[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (September 2017 Round #2)


Well, here we are. Another Tuesday, another Indie Dojo for us to enjoy. Not much room for complaining here.

’Of Jones – Atropa Belladonna’
’Pink Skies – Gettin’ Old’
’Superparka
GIRL’
’Dr. Doctor
Turbulence’
’Nona – Hold Up (Beyonce Cover)’
’Sam Valdez
Hours’
’Lean Year – “Come and See”‘
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (September 2017 Round #1)

Introvert or extrovert, doesn’t matter. The Indie Dojo will work for you either way. Keep it all to yourself or share with others. All will be good as long as someone gets a listen.
’Alex The Astronaut – Not Worth Hiding’
’The Howl & The Hum
Manea’
’The Empty House Band – Sweeter The Sound’
’Haarm
Valentine’
’Diskopunk
Fire’
’Lowly – Prepare the Lake’
’King Garbage – Forbidden Lovers (SUS025)’
’Easy Wanderlings – Dream To Keep Us Going’
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We Are Castor – Conduire [TMN Premiere]

We Are Castor
Conduire

Tomorrow We Are Castor will be releasing their massive twenty track LP, DOEP. A day early we get to give you an exclusive listen to something we’re super hyped on. “Conduire” is one of the Norwegian band’s most genre confused records and that’s just why we’re so in love with it.

From the start, you’re not really sure what you’re going to get. At first it feels a bit psychedelic, then it moves to a bluesy rock instrumental. At it’s heart that’s what “Conduire” is, but that doesn’t mean We Are Castor doesn’t throw in their own wacky mix of sounds to spice things up. From beginning to end We Are Castor has you hyper-engaged with the musical picture they’ve painted. Enjoy your exclusive first listen today and check back on the web tomorrow for the full LP.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (August 2017 Round #4)

Tunesday Tuesday, Taco Tuesday, brand new Indie Dojos. It appears that Tuesdays are HIGHLY underrated. We’ll get on fixing that, but for now, enjoy the gifts from this beautiful day.
’Adrian Fade
Cruel’
’Dang Clets
Lines’
’Count Counsellor – Open Eyes’
’Joseph of Mercury – Find You Inside’
’Raj Chrome – The Key’
’Feng Suave – Sink into the Floor (Single)’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (August 2017 Round #3)

Welp, we’re just about wrapping up the summer here. But instead of falling into the summertime sadness, we best make every moment count. Soundtrack the last hoorahs with a brand new indie dojo. You might not even notice the sweet, sweet summer slowly slipping away.
’Dutchy Party – Blade Runner’
’Happy Hallows –
Meteors’

’Julian Borrego – Small Talk’
’Dead Seem Old –
Mischief’

’Double Double Whammy – Glowing Brightly’
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FAIRCHILD – High As A Kite [TMN VIDEO PREMIERE]

FAIRCHILD
High As A Kite

Gold Coast-based six-piece FAIRCHILD want you to be enveloped by their tunes. It’s ever-apparent in their sultry guitar work, booming basslines, driving percussion work, and catch-as-all-hell hooks. “High As A Kite” certainly fits that narrative, showcasing the anthemic, widespread appeal these cats are capable of producing.

I first wrote “High As A Kite” on piano and it sounded quite sweet. But by the time we were in the studio, the track had morphed into this sort of passive aggressive anthem. I could detect this vein of anger running through the whole song. There was nothing about it that made you want to pump your fist or break something. It’s the sort of anger you swallow every time you have to bite your tongue and think something instead of saying it. The anger you hold back. – Adam Lyons

Accompanying their recent debut album release (August 4th via Canvas Sounds), FAIRCHILD is offering up a visual experience for one of their singles from So Long and Thankyou. Cuts of LA skyline, softly lit palm trees, and action footage from the band members tie together perfectly in this visual representation, complementing the powerful nature of the tune perfectly.

“High As A Kite,” and the rest of the album, can be picked up via your favorite digital music store as of right now.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (August 2017 Round #2)

There’s nothing quite as exciting as discovering one song you absolutely love from an artist you’ve never heard before and uncovering a gold mine of amazing music. We definitely know the feeling and would love nothing more than to help you scratch the surface of your newest obsession with an brand new indie dojo on the weekly. So go ahead, dive in. You never know who or what you might fall into.

’Westerman – Roads’
’Cookhouse – Made It Fly’
’Charlie Limousine – Charity Case’
’Twinsmith – Matters’
’Vacationeer
Unprepared’
’Kate Rhudy – I Don’t Think You’re an Angel (Anymore)’
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