[Indietronica] Call Me Señor – Begging for Trouble EP


Whatever you want to call it is fine with us. Whether it’s electro rock, indietronica or dance punk, Call me Señor is a god damn good time to listen to. These Parisian amis have a wildly infectious sound with their catchy guitar riffs and bigger than life, buzzing electro synths.

The title track for the EP, “Begging for Trouble” is a perfect example of how rock and electro can fuse together creating the perfect dance tune. No “four to the floor” beat needed here. This will get any ass moving. Take a listen. This track flirts with comparisons to Phoenix and Two Door Cinema Club with ease, providing head shaking rhythms, hand claps, and playful guitar riffs.

Once you’re able to stop listening to that track, move on to the rest. None of them will disappoint.

Call me Señor
Begging For Trouble
Call Me Señor
Call Me Señor
Call Me Señor
We Get by
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[STREAM THE LINEUP] Global Dance Festival – Red Rocks July 19, 20, 21



A time when musicians gather at outdoor venues to fill the crisp warm nights with beautiful melodies and heart palpitating sounds while fans dance and sing to their summer nights ends.One of the most talked about summer 3-day concert series is coming up this weekend at the #1 ranked outdoor venue Red Rocks in beautiful Colorado.

The Global Dance Festival is back in it’s 11th year and the line up is off the walls this year. While I wish I could go into every artist on every night the truth is, this article would turn into a small book. So check out the fantastic line-up below and if you are in Colorado this upcoming weekend make sure to find your way up to the Red Rocks for three amazing nights of some incredibly talented musicians.

Beats Antique, EOTO, Emancipator, Conspirator, Papadosio, Ott, Zoogma, Signal Path, Sorne, Bass Physics

GET LUCKY (feat. Charles Butler) Beats Antique COVER
Signal Path
Shaman of Snakes
Bass Physics
Summer Solstice
Saturday: Savoy, Sander VanDoorn, Arty, Emma Hewitt, Carnage, Candyland, Robag Wruhme, Justin Martin, KTheory, Ecotek, JFlash, Dragon & Jontron, Triad Dragons, Joman, JQA, Turner&Heit, Aviva, Justin Sloe of Droog, Nutmeg, Oona Dahl
You & I
Sander van Doorn
Neon (Edit)
Arty feat. Fiora
Grand Finale
Dash Berlin
Waiting (ft. Emma Hewitt)
Carnage & KillaGraham
Mr. Lover (Original Mix)
Rick Rollin (Candylands OG Mix)
Meeting Sea / Robag´s Wolser Schelek NB
nude (justin martin remix)
The Wall
Stardust Original mix
Dont Stop Calling (J Flash Mashup)
Dragon & Jontron
Ellie Goulding
I Know You Care (Triad Dragons Remix)
New Dimensions (Out Now)
Deeper Love (Original Mix)
Watch Your Manners (Original Mix)
Inxec & Droog
They Wos
Oona Dahl
Eidolon (snip) Out now on YUMA Recordings
Sunday: Special Performance by Grizmatik, Mimosa, Griz, Gramatik, Baauer & R.L.Grime, Cookie Monsta, Craze, Seven Lions, DJ Green Lantern, Kill Paris, Ryan Hemsworth, Jim-E Stack, Sound Remedy, Savages, Basscrooks, Ishe, Fury
Digital Liberation Is Mad Freedom
Gettin Live
You Dont Understand
Love Sosa (RL Grime Remix)
Chief Keef
You & Me ft. Eliza Doolittle (Baauer Remix)
Cookie Monsta
Yow Momma
Seven Lions
Fevers (Ft. Minnesota and Mimi Page)
Kill Paris
Falling In Love Again (Feat. Marty Rod & Alma)
Bando (Ryan Hemsworth Remix)
E Stack
Sound Remedy
Baddest (Basscrooks Remix)
Citrus & Just Ben
Cream (Ishe Remix)
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[MP3 Playlist] The Chill Dojo #43

chill dojo

Chill Dojo #43, where have you been hiding? For any keen ninjas playing along at home, you may have thought we’d gone and jumped straight to #44 and skipped out on a key edition. For anyone who didn’t realize, congrats anyway because we have another playlist of great music to make up for the lack of chill last week. Everyone’s a winner!

