[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (March 2020 Round #4)

’A.O. Gerber – In The Morning’
’ufo ufo – Fools’
’The Spring – Colors Of Consciousness’
’Jessie Reid – Time Goes By (mastered)’
’Mishara Music – Nine Mile Kite’
’Tyler Brown Williams – Never Stop (with lyrics)’
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[MP3 Playist] Indie Dojo (March 2020 Round #3)

’Bickle – Naked’
’Mitchell Santiago – Falling’
’tennyson – wintersleep (imagiro remix)’
’Kate Bollinger – No Other Like You’
’Blue Material – Blue Blood’
’Ian Randall Thornton – 2. Hiatus’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (March 2020 Round #2)

’Lucinda R. – TIN TIN’
’Mercury Slim – Polka Dot Shoes’
’Penny and Dime – Velvet Sun’
’Glenn Echo – Overwhelm’
’Evan Crommett – Boys & Girls in Hell’s Kitchen’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (February 2020 Round #2)

’Creature of Doom – Elephant In The Room’
’Gotts Street Park – Favourite Kind Of Girl’
’Bookie Baker – Autumn Wind’
’Jonny Morgan – Hurt Me – (Nashville Demo)’
’Eliza Edens – Days, Nights’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (March 2020 Round #1)

’Louis Prince – The Number Thirteen’
’Bamily – Together Whatever’
’Dancing on Tables – Stay’
’The Lost Hour – Shiver & Shake’
’Fosza – Patch’
’Deeper – Lake Song’
’Field Medic – henna tattoo’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (February 2020 Round #3)

’Rhineland – Oakley Avenue’
’Jesse Aicher x Westerns – Surf’s Up, I’m Drowning ‘
’Lowercase Committee – Alone Anymore’
’Mike Stocksdale – Wishes and Wants’
’Mara Connor – Wildfire’
’Edward Doyle – The Pain’
’Ben Strawn – Something New’
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Christian Cohle – Breathe [TMN PREMIERE]

Set to the pace of thundering percussion, “Breathe” is fresh, delicious, and primed for your ears. It comes to you via Dublin-born Christian Cohle, who apparently wears many hats, including producing, singing, songwriting, and expertly pan-searing sustainably caught salmon. Okay, that last one was a shot in the dark, but you never know.

Grounded with a contemporary pop flavor, twisted up with a modern, yet sophisticated electronic backbone, Cohle’s style has a familiar feel, yet stands alone. His vocals should do more than enough for anyone who fancies the likes of James Vincent McMorrow and James Blake and his production skills effortlessly cross boundaries and genres, tapping the virtual shoulders of indie dance fans.

No matter how you choose to approach “Breathe” you’ll walk away satisfied. Seeing as how this is one of his first releases, we can safely assume you’re in for a whole hell of a lot more.

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