[MP3] Indie Dojo (July 2017 Round #3)

They say nothing in life comes free. False. Please see below. It’s the freest of the free weekly Indie Dojo. Zero dollars. Absolutely no strings attached. Straight from the bottom of our hearts.

’Lean – COME BACK’
’Spinn – Notice Me’
’Leisure Club – Still Young’
’Work Drugs – Midnight Emotion’
’Lomond Campbell + Modern Studies – Father is a Craftsman’
’Tender Games – Cheater’
’Cape Francis –
Iditarod’

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

It’s getting hot out there, so take off all your clothes…..grab a drink, throw on an Indie Dojo and call it a damn day.

’Ginormous Seahorse ft. Adam Clark – “Stairs”‘
’Naomi Hackl – I Was There’
’Milo Gore & Conor Dickinson – Lost In Flight’
’Jye – Beachy Girl’
’Freya Ridings Maps’
’Soft Swells – Home And Stars’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (July 2017 Round #1)

Some say today is America’s birthday, some say it’s not. We say either way, it’s a great excuse for a party. Brand new indie dojos on us!

’sure sure
Friends’
’Curtis Harding – On And On (Edit)’
’Wilder Maker – New Streets’
’Among Savages – What Goes Around’
’Lone Kodiak – Dorian (Agnes Obel Cover)’
’Titus Haug – I Will Love You Still’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (June 2017 Round #4)


A little bit folk, a little bit pop, a little bit rock, a little bit roll. You never know what’s in the Indie Dojos bag of surprises, which might even be the best part. Go ahead, grab at it. We’ll let you throw the ones you don’t like back.

’Crooked Colours
Plymouth’
’Common Deer – Settle Down’
’Lauran Hibberd – I Don’t Like It When You Smile’
’Shoa Jean Sim
Awaken’
’Aidan & the Wild
Up From The Ashes’
’keilan creech – honey waits’
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[Indie Pop] Melis – Flower

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Melis
Flower

Half Czech, half Turkish singer/songwriter Melis is giving us a sneak peek of her debut EP Parallels with the release of “Flower”, an emotionally-driven indie track that is dedicated to her father. You might recognize her voice from songwriter duo IYES, which has a more electronic and futuristic sound.

Melis explains that how “Flowers” holds a special place in her heart and leaves behind the powerful message – that if you’re going through a tough time in your life, remember to never give up and remain hopeful because dark times will not last forever. Her soothing vocals bring out the vulnerability hidden deep down, and the lyrics speak volumes about the poignant journey she went through.

If you like the talented Melis, be sure to check out the most recent music video of her track “Love Song Idea” below.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (June 2017 Round #3)

It’s here! The official week of summa, summa, summatime! And their ain’t no better way than to celebrate with a super fresh Indie Dojo. Enjoy, friends. Enjoy.

’Mosss – Here If You Want (Pale Blue)’
’BC unidos – Bicycle (feat. Shungudzo)’
’Moses Gun Collective – Spook City’
’The Last Dinosaur –
Grow’

’Angharad Drake –
Mountains’

’Rathbone – This Heart of Mine (Acoustic)’
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[Event Preview/Playlist] The Underground Music Showcase – Denver, CO

The 17th anniversary of one of Denver’s most storied music events, The Underground Music Showcase, is just around the corner. What began as a one-night performance featuring just four bands, The UMS has steadily exploded into to a four-day music and art festival featuring hundreds of performances. As the time draws nearer to what will no doubt be another incredible weekend pf performances, it’s time to get our readers familiar with this year’s crop of (mostly) burgeoning artists spanning a plethora of genres and sounds. While this recent slate of participating artists is the second wave, we can assuredly expect one more run of performers to be added to this year’s bill, so stay tuned!

This year’s bill features one of the more eclectic, varied lineups we’ve been privy to for a number of years, including a seemingly heavier focus on displaying the myriad talent spread across The Centennial State (that’s Colorado ya yokels). On the top end of things, The UMS features an incredible slate of headlining performances from the likes of Nika Roza Danilova’s influential avant-pop project Zola Jesus,  New Orleans based Benjamin Booker‘s raw brand of blues/boogie/soul/rock, Red Fang‘s primal-yet-refined  stoner-metal, John Jagos’ lofi pop alter-ego and TMN darling Brothertiger, and the smoothly subdued vocal stylings of Esmé Patterson. In addition to the already excellent pallet of headliners, The UMS also will be presenting countless sets from some of our absolute favorite Colorado artists including Flaural, Povi, RUMTUM, Slow Caves & Dragondeer. To get your ears tuned for next month’s festivities, check out our preview playlist below and get your learn on if you haven’t already. Tickets are still on presale, so hop to it and pick up a 4-day pass on the cheap here!

’Benjamin Booker – Violent Shiver’
’Brothertiger – Beyond The Infinite’
’Zola Jesus – Exhumed’
’Esmé Patterson – Green Green’
’Red Fang – Blood Like Cream’
’Slow Caves – Glares’
’Povi – 4am’
’Flaural – Culture Ghost’
’RUMTUM – Coastal Hustle’
’Dragondeer – When I See You’
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