Indie Disco on Strangeways #90

Indie Disco on Strangeways Radio #90 | Indie Disco on Strangeways is a one-hour radio filled with indie rock, post-punk, shoegaze, alternative, gothic, and electronic music that airs every Tuesday at 8 p.m. GMT (3 p.m. EST) on www.strangewaysradio.comIndie Disco on Strangeways is a one-hour radio show filled with indie rock, post-punk, shoegaze, alternative, gothic, and electronic music that airs every Tuesday at 8 p.m. GMT (3 p.m. EST) on Strangeways Radio. It usually features new and under-the-radar independent bands 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. To receive updates on new episodes, please subscribe to the show via RSS.

Today’s episode is available for streaming below and features tracks by Joy Division, O. Children, Rendez-Vous, Screen Vinyl Image, White Lies, and other exciting bands.

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Indie Disco on Strangeways Radio Episode 90

Playlist (June 2, 2015)

  1. Joy Division – Transmission
  2. O. Children – Radio Waves
  3. Rendez-Vous – The Others
  4. Screen Vinyl Image – We Don’t Belong
  5. White Lies – Taxidermy
  6. Bynar – Cracked Obstacle (Interpol vs. The XX vs. Arctic Monkeys)
  7. She Wants Revenge – Tear You Apart
  8. Cold Showers – BC
  9. A Place To Bury Strangers – Onwards To The Wall
  10. Savages – She Will
  11. NU:N – In April of 1984
  12. Miserylab – Void
  13. Angels Of Liberty – Break The Silence
  14. Placebo – Song To Say Goodbye
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