Category Archives: Electronic Indie

SONG OF THE DAY Whilk and Misky – Everyday I Dream of You

When I heard Everyday I Dream of You for the first time just a moment ago, my first thoughts were, what a sexy song, I wouldn’t mind someone writing this for me! Simple and to the point, it doesn’t take … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Whilk and Misky – Rain Dance

London duo Whilk and Misky came together in 2013, creating an interesting fusion of sound heavily influenced by blues, folk and electronica. Releasing their debut EP, ‘The First Sip’ at the end of 2014, today’s song is one of their more … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Glass Animals – Take A Slice

It’s been over two years since Glass Animals released their debut album, and what a debut that was!  ‘Zaba’ is a fantastic listen from start to finish, full of booming bass lines, luscious vocals and all that melodically falls in … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Burhou – Fitna

London-based Burlou (pronounced ber-ROO) are a duo who emerged early last year with their superb debut single, ‘Please Delete’ (covered by The Listening Post Blog last April).  This track was an instant success and accumulated over 100,000 plays on Soundcloud … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Hundred Waters – Down From the Rafters

With music that’s part acoustic, part electronic and completely captivating, musicians Nicole Miglis, Trayer Tryon & Zach Tetreault make up Hundred Waters.  The trio met in middle school in Florida and formed the band in their adult years. The fusion … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Other Lives – I Need A Line

I’ve been catching up with a few musical purchases lately and have been completely escaping to the totally chilled out sounds of Oklahoma’s Other Lives; listening to their third album, ‘Rituals’ which was released in 2015. I have so much … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Glass Animals – Life Itself

It’s been nearly two years since Glass Animals released their debut album, and what a debut it was!  ‘Zaba’ is a cracking listen, with its booming basslines, luscious vocals and all that melodically falls in between, this is one great … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Mark Pritchard – Beautiful People (feat. Thom Yorke)

This summer, Australian-based producer Mark Pritchard returns with a new album, ‘Under The Sun’, his first since release 2011’s Steve Spacek collaboration 93 Million Miles (as Africa HiTech).  One of the unique selling points to this new LP is the inclusion of high-profile collaborations, … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Nearly Oratorio – Tin

Melbourne artist Simon Lam goes by the name of Nearly Oratorio for all of his solo musical creations, and it would seem that this title goes far beyond being just some random label.  I had a little search to see … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Yeasayer – I Am Chemistry

I’m a bit partial to Yeasayer, in so much that I acquired their debut album ‘All Hour Cymbals’ back in 2007 and really quite liked it, especially the first two tracks! Emerging in 2006 and self-describing their sound as “Middle Eastern-psych-snap-gospel,” … Continue reading

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