|TOP INDIE SONGS – WEEK 46|
We're entering a dark and uncertain chapter in American history. For me to sit here typing about how much I love the new Yeo track almost feels offensively trivial. And yet you could argue that music is more vital and meaningful than ever. So onwards and upwards to that new Yeo track – and to the nine other examples of fearless art featured in this week's edition of Top Indie Songs.
|BEST INDIE SONGS – WEEK 45|
This isn't the place to push a political agenda, but just remember to take off your headphones at some point tomorrow and make your voice heard. Okay, political rant over! Back to music being the important thing on the planet and to the Best Indie Songs of Week 45 from Jagwar Ma, George Maple, Nick Waterhouse, PIXIES, Cherry Glazerr and more.
|BEST CHILL SONGS – WEEK 44|
As far as I'm concerned, whatever way that the country decides to vote on Tuesday, we're all pretty much f*cked, so why not relax and embrace the chaos?! No, really – I'll be over here doing just that with help from the latest edition of BitCandy's Best Chill Songs. Feel free to join me by hitting play on the following tracks from Majik, Tourist, Kungs, Echos, Steve Hauschildt and more.
|TOP INDIE BANDS - WEEK 44|
We have some seriously awesome new tracks this week to cleanse our pallets and to get us into November in style. We have the latest from The Shins, Muse, San Cisco, and much much more. So get cozy, grab a bag of left over Halloween candy, and read on for the best new indie tracks of the week!
|NEW INDIE MUSIC - WEEK 43 PART 2|
What’s that? Your co-workers are having an uncomfortably heated political debate? Well, luckily we’re here just in time to swoop in and save you with more of the best indie tracks of the week! We have the latest from Anderson Paak’s new project, NxWorries, Run the Jewels, Laurel, Honne, and much more!
|HANGING VALLEYS - ENDLESS WAVES (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)|
It goes without saying that the new song from London based indie band Hanging Valleys undisputedly invites you to take a step back for a second and embrace the feelings that may come your way. Whether it’s an itch to find solitude or to catch a few waves, Endless Waves relates to listeners from all paths.