Indie Playlist Monday: March 12, 2012

Indie Playlist Monday: March 12, 2012

Indie Playlist Mondays

Every week, we’ll share ten new tracks and videos that make us say yay!
Allow us to complement your growing indie playlist with some of the sweetest tunes.
We don’t rate with numbers because everything is cat-approved.


01. Moonlight Matters – Say A Lot


Roddy: Really diggin’ the build up on this one… and dat bass!


02. L-Vis 1990 – Tonight ft. Samanth Lim


Roddy: Young hearts be love free.


03. Young Montana – Twenty’93


Roddy: If you’re not instantly feeling it don’t panic, keep listening, because this a dope track. Trust.


04. Juan Soto – Listen


Roddy: Juan Soto is a talented artist that’s sort of Bufi’s P.I.C. The tracks title says it all: Listen.


05. Evan Voytas – You Don’t Even Know Where It’s At


Roddy: This is my favourite track from Voytas’ recently released Feel Me EP. If you don’t know about this ‘disco savant’ yet no worries, this track is classic Evan Voytas.


06. RxGibbs – Silver


Reuel: Something 2 chill uuu out wen things get stupid.

07. Evian Christ – Drip


Reuel: Another promising young artist from the UK with that ambient trap vibe a la Clams Casino. He’s got quite a clean playlist so far with the Kings and Them mixtape.


08. CAVES – Eleven Twenty

Reuel: Young CAVES comin’ thru with some of that soulful future pop. When You Were Partying, I Was Dying is a Sweetest-recommended EP.


09. Sister Crayon – Souls of Gold (Kneegauze Bootleg)


Reuel: This is quite the poppin’ bootleg, brought to us by Dwight Aims of Kneegauze (one of a few music outfits in which he’s currently involved).


10. Evy Jane – Sayso


Reuel: There’s definitely a welcomed R&B revival going on in Canada. Sayso goes down smooth.

We’ll be sure to keep your seat warm and the groove intact until next week’s indie playlist — Sweetest Drip got yer back.


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