[Electronic/Pop] More Giraffes – Dinosaur

More Giraffes
Dinosaur

More Giraffes are back at it with their second single. After launching with “Basement” the Highland Park duo was on our radar with their bright electro pop sound. With “Dinosaur” they shine even brighter.

“Dinosaur” blends a mix of genres including future, pop and more for a commercial sounding record, however, More Giraffes don’t cheeseball it up. Instead they deliver a smash hit that is truly worthy of top tier radio play. With pop and dance music colliding further, these two are carving the perfect lane to make it to the mainstream. They’ve just started, but it’s only a matter of time before things really pop. So hop on board early and get your copy of “Dinosaur” today.

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[Music Video] Raina Sokolov-Gonzalez – Unarmed

The New York creative Raina Sokolov-Gonzalez came out with a project recently we meant to share with you before today. Better late than never though! Her single “Unarmed” has been accompanied by a music video and together they will aid you in getting over the hump for this week!

Raina’s soulful single will leave you defenseless – her infectious voice will tear apart your guard and leave you bare to soak up the emotional sounds. The simple video is as engaging as the record, showcasing a unique set of images that culminate into a dance in nature. Overall, solid project all around! Enjoy.

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[Electronic] Autograf – Dead Soon (Chill Mix) feat. Lils & Bonsai Mammal

Autograf‘s single “Dead Soon” is still growing, but that didn’t stop them from dropping a chill mix of the original single. Featuring Lils and Bonsai Mammal this cerebral edit is like a shot of sonic Valium straight to the blood stream. They went for chill and they succeeded.

“Dead Soon” in its original form was already pretty chill with its melodic sensibilities, so seeing they had this mix we were intrigued. Autograf always has great work and strive to differentiate themselves, as well as push their own sound. Here they do just that by flexing a soft side for one of the most relaxing tracks we’ve heard this year – especially from dance music producers. Get your copy of this one and stay tuned for more interpretations of the track coming soon.

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[Dubstep] Porn And Chicken X Bizerk – Riot

Porn And Chicken X Bizerk
Riot

If you’re over this week already like we are, then “Riot” by Porn And Chicken and Bizerk is just what you need. This all Chicago outing resulted in a heavy cross-genre original that slams trap together with metal, dubstep and more. This one is just as crazy as you’d imagine given the name.

The Porn And Chicken crew are known for going hard as fu… well, you know. And if you don’t, you’re about to find out. Together with the equally as rambunctious Bizerk they created a record that doesn’t hold anything back. “Riot” in a live atmosphere could only incite dance-driven chaos. Even though this one utilizes sounds from trap, it’s undoubtedly a headbanger tune. Feel free to lose your $#!+ to this one and make sure to grab the free download.

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[EDM] Felix Cartal – Worry (feat. Victoria Zaro)

Get ready to have your week brightened up because Felix Cartal is back with a new song in anticipation of his new album, NEXT SEASON, coming out May 4th. As Felix explains, “Worry” is about fighting through your internal struggles and knowing that it will get better. The song’s mellow, yet uplifting vibe meshes perfectly with Victoria Zaro’s incredible voice, making it a song that you can bump to at the club or listen to during a long car ride with your friends.

The style of “Worry” seems influenced by many of the best parts of electronic music, while also remaining unique in its own way. By far my favorite part of the song, however, is Felix’s manipulation of Victoria Zaro’s voice in the buildup and drop. He manages to use Zaro’s voice as an instrument that plays a crucial role in the drop, making the song the work of art that it is.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (April 2018 Round #4)

The weather is warming, festivals are happening & Indie Dojos are a plenty (check out our archive under the “playlist” drop down menu above). Pretty sure were over here living our best lives.

’Dirty Nice – EDIT’
’Tom West – Got It Cheap’
’Rosie Mankato – Dont Be Mad’
’Water Slice – This Way’
’Savi Minds – DREAMING’
’Tom Francis – Pieces’
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Sunday Night Soul [Vol. 54]

Another 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 grind. As usual, Sunday Night Soul is specifically designed to wrap up your weekend 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:

SoundCloud || Spotify || Spotify Archive

Handbook – Mango ft. Safe Travel
Kim Tee – (No) Worry
Billie Eilish – lovely
still haze – we can kill our minds
Kaiya Crawford – In The Middle (Prod. by Ashton McCreight)
Dustin Hill – On My Mind (Feat. Chloe Hill) (Prod. Dustin Hill)
LimRinse – Take Time
The Weeknd – Wasted Times (SUA Edit)
TY SENØJ✨ – Blueish Green (Feat. Ricky Anthony)
G Swavey – Trust Issues (Prod. Deyjan)
Shaqdi – Better
Milan Ring – 2063
April + VISTA – How To Get By
Mars Today – High Stakes (GREGarious ‘Carefree’ Edit)
Miguel – Get You (Daniel Caesar Cover)
TESSA. – Float
Kinck – Blind Spot
VanJess – Addicted (prod. by IAMNOBODI)
TOKiMONSTA – Don’t Call Me (feat Yuna) (Alexander Lewis Remix)
SRNO – belong2u
Sade – kiss of life (sahar slow jamz)
Khalid – OTW ft. 6LACK, Ty Dolla $ign
Anik Khan – Oh My f/Burna Boy & Sango
Ruby Francis – Move
Ryan Fennis – Night feat. Jack Tinga
Midsplit – Fall Out (Ft. Paige Garabito & TwoPack)
Cymba – Faded ft. Josh Rubin
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