[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 101: A Causmic Occasion

Music Ninja Radio is a weekly podcast recorded and broadcast live on San Francisco’s BFF.fm  from 4-6PM PST every Friday. 

Music Ninja Radio
Episode 101: A Causmic Occasion

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The homie and master beatmaker Causmic dropped by TMN Radio this week to share selections from his debut solo album Wormholes and a few tracks that inspired it. We chopped it up about the galaxy, our mutual love of Flying Lotus and the visual influences behind ‘Wormholes.’ Building off Causmic’s otherworldly originals, we kept the instrumentals going with a wide array of experimental beats and a sprinkle of new hip-hop.

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Ezko – The Plug [TMN Premiere]

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The Plug (Prod. @dunkrockprod)

The Maryland emcee Ezko has got quite the hookup for you today. His new single “The Plug” has been gifted to the dojo where it is being premiered right now! It may be a strikingly cold winter out in the Ezko’s DMV area, but he’s heating things up quickly with this sizzling single.

Ezko delivers his signature sound, a sonic space he’s held ground in by mixing different subsects of hip-hop, both contemporary and otherwise. It’s a solid turn up track, an anthem for parties everywhere. “The Plug” has a fun, hypnotic vibe that takes hold of you as it enters your ear canal and doesn’t let go. Click that play button and be among its first listeners!

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Zach Zoya Provides Dope Visuals for “Superficial”


To follow up his release of “Superficial” earlier in 2017, Montreal-based hip-hop/RnB artist Zach Zoya has released the music video accompanying the track. Premiering on Exclaim! on December 6th, Zoya has put forth a video that serves was the perfect partner for the nighttime-tailored track, putting together some dope evening vibes to boot.

To promote the release, Zoya recently performed a handful of shows across Quebec, including stops in Quebec City and Montreal. Zoya’s live performances are known to be ones of high energy and great vibes, leaving fans with a memorable concert experience.

With all this buzz surrounding Zach Zoya, it should come as no surprise that he’s signed to one of Quebec’s premier record labels in 7ième Ciel. Over the years, 7ième Ciel has helped promote and establish many Quebec artists, including Dramatik, Koriass, and more.

Check out Zoya’s music video, you can thank us later.

This kid’s doing great things, so be sure to follow him on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. That way, you won’t miss out next time he stops by your city!

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 277)

Friday is finally here. Christmas is just a few days away and you’re likely going to be traveling or partying it up before you have to spend time with your family. For any and all of those occasions we’ve got you covered with music – and don’t worry there’s no holiday jams in this. Fresh free downloads in this week’s volume come to us from Mozado, Kaizen, Ryden, BROHUG, Kedzie and many more. All twelve of these treats should satisfy your aural palate for the weekend. We’ll be back next week with another batch, but for now – Merry Christmas!

’BOiCE, Feline – Soaking Lovers’
’Mozado – Home For The Night ft. Rosé’
’Kaizen –
Sanctuary’

’Another One Bites the Dust (I am Sid Remix)’
’Ryden – Shining (ft. Rapta)’
’Tchami – World To Me (KOOS Remix)’
’Be BROHUG’
’Kedzie & Superwet – Venom (Original Mix)’
’Doctor P – Tetris (Casey Jones X Bassly Flipped It)’
’MY BAD – Trouble (feat. Delaney Kai)’
’Kelela – Frontline (Heritage Bootleg)’
’Hajj – Pay Homage Remix’
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[Festival Preview] BUKU Music & Art Project – Where Art Comes to Life

Watch out New Orleans! BUKU Music and Arts Project is coming March 9th & 10th to the party of all parties in downtown New Orleans. As expected, this festival is bringing the underground industrial nature of techno culture back to the festival circuit with an incredibly diverse genre-crossing line up that will keep you movin’ and groovin’ for two days straight.

Get lost in the multi-genre performances from electronic acts like Bassnectar and Borgore, rock bands like A Day to Remember and MGMT, hip-hop artists like Migos and Isaiah Rashad, and tons more. Talk about buku bands! There will also be live street art, custom-made industrial art installations, local food vendors, and a ton of “pop-up” performances to keep the thrill alive.

If you’re looking to up your experience, the festival also offers a VIP ticket option that gets you access to the Buku Rooftop, a multi-level structure with special amenities and VIP-only artist performances. Checkout the playlist below featuring every artist that’s been announced so far, then click here to get your tickets rolling.

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[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 96: Saturation & Soul

Music Ninja Radio is a weekly podcast recorded and broadcast live on San Francisco’s BFF.fm  from 4-6PM PST every Friday. 

Music Ninja Radio
Episode #96: Saturation & Soul

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This week’s episode kicked off with a chilled out soul / jazz vibe that carried through out, across genres. Although there were notable Friday releases from some veterans, Brockhampton‘s Saturation III was easily the project I was the most excited for. Their third album of the year delivered possibly their most ambitious and interesting yet. I matched its title by playing 4 tracks from Saturation III. The second half of the show delved into some jazzy, off-kilter house from Frits Wentink, Ben Hauke, Kerem Akdag, O’Flynn and more. I had to close out the show with a behemoth new Nicolas Jaar track from the deluxe edition of Sirens. – ash.

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[Music Video] Rob $tone Drops Two Videos Back To Back

San Diego’s own Rob $tone is finishing the year with a major push of releases. He closed out November with a music video and since then he’s dropped two more. We’ve got those two for you today for his tracks “Lately I’ve Been Feeling Myself” and “Sender.”

We’ll start with the newest project, being the minimal “Lately I’ve Been Feeling Myself.” The song itself is a great rap tune and in keeping the idea simple and focused for the visual, Rob pulled off a superb close to the year with this one. Prior to its release we got “Sender” whose music video is more lively and engaging, bringing a totally different style to the table. Together these will serve you well tonight!

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