[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (September 2014 Round #3)

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The best way to give is to expect nothing in return. So, we’re just gonna leave these little Indie Dojo right here. You can listen or scroll right through. We’re just happy to give you the option.

Kyle Lionhart
On My Own
Mammals
Depraved
Kate Miller
Collar Up
Seekae
Monster
Leisure Suite
Ease Away
Seafret
Give Me Something
Folded Like Fabric
Too Easy
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (September 2014 Round #2)

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Worried about the Zombie Apocalypse and/or the Robot Uprising? Yeah, you know who you are. The one who’s got their survival kit packed in the trunk of the car as you read this. Well, we don’t want to throw any more anxiety in your head, but have you ever really thought about what would happen to the world if music just died? Nothing new could be created and all musical talent disappeared? Yeah, we don’t like to think of it either. There are not enough survival kits in the entire world to prepare us for such horrors, except for maybe some Indie Dojos. We’ll just keep building up our arsenal of songs, so if there is ever such a tragic event (we don’t like to think about it, but at least we are prepared), you know where to find us. We will be more than happy to share our lifeline with you.

Xavier Dunn
Fuckin Problems (A$AP Rocky Cover)
Brijs
Tell It How It Is (with Ben Bishop & Dandelion)
Mid Ayr
My Mayhem
Little Shoes Big Voice
Nightfall
Lectures
Talking In A Vacuum
Sundara Karma
Indigo Puff
Natalie McCool
Dig It Out
Woodlock
Lemons

 

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (September 2014 Round #1)

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Welp, August, it’s been more than fun. Except for  the sweltering degrees of weather you have been gifting us, you will be missed. Just remember to K.I.T. We’ll be seeing ya next year! And September, September you old friend, we welcome you with open arms and the first Indie Dojo to embrace the the beginning of the end of summer.

Sticky Fingers
Gold Snafu
Sinkane
New Name
Montoya
Carry oceans
Grand Pavilion
Stranger
Rubblebucket
Sound Of Erasing
TOPS
Way to be Loved
Oso Leone
Crisantemo
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (August 2014 Round #5)

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Summer might be winding down, but it ain’t over yet. There’s still plenty of daytime hours and warm weather to soak in. Don’t let it go to waste. Just like you wouldn’t let an Indie Dojo go to waste. Someones gotta play it.

Sego
20 Years Tall
Flyte
We Are The Rain
ATTU
Dont Sleep
Tower
Cant Vibe
Vinyl Pinups
Gold Rays
George Bennett  
Calling You
Stuart Newman
One Big F
I.AM.L
Lionheart
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (August 2014 Round #4)

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Building up a music library can be an a crazy, unpredictable hobby. Some searches bring you loads of songs that spiral you into the golden spins of the interwebs and others….tumbleweeds. Just tumbleweeds. It’s a roller-coaster of emotions. We know. So if  the unpredictability is just too much to handle (Trust us.We feel your pain), let the Indie Dojo be your guide. We’ll travel the ends of the earth for you.

Tiny Little Houses
Every man knows his plague; and you are mine.
The Young Folk
Way Home
Slow Dancer
Took The Floor Out
Tropic of Pisces
Symmetry
Our Man in Berlin
Cirrhosis
Brolly
Wolfe
ESCAPISTS
Eyes

 

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (August 2014 Round #3)

indie-dojo-music-ninjaCommunication is key and sometimes we suck at it. Music, however, seems to be a universal language that soothes the soul, melts the heart, fuels the fire, and calms the storm. If you happen to be one who sucks at the whole communicating thing, try saying it with a song. Better yet…..try it with a whole entire playlist.

Rare Darling
Cold Sweat
Daniel Wilson
Killed Ya
Jordan Riddle = Suffocate
Balancer
under the same sky
Neda
The Sound
Jake Weary
Mountainside
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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (August 2014 Round #2)

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We all need some sort of support system in our life. Whether it be lovers, friends, extracurricular activities, anything that helps us get through a hard day. For some of us, it’s music.  We get home, wrap our ears in a blanket of our favorite tunes, and fall back into the arms of a magical swirl of sounds. If that sounds like something you can relate to, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve knit a wonderful little blanket full of love and support just for you.

Average Mammals
The Senses
Lupa
Statues
I Am the Sky
Half A Man
Paper Lights Music
Never Let You Go
Paul Cook & The Chronicles
Come Out Wherever You Are
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