#indie


Givers

I haven’t heard this kind of Music in a while. Some­thing that just took me in the first 15-seconds of lis­ten­ing to get more songs of, when the cur­rently play­ing song wasn’t even fin­ished yet. This was 3 o’clock early in the morn­ing mind you.

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Lykke Li

Dang. Lykke Li. This broad is get­ting major hype. Not only is she bring­ing it, but she’s really dope and tal­ented. If you haven’t heard of the Swedish newcomer’s “free spir­ited, per­for­mance pop” from my Urban Outfitter’s LSTN #1 post a while back, you are miss­ing out. But, don’t fret—it’s not too late.

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Kasabian’s Empire

Kasabian - Empire

I don’t know what it was that led me to Kasabian’s webiste just right now, but I was quite awe struck about find­ing out the change on their site, as well as the press about their new album, Empire. Mean­while, I also found out that they were about to per­form at Let­ter­man in just a few min­utes. I was for­tu­nate enough to catch them.

Any­ways, make sure to have a lis­ten to this group if you haven’t already. As I’ve said before, “these blokes rock rat-ass!” So what about it eh?! Give ‘em a play and I promise you, you’ll hear noth­ing more than pure exhilaration!

Kasabian

kasabian

Recently Coldplay’s X&Y album dropped. Its just weird see­ing and hear­ing more about this music genre they call “Indie”. So yah, so far I can only dis­tin­guish this style of music if the band is from the UK. Its pro­lly because I only know two bands that for sure are cat­e­go­rized in this genre, Cold­play and Kasabian.

Speak­ing of Kasabian—these blokes rock rat-ass! Straight from the first track (club foot, my fav) of their self-entitled album, they set a great momen­tum that just takes you by sur­prise; and make you not want to get off of it. But hey, you dont have to take my word for it. I seri­ously rec­om­mend cop­ping their album.

Oh yah, also sup­port the orga­ni­za­tion their help­ing out… makepovertyhistory.org. Not to men­tion, be a part of the Move­ment!

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