[Indie/Synth-Pop] Yoke Lore – Goodpain (Blondage Remix)

Goodpain (Blondage Remix)

Brooklyn based indie-pop auteur Adrian Galvin (formerly of Walk the Moon) spins lush webs of synth soaked pop music under the Yoke Lore moniker, and closed out 2017 with the release of an excellent EP: Goodpain. This past weekend, Yoke Lore’s Goodpain was buoyed by the release of an accompanying Goodpain Remixes sister-EP featuring indie mainstays including Yeasayer, Chad Valley, Shy Girls and more; and we’ve been happily consuming it in the time since.

Standing tall among Yoke Lore’s impressive offering of remixes is Danish electro-pop duo Blondage‘s sparkling treatment of the EP’s title track “Goodpain”. Blondage unravels Lore’s original melody, infusing their revision with a healthy dose of soulful piano stabs, and a bent take on its hooky synth line. Instrumentally, the pair manage to simultaneously gloss up their version of the tune, while also painting flecks of a more minimal approach to pop music throughout. Be sure to check out the rest of Yoke Lore’s Goodpain Remixes EP, but until then stream Blondage’s remix of “Goodpain” above.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (January 2018 Round #3)

So we meet again! Or maybe this is your first time stopping by. If so, welcome. Feel free to snoop around. We’ve got a plethora of indie tunes organized into sweet little playlists, right here, every Tuesday, for your listening pleasure. And if you ever want to travel back into indie dojo time, click the “playlist” drop down menu right above this playlist here and begin your journey into the depths of indie past.
’Randall Kent
NEW COLORS ft. Dan Read’
True Romance’
’Palace Winter – Take Shelter’
Beautiful Pain’
’Matt Shill
’Sam Moss
Flowers (Single)’
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[Electro] Birthdayy Partyy – Unwrapped feat. Rico Act

Birthdayy Partyy
Unwrapped (ft. Rico Act)

For each of us Birthday parties are a once a year event. However Birthdayy Partyy is here to make sure the party doesn’t stop ever. This duo of twins has come forth with their debut single “Unwrapped” featuring rapper Rico Act. Break out the balloons, red solo cups and any other gear you need, Birthdayy Partyy has officially started.

Coming from Chicago these two have obviously been influenced by house music, but their song isn’t as straightforward as that. The hip-hop introduction really sets the stage for what’s to come – that being some dirty basslines blending the groove of G house with the energy of electro. “Unwrapped” doesn’t stop their, the song changes with the second drop, but we’ll leave that as a surprise for you. It’s only their first single and we’re already at the edge of our seat for more. Safe to say we won’t be leaving Birthdayy Partyy anytime soon! Make sure to take “Unwrapped” home with you by grabbing the free download.

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[Music Ninja Radio] Episode 99: Indie Ketchup & Cosmic Crates In the Mix

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 #99: Indie Ketchup & Cosmic Crates In the Mix

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We had a couple firsts on this episode with Brian, half of DJ duo Cosmic Crates, in the studio for a live mixing sesh. Before we got into that that, I opened up playing catch up on some of my favorite new indie rock/pop releases from Jay Som, The Sufis, Frankie Cosmos, Slenderbodies and more. When Brian joins for the second half, we chop it up about the Cosmic Crates project, his experience growing up in Detroit and thoughts on the state of electronic music today. For the final hour, we had a fun live b2b mixing session sharing some deep and hazy house cuts.

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[Electro] Solstis – Open Your Eyes

Open Your Eyes

It may take some time, but electro is definitely making a comeback. Although the style can be split between BPMs, the sound is much the same and today we’re sharing with you a midtempo marvel called “Open Your Eyes” by Solstis. This original is the third single off the duo’s upcoming debut album set for release next month.

“Open Your Eyes” doesn’t pull any punches with its warehouse ready basslines that are full of aggression and grit. This industrial-influenced monster may not be as fast paced as a lot of electro out there, but Solstis manages to input enough groove to get the perfect swing for a headbanger’s anthem. Raw, unrefined and truly a work of bass-driven art, “Open Your Eyes” is likely to continue to terrorize sets until the end of Summer 2018 and beyond. Best part about it is it’s a free download!

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[Indie Dance] BOiCE, Feline – Soaking Lovers

BOiCE, Feline
Soaking Lovers

There’s so much music out there it’s hard to keep track of it all, which is why you come to us, but even we’re not perfect. We let this little gem by BOiCE and Feline slide by us since its release about a month ago, but now we’re sharing “Soaking Lovers” with you.

Together these creatives hit us with a smooth indie dance treasure released on One of Us Records. Its unique style is instantly captivating, grabbing hold of your ears with an effortlessly fierce grip. “Soaking Lovers” is a great record for this time of year with its subtly dark sound. To get away from the cold and the aches and pains of normal life, cuddle up and throw this one on repeat! Want a copy? Grab one from digital stores today.

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[Get Crunk] Friday Party Playlist (Vol 279)

Let the week fade away into oblivion. Sure, it’s going to come back in just a few days, but let’s not focus on that. Instead bring your attention to letting loose tonight and getting the weekend started properly with some incredible tunes. As always we’ve collected free downloads over the past seven days to deliver to you here. The more music the merrier! This time around we’ve got songs from Savoy, Jameston Thieves, Tony Romera, KANDY, QUIX and many more. Grab all twelve if you’re still into collecting files or simply stream them while you shake off the worries of the week. Like what you hear? Share the playlist with friends for maximum satisfaction.

’Hanz – Winter Feat. Still Haze’
’Savoy – Don’t Quit Me Now’
’Harvey Trisdale – Fit to Be Found (Takka Remix)’
’Jameston Thieves – Hagakure Feat. Abrax Phaeton’
’DJ Snake – A Different Way feat. Lauv (Tony Romera Remix)’
’Daft Punk – Technologic (Flomind Remix)’
’Woof Logik – Divide’
’DJ Snake Feat. Lauv – A Different Way (KANDY Remix)’
’Virtual Riot – Nightmare (MAKK Remix)’
’Golden Child & sfam – Gone’
’Tokyo Tav – Touch The Sky’

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