Star Slinger – Ladies In The Back feat. Teki Latex (Party Mix)

As you can see in the picture above, UK producer Star Slinger‘s got something to celebrate: his new Ladies In The Back EP which just dropped yesterday. We featured the title track in its original electronica-meets-drone-rap form a few months ago, and today, we bring you the alternate “Party Mix” version. If you dig it, make sure to purchase a beautiful physical copy or the digital files via iTunes.

Star Slinger
Ladies In The Back (Feat. Teki Latex) (Party Mix)

Ladies In The Back is out via Star Slinger’s own label Jet Jam.

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[Electronica] Chrome Sparks – Marijuana

Though this song came out a few months ago, for whatever reason it’s only graced my ears this week. It’s better late than never! A bit reflective of its title, “Marijuana” is a woozy warm ride of a track with various flourishes of sound — sparkling, trickling, thumping — at every bend. Chrome Sparks, who works as part of the GRL MTN artist collective in Ann Arbor, MI, sucks you in with his meticulous and creative ear, and then holds you hostage for a most pleasurable aural assault. Check out the track below!


Download “Marijuana” here, and listen to GRL MTN’s latest compilation here.

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[Indie Pop] HAIM – Don’t Save Me (Video)


California’s sisterly trio HAIM balance shooting hoops and rockin’ out pretty nicely in their new music video for that sassy, endlessly contagious track “Don’t Save Me”. The song, along with “Send Me Down” (which we featured here not too long ago), is out now on iTunes. A full, proper album is supposedly in the works, but no details have been released as of yet. Considering all that we’ve heard so far, it will be worth the wait.

Dont Save Me
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[MP3 Playlist] The Trap Dojo #15

This weeks Dojo starts off with the most established new names in Trap music. Huglife, who was formerly known as Dj Slink was forced to change his name when a conflict with DJ Sliink ultimately resulted in Slinks Soundcloud page being deleted and losing over 7000 fans. After changing his name to Huglife he is back with a vengeance with this huge remix of Dada Life‘s banger “Kick Out the Epic Motherfucker”. Be sure to hit up his new Soundcloud page and show him some support. The Tokyo homies Watapachi have been making some pretty serious moves lately and one of them is this huge original track “Let’s Get Ratchet”. While it might not be the perfect track to tear up a dancefloor, if you are pregaming on your way to the club, this is definitely the one to play. Speaking of Japan, this next track, a remix by Ken Takahiko is absolutely crazy. While you probably won’t understand the lyrics, “Gangnam Style” proved that doesnt matter so get up and horse dance to this insane remix. Party Favor released this track that proves its possible to floss on a $20 budget. Shopping at a thrift store or wearing your grandparents was never this trill. You probably saw the post about Datsiks Trap VIP remixes, but this one deserves to be mentioned again. “Bonafide Hustler” was just begging for a trap remix, and who better to do it than the man himself. After listening to this version, I can’t even remember what it ever sounded like in the first place. As usual, you’ll hear plenty from familiar names like D!RTY AUD!O and some that you’ve probably never heard before, before Kid Womp slows it down with some love trap to finish off this week

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Epic Mother
HugLife Remix **FREE DOWNLOAD**
Watapachi & Transcend The Masses
Lets Get Ratchet *** CLICK GET IT HERE FOR DL ***
Macklemore x Ryan Lewis
Thrift Shop (Party Favors Wonky Honky Fix)
Bonafide Hustler (Trap VIP)
Jitta On The Track
Smoke Signals (D!RTY AUD!O Remix)
Milkshake (Gold Top Trap Remix)
The Ninetys
Back Once Again...
Tittsworth & Des McMahon
Chuckie & Hardwell Ft. Ambush
Move It To The Drum (Kennedy Jones Trap Remix) FREE DOWNLOAD
Keep it Gangsta
Lovin It ft. Junior (Original Mix)
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[NEW] Local Natives – Breakers (Video)


Since the release of their debut album Gorilla Manor over two years ago, Los Angeles’ Local Natives have taken their frenetic indie rock and addictive vocal harmonies all over the world to become a household name. On January 29th, they will put out their highly (HIGHLY!) anticipated sophomore album Hummingbird. The first single, “Breakers,” was revealed a few weeks ago to much acclaim, and today the band shares its official music video. Offbeat, haunting, but oddly so magnetic, it fits the song perfectly. Check it out, and if you aren’t satisfied, stream the track below!

Local Natives
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[Fresh!] Clean Bandit – A&E

If you’re in the UK you may have been just like me, heard this on Radio 1 and scramble to get your smartphone out to shazzam/soundhound the track to find out what it was… then realise it’s no where to be found! Well fortunately Radio 1 are pushing these guys pretty hard and I found them eventually and so I’m excited to present to the fresh London sounds of Clean Bandit

The 4 piece group work have created one hell of a catchy track, intertwining orchestral strings into dynamic synth pop tones with plenty of space for the vocals of Kandaka Moore & Nikki Marshall to lure you in. The two singers were actually found singing and dancing in a community group next to Clean Bandits studio in Kilburn, then asked if they wanted to lay down some vocals… how cool is that.

Being released on Black Butter Records, the A&E EP is being released on 9th December 2012 and is available to pre-order from iTunes Here

Clean Bandits

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[R&B] Mikky Ekko – Pull Me Down (Ryan Hemsworth Remix)

Without even dropping a full-length, Mikky Ekko looks to be one of the most promising new artists of 2012-2013. Much of the buzz has to do with “Pull Me Down,” a silky R&B-infused pop song that could easily hold its own against most radio hits. If there’s more where that came from, the praise will certainly continue to pour in. While we wait for new material, we can vibe to this Ryan Hemsworth remix. The producer extraordinaire, who came and conquered 2012, looks at the anxious side of love by adding some edgy and twitchy elements, making the original less of a smooth, wooing ballad and more of an urgent, hungry plea.

Pull Me Down (Ryan Hemsworth Remix)
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