Tags energizing, indie rock, alternative
Artists Kings of Leon, David Bowie, Devendra Banhart
March 28, 2009
Lock the door to your office and dance around! Includes Kings of Leon, David Bowie, Devendra Banhart, etc. No genre cohesion.
Unfortunately, I kind of agree with you on Kings of Leon. You should certainly look into MIA. "Kala" is a pretty decent album, but "Paper Planes" is the only song on the record that sounds like that, which can be either a selling point or a drawback, depending on who you're talking to.
Thanks for the kind words!
the kings of leon disappointed me with their latest album, but i really like their first one. i consider it a classic. bowie is still one of my great favorites, and you added some other newer artists i really like, including the black keys and the decemberists. i'm interested in hearing more m.i.a.. all i've heard is the tune that samples the clash's 'straight to hell' (another one of my great favorite bands).
i liked it. good mix.
golden years is marvelous,
a top notch song
Get The Folk Out! by elastigirl
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folk, indie rock, singer-songwriter
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southern rock, indie, alt country
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The best Track #1s hook you immediately, acting as delightful aperitifs for the musical feast to follow.
alternative rock, pop, indie rock
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Eleven tracks including music by Devotchka, Andrew Bird and Cloud Cult.
alternative rock, rock