[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (March 2016 Round #2)

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The musical world was meant to be explored. But truth be told, some of us are way more adventurous than others. So, if you have a hard time being the Indian Jones of the internet, don’t you worry your pretty little ears. We are the master ninjas of all musical exploration. We’ll do all the work and put together a little playlist for you, right here, once a week, every week. You’re welcome.

’Anima! – Silver Screen’
’Argonaut&wasp – The Sneeze’
’Aaron Taos – Hands’
’Silences – There’s A Wolf’
’James Hoffman – To Hear You Again’
’Ruby The RabbitFoot – Ways’
’Henri Bardot – Make You Love Me’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (March 2016 Round #2)

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Things come and go. Time passes through. People come in and out of our lives, but music, music stays with us. No matter what we do. And the Indie Dojo will continue to compile it into one sweet little playlist for as long as the internet lives.

’Seagoat – Pins and Needles’
’Xander Singh – Too Fast / Too Close (Demo)’
’Inspired and the Sleep – In My Labyrinth Mind’
’Old Sea Brigade – Love Brought Weight’
’Faint Peter – The Cure’
’Givers & Takers – Start The Morning’
’North Elements – COASTLINE FEAT. MELUSI// ACOUSTIC VERSION’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (March 2016 Round #1)

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It’s the first of the month, so hit play on the Indie Dojo, cash your checks & get up.

’Yoke Lore – HEAVY LOVE’
’Woodes – Daggers & Knives’
’Scott Orr – Undeniable’
’Fell Runner – Dream Catching’
’Lowpines – Part Of The Plan’
’May – Taking Champagne’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (February 2016 Round #4)

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If there is one thing we love more than finding good indie music, it’s putting it all together in an Indie Dojo to share it will all of you. Sharing is caring and even Ninjas care.

’Blessed – One And Only’
’West AM – Lying in the Dark’
’Wildes – BARE’
’The Blanco
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’Playwrite – Black Cloud’
’Billy Stonecipher – Embers’
’Andy Shauf – Jenny Come Home’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (February 2016 Round #3)

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When you need a break from the chaos or the silence or the craziness or the mundane. You know where to find us. Right here. Every Tuesday. For as long as the music carries us.

’Magic Bronson – Coconut’
’Gonzalla – Come On Hun’
’Alfred Hall Music – Safe & Sound (2016 Radio Mix)’
’Dutch Party Music – The Passenger’
’Valley Maker – By My Side’
’The Unknown Neighbour – Maybe Someday (Demo)’
’Kyson – You’
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (February 2016 Round #2)

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We live our lives in such a rush, trying to capture the things we think we need in order to be a success. And while there is definitely nothing wrong with reaching for a goal, we need to remind ourselves to slow it down. Appreciate the now, allow ourselves to breathe and realize that things that might not help us advance in one way, help us glide through the moments that seem harder than others. Sounds like an Indie Dojo fits right into that “gliding through life” category. So…here ya go. Enjoy these moments.

’Cameron A G – Way Back Home’
’Lontalius – Glow’
’Cub Sport – I’m On Fire’
’Sam Fowke – Red Handed’
’Alex Phillips – Him And Her (Demo)’
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Flora Cash – For Someone [TMN PREMIERE]

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For Someone (radio Edit)

There’s something about the frigid temperatures, piling snow drifts, and the swiftly darkening days that bear a special bond with folk music. Maybe it’s the introspective nature that’s so often associated with this time-tested genre. Maybe it’s the fact that so many of us spend the winter months more so in isolation than in connective socialization. Whatever it is, we often find ourselves throwing on some gloomy folk, bundling up with a blanket, some whiskey, and a good book during the not-so-sunny months.

Swedish husband and wife folk duo Flora Cash certainly have added another piece to our weather-induced introversion with “For Someone.” Within only a moment’s time, this tune draws you in with its haunting beauty like Alice is drawn to the circling plumes of curling smoke from the Caterpillar. Part of that allure comes from the delightfully dreary guitar strumming, which provides an approachable backdrop for the enchanting alternating vocals from Cole Randall and Shpresa Lleshaj.

Their debut record, Can Summer Love Last Forever? is due out in March. Coincidentally, that’s a question so many of us will ask come then. Until Summer comes, you can find us nose down in a Kindle, with Flora Cash radiating through our speakers.

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