Indie Disco #30

Indie Disco #030Indie 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 Faded, Grandaddy, Scissors For Lefty, Howling Bells, Franz Ferdinand, and lots of other exciting bands.

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Playlist

  1. Depeche Mode – To Have And To Hold
  2. Paradise Lost – One Second
  3. Neuroticfish – I Don’t Like The City
  4. Mesh – Petrified (Live)
  5. VNV Nation – Beloved (Radio Version)
  6. 4tune8 – Victim Of Circumstances
  7. Psyche – Goodbye Horses (Q Lazzarus cover)
  8. Psycho – Psycho Killer (Talking Heads cover)
  9. Franz Ferdinand – All My Friends
  10. Battle – Demons
  11. Puressence – Bitter Pill
  12. Faded – Ascend
  13. Grandaddy – The Crystal Lake
  14. William Shatner – Common People (Pulp cover)
  15. The Fall – Lost In Music
  16. Scissors For Lefty – Marsha
  17. Babyshambles – You Talk
  18. Harrisons – Dear Constable
  19. Howling Bells – Low Happening
  20. (We Are) Performance – Short Sharp Shock
  21. The Pipettes – Your Kisses Are Wasted On Me
  22. Archive – Programmed
  23. Moby – Everyday is 1989
  24. Infected Mushroom – Becoming Insane
  25. The Prodigy – Voodoo Beats
  26. Westbam feat. Marusha – The Mayday Anthem
  27. Future Sound Of London – Papua New Guinea
  28. Opus III – It’s A Fine Day
  29. Fischerspooner – The 15th (Wire cover)

Listen: Indie Disco #30 (player opens in a pop-up window)

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