There is not one day in our lives that ends up being the same, nor is there one song we listen to that is exactly the same as another. So start off this different day with a bunch of different songs brought to you by this different than lasts weeks Indie Dojo and enjoy the path it takes you down.
If you have been following the Friday Party Playlists, then the name Ray Volpe shouldn’t be something new to you. The NC producer has been steadily unveiling his Bipolar EP over the past month, and now it is here in full.
Bipolar features five singles, including a collaboration with the fellow young talent Tucker Kreway. Ray Volpe has been a masterful creator of dubstep for a long time now. Even when it was “dead” in many people’s eyes, Ray was continuously releasing records that proved otherwise. Today, his Bipolar EP is not only a testament of his talents and style, but him as the man behind the music. Each song is a part of him, and each song is undeniably fire. We’ve been jamming these hot tunes for some time, with the record “With Me” being replayed particularly often. Your favorite may be different, but go through all five and pick for yourself. Any of them have a shot, that’s how good Bipolar is. If you’re digging this EP as much as we are, head over to iTunes for the purchase.
Purity (featuring Kossisko)
James Bairian & Louis Castle of Los Angeles make up the duo The Gifted. This is an act that you won’t be forgetting any time soon, even if you try as hard as you can to rid them from your memory.
The duo’s newest single “Purity” features Kossisko, and is easily one of the coolest songs of the Summer, taking inspiration from classic disco records. Although it has that old school aesthetic, you can’t miss the new age characteristics that breathe through the composition. Fans of funk are going to be flocking to this single whose replay value is nearly infinite. The Gifted and Kossisko did more than knock this one out of the park, they cleared the stadium and maybe even the parking lot. “Purity” is a genuinely solid record that would do insanely well on the radio. Hopefully these acts manage to make it there, because they certainly deserve it with this one.
As with any music festival, after Lollapalooza is over, it always takes us a few days to digest everything and snap back to reality. For locals, the festival serves as an escape within our own city. For outsiders, it provides them with a completely unique way to experience Chicago. The magic of Lollapalooza is simply unmatched, and despite a weather scare early on, Lollapalooza 2016 turned out to be just as memorable as years past. This year in particular will most likely stick out in the minds of many as it marked the 25th anniversary of the festival. Because of this, much of the weekend was filled with nostalgia as artists reflected on some of their past memories of playing the festival or of their ambitions to take the stage in Grant Park while growing up. For the first time ever, this year also added an additional day of festivities, kicking things off early on Thursday to commemorate the festival’s legacy. On the next few pages we’ve broken down some of our lasting impressions from Lolla 2016.
Once again, we’re excited to bring you more opportunities to check out our favorite club. As you probably already know, we’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta for over three years now. We know you’ve had some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:
– Head to the front door and enter the club before 11pm on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Get there before 5:00p on Sunday.
– Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only).
– The deal is ONLY valid for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights this week.
See you on the dance floor.
Another Friday, another playlist. We’re ready to dish out twelve amazing singles to you that we have been playing in the dojo this week. As we have every week, we have limited the party playlist to exclusively free downloads so if you’re not the streaming type, you can download all of these and take them with you. If you don’t want to deal with all that, you just bring us to your party, click play, and we’ll take care of the rest. Producers in this week’s edition are Jeremiah Red, Just A Gent, Havok Roth, ak9, Kandy, and more. After running through eleven singles, you’ll be topped off with a little remix by the one and only Herobust. Like stated previously, we got you covered for the weekend. Now, the only thing you have left to do is #danceirresponsibly.
Turning The Page
Memoryy is an artist who has consistently impressed with his stunning synth pop style. Although always paying homage to the 80’s this is an artist who’s not afraid to explore a sound of his own. His latest single “Turning The Page” showcases epic vocal range as he ruminates on a failed relationship. The track’s introduction sports gruff vocals accompanied by ever expanding synths that gradually build into an unstoppable chorus that demonstrates what this artist can really do.
Driving synths alongside vivacious vocals make for a track that I’m sure to keep coming back to. The tune is a taste of Memoryy’s upcoming Skeletons EP. Although there doesn’t yet seem to be a release date slated for the collection, judging by the music he’s released recently we’ve got our eyes pealed. Take a listen to “Turning The Page” and get to know Memoryy.