[Electro-Pop] Chromeo ft. The Dream – Bedroom Calling

Chromeo, the stylish, iconic duo of Montreal natives and high school best friends Dave 1 and P-Thugg have established themselves as two of pop music’s most notable tastemakers since their effervescent reverberations first began making their universal rounds all the way back in 2004. Behind sterling LP’s She’s In Control, Business Casual, Fancy Footwork, and White Women the pair have cemented themselves as this generation’s leading voice of pop infused synth-funk, and to pace this year, they’ve announced the release of the group’s fifth full-length release Head Over Heels. 

We’ve already had the chance to hear the LP’s leading single “Juice”, and today Chromeo have dropped off the second offering from Head Over Heels, “Bedroom Calling” featuring The Dream. The tune follows Dave 1 & P-Thugg’s established blueprint of tightly wound, popping drums, sparkling synths and crooning vocals; but with the addition of fellow funk-distributor The Dream, “Bedroom Calling” finds its own seat firmly among the duo’s established catalog. About the track Chromeo shared: “We’ve been obsessed with The-Dream since ‘Fast Car’ from his first album. To us, he’s a modern day funk auteur, like Prince or El Debarge. This song pays homage to our favorite work of his.” Stream “Bedroom Calling” below.

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[Breakbeat] P!NK – Get The Party Started (Birthdayy Partyy Remix)

Get The Party Started (Birthdayy Partyy Remix)

Everyone knows P!NK. Everyone knows her hit single “Get The Party Started” from 2001. It didn’t need an update, but it got the perfect one from the new duo Birthdayy Partyy. After releasing their debut original just two weeks ago, the twins are back with this remix.

They come in with their guns blazing with bass and boisterous breaks. This is a remix done right, and released right. Aside from the free download that’s available, the song is up on Apple Music because of the groundbreaking company Dubset that clears (most) unofficial remixes. Upon hearing it you come to the conclusion it should be taken in as an official one. Check it out and see for yourself.

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[Future Bass] Saint Slumber – Getaway (Modern Machines Remix)

Saint Slumber
Getaway ( Modern Machines Remix )

Modern Machines has come in clutch with a superb remix of “Getaway” by Saint Slumber. The official remix is going to be your track of the week, the one you keep coming back to day in and day out.

From indie to future bass is how “Getaway” has transformed in the hands of Modern Machines. His melodic take soars with its bright synths and clean vocal work. Modern Machines has been moving to this sound after being fluent in the house game. Since moving from there to expand his palate with new genres, he has managed to impress us more and more. We’re looking forward to hearing what else he’s got in store for 2018.

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[Dubstep] The Brig – King Is Back

The Brig
King Is Back

The Brig is one of those producers that never ceases to amaze us. The Russian may not be one of the most popular, well-known producers but he’s been spearheading the bass scene with his incredible catalog of tracks for several years now.

His most recent release is “King Is Back” on MA Music. This dubstep is nothing short of breathtaking. The Brig dishes out a mixture of musicality and sound design that few bass-peddlers posses. If the rest of the year sees him release stuff like this, then look out for him to be taking over the game. If you’d like to support this one, go on ahead and get a copy from digital platforms.

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[Pop] Para Doc – Saying Things

Para Doc
Saying Things

“Saying Things” is a straight jam. The pop rock original by Para Doc dropped recently as a free download, so there’s no reason you shouldn’t be adding it to your digital library. The song speaks for itself, but we’ll get in a few words about it for you.

Catchy guitar licks lead this crossover treat whose minimal style is as groovy as it is simple. Para Doc have a unique style that breathes through all their work, but we have to say this latest track takes the cake as a dojo favorite. Click play, throw this on repeat and enjoy the rest of your day! Don’t forget to download a free copy too.

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[MP3 Playlist] Indie Dojo (January 2018 Round #5)

Welp, January is already coming to an end and time feels like it just keeps on keeping on. So in attempt to slow. it. down. a little, we’ve put together a chill little Indie Dojo for this fine Tuesday morning. A little reminder to breath in, breath out and get lost in some good ol’ indie jams.
’Foxtrails – Barnyard (Melinda’s Meadows)’
’The Flying Stars of Brooklyn NY – My God Has A Telephone’
’Low Hum
’Shoos Off – Song for Radio’
’Anna Tivel – Saturday Night’
’Some are Lonely
’wayfie – stay here please’
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[Indie Cover] Kaerhart – For What It’s Worth

For What It's Worth

Buffalo Springfield’s iconic single “For What It’s Worth” is a timeless record. It didn’t need an update, but we’re glad it got one from the singer Kaerhart. Her dark, poppy take is totally different than the original, but we all recognize those powerful lyrics.

Kaerhart’s performance of the song is phenomenal and DEAD ROBOT’s production is equally as magnificent. Together their ethereal sound lures you into its web of sound and you let yourself get wrapped up in it without hesitation. Kaerhart is one of those artists that is going to have a big year in 2018. She just launched her project a few months ago, so expect a lot more to come from her in the coming months.

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