Indie Disco #7 (Mashups)

Indie Disco #007Indie 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 20 mashups of The Cure, The Dandy Warhols, Placebo, Hard-Fi, Kasabian, and lots of other exciting bands.

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Playlist

  1. Richard X – Into You (feat. Jarvis Cocker & Mazzy Star)
  2. Coldplay vs. Radiohead – The High Scientist
  3. Coldplay vs. Bloc Party – Hunting For Witches In My Place
  4. The Dandy Warhols vs. Kosheen – Hide & Sleep
  5. The Killers vs. Muse – When You Were A Starlight
  6. Green Day vs. Oasis vs. Travis – Boulevard Of Broken Songs
  7. L7 vs. CSS – Pretend We’re Alala
  8. The Gossip vs. Elastica – Standing In The Way Of Connection
  9. Metallica vs. LCD Soundsystem vs. The Knack vs. The Rolling Stones – Enter North American Sharona
  10. The Dandy Warhols vs. Pink – Dandy’s Party
  11. Blur vs. Kasabian – There’s No LSF
  12. Madonna vs. The Sex Pistols – Ray Of Gob
  13. Queen vs. Outkast – Hey We Will Rock Ya
  14. The Cure vs. George Michael – Close To Faith
  15. The Beatles vs. The Monkees – Paperback Believer
  16. Primal Scream vs. Jungle Brothers – Play Loaded
  17. Hard-Fi vs. Jay Z vs. Abba vs. RHCP vs. Flying Lizards – The Money Song
  18. Placebo vs. Kosheen – Hide The Bitter Placebo
  19. Iron Maiden vs. Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Maiden Goes To Hollywood
  20. Bjork vs. The Cure – A Hidden Forest

Listen: Indie Disco #7 (player opens in a pop-up window)

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