[MP3 Playlist] The Chill Dojo #5

Tired? Stressed? 9 out of 10 doctors recommend The Chill Dojo as the most effective drug-free cure for whatever plagues you this Sunday. The 10th doctor suggested we buy some of the home-made herbal remedy he has growing in his basement, but we wouldn’t trust it. What you can count on though is this week’s selection of good vibrations guaranteed to keep it chill once again.

Kicking off this week is some magic chillstep from Rameses B, meshing together the gorgeous vocals of Zoë Philips with hypnotic basslines and melodies to create something that is impossible not to fall in love with. With submissions recently opening up for Flume’s ‘Sleepless’ Remix Contest, LA producers Vindata have thrown their hat in the ring with a slowed down version of the mellow original which infuses it with some extra bass and trap beats. Speaking of trap, after consistent features in the weekly trap dojo, prodigy ∆lex Young makes his debut here with something different to his usual style, but perfectly suited to this Sunday playlist. This chill dojo also features some other notable names in the trap scene, with Bauuer and SWEATER BEATS putting their mellow side on display. We conclude things this week with a unique spin on “Make It Bun Dem,” with Dreadsquad cutting through the oversaturation of filthy bass-loaded remixes using live instruments and an infectious reggae vibe, which in hindsight, was always the perfect direction to take the original.

This is the prescription to get you through this week so make sure to take regular doses when required. Peace out.

Zoë Phillips
Boat (Rameses B Remix) (FREE)
Sleepless feat. Jezzabell Doran (Vindata Remix)
▲lex Young
Winter Is All Over You (Baauer Remix).mp3
Southern Nights
Adorn (Sammy Bananas Adlib Dub)
Satin Jackets, Natalie Conway
One More Chance (Original Mix).mp3
Happy (Skreams Wayfarer Remix).mp3
Skrillex & Damian Marley
Make it bun dem (Dreadsquad remix) FREE DOWNLOAD
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[Pop] Lisa Mitchell – Bless This Mess

Lisa Mitchell bless this mess

Australian singer-songwriter Lisa Mitchell is all set to drop her new record next month, so to get you excited we present the title track “Bless This Mess”. Taking some uplifting pop instrumentals and heartfelt lyrics and turning them into chart-topping smash hits is no mean feat, but Mitchell makes it sound so easy on this track. Nice though the song may be, it’s Mitchell’s feather-light vocals which transform “Bless This Mess” into a soaring beauty that will fill you with joy. Definitely one for fans of upbeat female-fronted pop, the album Bless This Mess is out on October 12.

Lisa Mitchell
Bless This Mess
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[Electro-Soul] Rhye – The Fall

“Ooh, make love to me, one more time before you go away.” And with just the first sentence, Rhye has already put a spell on us. The jazzy and soulful “The Fall” is the perfect late night soundtrack for seduction, especially with the silky Sade-like vocals that flow effortlessly like a hillside stream and seem to melt the minute they hit your ears. The track’s general tone, including the soft looping piano and subtle drum machine beats, somewhat remind of the ambient chill of Thom Yorke‘s Eraser and the enticing pop balladry of Jessie Ware‘s Devotion. Below check out “The Fall” and another stunner “Open,” that I could not stop listening to when it was first released earlier in the year.

“The Fall” is part of an EP of the same name scheduled to drop October 9th via Innovative Leisure/Seven Four.

The Fall

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[Indie Rock] Andrew Bird – Three White Horses

This past March Andrew Bird released his sixth studio album, Break It Yourself. Remarkably, he is set to release his seventh, Hands of Glory, just seven months later. According to his website, the new album will contain three brand new songs and five cover songs, and is the “companion piece to Break It Yourself.” The latest single, “Three White Horses,” is a beautiful, yet mournful song, that begins with Bird’s vocals over a strong bass line speckled with echoing guitar notes. But, the song builds to a crescendo when the electric guitar and drums come in. While the song is relatively short, it will have you stomping your feet along by the end. Andrew Bird is an expert at creating beautiful and spellbinding songs, and he does just that with “Three White Horses”.

Expect to see Hands Of Glory released on October 30th through Mom + Pop Records.

Three White Horses
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[Trapstep] B.o.B ft. Nicki Minaj – Out Of My Mind (Clark Kent Remix)

This track goes so damn hard, you’re definitely about to be out of your mind. Clark Kent has been delivering some insane tunes lately, his most recent track remixing Max Vangeli & AN21′s track “Bombs Over Capitals”  was absolutely insane. This time he takes on the Radio anthem from B.O.B. and Nicki Minaj titled “Out Of My Mind”. Not a huge Nicki fan but when you drop some filthy bass over her ridiculous lyrics, it turns out to be something rather amazing. B.O.B. goes just as hard on this tune with Clark Kent nailing the vocal work adjusting the pitch in all the right ways. This tune is just ridiculous and is sure to destroy dance floors for a long time to come. Cheers.

B.O.B. ft Nicki Minaj
Out of My Mind (Clark Kent Remix)
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[Remixes] TAI – Beat Down (Dillon Francis Remix) + TAI – Paradise Poltergeist (LA Riots Remix)

New Dillon Francis remix, who’s down? This time he remixes TAI‘s track “Beatdown” and brings his always funky Moombah swag. Starting with a grimey synth over some spliced vocals, then building into some classic filth that he is so well known for. Next is an incredible remix from L.A. Riots and they tackle TAI’s track “Paradise Poltergeist”. They start with a pretty generic Intro but then slap you in the face with an some infectious Electro that hits at all the right times. Really tough to pick a favorite between these two, especially because the production for both these tracks is so unique. They are off the, TAI – Beatdown Remix EP being released by Dim Mak Records. Cheers.

Beat Down (Dillon Francis Remix)
Paradise Poltergeist (LA Riots Remix)

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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #22

NINJAS! What is up? Hopefully at this point you’re already winding down your day at the office/job site/strip club and getting ready for a weekend filled with drinking, dancing, and having way too much fun. If you haven’t called it quits already, we want you to follow these easy to understand steps.

1. Press play on the first track located right below my obnoxious writing.
2. Take off your carpel tunnel protective wristband.
3. Remove the massage bead pad from your chair
4. Chuck it across the room.
5. Take a shot.
6. Dance irresponsibly.

Easy enough? Ok! Let’s get after it. #pleasedanceirresponsibly.

Download ZIP: Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #22

Skrillex & Damian Marley
Make It Bun Dem (Butch Clancy Remix)
Overwerk vs Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Signal (Relax) (DJ QF Edit)
Where Have You Been (Cazzette Another Summery Hot Remix)
Shiny Toy Guns
Waiting Alone (LA Riots Remix)
Marco V, OVERWERK, Porter Robinson
Analogital/Magic Trooper/The Wildcat (OVERWERK Mashup)
OVERWERK, Dirty South & Thomas Gold, Alesso
Alive/Alive (OVERWERK Mashup)
Mord Fustang & The Killers
Welcome To The Brightside (2ToneDisco Mashup)
Alesso vs. Supabeatz Deep Love Ft. Amy Pearson (2ToneDisco Bootleg)
Ecuador (Wax Motif 2012 Wikileaks remix)
Mario Larrea
In My Soul (Side B)
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