Snakehips – On & On ft. George Maple

Snakehips - ft George Maple
On & On

Get cozy on the couch and turn up this weekend gem, “On & On”. It’s a pleasing, ultra-smooth, soulful pop track, which owes much of its sparkly production work to London duo Snakehips and its silkiness to vocalist George Maple. If Maple’s name sounds familiar, it’s because we’ve spotlighted her beautiful R&B-esque vocals before — not just for her original song “Fixed”, but also for her collab with Aussie electronic artist Flume.

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[Indie/Soul] Young Fathers – I Heard

Young Fathers - I Heard
Young Fathers
"I Heard"

Call it catch-up Sunday, but I think it’s better to post a song that’s 23 days old than to never expose it to the masses at all. “I Heard” by Scottish trio Young Fathers is one such track; it’s hardly “hot-off-the-presses”, but it doesn’t make it any less write-up worthy. The cut is difficult to neatly categorize, but know this: it’s soothing, but rapturous, and offers a fresh blend of indie rock, soul, hip-hop and other unnameable, but creative elements. Plus, that light and cool falsetto is hard not to latch onto. Check it out above, and also peep its newly-released official video here.

Young Fathers’ new album, TAPE TWO, comes out June 11th via Anticon.

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[Indie Pop] Night Panther – All For Love

Night Panther - All For Love
Night Panther
All For Love

It’s kind of a bummer day as the NBA team I’ve been rooting for took a tough loss this afternoon, but “All For Love” by Night Panther, a track I’ve been meaning to throw up on TMN, eases the pain a little; plus, I figured I douse myself in good vibe tunes rather than alcohol. It’s a groovy, percussion-loving, synth-happy pop jam with a badass little rippin’ guitar solo during the bridge. Just what I (and maybe some of you, ninjas) need right about now. Tune in.

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The Hip-Hop Dojo [Vol. 6]

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Sorry for the delay this week folks. I had some unforeseen issues with my computer, which had me out of service for a few days. No need to worry though, because the Hip-Hop Dojo still lives on stronger than ever. To compensate for my tardiness, I’ve assembled the largest collection of music we’ve ever had for volume six. While I won’t be able to go into too much detail for this round, please note that there’s something here for everybody. Considering that last Saturday was 4/20, you know we definitely have a steady lineup of stoner anthems for you out there. From Odd Future’s Domo Genesis to longtime cardholder Redman, everybody was caught discussing the notorious green bud last weekend. We’ve also got a couple of bangers in here as well, with “94″ by Kings Dead (formerly known as The Dean’s List) possibly being the standout track of the week. Additionally, quite a few artists make multiple appearances in this edition. Among them are notable names like Mac Miller, Kami de Chukwu, Los, and The White Mandingos, an alternative hip-hop band featuring the talents of Murs, Darryl Jennifer and Sacha Jenkins. Hope you guys really enjoy this edition of the Hip-Hop Dojo. As always, send all submissions and suggestions to Peace.


Planned Attack
SAVEMONEY: Brian Fresco x Joey Purp x Sterling Hayes x Kami de Chukwu
Red Kool Aid
Kami de Chukwu
The Lean...1 2 D(ie) 4
Domo Genesis
Drugs Got Me Spiritual (Ft. Remy Banks)
Burn Slow Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Mickey Shiloh
Larry Fisherman
Boat Races (Feat Boldy James & Freddie Gibbs)
Hands Up Ft. Doitall & Mr. Cheeks
F$WSAD Ft. Problem
Mac Miller & DJ Jazzy Jeff
CPR (prod. Hannibal King)
Cheech & Chong
Marijuana (Remix) Ft. Mod Sun
The White Mandingos
Black Girl Toof

Gerald Walker
One Life To Live

Chris Faust
Prom Queen (feat. Sunny Jones & ScienZe)
Be Yourself feat. Blu
20 Grand Pikaso
Life Is What You Make It
Quake Matthews
We Can Do Better Ft. Freeway & RS Smooth (Prod J. Cardim)
Memphis Bleek
Tito Lopez
Disappointed Feat. Diddy & Ludacris
Death & Taxes
Fonz E Mak
Denzil Porter
Silent Knight
Craig Sager’s Suit
The White Mandingos
Mandingo Rally
Marco Polo
Stand Up (Remix) f/ Tragedy, Lil Fame (of. M.O.P.), Adrian Younge & The Delfonics
Add 2
Underdog (prod. Thelonious Martin)
R.A. The Rugged Man
Holla Loo Yuh (ft. Tech N9ne & Krizz Kaliko)
Big Boi
In the A (Shoes For Running Remix) Feat. Killer Mike
Joell Ortiz
5 AM In Brooklyn Freestyle
Emilio Rojas
Joey Fatts
Choppa (Feat A$AP Rocky & Danny Brown)
Kings Dead
The Era

All Fall Down

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[Denver Events] This Week at Beta 4/25


Being a Top 25 Club from DJ Mag comes at no surprise as Beta Nightclub has been featuring an amazing array of talent this summer, and this weekend is once again no exception.

Being regulars at Beta, we figured we should share their line up with you, in hopes that you’ll come down and rage with us. Also, just like last time, we have arranged for something special.

For the shows Thursday, Friday and Saturday, make sure you bring your phone with you. If you’re 21+, get there before 11pm, and show them this post on your phone – your cover is comped. Just make sure to enter through the front door, and not the side VIP entrance. Can’t wait to see you down there!

Super8 and Tab - April 25th
SuperTab Radio 031

Dieselboy - April 26th
Wake The Dead (320K VERSION)

Sultan and Ned Shepard - April 27th
Sultan + Ned Shepard & Fedde Le Grand
Long Way From Home

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[Hip-Hop] Ab-Soul – The End is Near (ft Mac Miller)


West coast emcee Ab-Soul has been on his grind lately with some dope new material. Taking to the inter webs today, he drops off a new musical gem titled “The End is Near”. Over this Larry Fisherman production, Soul delivers some intricate and thought provoking rhymes that will definitely have you hitting the replay button to process what he is exactly talking about. Bringing in Mac Miller for a quick but subtle verse, this TDE chill track has a hint of nostalgic old school rap.

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[TMN EXCLUSIVE] Pretty Ugly – Pretty Ugly

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Pretty Ugly
Pretty Ugly

We’ve said it once, and we will most likely say it again and again. Colorado’s music scene is absolutely on fire. Today we’re bringing you yet another example of said fire with deadly DJ/Producer duo Pretty Ugly. We’ve posted on these guys in the past, as members Daytona and Timeline often throw down melodic dubstep that trend in the blogosphere. Today though, we have something extra special for you.

We’re so excited about this exclusive stream of the eponymous single. While it has gorgeously produced melodic elements, this track definitely still hits hard. It also covers a broad spectrum of EDM genres with varying synth styles. One of our favorite parts though were the vocal drops of their name throughout the entire track, which eludes to the fact that this may be their opening tune for their sets.

Pretty Ugly is now for sale via Multikill Recordings.

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