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1. It’s Raining Today – Scott Walker
2. That’s Us / Wild Combination – Arthur Russell
3. Hey Moon – John Maus
4. Strange – Patsy Cline
5. Too Late To Turn Back Now – Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose
6. Green Blood – Sonny & the Sunsets
7. Lonely Lover – Xenia Rubinos
8. In a Phantom Mood – Shintaro Sakamoto
9. The Past Tense – infinite bisous
10. Forever Dolphin Love – Connan Mockasin
11. Jealous Lies – Soft Hair
12. Thick Paste – Fake Buildings*
13. Nanonana – Luge*
14. A Pot Of Golden Rainbows – sean + ur not*
15. Speaking Gently – BadBadNotGood*



Indie-licious Tues Dec 16th 2014


1. Gelée de Vérole Extra – Mista Hope
2. Kaleidoscope (Kaytranada’s* Flip) – BADBADNOTGOOD*
3. Phonotaxis – Nick Kuepfer*
4. April 24, 1991 in Atlanta, Georgia – Hazy Montagne Mystique*
5. Ride Across the Moat Of Love – Great Valley
6. Nothing Means Nothing – Michael Rault*
7. Macaw – Horse Lords
8. Pink Elephant – Guerilla Toss
9. Diner Talk – Lee Paradise*
10. Beg Waves – Ponytail
11. Mother of Pearl – Pram


Tuesday Grab Bag

First of all, let’s kick things off with a brand new track from Seattle’s Belgian Fog (aka Robert Dale). He knocked my socks off with Loveless Way back in February (I’ve been addicted to that track ever since). His new one Before You Ever Talked is a narrative of misplaced expectations and placing someone on a pedestal (something I’m guilty of doing!) Robert has a stellar voice.

Before You Ever Talked – Belgian Fog (Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter)


I am in love with this Sculpture remix by Karen Gwyer. Hackle Scam Populator originally appears on the London band’s May 13th release, Membrane Pop (out via Software).

Hackle Scam Populator (Karen Gwyer Remix)Sculpture (Bandcamp | Soundcloud)


Now that I’m talking about Karen Gwyer, this track of hers is rad as hell. She makes such great kaleidoscopic, bizarre electronic songs.

Free Food / One Men Striper – Karen Gwyer (Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter)


Toronto’s BADBADNOTGOOD are three dearly-loved and critically acclaimed boyz named Matthew Tavares, Chester Hansen, and Alexander Sowinski. Listening to Hedron is like getting a milky spell cast on my eyelids.

Hedron – BADBADNOTGOOD (Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter)


Downtown by High Ends is the new side project from Kelowna band Yukon Blonde’s Jeffrey Innes. Beautifully simple yet it packs a punch. I read somewhere that he went to go make this record with friends, but nobody was available so he just did it himself. YOU GO, JEFFREY!


Doesn’t Neon Visions by North Carolina’s SMLH sound like the last slow dance at a high school dance, when the balloons are slowly deflating, the streamers are getting stuck to everyone’s feet, and the punch is warm and placid? It might be because SMLH is a real live seventeen year old.

Neon Visions – SMLH (Soundcloud | Bandcamp (free download!))


Skydive by London’s Astronauts. (aka Dan Carney) utilizes the perfect amount of ukelele without sounding twee. A rare feat! Reminds me a bit of Tunng in the most wonderful way.


Going to end this playlist on a really high, fun note with Strange (Mr. Bird remix) by Derbyshire’s Patawawa.

Strange (Mr. Bird Remix) – Patawawa (Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter)


Alright, that’s it for today’s Grab Bag! Catch you guys later on Indie-licious.