[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 120: Pre-OSL & Discoveries

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 120: Pre-OSL & Discoveries

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This week’s episode features a collection of alt-pop, hip-hop and new house music with a sprinkle of some of the Outside Lands acts I was most excited for. Highlights include Moses Sumney‘s enveloping track which opened the show, HONEYMOAN‘s breezy single, Choker‘s emotive brand of experimental pop, Phony Ppl’s groovy return, Matthew Dear‘s beautiful, progressive anthem and a space disco masterpiece from Lindstrøm.

 

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 303)

We’re coming in hot with thirteen tracks to spice up your Friday night. These tracks are so good, though, you’ll want to take them with you for the whole weekend. Who would you be taking with you, exactly? This week’s batch includes G-REX, DIV/IDE, Pixel Terror, Chime, Juke Ellington and more. Not only do we have the aforementioned, but we’re kicking things off with some major underground vibes from HVDES who will be releasing her debut EP next week. You ready to party? Because we are. Click that play button and have a safe, fun weekend.

’HVDES – What The Devil Does’
’G
REX – Wook Blaster (IVARR FLIP)’
’LUUDE – Omen’
’Bleu Clair & Irsan & Devarra – Phone Call’
’DIV/IDE – Go Getta’
’8ER$ – Bad Bitches’
’∆ trentino ∇ X Usica – Cryme’
’BAILO & VRG – FIRESTORM FT. BORN I MUSIC’
’Pixel Terror – WAYFARER’
’Festivillainz – Omega’
’Chime – Sherwood’
’Juke Ellington – Nobody Got It Like (Original Mix)’
’ARMNHMR – LEAVE IT ALL (Ft. LUMA)’
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[Electro] 1 7 8 8 – L & totto – F U L L / B U R S T

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There’s a few artists that have exploded onto the scene in 2018 and one of those is 1788-L. The producer has made immense strides in the last several months with some incredible tracks including a collaboration with the one and only Rezz. Now 1788-L is back with another collaboration, this time with totto on Deadbeats.

Their work together on “F U L L / B U R S T” is beyond great. The electro single is innovate and not lacking in any way. Many producers are trying to take on this style, but few come close to doing it at the level that 1788-L and totto have done here. We may have a handful of months left in the year, but we’re going out on a limb and saying this is one of the best tracks of the year. Get your copy today.

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[House] Wolfgang Gartner – Freak

Wolfgang Gartner is having quite the year so far. The legend already has tastefully collaborated with some top prodigious talents in Jaykode and k?d, but now has added another original to the catalog with “Freak.”

If you have a Summer hits playlist, then this is going straight to the top of it. Wolfgang shifts a tad from his electro house style to lighten things up with some more mainstream sound. Now, a lot of time that doesn’t pan out creatively for some, Gartner’s got the skills to pay the bills. “Freak” is a fun filled jam that you can’t help but to love. It may not be our favorite track from the master, but he surely entertained us with yet another hit.

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[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 119: A Touch of Everythang

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 119: A Touch of Everythang

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After a fun 2-hour mix of house / techno music last week, this episode returns to the usual genre smorgasbord of TMN radio. There were some exciting brand new artists to the show including the versatile stylings of Omar Apollo, a psychedelic experience from Portland band Hosannas, a vibey hip-hop cut from the Bay’s own Agpworldtour and a beautifully disorienting selection from Lotic’s debut album, ‘Power’. On the flip side, a lot of our favorite regulars dropped new albums or singles. As far as albums, The Internet’s ‘Hive Mind’ and Tanukichan’s fuzzy debut ‘Sundays’ are my personal favorites while Blood Orange’s latest single stands out as a track with endless replay value.

To close out the show I put together a disco-tinged set of house tracks. The mix includes cuts from madcat’s flawless debut EP ‘Petite musique de chanvre’, Route 8’s latest hazy project ‘Come Home’ and Detroit Swindle’s new album ‘High Life.’

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 302)

We don’t know about you, but we’re ready to get our party on. It’s finally Friday again which means another Party Playlist for your weekend festivities. We’ve got another batch of free downloads for you including records from VALENTINE, Cy Kosis, JEANIE, LUCA LUSH, Barely Alive and more. We’ve got the usual amount of twelve for you including an extra treat for you from Birthdayyy Partyy who took on Deadmau5’s most recent hit with Rob Swire. It’s so good that Soundclouds bugging API couldn’t stop us from sharing it!

’Nurko & Last Heroes – Promise Me (feat. Jessie Chambers)’
’VALENTINE – Contention’
’nelson – voyage’
’Cy Kosis – Superposition’
’BOOMBOX CARTEL – NBD (JEANIE REMIX)’
’Gerry Gonza – Ass On Fire’
’AViVA – AAA Feat Treyy G’
’NOT YOUR DOPE – Five In The Morning (with Charli XCX)’
’LUCA LUSH – DEMON FT. KAMIYADA+’
’Hekler & Gladez – 404 (TYNAN & G
REX Remix)’
’Barely Alive – Odyssey’
’Call Me – Ghost’

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[House] Alisky – Traces (feat. IOLITE)

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Traces (feat. IOLITE)

Oooooh boy, Finland’s firey talent Alisky dropped his debut single recently and it’s a hot one. The collaboration with IOLITE called “Traces” has us putting Alisky high on our lists of artists to watch. In one fell swoop he grabs our ears with both hands and forces us to pay attention to his talents.

It’s always great to see a new act debut and “Traces” couldn’t have been a better first step for the producer. He sets his tone with a dynamic house record that is as danceable as it is delightful. It starts off quick and doesn’t pull any punches for its entirety. “Traces” is a must have, so add it to your library today.

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