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Top 20 indie club songs: Part II





Hello again! I'm still listening to some good stuff and playing at local bars and clubs:) So time has come for next Top 20 indie party songs. Some are obvious choices some may not be. It's a mix between dance and danceable indie rock songs:) Hope you enjoy and keep on listening to good music. Here's my selection in random order:



Crystal Fighters - I Love London

Funeral Party - NYC Moves To The Sound Of L.A.

Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Jackson's Last Stand

Put The Rifle Down - My Industrial Park (so underrated, superb synthpop)

Yeasayer - O.N.E.

Delorean - Stay Close

Blood Red Shoes - Don't Ask

Fang Island - Daisy

Phoenix - 1901

Twin Shadow - Slow

Crystal Castles ft. Robert Smith - Not In Love (again, but it's a must:)

Dum Dum Girls - It Only Takes One Night

Goldfrapp - Rocket(Grum Remix)

65daysofstatic - Weak 4 (long way from post rock heh:)

Hot Chip - I Feel Better

M.I.A. - Born Free

Maximum Ballon ft. Aku - Tiger

Royksopp ft. Robyn - The Girl And The Robot

The Thermals - I Don't Believe You

Two Door Cinema Club - I Can Talk


Cheers!






6 comments:

Jessy Gruet said...

Hi I really like your blog :) mine focusses partly on indie music and reviews too, and it would be really cool if you could check it out, i'm still a newbie here! j xx

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Brian TuneMeInNow said...

Great list. I like how you have Fang Island and Crystal Castles on that list, they are a must. Great blog!

Aristotle E. said...

I love the indie club songs you've chosen; especially the Goldfrapp "Rocket (Glum Remix)." One of my favorite things to do is just go on Youtube and find indie club remixes. For example,the Matt Walsh & Alex Jones's Met Police Re-Think remix for Crystal Fighters "I Love London" (http://youtu.be/78HOtjfPusg) is one of my favourites.

I noticed you put down M.I.A.'s "Born Free" as a club mix, and I would love to find out your thoughts on MAYA (or /\/\/\Y/\). I hardly meet anyone who liked it as much as I did.

slow-show said...

First, thanks for the compliments. Second, I really liked that I Love London mix. And third, I will probably disappoint you, but I think of that M.I.A. album more as a bold experiment than a masterpiece. It should have been more, based on her previous works. Also, it is certainly a step in good direction, but it is too incoherent and simple to be more imho. However I liked some parts as you can probably see:)

iheartmusic12 said...

Great music! :D I love all the songs on here! :) one of the best indie blogs i've been to!

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