the single and shows exactly why he’s one of the top rappers in EDM right now. Grab “Cake” today and add it to your playlists to keep the sweetness going.

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[Music Video] Mokita – Kiss and Tell

Coming out of a successful 2018 that saw him release a range of gorgeous chill-pop masterpieces, Mokita is continuing that streak in 2019 with his first single of the year. “Kiss & Tell” will surely tug at your heart strings and is bound to pave the way for even more brilliant hybrid music to come from the hand of the Nashville-based producer and singer/songwriter soon enough. The Armada releas shows his ability to hold his own by himself without anybody helping on backing production, which an exciting and impressive direction for John-Luke Carter, who is known to most simply by his stage name Mokita.
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[Music Ninja Radio] Episode #144: Soulful Selections, Bouncy Synths & Deep House

Music Ninja Radio is a weekly podcast recorded and broadcast live on San Francisco’s BFF.fm  from 4-6PM PST every Friday. 

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Episode #144: Soulful Selections, Bouncy Synths & Deep House

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This week’s episode highlights some recent indie releases alongside, Anderson .Paak’s latest soulful masterpiece, a touch of Italo-Disco vibes and some psychedelic deep house. Highlights include Nilufer Yanya’s beautiful pop-rock, Wilma Vritra’s novel take on hip-hop, gems from Omar Apollo’s ‘Friends’ EP, the latest single from French up ‘n comers Myd and a hazy remix from Paranoid London’s Johnny Aux.

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Sunday Night Soul [Vol. 92]

One week down, and another week ready to begin. The friendly faces at The Music Ninja are here to help smooth the transition as you get back to the daily grind. As usual, Sunday Night Soul is specifically designed to wrap up your weekend the right way, so dim the lights, grab a drink and let the relaxation begin. By the way, don’t forget to click the links below to make sure you’re alerted as soon as we update the playlists on Spotify and SoundCloud!

Playlist Links:

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Dani Murcia
Joshua Thew
Think You’re Getting Through
Steve Lacy
N Side
Temple Haze x narou
Please Believe Me
Fake Dad
Jessie Reyez
Righteous Way
Oya Noire
The Way It Goes
apltn x MakOto
Celeste (feat. B
Can We
sebastian mikael
Gentleman (feat. T Pain) (Remix)
Art of the Loner
anderson .paak
Make It Better (feat. Smokey Robinson)
Joel Culpepper
Caroline No (feat. Kojey Radical)
Lick Neon
My Face Is Hangin’ Low
sebastian mikael
Rain (feat. $ean Wire)
Kyle Lux
Rollin’ Stone
Lola ft. Lyam
Mountain Dew
Medasin & Felly
At Fault
David Blazer
Hush (feat. Naji)
Col3trane and FKJ
Perfect Timing
omar apollo
anderson .paak
Winners Circle
Linda Diaz
Fall in Love
Beverly Hills feat. Devin Morrison
High Hopes
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Following up an impressive six month stint, which included the release of a debut album, a headline tour, and support of acts like John Butler Trio and Angus and Julia Stone, this lovable four piece from New Zealand is back with another major splash.

Recently released through Spotify’s New Music Friday AU, “Help You Now” has been carving its way through the blogosphere and all major digital streaming platforms. As fans have come to expect from Alae, this track shimmers with Farrell-Davey’s perfectly-trembly verses and easily-recognizable choruses. It’s rife with pop sensibility, at times bordering on what I’ve experienced with American pop country, yet maintains a special uniqueness that could only come from this specific act.

‘Help You Now’ is about facing your fears. It’s about talking about what it is that’s hurting you, what it is that’s scaring you and allowing people to help. The lyrics are an attempt to normalize the process of opening up to others. – Alex Farrell-Davey
Today’s visual offering of this stunning new release comes with some serious star power, featuring Antonia Prebble, one of New Zealand’s most revered talents. It’s shot in renown Avondale’s Hollywood Cinema, which creates the perfect setting for this story to unfold.

Have a look below. When you’re through enjoying, make sure to head over and throw this group a like on Facebook. and a follow on Spotify.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (April 2019 Round #2)

It’s easy to drown in swirling black hole of internet music. So. Many. Songs. To. Sift. Through. Right? So let the Indie Dojo be your life raft. We’ll gather all the goodins’ for you to float away on.

’Elkvilla – Sink’
’Darby – Cologne Was Coming Down From The Moon’
’Elizabeth Shaw – Do I Wanna Know (Arctic Monkeys Cover)’
’Our Girl – In My Head’
’The Wild Wild – Be Here’
’Ahbi the Nomad – Marbled (Acoustic Version)’

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