Indie Disco #35

Indie Disco #035Indie 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 28 songs by Enter Shikari, VAST, The Sounds, The Ettes, Goose, and lots of other exciting bands.

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Playlist

  1. Placebo – Song To Say Goodbye (Marcelo Aldunate Remix)
  2. Pela – Lost to the Lonesome
  3. Eagle Seagull – Photograph
  4. Arcade Fire – Intervention
  5. The Raveonettes – Dead Sound (Remix)
  6. Suicide – Cheree (Remix)
  7. The Killers – Mr. Brightside (Jacques Lu Cont’s Thin White Duke Remix)
  8. Don Juan Dracula – Take Me Home (Johan Agebjorn Remix)
  9. IAMX – Your Joy Is My Low (Mr. Jack Remix)
  10. 4tune8 – In A Distance
  11. Kharma 45 – Ecstasy
  12. Editors – Bones
  13. The Organ – Memorize The City
  14. The Cure – The Hanging Garden
  15. Clinic – If You Could Read Your Mind
  16. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – Berlin
  17. The Ettes – Dead And Gone
  18. PJ Harvey – Kamikaze
  19. Goose – British Mode
  20. To My Boy – Tell Me, Computer
  21. Shiny Toy Guns – You Are The One
  22. Enter Shikari – OK Time For Plan B
  23. Hadouken! – Leap Of Faith
  24. Marilyn Manson – This Is The New Shit (John B Remix)
  25. Axwell feat. Max C – I Found U (High Contrast Berlin After Dark Mix)
  26. VAST – Pretty When You Cry
  27. Queen vs. Placebo – Pure Rock You
  28. The Sounds – Ego

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