The Trap Dojo #37 + [TMN Premiere] Wild Belle – Keep You (Team Bayside High Premiere

 

I’m sure if you’re a regular Trap Dojo listener the name Team Bayside High is familiar, and this week, we’re very stoked to be bringing you the premiere of their brand new remix of Chicago indie rockers Wild Belle’s new single “Keep You”.  This remix keeps some of Wild Belle’s soulful lyrics but packs it full of heavy hitting bass along with the deep horns of the original. Watch out for the second drop with a high spacey riff that will definitely have you coming back again and again. Team Bayside High has been all over the map with the material that they choose to remix and have yet to disappoint. They also released an original tune this week called “Gold Heart” that’s featured later on the list, proving that they can craft their own tunes just as well as they can remix. You probably heard the new Knife Party EP Haunted House, and next up CRNKN turns the song “LRAD” into a huge hard-hitting trap machine.  Not much needs to be said about this next track other than its an RL Grime remix of “Love Sosa” by Chief Keef. Last week we included the original version of this Yellow Claw track, and now the homies Watapachi turn it up to 11.  Flosstradamus samples all those great lines about asses from “Mercy” for this booty-dropping anthem, with enough bass that would really feel like an “Assquake” when played on the right system. Next up is an awesome Justin Timberlake remix from Ricky Vaughn. This is the third JT remix he’s released and the third one to really impress me, and he’s said that he has more on the way. Next up we’ve got a bunch of Hip-Hop and Grime infused Trap before getting back to the more electronic side with J.Rabbit, Big Chocolate, Carnage, Dan Farber  and more. The last few songs really cool things down and the list ends with an amazing remix of the classic tune “Smoke Rings (Where Do They Go)”  perfect for a lazy summer evening.

Wild Belle
Keep You (Team Bayside High Remix)
KNIFE PARTY
LRAD (CRNKN FESTIE RMX)
Love Sosa (RL Grime Remix)
Chief Keef
Yellow Claw
Kaolo (Watapachi Remix)
FLOSSTRADAMUS
ASSQUAKE
Justin Timberlake
Pusher Love Girl (Ricky Vaughn Rework)
KENDRICK LAMAR VS. SLEEPY TOM
BACKSEAT FREESTYLE(STYLUST BEATS MASHUP)
FKi X Dj Sliink
AMDAM IV
Shackles
Big Weight Feat. Proton
Young Piff & Sandor x Jitta On The Track
Easy
Run The Jewels
Get It
Mims
Like This (Late Nite Krew Good Girls Bootleg)
Luniz
I Got 5 On It (J.Rabbit Remix) FREE DOWNLOAD
Big Chocolate
Blue Milk (June Remix)
Carnage Ft. New & Used
Signal! (Original Mix)
Team Bayside High
Gold Heart
DAN FARBER
TA TIN TING
Knife party
Lrad  (Omeguh x DBLCUP Remix )FreeDL
Kris Rod
Bass(Alter Natives remix)
Rick Ross
100 Black Coffins (Meaux Green Remix)
Ferry Corsten
Rock Your Body Rock (Vinnie Maniscalco & K
Mr. Carmack
Birth Control (Regulators Billionaire Boys Club Bootleg)
Tweet ft Missy Elliot
Oops (Oh My) (Hucci Gurl Remix)
Daddys Groove
Stellar (Play N Skillz Trap remix)
Free n Losh
Where Do They Go?

 

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[Hip-Hop] Ace Hood – Bugatti (Remix) (Feat. Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Meek Mill, French Montana, 2 Chainz, DJ Khaled & Birdman)

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Ace Hood
Bugatti (Remix) (Feat. Wiz Khalifa, T.I., Meek Mill, French Montana, 2 Chainz, DJ Khaled & Birdman)

Have you ever had one of those mornings where you wake up and have trouble remembering the events that transpired the night before? Then, as you examine your surroundings, you realize you’re sitting in a brand new Bugatti? Yeah, good times. If you haven’t ever had the pleasure of such an experience (and if that’s the case, what’s wrong with you?), we’ve got a few fellas here who’d love to describe what it feels like. Featuring the likes of Meek Mill, T.I., Wiz Khalifa, Birdman, French Montana, 2 Chainz, Future and of course, DJ Khaled, the star studded remix to Ace Hood‘s hit single “Bugatti” goes even harder than the original. The first half of the song is particularly strong, with energetic verses from Ace, Meek and Tip, while the second half starts to fall flat. In the end though, we’re left with a new heater from Ace Hood, and that’s all that matters. Grab the free download for yourself above, and stay tuned for Ace’s upcoming album, Trials & Tribulations which is set for release on July 16th.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (May 2013 Round #1)

Ever hear a song for the first time and your immediate response is “Really?? Someone let them go out like that???” Unfortunately, we know that reaction all too well. Now, we ain’t promising you’re gonna fall madly, deeply in love with every song on the Indie Dojo, but we do promise to drop kick as many craptastic ones as we can. And if you think otherwise, by all means, let us know. Suggestions, comments and/or rants as always welcome over at allegra[at]themusicninja.com. The flood gates have been opened.

