Archive for May, 2009

Acoustic Sessions #4

Oasis

Today’s post features acoustic performances by Suede, Oasis, and Pulp.

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Indie Disco #128

Indie Disco #128

Indie Disco is a podcast filled with two hours’ worth of indie rock / post-punk / shoegaze / electronic dance music. This instalment features 34 songs by Youth Group, New Cassettes, The Foxglove Hunt, Editors, The Killers, and lots of other exciting bands.

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Under The Covers #11

Today’s covers are by Infadels, Manic Street Preachers, and The Dandy Warhols.

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Fade To Mary Chain

Bynar - D?n? vs. Visage

Fade To Mary Chain is a drum & bass mashup sampling Dúné and Visage.

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Rob Dust

Rob Dust

Although he is well known for his musical diversity, deep inside Rob Dust remains an electronic pop addict. When he is not producing his own music or working with synthpop acts like De/Vision, Minerve, Lowe, Limbogott, and Klee, he fronts 4TUNE8, a nu metal-meets-electropop band.

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The Prids

The Prids

The Prids are an indie pop / post-punk quartet whose members live a strict vegan lifestyle and hold strong political beliefs that influence their writing style. They also follow a strong DIY ethic similar to that of Fugazi, including the home recording of several of their records.

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The Orders

The Orders

With influences ranging from Depeche Mode, Joy Division, and David Lynch to Franz Kafka, The Smiths, and The Cure, The Orders write songs full of dark and melancholic guitars, infectious melodies, and steady discobeats.

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Acoustic Sessions #3

Duran Duran

Today’s post features acoustic performances by Duran Duran, Alphaville, Depeche Mode, and Bronski Beat.

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Indie Disco #127

Indie Disco #127

Indie Disco is a podcast filled with two hours’ worth of indie rock / post-punk / shoegaze / electronic dance music. This instalment features 31 songs by Infadels, The Hourly Radio, South Ambulance, Tenek, Kasabian, and lots of other exciting bands.

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Filthy Dukes

Filthy Dukes

Influenced by contemporaries Hot Chip, Soulwax, and Simian Mobile Disco, as well as by older bands such as Can, Tangerine Dream and Roxy Music, Filthy Dukes’ music has been described as “electroacidhousenuravetwisteddiscopunkfunk”, but you could also call it …simply good!

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