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Lost in the Light by Bahamas


A simple artistically shot stage video. Not really original, but at least it’s pretty.

Bahamas plays the perfect ditty for your “songs to make out with” playlist. This is off his second album, Barchords. A lovely song for a long Valentine’s Day weekend

This Toronto artist does just fine with his guitar and vocals. Most of his music is simple and mellow with a little hint of a country vibe. And if you’d like to hear a great live session from this guy, I recommend clicking on this link… www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsHetqB6f14


Kick It by Peaches and Iggy Pop


Watch as Iggy Pop fends off zombies with a rubber arm. You’d think a music video with the undead would be more entertaining. Meh.

Peaches along with Iggy Pop kick it with this indie-punk tune. This is a bit of a departure from Peaches’ normal genre synthpunk. It’s off her 3rd studio album, Fatherfucker.

I’m not really fan of this Canadian synth-diva, but there are a few songs from her that I just love, this being one of them. She’s released 5 albums, and many singles, with her latest in 2009. Including Iggy Pop, she’s also worked with Karen O, The Flaming Lips, and Christina Aguilera to name a few.

Snowfalls In November by Julie Doiron


A photo-montage fan video of our heroine.

Julie Doiron, a fellow Canuck, croons this ditty in indie-folk-rock style. Perfect mellowing tune, while drinking a brewski on your back porch. You can find this on her 3rd album, Goodnight Nobody.

She’s released 5 albums, so far, and from what I can tell, they get edgier chronologically. So if you’re looking for something a little harder, try listening to this, which is from her latest album, eh.