Archive for September, 2009

Kill Hannah

Kill Hannah

Kill Hannah plays a sort of futuristic sounding electronic rock that will appeal to fans of Nine Inch Nails, Placebo, White Rose Movement, Shiny Toy Guns, and Apoptygma Berzerk v.2.0.

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Danish Daycare

Danish Daycare

Citing influences such as The Cure, New Order, Depeche Mode, Ride, and Doves, Danish Daycare’s mixture of weeping guitars, moody synths, and punchy beats unveils an unmistakable ’80s herritage.

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Acoustic Sessions #15

Oasis

Today’s post features four acoustic performances by Oasis.

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Indie Disco #141

Indie Disco #141

Indie Disco is a podcast filled with two hours’ worth of indie rock / post-punk / shoegaze / electronic dance music. This instalment features 32 songs by Rammstein, The Bravery, We Are Tokyo, Delphic, Sex Education, and lots of other exciting bands.

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Under The Covers #27

Placebo

Today’s covers are by Placebo, Muse, and Peaches.

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Taken By Cars

Taken By Cars

Hailing from Philippines, Taken By Cars is an indie rock band who mixes sultry vocals with propulsive rhythms, angular guitars, and electronica that will appeal to fans of Bloc Party, Franz Ferdinand, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and The Rapture.

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Under The Covers #26

Sweet Jane

Today’s covers are by Sweet Jane, Division Kent, and Air Bureau.

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O. Children

O. Children

With serious nods to the likes of Bauhaus, The Sisters Of Mercy, and Joy Division, as well as their more mainstream counterparts Interpol, Editors, and She Wants Revenge, O. Children are creating a buzz in both the goth and indie music scene and it won’t be long before they become household names.

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Bertie Blackman

Bertie Blackman

Bertie Blackman is an independent Australian singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Her haunting yet seductive vocals collide with industrial electronics to create sonic soundscapes that will appeal to fans of La Roux, Little Boots, and Metric.

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Dial M For Murder!

Dial M For Murder!

Stating Alfred Hitchcock, love & hate, low frequency bass, old drum machines, London, and indie fashion as outside influences, Dial M for Murder! stand somewhere between the poised assurance of Ladytron and the lugubrious side of Interpol.

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