Smooth Hound Smith
The Minutes
Smoke Signal
Black Holes featuring Rocco DeLuca
Whetherman
Simple Lives
Deertree
The Little Boy Lost
Quiet Hounds
Calling All Gamma Rays
Adam Stafford
Fire & Theft (LP Version)
Isaac Delusion
Early Morning

 

 

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[Denver Event] The Music Ninja and Blurred Pictures Present: Sunday Therapy 5/19

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Oh shit, Ninjas! It’s time for another Music Ninja party in Denver. This time around we’ve teamed up with local music video magicians Blurred Pictures to throw a day party. You read that right. It’s about time we have a legit day party to kick off summer with.

May 19th we’re invading Norad Dance Bar for Sunday Therapy. We have a stellar day planned out with music and drink specials. Local pickle purveyors, The Real Dill, are providing a custom bloody mary bar with their Habanero Horseradish dills and their bloody mary mix. Alongside of that will be the Drink Dice girls handing out free Drink Dice. If you’re not familiar with this product, you will be after this post. Drink Dice is a Denver based company that makes alcoholic otter pops. Yeah, that exists, and it’s awesome.

Aside from specialties of the alcoholic variety, you can also expect some amazing beats. We have an array of local DJs leading up to our headliner. Arther Schmidt aka BasicPerspective (Anjunabeats, Armada) is up first, new comer Pawnee will follow, then Electro Bliss. Jontron (Black Hole) will jump on next to lead into one of our favorite DJ/Producers, PatrickReza. Patrick is making the voyage from LA to grace Norad’s decks. Just a side note, this is Patrick’s first show in Denver!

Tickets will be $5 for girls, $8 for guys. It is a summer themed party, so summer attire is welcome. So throw on your board shorts or your bikini top and head down. It’s going to be one hell of a party. And sorry kiddos, this event is 21+.

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PatrickReza
BANG!
Purity Ring
Belispeak (PatrickReza Remix)
High For This (PatrickReza Dubstep Remix)
Ellie Goulding
Jontron
Little Room
Arthur Schmidt
You Will Be Missed Original Mix
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[Funk/Electronic] Anvil Smith – Confessions of a Sleepwalker

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From Russia with love.
It is not everyday we get a piece of music that intrigues us and the artist just happens to be from Moscow. But that is what has happened with “Confessions of a Sleepwalker” by Anvil Smith. He is a newer artist on the scene who has been obsessed with funk/electronic music for most of his life. Smith doesn’t have much musical background and started teaching himself on a barely functioning computer but what has come from this producers dream is something captivating. This album is one for those lazy spring days, chill and relaxed. In all honesty, he sounds a lot like Pretty Lights with his funk and electric mixes, grabbing vocals from different eras and adding in just the right touch of beats. He’s getting there and for a first album we give him some big credit. With a bit more time and exposure, we have no doubt Smith will be rocking with some great artists.

Just A Stranger
With The Last Beams
Looking in The Broken Mirror
When I Roll
My Wonderland is High

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[TMN Resident Artist] *NEW SONG* PatrickReza – Vitals

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I love when our Resident Artist for the month sends me an email saying: Hey, I’ve got a new song I want you guys to preview. That is one thing we will never say no to and, he is giving is as a free download to all of his fans.
PatrickReza is our highly skilled artist this month and my ears got to hear his song first and I have got to say, highly impressive. The song, “Vitals”, reminds me of just that. I picture a person lying on the floor and another person hovering over them, checking to see if their vital signs are working properly. Are they breathing? Is their heart beating? The song begins with a slow piano melody, intriguing us listeners to check our own vitals. Then at :55, Reza puts in his first drop. No it is not the typical huge drop but this is something I admire with Reza, he picks the right beats, electronic sounds and drops with each of his pieces. He knows what is enough and what would overwhelm the song and we love that he is dipping into making PR original works. The song continues with some electronic bliss and carries until the end where the piano fades away leaving us listeners with just our breathing and our hearts beating.

PatrickReza
Vitals (Free Download)
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[Hip-Hop] Lauryn Hill – Neurotic Society (Compulsory Mix)

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Lauryn Hill
Neurotic Society (Compulsory Mix)

Over the weekend hip-hop fans were provided with a real treat from one Ms. Lauryn Hill. Nearly fifteen years removed from the release of her classic debut solo album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Hill is finally one step closer to the release of a follow-up project. Fans have been clamoring for new material from the former Fugees standout for years now, and although it’s been awhile, it’s clear Lauryn has not lost a step. While the music isn’t exactly being released on her terms (check out StereoGum for the full details on the story), the quality hasn’t suffered as a result of it. Hill has long struggled with maintaining the balance between artistic integrity and succumbing to the greed and corruption prevalent in the music industry, which she alludes to in her analysis of a “Neurotic Society.” In a world of Nicki Minajs and Gucci Manes, Lauryn Hill is truly a breath of fresh air. Her rhymes, are sharp, poignant and observant, while her dizzying flow can often leave you baffled as you scramble to find the rewind button. Lauryn’s sophomore effort has no set release date yet, but if this single is any indication, the year of the comeback is truly upon us (despite what LL Cool J might think).

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