[MP3 Playlist] The Trap Dojo: Volume #10

It has been a solid week for Trapped out bangers. Starting with an incredibly unique idea for a sample, utilzing the oldschool sound from The Chordettes track “Mr. Sandman”, RaceCarBed absolutely nails this remix. Next we got a filthy Booty from Trapticonz one of Dada Life’s biggest tunes, and this one hits hard. Serotonin decided to tackle Afrojack‘s track “Replica” and transforms it into an all out Trap banger. ETC!ETC! teases us with this massive Preview of his track “Riptide” featuring some hard samples and a filthy sound design. TrapZillas just dropped this track with RiFF RaFF titled “White Sprite”, featuring some catchy bleeps and hard rhymes from RR. We can almost guarantee that Three Six Mafia and Metallica never thought they would be on a track together, but Wick-it The Instagator had other plans delivering this track titled “Lighting Head”. Enjoy the rest of these massive tunes, and find the biggest sound system possible to bang these on. Cheers.

The Chordettes
Mr. Sandman (RaceCarBed Trap Flip) Click the link for Free download!
Dada Life
Trap The Fucking Dada (Trapticonz Bootleg)
Afrojack
Replica (Serotonin Remix)
ETC!ETC!
Riptide (Preview)
TrapZillas & Riff Raff
White Sprite
Three 6 Mafia vs. Metallica
Lightning Head (Wick
MiMOSA
SWRV
Adventure Club
Retro City (LOUDPVCK Remix)
Flux Pavillion
Bass Cannon (Proper Villains Remix)
WATAPACHI
Out In The Streets
2 Chainz
Crack (DjSl i i nk Remix)
M.I.A.
Bad Girls
The Partysquad
Pull Up (SNAILS vs OOKAY Remix)
Crookers Pres. Dr Gonzo
Bust Em Up (Skrubz Trapstyle Remix)
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[Indie Folk] Sharon Van Etten – Tell Me (Demo)

In the three years that I’ve been following her, Brooklyn’s Sharon Van Etten has become such a talented musician. Back in 2009, I witnessed her perform her debut album Because I Was In Love, a collection of heartbreaking and haunting indie folk tracks (you can actually read my super old review here). Since then she’s released two more solid albums, both of which show her evolution as an artist and how her music has blossomed from sparse folkishnesss to a much more full-bodied rock sound. Oh yeah, AND she’s also played numerous Late Night TV shows and shared the stage with the likes of The Antlers, The National and St. Vincent. No big deal, right? In all honesty though, it’s been thoroughly wonderful watching her grow.

After touring extensively to support her latest album Tramp, Van Etten will release a deluxe version of it on November 13th via Jagjaguwar. It will include demos of each of the tracks as well as this previously unreleased demo “Tell Me”. The aching acoustic song seems to hearken back to her old days and really places her stunning voice front and center. Check it out below:

Sharon Van Etten
Tell Me (Demo)

via Spinner

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Carousel – Let’s Go Home (Sound Remedy Remix)

Calling Sound Remedy and up and coming producer will be a disservice to the talented now established master remixer from Los Angeles. Taking up his latest victim, indie band Carousel (who recently moved from Boston to Brooklyn this Spring), Sound Remedy packs a lot of bright melodies into a ridiculous addicting track. Already 24 hours in with 33k plays on Soundcloud, this light and fulfilling remix is bound to create happiness in your day.

Carousel
Lets Go Home (Sound Remedy Remix)
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Crash & The Coots – Ca Pourrait Changer

Released as the hidden track on their recent cassette EP, Crash & The Coots‘ high octane rendition of Brigitte Bardot’s “Ca Pourrait Changer” is a bold choice of song to cover but one the young British band seem to pull off with ease. Much like the rest of their debut John Coles Park EP they’ve worked the sixties classic into an upbeat slice of killer lo-fi pop. Stream the cover below before bagging yourself a free copy of the alternative version of “Brian Fury Wins!”

CRASH & THE COOTS
CA POURRAIT CHANGER (Brigitte Bardot cover)
Crash & The Coots
Brian Fury Wins! (Alternate Version)

John Coles Park EP is available on cassette now and to download on October 29

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[Electro Pop] Empress Of – Don’t Tell Me

Brooklyn’s Empress Of, the solo project of musician Lorely Rodriguez, is a brand new act and one that’s remained mostly shrouded in mystery, aside from YouTube teasers, this newly released track and her first live show at CMJ last week. Though there isn’t a ton of material available for us to gauge whether or not she’s going to be a breakout hit in 2012, this track alone shows great potential. “Don’t Tell Me” is lined with a slow-burning electronic pace, wavy keyboards and longing, feathery female vocals. The charmer is more than enough to keep Empress Of on our radars.

Empress Of
Dont Tell Me

Grab a free download here.

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[Hip-Hop] Kendrick Lamar – Swimming Pools (Drank) (Black Hippy Remix) Feat. Jay Rock, Ab-Soul & Schoolboy Q

Kendrick Lamar‘s stellar debut album, good kid m.A.A.D. city, dropped today, and if you haven’t picked it up yet then you’re missing out on excellent tracks like this one right here. While many fans complained about the lack of Black Hippy members on the album when the tracklist was released, those who decided to cop the deluxe version were pleasantly surprised to find a remix to the album’s first single, featuring fellow TDE associates Jay Rock, Schoolboy Q and Ab-Soul. If you needed any more reasons to keep this song on repeat, you’ve now got three of them to add to your list.

Kendrick Lamar
Swimming Pools (Drank) (Black Hippy Remix) Feat. Jay Rock, Ab
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[Indie] Wild Nothing – Paradise (Video)

wildnothing-nocturne

Actress Michelle Williams (Blue Valentine, Dawson’s Creek) stars in the latest music video for “Paradise” by dreamy shoegaze band Wild Nothing. Directed by Matthew Amato, it was filmed in Niagara Falls and Los Angeles and, according to a press release, “chronicles “travel by plane and the paradise found just beyond the window”. It also features a special edit of the song that includes a voiceover of Williams reading an excerpt from A Word Child, a ’70s novel by Iris Murdoch.

“Paradise” is off Wild Nothing’s sophomore album Nocturne, which is out now via Captured Tracks.

Wild Nothing // Paradise
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