[Underground House/Techno] Keinemusik – Guilt Trip (Frankey & Sandrino Remix)

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Guilt Trip (Frankey & Sandrino Remix)

Coming in hot with a nice remix of “Guilt Trip”. Franky & Sandrino put such a nice interpretation of their own on this one. Franky & Sandrino are somewhat you call home town hero’s of Berlin. They have been in the biz for over a decade with releases on labels such as Innervisions, Drumoet Community and Mood Music.

All the balances of arrangements make sense to the listeners of house and techno people.

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[Underground House/Techno] Garzia – Lonely Planets

Lonely Planets

Baile Music label is out of Frankfurt am Main. A very strong minimal label that I have personally followed since it launched in 09′. Although I am not familiar with Garzia as a artist, but I can vouch for this release with Baile Music. Garzia achieves deep, dubby grooves with a strong presence of a intelligent production on this one. Out of the entire release this one is my fav.

Garzia – “Lonely Planets” is set to release on March 5th 2018

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[Underground House/Techno] Runnin’ – Wajatta (Reggie Watts & John Tejada)

Wajatta (Reggie Watts & John Tejada)

Uh — whoa! First of all John Tejada is a techno genius and Reggie Watts is a brilliant musician. I can remember watching a Reggie Watts video “I just want to” before it went viral. With this video I was completely blown away by Reggie’s voice and his performance, he had me hooked with his new corky musical composition and techniques. We all might know by now Reggie is a permanent fixture on late night tv. John Tejada, where do I start, from Austria, been producing since the late 90’s, has been on every single major house/techno label there ever was. John’s remixes and originals are always top tier of the music food chain. So for these two major influencers to combined forces is quite unique, but not shocking. I love to see all walks of the music spectrum collaborate on all levels.

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[Electronic] Blood Cultures – Scenes From A Midnight Movie (OTR Remix)

Blood Cultures
Scenes From A Midnight Movie (OTR Remix)

Atlanta producer OTR has stepped away from dropping originals to release his official remix of “Scenes From A Midnight Movie” for the New Jersey creative Blood Cultures. This smooth remix is just what you need to end the day on the right note.

The original has been out for quite some time, pushing forth a retro indie sound, while OTR updates it and shifts the sound into his own territory. OTR’s aural move takes the track into a more atmospheric zone. It’s one of those tracks you can just throw on repeat and bask in it’s timelessness. Grab some headphones and see for yourself!

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[Electronic] Moods – Comfortable feat. HIGH HØØPS

Comfortable Feat. HIGH HØØPS

Rotterdam producer Moods has returned with another sexy original. “Comfortable” comes to us through the Boogie Angst pipeline and features New Zealand’s own HIGH HØØPS on the vocals. Together these two put together a hell of a record.

“Comfortable” will make you feel just that, extremely comfortable. It’s a beautiful barrage of sensual tones and textures that melt away any emotional pain you may have. It’s essentially a musical pharmaceutical. From the riveting guitar riffs to the ethereal soundscapes to every single little detail from both producer and performer, “Comfortable” does it all right. Do yourself a solid and grab this one from digital stores.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (March 2017 Round #1)

Welp, March is here. Which means in 2018 alone, we’ve already thrown at least 50 new indie jams your way. And what do ya know, today we’ve got 8 more to add to your musical world. You’re welcome.
Before We Leave’
Off and On’
’Lucy Lu
Golden Prairie’
’Ashton York
’Alex Bay
New America’
’Jessica Walters
The Rip (MIST EP)’
’Elsmore Carey
Come On Love’
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[Music Video] Santino Corleon – No Baby Momma

Every American’s guilty pleasure, the Maury Show – or Jerry Springer if you’re feeling extra rowdy – has just inspired a dope music video from Santino Corleon. His track “No Baby Momma” off his Therapy LP received a rambunctious music video treatment that we can’t get enough of her ein the dojo.

The actual “No Baby Momma” song is a hip-hop treasure, blending in comically playful elements to an otherwise hard-hitting heater. With the music video we get a taste of the Maury show alongside other imagery centered upon Santino. This is one of our favorite music videos of recent memory – it’s accessible, engaging and a whole lot of fun to watch. Having the song be incredible also helps the project. Enjoy this one and make sure to check out Santino’s full LP on iTunes.

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