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BEST INDIE CHILL – WEEK 38
Grimes' Bedtime Mix, featuring artists as diverse as Patsy Cline, Portishead and Aphex Twin, is a must for any indie chill fan. That, plus the following songs from YOUTHCULT, Poolside, Dirty South and many more, and you can rest assured BitCandy has got you covered now that you've finally managed to delete U2's album from your iPhone...
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BEST NEW TRACKS: THE RADIO DEPT "DEATH TO FASCISM"
The Radio Dept are back today with the politically charged "Death to Fascism," a cool new song they've decided to release just ahead of general elections in their home country. The track's lone lyric is just a steady repetition of the phrase, “Smrt fasizmu, sloboda narodu.”
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BEST INDIE SONGS - WEEK 38 - PART 2
I’m here to cool you down with some more of the best indie tracks of the week! So stop reading about what crazy thing Ariana Grande has demanded this week, grab your headphones, and read on!
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NEW ARTIST FINDS: LITTLE DEED
Today we bring you a young singer/songwriter from Sydney, Australia that is so new we don’t even know her real name yet. Going by the name Little Deed, she describes her sound as “the sparse electronica of James Blake, with a hint of the true grit of the Arctic Monkeys.”
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BEST INDIE POP - WEEK 38
Experimental power pop, electronic grunge, and summer beats present themselves in this week’s top alternative pop songs. Week 38 is packed with tracks that break away from the conventional sound, and offer something for everyone. The notable features include, FMLYBND, x priest x and Onikalovesyou. Enough with my yapping and let's get to it.
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ALBUM REVIEW: THE DRUMS - ENCYCLOPEDIA
YES! The Drums are finally back. After three years of not hearing much at all from these guys, they’ve dropped a few members and returned to where it all started; a two-man band of childhood friends. They’ve also dropped the surfy stuff and tuned into their inner gloominess.
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ALBUM REVIEW: SIR SLY - YOU HAUNT ME
It’s time to review a brand new indie pop album and I’m extra excited because this is one of the most anticipated releases of the week. Sir Sly popped up in L.A’s best new artist scene early last year and THIS is their debut album. You Haunt Me is an album full of pure indie pop joy.
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