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. Electric Guest – This Head I Hold
Howard: Funky and not sorry, those in LA should know that Electric Guest is currently doing a Monday residency at The Echo all month. It’s free. Go.
02. Lancelot – Spoken Word
Reuel: Lancelot’s got a lot of support for his upcoming We Can Dance EP. You can’t go wrong (and you can’t feel bad) with such suave downtempo dancefloor disco.
03. Carly Simon – Why (L’Equipe du Son Rebuild)
Roddy: Great rebuild by Sweetest Drip fave, L’Equipe de Son!
04. Sebastien Faure – The Wave Of Love
Roddy: Smooth breaks and drops orchestrated at the right time. Part of the InDisco Vol. 1 by the Delight Club.
05. Kido Yoji – Call A Romance (Cosmonaut Grechko Version)
Howard: Cosmonaut Gretchko does a complete revision of Kido Yoji’s Call A Romance and it’s clean. Check out our feature on Kido Yoji here.
06. 2 Hearts And Chemicals – Coming Home (Miadis Remix)
Howard: Our favorite Texas act, Miadis come’s through with a new clean remix of 2 Hearts And Chemicals.
07. Bondax – All Inside
Reuel: Bondax is a pair of teenage producers from across the pond (Lancaster livin’) whose goal it seems, is to come out swingin’ like a true dancefloor gent.
08. Volta Cab – Sunshine
Roddy: Volta Cab has been putting out tracks like crazy lately and they all more or less sound as slick as this one!
09. Peggy Sue – Song & Dance
Howard: Interesting 3-piece Peggy Sue comes up slow and alt-frenetic.
10. Aaliyah – Rock the Boat (Shigeto Remix)
Reuel: Shigeto remixed Rock the Boat as a tribute to beatsmith J Dilla (whose birthday was last Tuesday), Sweetest Aaliyah, and all the highly influential artists/music coming out of Detroit.
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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