indiexmusic:

Novelette's Pyre, I think, might be one of the best downtempo electro tracks I’ve heard this year.

indiexmusic:

Odesza's new album is out, and it is beautiful. One of the highlights is easily the second track, Say My Name.

indiexmusic:

In this current period of recess for Frank Ocean, let Majid Jordan fill that electro-RnB spot in your soul. Listen to A Place Like This.

iheartmoosiq:

Manchester five piece Girl Friend return with another seductive track, Stop, after luring me in with Comforting Strangers last month, the lead single off their debut EP Everyone Wants To Be Wanted, out on Tri-Tone. As before, they tend to remind me of Wild Beasts on the song, with a touch of The Antlers and Everything Everything. Stop, like Comforting Strangers, carries plenty of warm, lustrous guitars, but channels plenty of brooding moodiness, too. I’ll tack on Comforting Strangers again below, too.

indiexmusic:

SIR SLY COVERED ARCADE FIRE’S AFTERLIFE I AM NOT OK

indiexmusic:

The piano version of Sia’s Chandelier is SO important to me.

iheartmoosiq:

Mmm mmm… I love Foals, I love Two Door CInema Club, I love Bloc Party… put all those together and you just might get a sound like that of Australian trio Essick, who stalwartly shoved their way onto my radar today when I encountered their single Ghost Towns. It’s a sophisticated indie rock and dance punk tune, endlessly compelling with its vivacious guitars and marching percussion. The track will be on Essick’s debut album Atrium Atrium, out November 12 on Bedlam Records.

indie-daily-tunes:

Duologue - “Forests”

¿Por qué no puedo lucir tal cual y me imagino? Ah ya se, mi cara.
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natehartley:

Life is a series of content. A collection of moments. We gather experiences, day after day, memory after moment after answers. We connect, we learn, we build. Intrinsically we are irrational beings trying to rationalize our own mortality through things like theology. Or why we do and act and say…