Indie Disco #12

Indie Disco 012Indie Disco is a two-hour long podcast filled with effervescent dance beats, shoegaze harmonies, new wave hooks, and post-punk aesthetics. It is provided with the intent of helping you discover new and under-the-radar independent artists that don’t have a large amount of mainstream exposure, so if you like what you hear please support these artists and buy their music. This instalment features 29 songs by Pulp, Suede, Oasis, Inspiral Carpets, The Sound, and lots of other exciting bands.

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Playlist

  1. The Cure – Burn
  2. Bloc Party – Hunting For Witches
  3. The Killers – Shadowplay
  4. Klaxons – Golden Skans
  5. Dubrovniks – Holy Town
  6. The Libertines – Last Post On The Bugle
  7. The White Stripes – You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You’re Told)
  8. Placebo – Post Blue
  9. Franz Ferdinand – You Could Have It So Much Better
  10. Kaiser Chiefs – Heat Dies Down
  11. Lush – Ladykillers
  12. Six By Seven – Candlelight
  13. Editors – An End Has A Start
  14. Cocteau Twins feat. Robert Smith – Cherry Colour
  15. Ride – Unfamiliar
  16. The Sound – Winning
  17. Heavenly – Atta Girl
  18. Soft Cell – Meet Murder My Angel
  19. Twins – Face To Face, Heart To Heart
  20. The Neon Judgement – Chinese Black
  21. Swans – Love Will Tear Us Apart
  22. Suede – So Young
  23. Pulp – Death II
  24. Inspiral Carpets – Uniform
  25. Suede feat. Neil Tennant – Rent (Live)
  26. Oasis – Live Forever
  27. stellastarr* – In The Walls (Acoustic)
  28. Depeche Mode – It Doesn’t Matter Two (Voice Mix)
  29. Apoptygma Berzerk – Until The End Of The World (Acoustic)

Listen: Indie Disco #12 (player opens in a pop-up window)

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