Indie-licious Tues Oct 1st 2013

FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER!! SO EXCITED FOR HALLOWEEN AND FALL AND ORANGE EVERYTHING (I ate Scooby Doo alphaghetti, orange juice, and carrots for dinner)

1. Nepal – San Cisco
2. Magic – The Sound of Arrows
3. Cat’s Eyes – Cat’s Eyes
4. Shuffle a Dream – Little Dragon
5. Synrise – Goose
6. Sidewalk Safari – Chairlift
7. Backpack – Petite Meller
8. The Bus That Couldn’t Slow Down 2 – The J. Arthur Keenes Band
9. Wild Young Hearts – Noisettes
10. Mystery Girl – The BB Guns
11. Stuck In The Middle – The Elwins
12. Black Water – Criminal Hygiene
13. Singles Don’t $ell – Teenanger
14. Pull Shapes – The Pipettes
15. Money – Lady
16. Man Like That – Gin Wigmore
17. Do-Wah-Doo – Kate Nash


The Migrant’s “Travels in Lowland”

The Migrant is an unsigned Danish six-piece fronted by Bjarke Bendtsen, or “Mr. Migrant”, as he likes to call himself. Their first album, Travels in Lowland was released in August 2010 and the band is currently experiencing the joys of touring in Europe and North America. In fact, they’re coming to Toronto to play with Kate Nash at the Phoenix Concert Theatre on November 13th.

Nothing But Clues is my favourite track off of Travels in Lowland; it reminds me of the autumn walks I like to take with my dog Clara.

And here are two other tracks off of the album; In the Sun, a charming violin-swaying waltz, and The Organ Grinder, a soft but powerful builder that starts slow and ends sweet (I’m a sucker for songs that remind me of The Littlest Hobo‘s credits).

MP3: In The Sun – The Migrant

MP3: The Organ Grinder – The Migrant