And what better prize than our first track from Danish musician Galimatias which is an absolute delight. There is certainly something going on in Scandinavia right now when you have artists like this and Norway’s Cashmere Cat producing some truly special sounds that are taking the world by storm. ‘Marshmallow Grove’ and ‘Lakeside Blu’ are just a few examples of this magic being brewed for our ears. And if we’re talking global sensations, Bondax have certainly been gaining attention far beyond their UK homeland, and their latest summer jam ‘Giving it All’ is certain to keep that momentum going. But it’s not all happening in Europe, and there’s plenty to enjoy from US artists as well. This sexy remix of ‘Her Favorite Song’ from Oliver is out to prove just that,  as well as another batch of ‘C O O L’ remixes with the release of Le Youth’s EP. Dojo favourite Lane 8 is our pick of the bunch, so if you’ve happened to miss all the other versions we’ve featured, make sure not to sleep on this one.  Now it’s been a while since we’ve ended the playlist with a fun little novelty track, and in late celebration of the 4th of July, we’ve got Giraffage’s hilarious remake of ‘Party in the USA’. As amusing as it is, it’s actually quite impressive how the quality production transforms the grating tone of the Miley Cyrus original into something so listenable.

But no matter where you hail from, we’re celebrating the amazing sounds coming from all corners of the globe. That’s what music is all about. Peace out.

Chill Dojo #43 zip

Marshmallow Grove
Galimatias & Soundtale
06 Lakeside Blu (Young Chimera EP)
Giving It All (Radio Edit)
Her Favorite Song (Oliver Remix)
Le Youth
C O O L (Lane 8 Remix)
Le Youth
C O O L (Henry Krinkle Remix)
Justin Timberlake
Suit & Tie (Oliver Nelson Remix)
Trying To Be Cool (Edwin Van Cleef Remix)
Raton Laveur (Radio Edit)
Keep On
My Baby
City Life (Moods Remix)
Miley Cyrus
Party In The USA (Giraffage Remix)
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[Synth-Pop] Carousel – Not Enough

Not Enough

Lately, we’ve been on the fortunate receiving end of a highly regarded number of singles from synth-pop duo Carousel, with last week’s “Wolf’s Awake” and today we had another surprise waiting for us on our desks from Jackson Phillips and Kevin Friedman’s artist project. “Not Enough” is Carousel’s latest effort and again will be a vital piece of a forthcoming EP, Palms, which is set to be self-released during the first week of August. Carousel’s astute commitment to their craft will no doubt bring some major labels come calling in the tail end of 2013, but it has been an absolute inspiration witnessing the development of two talented artists producing and releasing their critically acclaimed music on their own terms. “Not Enough” is another fun stab into pop territory earmarked by a heavy MIDI hook, and four by four rhythm spurring on the clever instrumentation. Check out Carousel’s “Not Enough” above, and be ready for a new complete body of work from our boys out in L.A.

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[MP3 Playlist] The Chill Dojo #44

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As predicted the Summer tunes are in full swing and this dojo is reaping the rewards, and sharing them out of course. This edition is chock-full of beach-ready music and is best enjoyed under high volumes of sun. These sounds are so summer you’ll get a tan just by listening.

