The Strictly Playlist #2: 01/08/2011
This week Indie is taking over the Strictly Playlist, by Future Dust, And Future Rust indie columnist Simone.
This play list is perfect for those we crave themselves within the NME and Festival Republic stage during their stay at either Reading or Leeds Festival.
Catch the Spotify playlist here: or if you prefer click each title for YouTube links for the music video’s or of course we are that nice you, we have it on the side of this post.
The Kills - Future Starts Slow
One of the greatest Kills songs to date, Jamie’s bass-line is over the ears, wet your lips and say scream amazing.
The Naked And Famous - Punching In A Dream
I was quite a late developer when it came to The Naked And Famous, for months I blanked them. I heard ‘Punching In A Dream‘ and fall uncontrollable in love with them. Passive in Aggressive You is worth a listen.
The Vaccines - Family Friend
Sees the fast guitar action packed fast, calm it down with the sudden almost off beat-ish song.
Yuck - Get Away
One of the better songs on the debut record oozes lazy lo-fi grunge. Perfect for a lazy summers day.
Friendly Fires - Paris
I love this song, more then I should. ‘Paris’ makes me all warm and giddy inside filled with tiny air bubbles of charmed loved.
Chapel Club - Five Trees
I don’t think Chapel Club get enough love as which they should do. The debut record Palace is a mastermind of quirk. ‘Five Trees’ is just this.
Warpaint - Warpaint
I love the Warpaint girls. ’Warpaint’ is such a dreamy lazy hum de dom record. Magical. One of those songs you can listen to over and over again without getting bored. Five minutes of magic.
Tribes - We Were Children
One of 2011′s brightest hopefuls to lead the guitar debut into brilliance. ’We Were Children‘ is the lead song from the same titled EP. Honest meets London guitar.
Mona - Shooting The Moon
I love the aggressive in ’Shooting The Moon‘ from the Kings Of Leon ’brothers’.’ What is not to love? A man shouting over hard drums beats and filthy guitars.
Viva Brother - Darling Buds Of May
The band, everyone seems to have an opinion on wherever bad, good or I don’t really give a finger.‘Darling Buds Of May‘ is as catchy as an European rush.
Peter Doherty - Last Of The English Rose
One of the greatest songs that hangs slightly over heavy music collection. One of Peters finest songs.
The Horrors - Still Life
The Horrors lead single from third record Skying and it’s a good’un.
Again if you missed it earlier you can listen to this week’s playlist in its entirety on Spotify: Strictly RandL