Indie Disco #154 (Best of 2010)

Indie Disco #154Indie Disco is a two-hour long podcast filled with effervescent dance beats, shoegaze harmonies, new wave hooks, and post-punk aesthetics. This ‘Best of 2010’ instalment features 33 songs by HURTS, The Drums, These New Puritans, Detachments, Halo In Reverse, and lots of other exciting bands.

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Playlist

  1. Ash – Arcadia
  2. One Night Only – Say You Don’t Want It
  3. Two Door Cinema Club – I Can Talk
  4. Eagle Seagull – You Can’t Call Yourself A Secret
  5. Arcade Fire – Empty Room
  6. Dead Kids – Into The Fire
  7. Morning Parade – Marble Attic
  8. Metropol – Collision
  9. Diego – Smokie Eyes
  10. Blood Red Shoes – Don’t Ask
  11. Contre Jour – Tension
  12. Interpol – Barricade
  13. The Domino State – We Must Not Shut Ourselves Away
  14. O. Children – Ruins
  15. White Lies – Bigger Than Us
  16. JOY/DISASTER – Dory
  17. Veil Veil Vanish – Anthem For A Doomed Youth
  18. The Wars – Succubus
  19. The Bravery – Ours
  20. The Drums – Best Friend
  21. White Apple Tree – Mr. Sanity
  22. HURTS – Better Than Love
  23. Ashbury Heights – Anti-ordinary
  24. Baskerville feat. Bade – Devil’s Town
  25. Delphic – Halcyon
  26. Crystal Castles feat. Robert Smith – Not In Love
  27. Underworld – Bird 1
  28. These New Puritans – Three Thousand
  29. Detachments – H.A.L.
  30. Placebo – Trigger Happy Hands
  31. Halo In Reverse – Pop Icon Puppets
  32. Muse – MK Ultra
  33. Pendulum feat. Liam Howlett – Immunize

Listen: Indie Disco #154 (Best of 2010) (player opens in a pop-up window)

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2 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    great gooodd

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