It’s a big call to make, but take one listen to pick number 1 this week and you’ll fully agree. Together with the ever-chill vocals of Patrick Baker, 5 Reasons has created something truly magical with this rework of a Bob Marley classic. He’s gone and done the unthinkable in making an original from the king of reggae sound even more laid-back. It’s quite a feat indeed, and the bright percussive flavour is definitely one of the keys to success. This one is a jam, hands down. Our next feature is one of those pieces of music to lose yourself in. Rising Australian duo Willow Beats have crafted a majestic track that floats along like a feather in the breeze, infused with gorgeous guitar and vocals that are just as soft. In unexplainable ways it seems to slow the flow of time and transport your imagination to a place of fantasy. It hasn’t taken long, but it seems we’re writing about dojo favourite Snakehips once again. It’s for good reason though, cos this remix of the enchanting BANKS is so smooth. The signature Snakehips production style is no stranger to these vocals, their forces having combined many times before, and hopefully it’s a meeting of sounds that will continue for a long time to come, because it’s a proven winner.  Also a verified success is the amazing ‘White Lies’ from We Sink. Well, get ready to fall in love with it all over again as we present NY producer Kruisemode’s take on the original, and it is pure vibes. A few weeks ago TMN introduced the eclectic sounds of Free n Losh, and they’ve made their way into the Chill dojo this week with a stunning remix of Swedish band Nervous Nellie. Seems everything this duo touch is gold.

It’s a good week when it’s a battle to choose the top features in the playlist, but there’s definitely plenty of gems spread all throughout. Peace out.

Chill Dojo #44 zip

I Shot The Sheriff (Rework/Remix)
Warm Water (Snakehips Remix) (Extended)
White Lies (feat. Eski Göten) (Kruisemode Remix)
Gloves (Free n Losh Remix)
Killin The Vibe (Eby Le Beatz Remix)
Marvin Gaye
Your Precious Love (Jay Ueta’s Interpretation)
Dont You (ft. Ivan Franco & Tokyo Lopez)
Mirage 84 (Neptune Safari remix)
So Good
Jay West, Manuel Sahagun
Got Me Insane (Monte Remix).mp3
DAFT PUNK Doin It Right REFLEX remix
Dunkan Disco
Back to the future
Good time with me.
Major Lazer
Get Free (Jam Couché Remix) FREE DOWNLOAD
Jennifer Lopez
Live It Up (Jesper Samuelson Remix)
Wifey (Instrumental)
Lovin U
Wifey (Fwdslxsh Edit)
Ryan Leslie
Addiction ft. Cassie & Fabolous ( Phazz Remix )
Alienz (Two Fresh Remix)
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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #60


Hey hey, ninjas! It’s Friiiiiiday. The seemingly insurmountable task of getting through another week of work has somehow magically become a reality. It’s time to loosen up with a frosty cold one and get ready for 48+ hours of freedom. As your self-proclaimed guide to imbibing we’re instructing you to press play and live it up.


Beat It (Mutrix Remix)
Michael Jackson
Mashup The Dance
Major Lazer & The Partysquad (Drunken Masters Remix)
Koyote Mashup
Less Go (Porter Robinson // Reece Low // Lil Jon)
Jessie J. feat. Big Sean (Ahzee Remix)
Sander Van Doorn
Neon (Ahzee Remix)
Hit The Clarity Cannonball (Leo Laurettis Bootleg)
GTA & D. Lab & Showtek & J. Prime Feat. Foxes
Martin Garrix
Animals (Henry Himself Rework)
DYNAMO (Original Mix)
Springen (Riggi & Piros Remix)
Elton John
Tiny Dancer feat. casey barnes (TMass Dubstep Version)
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[Summer] Showtek – Booyah Feat. We Are Loud! & Sonny Wilson

Showtek Feat. We Are Loud! & Sonny Wilson

Even if you aren’t the biggest reggae fan, you have to admit that it’s pretty nice to enjoy during the summer months. While we all loved the most recent Bob Marley remixed album, it’s pretty refreshing to hear some new style reggae accompanied by some of the games best beatsmiths.

“Booyah”, which is due out on August 19th via Spinnin, has that summertime rasta feel infused with big room maestro Showtek’s signature sounds. The massive festival style synths are there to accompany the vocals from We Are Loud! & Sonny Wilson. One of the most impressive characteristics of this tune falls right into place with what we love about Showtek. These guys really know how to blend genres to create a listening experience that’s enjoyable for all types of EDM enthusiasts. The big room is there, of course, but this track also features a drum n bass style build from 2:00-2:30. The fast paced snares and hi hats really add some excitement to the tune which lead to the 2nd drop of the tune.

One thing is for certain, this one will not only make you want to dance, but will light up dance floors across the world.

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