Friday, June 10, 2016

Best of IRP May 2016

One of my favorite times of year is when there is a new edition of The Indie Rock Playlist. The usually massive collection of MP3s is an amazing set of sounds. The May 2016 edition features 96 songs, spanning over 5 hours of music. I finally finished it up and I picked 15 of my favorite tunes. Here they are, with their May 2016 IRP track number:

06 - Anteros - Breakfast
07 - Radiohead - Burn The Witch
09 - The Dandy Warhols - Catcher In The Rye
11 - Holy Fuck - Chimes Broken
12 - Bear Hands - Chin Ups
31 - Wild Belle - Giving Up On You
39 - The Wet Secrets - I Can Swing A Hammer
49 - Odd Beholder - Landscape Escape
50 - A Call at Nausicaa - Lapin
56 - Plants and Animals - No Worries Gonna Find Us
68 - Strangejuice - Setting Fire To Caravans
72 - Kongos - Take It From Me
78 - PJ Harvey - The Orange Monkey
89 - We Are Scientists - We Need a Word
95 - Goodnight Cody - Wonderful Dream

I've create a mix for it on Mixcloud, but I'll embed it here too. You can find my Mixcloud page here:

Vehement Flame Mixcloud

Enjoy!


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Streaming Radio

I'm playing with the idea of hosting an Internet streaming radio station and hope you will give it a listen while I figure it out:


Vehement Flame on Loudcity

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Jets Overhead


My favorite band from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Jets Overhead, has a new album out called Boredom and Joy and it is, as usual, a tasty blend of soft yet powerful indie rock. You can listen to it all on Bandcamp, or here even.

They also have a place where you can submit your own photos for their upcoming video for the song What You Really Want. Check out TellMeWhatYouReallyWant.com and submit your own photo.


Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Ladyhawke - Blue Eyes (Jacques Renault Remix)

Great remix of a top song from one of my favorite 2012 releases, Ladyhawke's Anxiety:


Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Top 5 Songs of Last 15 Years

I created a short Storify with the top 5 songs of the last 15 years according to NME.com. The actually list the top 150, to celebrate their 15th anniversary. Here's my story: