[MP3 Playlist] The Chill Dojo #75

chill dojo

There’s a big step between making exceptional remixes and building an entire song from scratch, and for a lot of artists it’s a daunting task to make every element of a track their own. This week, dojo favourite Dinnerdate took that leap with the release of his first original title, ‘Going On’, and boy did he get it right. The deep garage groove and lush percussive soundscape are the perfect reflection of this producer’s style, and tight vocal sampling completes the package for an excellent debut original. We’ve been bitten by the tropical bug again in this edition, and the main cause of this palm tree fever is a stunning remix of ‘Pictures’ from FlicFlac and Bearson. We’re putting this one up there with the likes of Kygo and Thomas Jack, and that’s enough to sum up how much we rate it. It takes only a few seconds for the sweet acoustic sampling to re-ignite those summer feelings and memories of late nights spend with the people that matter to us most. To make sure this continues beyond a fleeting moment, we’re lucky enough to have a new one from the man we just spoke about. Thomas Jack salutes the end to the Australian summer in the most fitting way possible, and though the sun sets on our favourite season for some parts of the world, this tune brings promise of a huge 2014 for this talented youngster. The partnership of Deepjack and Mr.Nu has been known for it’s ability to reinvent some classics with a new disco flavour, and their latest take on The Black Eyed Peas may just be their best to date. Perhaps it’s the memory of the pop group in their prime, but there’s a definitely an undeniable sense of nostalgia tied up in this re-work, and we can’t stop smiling for it. Always hot on the trail of a new chill jam, DJ AA has wasted no time in discovering the perfect vocal accompaniment for this one as well. Once again he’s worked some magic into this bootleg, pun shamefully intended. Funky Frenchman Prizm is not content with just magic though, and so he spices things up with some additional love and sex from Ciara and JT. Trust the French to know how to add another level of seduction with some irresistible production.

It’s hard not to feel the heat radiating from playlist #75. We’re forecasting good feelings ahead. Peace out.

Chill Dojo #75 zip

Going On
Benjamin Francis Leftwich
Pictures (FlicFlac & Bearson Remix)
Israel Kamakawiwoole
Somewhere Over The Rainbow (Thomas Jack Remix)
Black Eyed Peas
Dont Lie (Deepjack & Mr.Nu Remix)
Coldplay & Black Eyed Peas
Magic (AA Dont Lie Bootleg)
Prizm x Ciara ft. Justin Timberlake
Love Sex Magic
Pump Up The Jam (MÖWE Cover)
Happy (Robots With Rayguns Remix)
Pretty Lights
Lost and Found (ODESZA Remix)
Ellie Goulding
Tessellate (Kojo Refix)
GoodBye, For Now
Pushin On
yung gogeta
Calvin Harris
Flashback (Zooly Remix)
Wanna Know You (ft. Holly Drummond)
Lightspark (feat. Relay & Front)
Kaleidoscope Love (Kaytranada Edition)
Bad Dreams
You Said
Alex Adair
Make Me Feel Better
Ariana & The Rose
In Your Bed (Oliver Nelson Remix)
Cut The Kid (Slanger Remix)
José González
Stay Alive (Dooplex Bootleg)
Raleigh Ritchie
Bloodsport (Saul Sweet Remix)
Local Natives
Ceilings (Sebastian Carter Remix)
Different Sleep
Ghost Town
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Sunday Night Soul [Vol. 17]

Sunday Night Soul

Daylight Savings Time was today, so chances are that many of you out there lost an extra hour of sleep this morning (not us though, ninjas don’t sleep). If you’re like a lot people, that extra hour can really throw you off your game, and even ruin your whole day. The good news for you though, is that we’ve got the perfect cure: Sunday Night Soul. Voices like Milo & Otis, Xavier, How To Dress Well, Barnaby, Alex Jacke, and Marian Hill are ready to soothe even the tensest of nerves, while producing talents like Ben Aqua, Muneshine, Dave Luxe, Kaytranada, IAMNOBODI and Jarreau Vandal supply enchanting melodies to serve as the remedy for anything else that may be ailing you. Even if you were completely prepared for Daylight Savings Time (let’s be honest, who really is?), it never hurts to have some extra soul in your life, so checkout out the wonderful collection we have for you below, and get that internal clock back on track.

Milo & Otis
Daniela Andrade
Something About Us (Daft Punk Cover)
Twenty9 & CBR
Youre The One (Free Download)
Pray For You Feat. Låpsley
Marian Hill
Breathe Into Me
Candy Flavored Lips (P A T H R E M I X)
Teri Tobin
Shine ft. Drey Sax (Prod. by Raez) (Connecting Miles out now)
{ Talos }
Tethered Bones
Things We Could Do
Like Lust
How To Dress Well
Words I Dont Remember
Who You Are (feat. Prie)
Callin 4 U
Alex Jacke
Beldina ft Sway Clarke II
Cloud 9
No Love
You Know (Prod. by Handbook)
6LACK x TwelveLen
Pretty Weather
Rico Love
Red Nose (TTLO Remix)
Kwamie Liv
What You Need (The Weeknd Cover)
M.I.A. (Move It Along)
Kissed Killed
O N L Y O N E (Prod. YNG SAD)
Bodybetter feat T. Mills
Elle Varner
Cold Case
KeKe Palmer
Ride This Beat
Bet I ft Trinidad James
Why Cant We (ft. Vince Ryouta)
Love U More
Demmy Sober
Real Life Fantasy (prod. by BOSC)
Alexus Rose
Friends (S Type Version)
The Way
Reaction (featuring JMSN)
Jesse Boykins III
Show Me Who You Are (prod. by Machinedrum)
John Legend
All Of Me (LUMBERJVCK Late Night Lounge Bootleg)
How Many Drinks (feat. Kendrick Lamar) (Muneshine Remix)
Is It Tomorrow
Only You
Naughty boy ft. Sam Smith
Lalala (Jarreau Vandal 6K followers BOOTLEG)
Jazmin Sisters
You (Jeftuz Remix)
I Wanna Be Down (James Tambiance Remix)
Justin Timberlake
Holy Grail / Kasùal x Naès Edit
Ben Aqua
Drunk Moments In Love (Beyoncé X Art Of Noise)
WHTNSE (MNEK X White Noise Flip)
Bruno Mars
Locked Out Of Heaven (COFRESI Remix)
Station (Daktyl Remix)
Kaleidoscope Love (Kaytranada Edition)
Janet Jackson
Love Will Never Do (Two Can Remix)
Nelly feat. Kelly Rowland
Dilemma (Dave Luxe Mustard Fix)
R. Kelly
Legs Shakin (Promnite Remix)
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Hey Ninjas! We are growing really tired of depending on advertising networks with intrusive pop up ads and auto playing music.

It has been a long dream of The Music Ninja to bring you a site without cluttering advertisement. However, this has been a constant challenge and as we continue to grow, we face expensive roadblocks that take away from our overall core values.

Today we are very proud to finally have come with a solution that will benefit artists as well as bring extra revenue to the site in a much more interactive way.

Introducing our in-house PLAYABLE ARTIST WIDGET.

We have built a tool that will let artists promote themselves, their music and even upcoming tour dates. The sponsored unit will live in our sidebar, clearly labeled and in the least intrusive way possible. ANYONE CAN SIGN UP, whether you are a small bedroom producer or a label backed DJ.

Our prices will soon change, and perhaps even become private as we try to find the right balance, but with SXSW going on, we just wanted to launch it and build from the feedback we get. Soon, if it provides successful, we can eliminate all other ads on the site and start to enjoy a cleaner interface (something we have wanted from the very beginning).

If you are an artist that would like to get more exposure, sign up right now and let us help you.

For information on adding FLYERS or Advertising on our standard displays, contact us at ads@themusicninja.com

Feature list:

– Automated but SUPPORTED ( We will provide any type of support you need getting you starting as well as while the campaign runs)
– Soundcloud API Support (You will be able to track all your plays just as if we posted the embed on the site).
– Live tool (Our live tool lets you preview the widget before you submit the campaign, if you need any additional changes, we will gladly help you at ads@themusicninja.com)
– Concert Dates with Links (We let you link anywhere you want your fans to buy your tickets)
– Ninja Look (We tried to make it as part as the site as possible for higher interactivity)

This of course does not change any other aspect of the site. All the rest of the blog posts and tracks are hand picked by our team of ninjas that believe integrity can only be achieved with providing quality tracks every day.

As always thank you for your time! We are excited for what else we can improve 2014.

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[NEW] ZHU – Faded.


Our new favorite phenom, ZHU, is back with another gem titled “Faded”. Featuring some more flawless vocal work and hard hitting bass lines. This track just keep the hype brewing as he teases what could be an upcoming EP. Hot off his last Original release “Superfriends.”, and showing no signs of slowing down. This one should be a chart topped, so turn it up and enjoy.

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[NEW] Kendrick Lamar & Tame Impala – Backwards

Kendrick Lamar
Backwards Feat. Tame Impala

Although we still have no idea what Divergent is really about, we do know that its soundtrack has spawned some pretty interesting collaborations so far. This latest effort from Kendrick Lamar and Tama Impala however, easily takes the cake. The powerful single grabs your attention right off the bat, as Kendrick bombards the mic with a fierce intensity that’ll leave you taking at least a few steps “Backwards” yourself. The only reprieve from Kendrick’s full-scale assault comes through the contrastingly soothing chorus, which features a sample of Tame Impala’s “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards,” and helps provide the song with some balance. While it may seem like this one is coming out of left field for the Compton rapper, there is some precedent for its sound. In some ways the track almost seems like a mashup of the laidback style heard on “Money Trees” from Kendrick’s good kid, m.A.A.d city and his fiery remix of Imagine Dragons‘ “Radioactive.”

Check out the single above, and head over to Pitchfork if you’re interested in streaming the full Divergent soundtrack days before its release on March 11th. Featuring additional music from the likes of Skrillex, Ellie Goulding, Chance The Rapper, A$AP RockyGesaffelstein, Snow Patrol and more, the soundtrack can be pre-ordered through iTunes now as well.

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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist (Vol 94)


Happy Friday, ninjas! For all of our fans on the East Coast, your night is probably already coming together. For all of our fans on the West Coast, hang in there. You only have a few more hours to get through. To all of our fans in Europe, Asia and Australia, you’re probably already raging pretty damn hard.

Wherever you’re at in the world, we know you’re ready to let loose. Press play and have yourself a good little Friday night.


Africa (Ryan Kenney Remix)
Zedd ft Matthew Koma & Miriam Bryant
Find You (HLM Bootleg Remix)
Mike Hawkins, R3hab, Ky Mani Marley
Soldiers vs. Samurais vs. Warriors (Henry Himself Battle Edit)
Yellow Claw
Adventure Club
Wonder ft. Kite String Tangle (Friendzone Remix)
Martin Garrix
Proxy (Original Mix)
Take Tonight (Cash Cash X Zedd X NONONO X Nico Cipriano)
Revolution (Moiez Remix)
R3hab, Nervo, Ummet Ozcan
SLDGHMR & Crywolf
We Could Be Heaven
Blasterjaxx & Ibranovski
Astronaut (Lukav x Suprem Festival Trapleg)
Vinne Maniscalco
Pump Up The Volume
Just Fine & Ecotek
The Godfather (Atik Remix)
Tell Me
RL Grime & What So Not
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Ruben Haze – Johnny Rocket Man [TMN PREMIERE]

Ruben Haze
Johnny Rocket Man

Ruben Haze has been grabbing the attention of the blogosphere worldwide in a strategic staggering of releases. This fictional character, comprised of Dirty South and vocalist Rudy Sandapa, released “City of Dreams” last week, which was something that some listeners were already somewhat familiar of. A lot of people remembered the vocals from the smash hit from Dirty South and Alesso, but none had heard the original version.

Today we’re excited to bring you another carefully selected tune from the debut four-track EP. “Johnny Rocket Man,” is a slow building, melodic folk tune that takes on a progressive nature. After a few times listening through, it’s easy to pick up on the associations of Dirty South’s production style in the studio, in this completely different genre. With calm, drifting finger picking, we’re taken on a lazy journey through emotion-rich lyrics from Sandapa. The track continues to gain momentum with the addition of some strings that allow the song to take on a much bolder and intense sound than we were originally expecting.

We’ve come to find that this EP has a very cinematic nature, boasting tremendous depth in it’s artistry. Make sure you pick it up on iTunes this Tuesday.

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