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

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Roses are red, violets are blue, we made an indie dojo, and we made it just for you. XOXO
’Gems – X Valentine’
’Parcels – Older’
’Floor Staff – Saviour’
’Stevie Talks – Pollyanna’
’Dan Clews – Mountain’
’Shy Nature – Eyes So Cold (Acoustic)’
’Pi Ja Ma – By The River (demo)’
’St. South – Furthest Thing – (Drake Cover)’
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[Mp3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (February 2017 Round #2)

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There’s nothing really too cool about Tuesday, other than it’s not Monday and we are that much closer to Friday. But what if we just go ahead and throw an Indie Dojo in the mix? That might just step it up a couple notches.

’Sasha & the Bear – See Me As I Am’
’Graeme James – Alive’
’Keston Cobblers Club – Almost Home’
’Alfie – Over Our Heads’
’Kyle Morton – Survivalist Fantasy’
’Black Oak – The Clearmountain Pause’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (February 2017 Round #1)

indie-dojo-music-ninja Music can be oh so many things in our lives. A party starter, a travel buddy, a sleep soother, a workout spotter, a motivational speaker, a love proclaimer and a distraction provider. In almost any time of need, music’s got our back. And the indie dojo is here to bring us all together.

’Cattle & Cane – 7 Hours’
’Glassio – The Weight Of The World On The Girl’
’Greyface – Delilah’
’Ocean Flaws – Silver Screen’
’THE WATANABES – An Insult To The Present’
’Gold Star – Sonny’s Blues’
’Son of the Velvet Rat – Blood Red Shoes’
’Sea Girls – Daisy Daisy’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (January 2017 Round #4)

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Looking for something other than the madness? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Indie Dojo, take us away.

’Mt. Joy – Sheep’
’The New Mystics – Sparrows’
’Madeleine Mayi Meyere – You Want More’
’Grown Ocean – Like I Do’
’Bell The Band – Isn’t That Life’
’Emily Donohue – Saturday Night (Misfits Cover)’
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Benjamin Francis Leftwich talks touring, Kanye, and having wine with Damien Rice [TMN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

Ben Leftwich by Pip for Dirty Hit Records

After years of pouring over Benjamin Francis Leftwich’s music, on both sunshine-filled days and blustery winter nights, we finally got what we’ve always wanted. It took six years for us to see him perform, but it was worth every bit of those agonizingly long 2,000+ days.

Before we watched him perform, we, of course, had to spend some time with him to get up to speed with everything that had happened in that lengthy wait. Instead of crafting questions, though, we ended up just talking for a half hour. Nothing was planned, rather just two music nerds talking about life, and everything that comes with it.

TMN: You’re on a tour right now, going through the states, and you’re midway through. How’s the reception been so far?

BFL: It’s been amazing. We did a tour up here in July — a shorter tour. Kind of normal places to play. This time, I’ve played at places I’ve never been to in my life. Mobile, Alabama. San Antonio, Texas. Spent a night in New Mexico. Dallas. Houston. Orlando. Denver, Colorado, where we are now. I really take that stuff very seriously.

Where I’m at as an artist, some nights we’re playing to a lot of people, some nights we’re playing to very, very few. The truth is — I love it all. Even when it’s a few people. Those people have driven so far to be there and I’m so grateful to have them there. It spurs me emotionally as well. I know what it’s like to fall in love with a record.

It’s an amazing feeling and I’m lucky to tour with such a nice group of people. I’ve met some beautiful people. And, so much of the music I’m into is American, or heavily influenced by America in some way. Tom Petty. Springsteen. Even someone like Tallest Man on Earth. He’s one of my favorites. I know he’s Swedish, but he’s influenced by American worlds.
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (January 2017 Round #3)

indie-dojo-music-ninjaAre you getting used to writing 2017 instead of 2016 yet? Do you remember to stop off at the The Music Ninja for a new Indie Dojo every Tuesday? If not, no worries. We’ve got plenty of time to work on both of those things. Just remember, repetition is key and we are always here with a repeat button.

’Decorator – Circles’
’Incan Abraham – In My Bones’
’Louis Schefano – Come To Think’
’Simon Alexander – Phoenix Fire’
’Dom Robinson – Good Love’
’Auditorium – It’s Only God, I Swear’
’Wilderado – Talking About Love To A Cigarette’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (January 2017 Round #2)

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Think of all the music being uploaded to the internet right at this moment. Now think of all the music you’d be missing if you didn’t land right here on an Indie Dojo today. All wrapped up in a pretty little playlist just for you.

’J. Bernardt – Calm Down’
’girlyboi – Good Looks’
’Soy Xmas – Get Upset’
’Luwten – Go Honey’
’St. Solaire – Morning sun’
’Munro Fox – Walls And Clocks’
’Phoebe Bridgers – Smoke Signals’
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