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.
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.
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…
Arsty black and white video with no narrative. Why do they even bother?
This slow sultry song is from London based band, The xx. This is off their second album, Coexist.
Their music has been used many times in TV and movies. They have an interesting dream-pop sound which they never stray far from. They’re currently working on their third studio album.
No video for this song.
Grouplove jam this joyous melody. This is off their last album, Spreading Rumours.
This LA indie band have released one EP and 2 albums, the most recent in 2013. They’ve matured from an uptempo happy-sunshine band to a more melodic one while still keeping some it’s happiness.
No video for this song, so enjoy a still of the album cover.
Most of Brad Sucks‘ music is up-tempo rock with a few exceptions. This is off his second album, Out of It.
Brad Sucks is from Ottawa, Canada, and not since Paul Anka has this city had something to be proud of. He’s released 3 albums so far with most of his music available on his website, along with tracks to allow you mix your own versions of his music.
No video for this song. The song ends at 3:37, so no need to keep listening.
The Dead Weather wake the dead in a good way with this hard-core tune. This is off their second album, Sea of Cowards.
This band is made up of musicians from other popular bands: Alison Mosshart of The Kills, Jack White (on drums) of The Raconteurs, Dean Fertita of Queens of the Stone Age, and Jack Lawrence of City and Colour. They’re set to release a new album some time this year. I’m not a big fan of the rest of their stuff, but this song really does kick-ass.
This lame psychedelic video is nothing special, unless you like seeing people bathe in food.
Blondfire fill the dance floor with this ditty. This is off their third EP, Where The Kids Are.
This LA brother and sister duo have released a few EPS and 2 albums, the most recent, Young Heart in 2014. They have an indie pop vibe, and many of their songs are varied from each other. Which means you won’t get bored of them. If you don’t like one song, you’ll like another or, you’ll like most of them.
Odd animated video.
Cute little child-like ditty from Alex Winston. This is off the her EP, Velvet Elvis.
This American indie pop singer has released only one album, and a few EPs. She sounds like a cross between Amy Winehouse and Regina Spektor. Her music is hard to find, but definitely worth listening to. Here’s hoping she makes the leap to mainstream radio without compromising on her style.