Tag Archives: Indie Rock

Thirteen Senses

Into The Fire (Acoustic)Thirteen Senses.  Into The Fire.

Last.Fm Bio:
Thirteen Senses are an indie/rock band formed in Penzance, Cornwall in 2001. The current lineup is Will South (vocals, piano, guitar), Tom Welham (guitar, vocals), Adam Wilson (bass guitar) and Brendon James (drums, percussion).

Thirteen Senses have three studio albums: The Invitation (27 September 2004), Contact (2 April 2007) and Crystal Sounds (21 February 2011).

In terms of their style and sound, Thirteen Senses are quite similar to other British bands like Keane and Coldplay; but take on a wider range of influences, including Mew, Mercury Rev and a minimalist aesthetic, with their lyrics also visiting darker themes.

Bonus Song: Home (Acoustic). Crystal Sounds.

Artist Pages: Official Website
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Posted by on July 25, 2012 in Daily Song


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The Kooks

Song: Naive
Album: Inside In/Inside Out
Genre: indie, indie rock, britpop, alternative

British indie rock band – formed in Brighton, England, United Kingdom in 2004. The band currently consists of Luke Pritchard (vocals, guitar), Hugh Harris (guitar), Peter Denton (bass) and Nick Millard (drums). Nick is currently filling in for Paul Garred due to a recent arm injury. They have released three studio albums; their 2006 debut Inside In/Inside Out peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart, and their 2008 follow up Konk reached number one. The Junk Of The Heart (Happy) Songfacts reports that Pritchard found himself writing lyrics containing a lot of emotional drama for their third album and the phrase ‘junk of the heart’ kept coming back to him. Junk Of The Heart was released September 12, 2011.– Excerpt from Last.Fm

Listen to their newest single, Junk of the Heart (Happy), released in November 2011.

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Posted by on February 12, 2012 in Daily Song


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Various Cruelties

Song: Great Unknown
Album: Various Cruelties
Genre:  indie, rock, indie pop, indie rock

Formed in September 2010 and named after an Ed Ruscha painting of the same name who the Talking heads famously used for the “Sand in the Vaseline” compilation. Pretty much the first gig they got offered was one supporting The Vaccines. They had met through a friends of friends and within a few weeks recorded the tracks heard on bandcamp prior to playing live.

Influences include Etta James, Spencer Davis Group, Arcade Fire and Villagers. – Excerpt from Last.Fm

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Posted by on January 29, 2012 in Daily Song


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Song: What You Wanted
Album: What You Wanted
Genre: Indie Rock, Alternative Rock

Spector is a five piece band from Dalston, London. Made up of Frederick Macpherson, Christopher Burman, Thomas Shickle, Danny Blandy and Jed Cullen.

The band, who are fronted by former Les Incompetents and Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man singer Fred MacPherson, will be supporting Florence And The Machine on their forthcoming arena tour. They will join The Horrors on the jaunt, which kicks off in March 2012– Excerpt from Last.Fm

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Posted by on January 23, 2012 in Daily Song


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Snow Patrol

Song: Called Out In The Dark
Album: Fallen Empires
Genre:  indie, alternative, rock, indie rock, britpop

Snow Patrol are an alternative rock band that formed in Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom in 1994 and currently based in Bangor, Northern Ireland, where most of the band members are from. They consist of Gary Lightbody (vocals, guitar), Nathan Connolly (guitar, vocals), Paul Wilson (bass), Tom Simpson (keyboards) and Jonny Quinn (drums). Lightbody and Quinn are the only original members who remain in the band. -Excerpt from

Snow Patrol’s new album Fallen Empires was released today. While I was putting this post together I was listening to some of their older songs and wanted to share a few of my favorites.

Bonus Songs:
You Could Be Happy
Just Say Yes
Crack the Shutters

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Posted by on January 10, 2012 in Daily Song


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Regina Spektor

Song: Us
Album: Soviet Kitsch
Genre:  Anti-folk, indie rock, baroque pop, blues, pop

Regina Spektor was born on 18th February 1980, in Moscow, ex-USSR, and moved to the United States when she was nine. Spektor studied classical piano from the age of six, practising on a Petrof piano given to her mother by her grandfather. She was also exposed to the music of rock and roll bands such as The Beatles, Queen, and The Moody Blues by her father, who obtained such recordings in Eastern Europe and traded cassettes with friends in the Soviet Union. – Excerpt from Last.Fm

Spektor’s songs are not usually autobiographical, but rather are based on scenarios and characters drawn from her imagination. Her songs show influences from folk, punk, rock, Jewish,Russian, hip hop, jazz, and classical music. Spektor has said that she works hard to ensure that each of her songs has its own musical style, rather than trying to develop a distinctive style for her music as a whole. – Excerpt from Wikipedia

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Posted by on January 8, 2012 in Daily Song


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Song: She’s Got You High
Album: These Things Move in Threes
Genre:  Indie Rock

Mumm-Ra were an indie rock band which formed in 2000 in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, United Kingdom. The band consisted of James New (vocals/keyboard/guitar), Oli Frost (guitar), Niall Buckler (bass), James Arguile (guitar), and Gareth Jennings (drums). Their name was taken from a character from the American 1980s animated television series, ThunderCats (who was a mummy of the Egyptian god Ra). In 2008, the band broke up after 7 1/2 years of playing music together. -Excerpt from Last.Fm

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Posted by on January 6, 2012 in Daily Song


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