[Multi-Genre] Tiigers – Belial/Takedown

The Italian duo Tiigers recently dropped two heaters through MA Music. Their ferocious A/B side project is good step in the right direction and happens to be one their debut EP. Coming off a free download a couple months ago, this is the duo’s first official release.

“Belial” comes in as the A-side track, pushing forth a hybrid bass sound mixing trap with heavier elements of dubstep. It really showcases where Tiigers can go with their sound. “Takedown” shifts the sound a bit to the house realm, delivering an electro single. Although the song takes you through another sound, it centers upon the electro style that brought so many into dance music. Stream both today and grab a copy of the EP from digital stores.

’Tiigers – Belial’
’Tiigers – Takedown’
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[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 88: Ketchup Lyfe

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 #88: Ketchup Lyfe

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Anytime I take even a week off the show it feels like I’ve got way too much music to share. This time around I started with about 5 hours and whittled it down to the ones that best fit the vibe. Per usual, the show varies pretty drastically genre-wise spotlighting new albums from Mount Kimbie, LCD Soundsystem, Alvvays, Nosaj Thing, Brockhampton & Klyne. Also featured are singles from Adam Vida, Giraffage, Qrion, Slow Magic, Courtship Ritual & more.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 263)

The weekend is here. Let’s repeat that and just soak it in for all its glory – THE WEEKEND IS HERE. Friday marks the beginning of the fun for most, but even if you’ve got work or homework over the weekend, we can still help you out. No matter what your plans are, you’re going to need some music to either help you get through, or help turn up your weekend experience. This week, as we do every week, a dozen free downloads have been collected from all across the web – aka Soundcloud – for you to enjoy. This week we’ve got hits from Kasum, El Speaker, JETSET, LEViT∆TE, VALENTINE, Sippy, AFK and many more. All together these tracks should serve you well over the next couple of days. Have fun, stay safe!

’Kasum – Burned Bridges’
’El Speaker & Peacemakers – Enough ft. Sara Di Caro’
’JETSET – Rain (feat. osotyt)’
’LEViT∆TE & Macntaj – War Ready’
’Can’t Stop It – Crasty & Kim’
’Lefti – Low Light’
’Lana Del Rey & The Weeknd – Lust For Life (VALENTINE & Rob Araujo Remix)’
’Emmit Fenn Ft. Yuna – Modern Flame (miƶu Remix)’
’Guardian – SIPPY & HVWKS’
’We Might Fall (AFK x Jetset Remix)’
’Hoobs – Numerology’
’Kings of Leon – Use Somebody (Patrick Perfetto Remix)’
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[Electronic] San Holo – I Still See Your Face

San Holo
I Still See Your Face (Official Music Video in Description)

San Holo is making his return to The Music Ninja with yet another stunning masterpiece, “I Still See Your Face.” The new release is undoubtedly following the path towards the same massive success seen with his previous originals like “Light” and “The Future.” But this time, the bitbird head honcho throws quite a large curveball at listeners. Known for enlisting vocalists that perfectly complement each track he’s put out thus far, “I Still See Your Face” showcases Holo’s vox for the very first time and boy, we are definitely not disappointed.

The song stays true to the Dutch producer’s signature brand of sound as it features a buoyant, enrapturing melody constructed by youthful synths and chimes. “I Still See Your Face” will be the first single on the second Gouldian Finch compilation album. Also make sure to peep the official music video here.

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[Electronic] Autograf – Sleepless In NYC

Autograf
Sleepless in NYC

It’s been some time since we’ve posted about electronic trio Autograf, but they’ve made it back on our radar with their brand new release. “Sleepless In NYC” is an irresistible jam that you’ll want to bump on every road trip. The dreamy, euphoric production makes for the perfect backdrop to the singer’s ethereal vocals, which are later greeted by an unexpected and lively drop. What catches our attention most with Autograf’s latest is the divergence in sound compared to their previous works. “Sleepless In NYC” is definitely a step in a new direction for them and leaves us on the edge of our seats as we eagerly wait to hear what they have in store for us next.

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[Electro] Howwler – Chapter One. EP

There’s a new act that has come into play that isn’t messing around. Howwler is the mystifying producer who’s debut EP will rock your world. With just two tracks Howwler establishes himself as a person of extreme interest for lovers of bass music.

Chapter One. brings a heavy, midtempo electro sound with each track. What makes this an extraordinary one-two punch is that despite their similar styles, Howwler gives two distinct tracks that weren’t simply thrown together. As with his entire project, there’s vision with each move. It will be interesting to see where things go, but as of now it looks like Howwler has put his best foot forward first. Take a listen to Chapter One. today and grab a copy if you dig what you’re hearing.

’Midnight’
’Signs & Wonders’
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Point Blank Offers Home Studio Set Up Tips With Video & Playlist [Dojo Takeover]

Point Blank Music School is one of the best places for music producers to get a leg up. They’ve got three schools spanning the globe, as well as online classes/courses that can be taken from the comfort of your own home. Not only that, but they offer some great free videos for all sorts of tricks.

The latest tricks they shared had to do with one of the most important things for a producer: setting up their home studio. Not only has Point Blank entered the dojo to help you with your home studio, but they got their hands on our Dojo Takeover Spotify playlist to give you some great music to set up your studio to. Check the tips, check the songs and make sure to hit up Point Blank for any of your producer needs.

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