Candyland has been on an absolute tear lately, whether it be filthy Dub or massive OG trap remixes, they have been killing it. This track was dropped last week when I saw them at the Matrix Fillmore in San Francisco along with a number of unreleased tunes off their upcoming album, Bring The Rain, which will be released on Spinnin Records. It starts with the always-sexy vocals from our favorite girls in the game, Krewella. Then it drops some melodic, but still filthy wobbles that have a similar sound design to their “Rattle” remix but sprinkled with more infectious melodies. Best of all, it’s free. Cheers.
Cant Control Myself (Candyland Remix)
Who’s ready for more amazing tuneage from Dada Life? This time they feature some more sexy female vocals that Dada tweaks perfectly to add to the catchiness. The title, “So Young So High” is amongst some other hilarious track names, such as “Arrive Beautiful Leave Ugly” that will also be on their upcoming album. Dada doesn’t stray away from their incredible sound design bringing some sexy synths mixed with filthy electro that hit hard. Cheers.
So Young So High
The Rules Of Dada album releases on October 16th via So Much Dada
Armed with a beatbox, guitars and a piano – The East Collective are a relatively new group that are quickly getting the attention of the suits in A&R. Their latest track “Go Hard” provides one hell of a catchy bass line coupled with some silky vocals – the uplifting summer sounds kinda urge you to hit repeat! Whilst new, they’re definitely on our ones to watch list so if you wanna go see them they’ll be appearing on Thursday 1st November @barfly Camden – head on down and enjoy.
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Although fans of Outkast will have to wait indefinitely for some new material, Big Boi has kept fans happy by consistently dropping new material. A live version of his latest single “Mama Told Me” debuted awhile back with Little Dragon on the hook. Now, the studio version has dropped and Kelly Rowland graces the chorus and hook. Her soft vocals compliment The Flush‘s 80s funk beat and Sir Luscious Left Foot delivers some dope verses. Fans can hear more when his sophomore LP Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors drops 11/13 via Def Jam.
Mama Told Me
Big Boi (feat. Kelly Rowland)
Brooklyn group Yellow Ostrich have an intimate appeal to their brand of indie rock. It’s captivating without being loud and noisy, and smart without the snark and complexities. The percussion’s always a focal point and, like a beating heart, it keeps their songs pulsing, moving forward. Though this new song “Ghost” has frontman Alex Schaaf singing with a hint of sadness, his vocals always seem to come off more inviting than depressing or distant — you actually feel closer to him. If you’ve ever seen them live (and you should!), you’ll notice that this welcoming tone is very much a part of the band’s nature; not only do they open themselves up on stage, but they are excellent at engaging with the audience. In fact, their fanbase here in New York is one of the liveliest and loyal that I’ve seen. So be sure to check ‘em out!
“Ghost” is off an EP of the same name, out October 23rd via Barsuk Records.
It’s that time you’ve all been waiting for once again, when all the week’s worries can disappear at the click of a mouse. The most satisfying part of assembling the Chill Dojo each week is that the collection isn’t restricted by genre or defined by its bpm. The tracks you hear are chosen for the feeling they invoke, a sensation where nothing else matters but the gorgeous melodies and beats flowing from your speakers. So without further ado, it’s time to tap into that feeling once again.
There was no doubt to what earned its spot as track of the week for this edition, with KOAN Sound’s remix of “Green & Blue” from the upcoming Halo 4 soundtrack being one of our most popular features on the site over recent days. Regardless of whether you’re a fan of the game series or not, this is a beautifully mellow creation from the duo that are widely known for their heavy glitch-infused bass. Another standout in this collection comes courtesy of Alex Mcghee, who takes the very unique “Telemiscommunications” from deadmau5′s recently released album, >Insert Album Title Here<, and infuses it with some wobbly goodness while still maintaining a super chill feeling. Le Youth once again slides in this week with another dance tune oozing tropical vibes which is now up for free download. Other worthy mentions go to another usual suspect to the Chill Dojo, Satin Jackets, as well as an amazing bootleg of “Sunset” by The xx which will make you fall in love with the song even more than you originally thought possible. It’s another diverse arrangement dished up in this installment, all connected by the one aim to make your Sunday as laid-back as can be. Peace out.
Green & Blue (KOAN Sound Remix)
Deadmau5 & Imogen Heap
Telemiscommunications (Alex McGhee Edit)
Plus One Minus One (Le Youth Remix)
The Socialites feat. Tesla Boy
Only This Moment (Satin Jackets Mix).mp3
Everytime You Cry (Satin Jackets Remix).mp3
Sunset (Libations & Oscillations Bootleg)
Lotus Flower Bomb (Hesk Remix)
Never Say Never (Lane 8 Rework)
Lost Without You(Dublin Aunts Daytime Sex Mix) Free D/L
End Of The World Everyday (Vindata Official Remix)
The two crazy Swedes we know as Dada Life give us a teaser for one of the newest releases that will be on their upcoming album titled, The Rules Of Dada. This track, “Boing Clash Boom” features some sexy female vocals with their always funky synths and melodies. The first drop reminded me a lot of ”Feed The Dada” but utilizing some different instruments. But the second drop, features something new from Dada Life, and that’s gnarly Hard Style drop featuring some key vocal edits. Cheers.
To check out the entire Tracklist for The Rules Of Dada and to Pre-order the album, click here.
Boing Clash Boom (PREVIEW)
The Rules Of Dada will drop on October 16th via So Much Dada