[Booty Bass] Ivarr – Party People

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Party People [FREE DOWNLOAD}

Here at The Music Ninja we supply only the finest records for all of you party goers out there! Whether it be a trap banger, a booty bass track, or even something sweet for your soft side we bring you nothing but the best! Ivarr’s newest track “Party People” samples bits and pieces from Kano’s “I’m Ready” and the Tag Team classic “Whoomp! There It Is” to create “Party People”! This booty bass track may be sitting at 128 beats per minute but it most definitely will make you twerk! It’s a bit crazy to see such talented artists like Ivarr have less than one thousand followers, especially being featured on a couple of David Heartbreak compilations! I guess that’s where we come into place, bringing you those hidden gems like Ivarr’s “Party People”; trust me we’re not stopping anytime soon!

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[Jersey Club] Liz – Y2K (Vices Remix)

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Y2K (Vices Remix)

I’m sure you’re all aware that Jersey Club is the next best thing since kung-fu and karate, but are you completely familiar with Vices yet? If you aren’t completely familiar of this duo, then now is the time to soak it all in through musical osmosis! The water drop samples will surely help in the process on Vices’ remix of Y2K!

Vices is a Jersey Club duo which is oddly located out of Orlando. You may be wondering “wouldn’t that make Vices ‘Orlando Club’ or am I tripping?’” The answer to your question is yes you’re tripping, and no this is Jersey Club! Typically Jersey Club consists of a unique four to the floor drum style with a bit of swing on the kick towards the end of the bar, and some mind blowing vocal chops. On this Y2K remix Vices takes things to the next level by combining the standard style for Jersey Club and adding detuned vocals in to the mix, some water droplets, a few very sexual moans and some pitched bed squeaks creating the biggest Jersey Club remix to drop this year!

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[Electronic/Experimental] Sampha – Slow Lights

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Sampha
Slow Lights

Over the last few years, rising producer/singer Sampha has worked on projects with SBTRKT, Drake, and released a six-track solo EP, Dual, in 2013. Needless to say, fans are anxious to get their hands on his upcoming debut album. According to a new post from Sampha, it’s currently in the works, and he has a brand new track to share with the world.

His latest comes in the form of a new instrumental (emphasis on the -mental) track “Slow Lights.” Spacey synth arrangements fade in and out of one another as Sampha adds a heavenly vocal extension into the mix, resulting in a three-minute ride through psychedelic soundscapes and off the wall production. Check out the track above and be on the lookout for more music from Sampha in the near future.

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[NEW] Jamie xx – Girl

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Jamie xx
Girl

James Blake previewed this glorious track titled “Girl” by Jamie xx on his BBC Radio 1 Residency show last month. He made a mistake and called it “Bloke” by Simon Tallwhacker, but James corrects himself during Aprils mix (featured below). We took the rip from the previous mix because he talks all over the most recent one, but none the less this track should give you the chills. Featuring his classic style of dreamy vocal edits mixed with flawless drum work, this one should be on repeat for a while. Cheers.

Click here to listen to Aprils mix.

via NHU

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[Video/Chill/House] Sebastian Carter – Stranger Sights (Feat. Henry Green)

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Stranger Sights (feat. Henry Green)

Sebastian Carter has graced the pages of TMN multiple times behind a smooth and emotive brand of house remixes, but this time the Swiss born producer is back and armed with a beautiful original record featuring an ethereal vocal contribution from budding UK troubadour Henry Green. “Stranger Sights” executes a succinct hi-hat shuffle plucked right out of NYC’s Paradise Garage brand of late 80′s dance music; but rather than a jacking house vibe at its core, there lies a very seductive and melodic heartbeat to the tune. Henry Green, whose vocals we had never heard before, casts an even more soothing aesthetic onto “Stranger Sights” with his reverb treated crooning, and behind those beautifully coalescing elements, this one quickly took the place as our favorite Sebastian Carter tune. As an added bonus, the visually stimulating music video plays just as well as the track does aurally. The pair teamed up with rising photographer/videographer Jack Toohey, who had this to day about the project: “I was inspired by the mysterious quality of the song, I immediately pictured aimless wandering on a cold night. Picking up on lyrics like ‘retrace my steps, ‘wasting time’… That feeling of being out dancing until 3am – every things a bit of a blur – dangerous thoughts like ‘in the hope  that i’ll be yours again’ start slipping back into your mind. I guess it’s just trying to capture that feeling and that mystique of the hours before dawn.”  We think both the song and video nailed it. Stream “Stranger Sights” above (which you can download for free on his Soundcloud), and check out the official music video after the jump.

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[Indie] RBTS WIN – Death Magic

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Death Magic

Up-and-comer duo RBTS WIN tease us with upcoming summer vibes in “Death Magic,” a sneak preview into their album Palm Sunday. Semblant to Painted Palms and the laid-back Vacationer sound (give the song “Trip” a go), this track sets a sultry pace in an easy 20 seconds. It’s got that balanced combo of psychedelia and pop that really exhales that sunny vibrancy.

Soak it all up. The easy cadence will transport you instantly to a beachside boardwalk, midsummer or to a sunlit, sun-basking easy mountain hike. The hazy, warm nostalgia meanders gently and brings you some of their native warmth from Miami Beach all the way up to their current outpost in Asheville, NC.

As the weather’s finally waking everyone up from hibernation, let this track welcome all things warm and laid-back to come. We’re stoked to let this one roll on repeat and wait as patiently as possible for the full album to ease its way out.

 

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[Experimental/Indie] Pattern Is Movement – River

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Philadelphia duo Pattern Is Movement have made their self-titled new album available for streaming a week before its scheduled release.

Their first record in six years, Pattern Is Movement masterminds Christopher Ward and Andrew Thiboldeaux have cited influences on this album ranging everywhere from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood to Werner Herzog. An odd combination of influences, but one that is evident in the duo’s music.

Pattern Is Movement’s sound contains a wild mix of meticulous melodies and distinct dialects. When I listen to this new record, I hear a vocal resemblance to indie-pop dreamers Local Natives, mixed with the experimental noise pop of Dirty Projectors. The unison, soul-infused vocal patterns wash delicately over a foundation of feverish synth and pulsing percussion.

Pattern Is Movement is out April 1 via Hometapes. You can listen to the album in its entirety here.

Pattern Is Movement River
Pattern Is Movement Climb To Me
Pattern Is Movement Rum
Pattern Is Movement Little By Little
Pattern Is Movement Suckling
Pattern Is Movement Gone My Love
Pattern Is Movement Lets Be Done
Pattern Is Movement Make It Right
Pattern Is Movement Wonderful
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