[Music Video] VenessaMichaels – Ridin’ The Waves featuring Effy & Outlaw The Artist

Back on June 8th VenessaMichaels released her debut EP, Flight, complete with three singles and an interlude. All tracks on the concept EP were magnificent, showing the evolution of Venessa as a producer. We’ve been enjoying the tracks ever since, but now we have a music video to further satisfy us.

Venessa’s collaboration with Effy and Outlaw The Artist called “Ridin’ The Waves” kicked off the EP with a bang and has subsequently grown the overall Flight project with a visual counterpart. The video centers around Effy and Outlaw, with each of them performing, as well as the two at a beautiful beach. It’s a tasteful video whose minimalist style is quite powerful. Venessa also will be hosting a 2090 Pool Party on July 29th, make sure to RSVP!

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[Music Video] Boston Bun – Spread Love (Paddington) feat. DVNO

Paddington is a classic character in children’s literature. Many of us grew up reading about his exploits all over and subsequently watching them on the big screen – although, I personally missed the feature. However, the Paddington love runs deep and the same can be said for Boston Bun whose single “Spread Love (Paddington)” plays off the bear’s legend.

Featuring DVNO, “Spread Love (Paddington) is an extremely uplifting deep house cut that is about as catchy as it gets. The same thing goes for the music video that is wild, crazy and all about fun love. Because Paddington is replaced, the wacky factor is multiplied tenfold. All in all this package of song/video is one of the more entertaining we’ve come across and you’ll likely agree. Enjoy!

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[Music Video] Lucas & Steve x Brandy – I Could Be Wrong

I could be wrong, but if you’re around our ages (pretty much, millennials here in the dojo), then you remember Brandy. The esteemed Grammy winning singer and brother of Ray J has had an amazing career in the mainstream world, but now she’s jumped into dance music via a feature on “I Could Be Wrong” by Lucas & Steve.

The Netherlands duo landed a big one with “I Could Be Wrong” on Spinnin’ Records & Big Beat. The progressive laced record is a Summer time house jam that will give you some nostalgia. Not only has the song come, but a music video as well. It’s a fun, playful visual that toys with California cliches – the beach, skateboarding etc. – in a way that is simple, yet engaging. It has us wanting to dance in the sand underneath the California sunshine.

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[Music Video] Midoca – I Don’t Want To Leave

Midoca has been on a hot streak as of late with a few superb releases that come with music videos. He continues that streak with “I Don’t Want To Leave” that also comes with a stunning visual counterpart as has seemingly become custom.

“I Don’t Want To Leave” will have you sticking around Midoca for a long time to come, if you’re not stuck like us already. It’s a majestic indie record with a cerebral, intoxicating tone. With the video we see Midoca step away from the natural landscapes that were central to his previous videos. We’re loving the progression of his music and can’t wait to hear more. We’re guessing you’ll feel the same.

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[Music Video] SUBMERSIVE – Awaken

The trance-centric producer SUBMERSIVE came out with his single “Awaken” a couple of months ago, but now we’ve got an extension of the project thanks to a beautiful music video. If you enjoyed the song, then you’re going to be enamored by its visual partner.

“Awaken” isn’t your average trance record by any means. In choosing to do a music video for it, SUBMERSIVE really had to do something just as interesting and he nailed it with this natural wonder. Shot at Joshua Tree National Park, this video is mesmerizing for numerous reasons. Check it out now and grab the free download of the single.

Awaken is a song geared and stirring the spirit inside of you, so Joshua Tree National Park was the obvious choice of location for the music video. If you’ve ever been, I’m sure you’d agree; its a magical place. Almost like an alien world, free of nearly all traces of human society. The director, Beck Graben did a great job of capturing the essence of the song with a stunning visual accompaniment.” – SUBMERSIVE

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[Music Video] Kllo – Potential

Melbourne-native cousins Simon Lam and Chloe Kaul have often been featured here on The Music Ninja, under the artist name of Kllo. They’ve returned today with their first single release since their acclaimed 2017 album Backwater, which firmly cemented their sound and identity as artists. With nothing left to prove, Lam and Kaul take some creative liberties and experiment a bit more on latest single, titled “Potential”.

“Potential” interlaces Kaul’s characteristically dreamy vocals with moody piano chords, said to have been conceived in a green room while on tour one day. You see a little bit more R&B influence come through on this track, representative of the duo’s desire to expand beyond the sonic persona that they established for themselves in 2017. The emotional track laments the loss of a love that just couldn’t work out. It comes with an accompanying music video, check it out below:

If you liked what you heard, Kllo will be kicking off a tour at the end of the month, making stops in the States before heading off to Europe. Tour dates and a ticket link are available below. Continue reading

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The Indigo Project – As Always [TMN VIDEO PREMIERE]

The Indigo Project
As Always

Coming hot off a string of successful shows, including Live at Leeds, Yorkshire-based The Indigo Project have something to tide fans over until their next tour.

“As Always,” their first single of 2018, has been making waves for the past month or so, leading the way to cheering fans across the UK this spring. Anthemic in nature, it sizzles with eccentric guitar work, equal parts booming and splashy percussion, and a delightfully raucous chorus. It’s energetic and infectious — the type of tune you can picture yourself screaming at the top of your lungs in a rowdy, humid venue.

The accompanying video, which we’re premiering here today, showcases a Day in the Life-style story, interspersed with live-action shots of Joe Spink (Frontman), Oliver Barry (guitar), Alex Crow (bass), Tony Francis (guitar) and Jack Manktelow (drums). It’s the perfect visualization, according to the band:

A teenage tale of love and loss, “As Always” is about knowing that someone will always come back to you even if it really isn’t good for you

Check out the music video below, then head over and support these lads online.

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