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…
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.
No video for this tune.
The Submarines present us with this simple ditty, which is almost impossible not to sing along with. This is off their latest album, Love Notes/Letter Bombs.
This indie LA band have released 3 albums and 2 EPs. They have a Fiest-like sound but stand out due to the male/female vocals by couple John Dragonetti and Blake Hazard. They dated, and then split up, and got back together, and married, and the music world has gained a great indie pop band.
Live concert video.
The Distillers, an LA punk band, belt out a Hole-like tune to an appreciative crowd. This is off their second album, Sing Sing Death House.
This band split up in 2003, but have released 3 albums and 1EP before doing so. With the occasional great song, I felt that the band’s music could never match the potential of Brody Dale‘s brilliant voice. She’s since gone on to form Spinnerette (a little less punk, and more alt/pop rock), but I think they’re still missing the mark.