Volume 8 of Indigo Instruments is perfect timing for the first day of hot weather in NY! This one features a lot of bounce, house and booty shakin’ music! Volume 8 starts off with vibes from Por Vida & Nostra then goes straight to 100. Tracks from Capital Kaos, Uniiqu3, Boston Chery and a super dope bounce remix from Sango will be sure to get your bedroom party started. Press play at the jump.
Jump into spring with Volume 7 of Dirty Deity’s first playlist series Indigo Instruments! This volume starts off with straight vibes and right into the “Daylight Dancin'” mood with house music and a little female rap. Megan Thee Stallion, LSDXOXO, and BYRELL THE GREAT bless this month’s Indigo Instruments along with monthly favorites Wayne Valentine, EKANY, and Avil Santo. Get ready to dance when you press play on Volume 7 of Indigo Instruments.
I present to you my newest mix “Daylight Dancin’ (part 2)”. Its been 8 months since I dropped Part 1 & I’m happy to be able to transcend genres and time periods to create this feeling again. I originally chose this name because it gives me day party vibes. It’s like feeling the last bit of sun on your skin before sunset, as you’re grooving to serene tunes with friends. Here’s a 20 min mix to get your day going!
(All artwork, mixing, editing by Dirty Deity)
Volume 6 of Dirty Deity’s first playlist series is here to get your March started off with the right vibes. the 15-track playlist has a chill start and moves into the body moving music we all love. With production by some of Dirty Deity’s favorites such as K, Le Mastro, Lovibe, & Foisey; Volume 6 is sure to please your soul. Start from track 1 and make your way down to catch some new sounds on Indigo Instruments (volume 6).
Indigo Instruments is back with some cool tunes to get your Black History Month started the right way. Volume 5 of Dirty Deity’s Indigo Instruments has an even smoother flow for the typical 15-pick song selection. Press play at the jump and listen start to finish. Volume 5 has a seamless flow as if these indigos are on the same wave length when making music. Take a listen to Dirty Deity’s favorites from the first month of the year.
The new year has arrived and Volume 4 of Indigo Instruments also has! Very excited about new beginnings for both the year and playlist, Dirty Deity added a bonus song! The normal 15 tracks just wasn’t enough musical greatness this go around. 2017 lead Dirty Deity to discover many great musicians such as Cay Caleb, J.Robb, west1ne, and Lakim. Whether this is your first time hearing Indigo Instruments or you got all the previous volumes on replay; show love to these creatives in 2018! Get into the first playlist of the new year; Indigo Instruments Volume 4.
End the year with Volume 3 of Dirty Deity’s Indigo Instruments. Featuring both new and seasoned creatives producing unique sounds. Qu’ality, Stonethrows’ MNDSGN, the goddesses OSHUN and new music from SiR are featured in the last playlist of 2017. Of course there are some new instrumentals from Lakim, West1ne and some of Dirty Deity’s favorite producers. Get lost in the sounds of Indigo Instruments Vol 3.
Dirty Deity is back with the second installment of “Indigo Instruments”. This month’s playlist features new music from Proda, new comers Phabo, Olukara, Antwon, and Jersey’s rap princess Saturn, Alexander. Volume 2 of “Indigo Instruments” also showcases the unique instrumentals of producers and DJs such as Foisey, Lakim, and West1ne; just to name a few. Enter November with nothing but good vibes from Volume 2 of “Indigo Instruments”.
Volume one of Dirty Deity’s new playlist series “Indigo Instruments” has arrived. This playlist was curated with the love of experimental sounds and a thirst for discovering fresh, new producers & DJs. “Indigo Instruments” stays true to the indie music scene & indigo children using their voices and talents as instruments for creative change. Press play at the jump and let it Volume 1 of “Indigo Instruments” put you in the zone.
August concludes the summer which means a new playlist series coming. This playlist explains my feelings about ending the summer, better than words could. Take a look into my mind with music from Rayana Jay, Buddy, Leikeli47, Corbin and other innovative creatives.