Every time I turn around another dope artist is popping their head out of Australia. Wilsonn is the most recent artist welcomed to the dojo, alongside his single “Thankful.” Fans of soul will be head over heals for this creator whose touching sound is more than a simple listening experience.
“Thankful” really makes you feel just that, thankful. It’s an intimate single with powerful lyrics and soundscapes that provide a figurative hug of warmth that you can’t resist. Wilsonn’s vocal is one that will stay in our hearts and minds for quite a long time to come. Although it’s Summer and the “jams” are being brought out like there’s no tomorrow, it’s nice to hear something soothing like this one. Take some time, appreciate “Thankful” and do the same for those things you hold dear around you.
Cazztek & Tony Romera
Make You Drop
At The Music Ninja, we can guarantee our listeners that we provide the best and freshest music in all genres. Whether you’re looking to vibe with some indie, bump to hip hop, sing in the shower to a new pop song, or party hard to dance music, we have your back.
In this case, we’re providing you with a tune to rage to. Why? Because it’s Thursday and we’re ready to bust out our best moves on the dance floor. With that said, we want to introduce you to Cazztek and Tony Romeras‘ latest creation, “Make You Drop.” The track title says it all as this one will assuredly make you drop just as hard, if not more, than it’s speaker-blowing bass. Take a listen; you have our word that you won’t have to look any further for your Thursday night anthem.
France to Florida producer EGZOD didn’t just drop one single, he dropped two. The first came through No Copyright Sounds for free, while the second through our friends at Uprise Music as a free download as well. Both reside in the future bass arena, but each have their own feel that’s different from the other.
We’ll take a look at “Paper Crowns” first, a pop-infused record that features the vocalist Leo The Kind. Both artists work together to create something that is memorable and fresh. With “Celestial” the sound shifts to a more forwardly uplifting vibe that has a bigger vibe to it. It feels celestial, as though the experience it gives is all around you. Like we said before, both songs were released for free, but if you feel like showing your support to this talented producer, go on to a digital store and buy copies.
’Egzod – Paper Crowns (feat. Leo The Kind)’
’Egzod & Aotu – Celestial’
We’re big fans of Shermanaology. When we saw that Andy Sherman, the male half of the duo came out with a single through Confession, we were pumped. The song goes by “Swagga” and it’s got a whole lot of it. Dark and funky, this is just the quirky tune house heads have been aching for.
From the get go you realize you’re in for something a bit different. Andy gets things started in a hurry, throwing you into the mix of a saucy bassline, filling out the composition with some crispy percussive work that adds to the overall groove – and craze – of the track. It’s the perfect mix of what Confession puts out with Andy’s unique taste. Spring is here and people are bringing out their best for Summer shows, but this may be one of the most iconic tunes yet. Check it out today and grab a copy for yourself from digital stores.
Bassheads gather, an inferno of low frequencies has been delivered. Unsurprisingly, it comes from the Never Say Die crew, but to be more exact it comes from the Bangkok beat machine Stabby. The EP has been deemed Bushido, which stands for the way of the Samurai. If you couldn’t get the connection through the artwork, we made it easy for you.
What Stabby made easy was a project that you can get through without skipping a single second. Through and through the Bushido EP is glorious. Five songs deep, this heavy excursion is one you’re not going to want to miss. Stabby is among a roster of some of the best bass artists in the world, but he shows up with all he’s got, showcasing why he should be considered as someone near the top of the NSD crew. Ninja favorites include “Act One” and “Hagakure” which has a more of a hybrid sound than the other singles. Bushido is out now, so hit up digital stores for a copy!
It’s not easy taking on official remix duties for Kai Wachi. As one of bass music’s most promising producers, his works are remarkable. However, the people over at Kannibalen Records did a good job of finding some talent that could take on such a challenge. Those talents include Black Tiger Sex Machine, Liquid Stranger, SQUNTO and NuKid.
Let’s break it down nice and simple to get through each remix. First, Black Tiger Sex Machine bring their hard and heavy electro sound to a song deserving of their dark energy. Next comes the veteran Liquid Stranger whose booming basslines will blow your speakers up if you’re not too careful. SQUNTO continues with the halftime count, bringing forth his riddim-centric take on Kai’s original. Lastly, NuKid kicks up a cool house remix that’s got a whole lot of groove. Enjoy them all and make sure to get a copy of the EP!
’Kai Wachi – Demons (Black Tiger Sex Machine Remix)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons (Liquid Stranger Remix)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons (SQUNTO RMX)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons (NuKid Remix)’
We wouldn’t mind if Isaac Lee came out with a new song every week. This dude is the real deal. Today he dropped a dope new single through 20XX called “I Don’t Mind.” We’re going to go ahead and just tell you now to get a copy of the single from iTunes. You must have it.
“I Don’t Mind” is a dark, seductive single that moves between two genres without any problem. Isaac Lee doesn’t care that Summer is here, he’s bringing a haunting, overcast vibe that we just can’t get enough of; we’ve had this jam on repeat since we first hit play. It will wrap itself around you and it doesn’t let go easily. When people say a song is “big” it has a certain type of quality to it that makes it feel like it is overtaking you from all angles and that’s just what “I Don’t Mind” does. It’s a hell of tune that – like we said before – is a must have.