Indie Darling

Thursday, September 21, 2006

The Sugarcubes - Hit

I remember the first time I saw this video and fell in love with Bjork. I asked my grandmother to buy me the tape and we listened to it on the tape deck in her big cadilac.

I asked her what she thought and she looked at me with a confused smile. "It's cute, I don't know if it's music, but it's cute."

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Mew - Interviews and Live Performance

Check out an interview and live performance from Mew over at The Interface.

I just picked up Mew's newest album And the Glass Handed Kites. It's amazing! Run now and pick it up!!

Monday, August 28, 2006

Wolf Parade - I'll Believe in Anything

Everything I hear from this Montreal band makes me love them more and now they present a wonderful video with powdered whigs and dueling!

Check it out HERE.

Monday, August 21, 2006

New KIllers video!! + a Morrissey cover!

My friend Cory G. had this posted and I can't wait for the new album so I thought I would steal it.

Then You Tube led me to this little gem:

Morrissey covered by the Killers. No one can beat that!

The Becoming "I Cry"

The Becoming may look a little more goth than you can handle, but check out there new track "I Cry" over at their Myspace. The mix of keys, deep vocals, and great melodies make it a killer tune.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Hurra torpedo - Total Eclipse of the Heart

I know, I never post on here, but this will make up for it. Hurra Torpedo is a Norwegian kitchen-appliance band and this song rocks!

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Paul Anka - Rock Swings

I grabbed a few songs off of Paul Anka's Rock Swing, where he covers some great rock songs in the swing style.

Here they are:


Smells Like Teen Spirit

Black Hole Sun

Monday, May 15, 2006

Cool Covers (Postal Service, Nick Cave, Bjork)

Over at the Live Journal community Audiography they are posting all covers this week. I grabbed a couple of the coolest and thought I would pass them on.

Against All Odds by Postal Service (originaly by Phil Collins)

Disco 2000 by Nick Cave (originally by Pulp)

You Only Live Twice by Bjork (originally by Nancy Sinatra)