My Best Fiend play this tune that seems like it could be from a late 90s indie label. This is off their album, In Ghostlike Fading.
Jesus Christ, I can’t find very much about this band. They’re probably named after a 1999 German documentary by Werner Herzog about Klaus Kinski.
Surprise, surprise, there’s also no video for this song.
Elbow start off this ditty with a simple chord-progression on acoustic guitar. This is off their debut album, Asleep in the Back.
They released over 6 albums and 5 EPs since 1998. They have an eclectic sound that varies quite a bit. This is song is probably one of there harder-edged tunes.
No video for this song, so sit back, close your eyes and enjoy…
Not quite sure what’s going on in this video. They all seem like characters from a bad rap video.
This English band have some serious mood in this song. This is off their debut album, An Awesome Wave.
alt-J or ∆ have a nice distinctive sound that sets them apart from the rest of the junk that’s being played on radio nowadays. They’ve released 2 albums and 2 EPs.
A disco-like beat with a nice guitar-edge and theatrical vocals surprisingly work well in this song. This is from SLAVE to the SQUAREwave‘s sixth album, Big Change.
With over 8 albums released this Toronto band has stayed under the radar. They were introduced to me by my late friend, Don Berns (aka Doctor Trance) and I’m glad he did. They have a very distinct sound and they definitely need more exposure.
I could only find a live version of this song that I could share. This is from the CBC’s Radio On The Go.
No video for this song.
This Canadian songstress coos us with something fit for a David Lynch soundtrack. This is off her second album, Hannah Georgas.
Hannah Georgas hails from Canada’s rock and roll capital, Newmarket, Ontario. She’s released 3 ablums thus far, as well as nominated for a Juno for her song off the same album, Robotic. Most of her music is low-key not straying to far from the sample below.
Hanni El Khatib rocks this tune with a hard electric guitar sound. This is off his debut album, Will the Guns Come Out.
Most of his music has a nice edge to it. He’s released 3 albums thus far with his latest, Moonlight, early this year. His music has been used in commercials and various TV shows from Californication to Luther to Gotham.
And to accompany the song, is this boring video about driving around at night and the lights of the city. All style, no substance.
Weird video about hunting down a panda.
This song first appeared on Blondfire‘s EP, Where the Kids Are, and is also included on their latest album, Young Heart.
Blondfire are an LA band whose members consist of a brother-and-sister duo. They’ve only 2 full albums, but they’re full of interesting indie pop songs.
The song starts at the 24 second mark, if you want to fast-forward past the opening…