[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 90: Girl Power + Overheard at Campout

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Episode #90: Girl Power + Overheard at Campout

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With the Dirtybird Campout vibes still strong, Friday’s show was half random new tunes and half tech-house slaps. The front side features a chilled out, moody vibe highlighting new projects from Yumi Zouma, Kelela, Blue Hawaii and Four Tet. The back side is a straight party with me reminiscing about the various phenomenal sets from Dirtybird Campout last weekend.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 267)

Get ready to turn up, it’s Friday. As always we’ve got the Friday Party Playlist for you, but this week we brought some extra heat for you – not in the form of more music, it’s just for some reason people released some freebies that were exceptionally fire this week. Maybe it’s because it’s the week of Friday the 13th? Who knows. We’re not tripping about it though, we’re glad. Tracks this week come from producers like Madnap, Two Friends, DEMUR, Far Too Loud, Kai Wachi, Apashe and more. There’s even an ATLiens x Jameston Thieves collab that is top shelf alongside a Riot Ten x Sullivan King treat that we end things with because after their song things might just be burned down to the ground. Think you can handle the heat? Click play and run through all twelve!

’Madnap & Duumu – Disappear (ft. Bien)’
’The Chainsmokers – Break Up Every Night (Two Friends Remix)’
’DEMUR – Tell Me Your Secrets’
’Spag Heddy – Oh My! (Carbin Remix)’
’Tha Trickaz ✖ Dope DOD – Drop (Far Too Loud Remix)’
’ATLiens & Jameston Thieves – Ninth Dimension (Original Mix)’
’JVST SAY YES – I Just Wanna Dance’
’Godlands – Hit Em Like This’
’Kai Wachi – No Games (Bonus Track)’
’Tha Trickaz – Cloud City (Apashe Remix)’
’HMU X Adiidas – Just Do It’
’Riot Ten & Sullivan King – Body Bag’
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[House] Drezo X Dustycloud – House

We know mornings can be quite the feat. It’s always a challenge to wake yourself from a peaceful slumber and find the motivation to pull yourself out of the warm and cozy bed. Whether it’s heading off to class or another 8-hour work day, the difficulty never fades. That’s why this Tuesday morning we are thankful to have come across Drezo and Dustycloud’s energy-driven collaboration “House.”

Guided by electrifying synths and supported with a bassline that gets the adrenaline kicking, “House” is the wake up call we’ve all been asking for – one that won’t have you moaning and groaning and the thought of leaving the bed. Take a listen and we can assure that you’ll be “up and at ’em” in no time.

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Ronzel feat Blak Trash – GWAP [TMN Premiere]

Ronzel feat Blak Trash
GWAP

California is taking over the dojo with this premiere. “GWAP” was created by San Diego producer Ronzel who teamed up with Oakland’s own Blak Trash. Get your dancing shoes on, this one will get you grooving.

Released on Ghetto Ghetto, “GWAP” is a dirty deep house record that hits the bulls eye as far as good club music goes. As with many house tracks like this, the bassline takes the lead on getting you on your feet and moving. It’s simple, catchy and all around dope. Both acts killed it, delivering a song that isn’t as straightforward as you may think. They spice things up with little surprises here and there. Overall, great tune and you heard it first here in the dojo! Get your copy of “GWAP” today.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 266)

Let’s let the weekend wash over us and cleanse our bodies of the worries that plagued us this week. There’s plenty of things to do over the weekend, but no matter what you get yourself into, you’re going to need some music. That’s where we come in. Whether you’re a streamer or a downloader, we’ve got you covered with the Friday Party Playlist. Below you may find a batch of a dozen singles, all streamable and all available as free downloads. Music this week comes to the dojo from the artists Kaptain, Nazariff, Motoko, DISTO, Fed-Up, SIPPY and many more. Instead of writing a full paragraph about what you’re getting into, we should have just left it at the fact that there’s an “Ice Ice Baby” remix in the pile. Enjoy! 😛

’Whethan – Love Gang ft. Charli XCX (Maazel & Facade Remix)’
’Naxatras – Space Tunnel (Kaptain Remix)’
’Ekali – Babylon Ft. Denzel Curry (Nazariff Remix)’
’Motoko –
Memories’

’Y4NN – Bass Cannon’
’/ˈlo͞osid/ –
Arcadia’

’Vanilla Ice – Ice Ice Baby (Mikey Sky 2017 Deep Down Remix)’
’DISTO & Holly – Cutie’
’Tisoki – Time Travel (Fed
Up Remix)’
’Would You Ever (SIPPY remix) – Skrillex ft. Poo Bear’
’Matroda – On My Mind (VIP DnB Edit)’
’Terravita X The Lifted – Temple’
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[House] J. Worra – Downtown Diva EP

The house head J. Worra just dropped a hot EP called Downtown Diva on IN/ROTATION this week. The Chicago to LA producer’s biggest project yet comes in at five songs in length. Together they make for a super solid EP.

J. Worra’s cool club sound is something that has garnered attention from impressive labels with IN/ROTATION being the latest addition to her supporters. Deep, techy and incredibly fun, all her tracks, including every single one on Downtown Diva gives the listener some lively grooves to dance to. As a producer/DJ, that’s the goal right? She meets the goal time and time again. What really makes this project stick out to us is sometimes bigger tech projects like this can get a bit stale, but J. keeps things fresh from start to finish. Get your copy today.

’Track of the Day: J. Worra “Downtown Diva”’
’J. Worra – Repeat After Me’
’Premiere: J. Worra ‘What’s Your Emergency’ feat. Matthew Anthony’
’J. Worra – BNCE’
’J. Worra – Breakdown’
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[House] Syskey – Personal Disorder EP

France’s Syskey has hopped on board with the Uprise Music label with his EP Personal Disorder. Within it we get two dark and deep house tracks that will keep any party going until the sun comes up.

Shoadowed atmospheres and brooding basslines characterize this EP. Although both tracks share similar characteristics, they each deliver a slightly different tone, giving the A/B sides some distinct features. This slight diversity is all that was needed to make this next level. It’s not easy to pick a favorite out of the two, but you go ahead and give it a try. Listen through each and let us know in the comments which you like most!

’Syskey – Chasing Perfection’
’Syskey – Atypique’
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