Indie Disco #59

Indie Disco #059Indie 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 32 songs by Celestial, Battle, Pete And The Pirates, Loveninjas, Eskobar, and lots of other exciting bands.

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Playlist

  1. Dragons – Where Is The Love
  2. Diorama – Synthesize Me (Piano Version)
  3. Archive – Fuck U
  4. Puressence – India
  5. Editors – Lights
  6. Battle – Demons
  7. Pete And The Pirates – She Doesn’t Belong To Me
  8. Loveninjas – The End Of A Dream
  9. M83 – Graveyard Girl
  10. The Cure – Push
  11. James – Ring The Bells
  12. Celestial – Dream On
  13. Echo & The Bunnymen – Lips Like Sugar
  14. U2 – Trash, Trampoline And The Party Girl
  15. Clint Boon Experience – White No Sugar
  16. Eskobar – As The World Turns
  17. New Order – Who’s Joe?
  18. Dancing Mice – It’s Abnormal
  19. The Young Knives – Terra Firma
  20. The KBC – Red Flashing Eyes
  21. Franz Ferdinand & Jane Birkin – A Song For Sorry Angel
  22. The Gossip – Careless Whisper
  23. Electrelane – Only One Thing Needed
  24. Bratze – Jean Claude
  25. Dangerous Muse – Give Me Danger
  26. Testcard – Too Much
  27. Cut Copy – Lights & Music (Radio Edit)
  28. Kon Kan – I Beg Your Pardon? (I Never Promised You A Rose Garden)
  29. Depeche Mode – Everything Counts
  30. Duran Duran – Planet Earth
  31. The Bravery – An Honest Mistake
  32. Placebo – Where Is My Mind? (Pixies cover)

Listen: Indie Disco #59 (player opens in a pop-up window)

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