[Deep House] Boy – Railway (Daniele Di Martino Edit) [TMN Premiere]

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Railway (Daniele Di Martino Edit)

There has been a trend of stunning deep house music coming from Germany of late, and Daniele Di Martino has added to that list a hauntingly beautiful edit of an indie cult hit from Boy. It’s not often that gorgeous indie originals can retain their same essence after undergoing the remix treatment, but there is a certain element to the production behind this that still makes it all seem impeccably pure. True to this style of music, the vocals have taken on a deeper flavour, and together with the melancholic strings layered throughout there is somehow a feeling of real solace. This in combination with the percussion-induced head bopping makes this track a treasure just waiting to be discovered. You’re in luck though because we’re happy to share it.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (January 2014 Round #4)

indie-dojo-music-ninjaWe can’t predict the future, it’s unhealthy to dwell on the past, and we should never overlook the present. Sometimes we need to just sit and chill awhile. Drown out the clutter and engage ourselves in the moment. And that is  is why we are glad you’re here. Take a second to focus on something other than everything else. We’ve got a sweet little playlist to help you color your silence.

Moonlight Mask
Whats That?(Gimme That)
Shy Nature
Lie Back
Rare Monk
Splice
Lacuna
Valerie June
Workin Woman Blues
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (January 2014 Round #3)

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Every once in a while we experience a mini life freakout.  “What the hell am I doing?” “Where the hell am I going?” “What the hell is happening next? Unless you are totally secure in your world, which is pretty awesome if you are and many kudos to you my friend, we’ve all had these questions swirling around in our brain at one point or another. The trick is to drown it out. We can only live in the present, so whats the point of stressing out about the past or future? Make the most of the moment. Appreciate your surroundings, be grateful for where you stand, and enjoy a free indie dojo. It should only take a moment or two..

Cari Cari
White Line Fever
Hello Satellites
Television Screens
Ernest Ellis
Shine Like Me
LION BARK
Longhorns
Sea Change
Lets Dance
Terminator
Preston Lovinggood

 

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(MP3 Playlist) Indie Dojo (January 2014 Round #2)

indie-dojo-music-ninjaLife can be scary, unpredictable, and freakin’ overwhelming. But the indie dojo’s got you. Sit back, relax, and let the magical powers of the playlist heal your soul.

The Daydream Club
Soundwaves of Gold (Remix)
The Harry Heart Chrysalis
You Are Not A Rarity
Goldsmith
Backbone
Lakefield
Good Guy
Jesse Woods
Tumbleweeds

 

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (January 2014 Round #1)

indie-dojo-music-ninjaHow are those New Year’s resolutions coming along? Hopefully you are on the right path to conquering each and every one. Hey,  if one of them happens to be visiting the Indie Dojo at least a couple times a week, looks like you are on the right track. Keep it up, Champ. You’ve got this.

Sheep, Dog & Wolf
Egospect
Rice Cultivation Society
King Midas
Slum Sociable
Constantly Changing
Spirit Faces
Momentum
Revier
Coins on Your Eyes

 

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[Folking Amazing] Opus Orange x Emy Reynolds – If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out

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If You Want To Sing Out Sing Out

If there’s one thing this blogger loves, it’s a great cover. If there’s one thing this blogger loves even more, it’s a folk cover. In a collaborative effort between Santa Monica folk rockers Opus Orange and Ojai based Emy Reynolds, we’re offered up a lovely cover of Cat Steven’s “If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out.”

The original sing along nature of the song is maintained in this campfire appropriate interpretation. Sit back and enjoy the ride.

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[Folk Rock] Eli Stone – Cry Evergreen

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In a joyous culmination of vocal harmonies, guitar rhythms, understated drumming and playful lead riffs, Eli Stone has us with our elbows on the table, quietly expecting to hear more. Unfortunately, there’s just this one track. Yes, “Evergreen,” is more than enough to capture any indie rock lover’s ear, but they’ll have to wait with bated breath to hear more.

We’d normally love to tell you more about an artist, providing information like where they’re from, when their album is due out or what inspired their tune, but we have none of that. All we have is head swaying indie rock, and that will have to keep you at bay until we uncover more about this surf rock inspired folk rock group.

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