This week we’ve got a Monday edition of 8 Tracks (just because we felt like it), and these are some insanely great songs. Lots of different genres, something for everyone, so give ’em a listen and enjoy!
SWiiMS – “Let You Down”
Shoegazey, dreamy, with and indie rock twist – if you like Silversun Pickups or similar bands, you’ll definitely want to check out Swiims – this is a Canadian band to watch out for!
Denny – “Bloom”
Droning guitars, catchy verses and chorus, plus a cool video to boot – check out the latest from Denny.
Soul Honey Records – “Sugar Melting In The Rain”
Here’s a fun, surfy track from Soul Honey Records, with a great guitar solo about a minute in. Check it out!
Age Race Gender – “One Sided”
Yet again, a song had me chair-dancing immediately – and that means I have to share it. Have a listen to the latest song from US-based Age Race Gender!
Hot Jam Factory – “Here”
This one is a little mellower than our usual 8 Tracks entries, but I know we have some readers who will really dig it – it’s a little Andy Shauf, a little Dylan. Have a listen!
Super Cassette – “Be Gay, Do Drugs, Hail Satan”
The name says it all. A catchy indie track for “a generation of kids with no regard for the puritan ideals of their parents.” Sounds about right.
Crystal Cities – “Don’t Speak Too Soon”
Here’s an energetic new song from Crystal Cities to satisfy all of your pop-rock needs.
The Paper Kites – For All You Give (featuring Lucy Rose)
I’m a sucker for vocals like this – great male-female harmonies, a simple song to let the vocals be the star of the whole thing. A lovely way to end off this week’s 8 Tracks. Enjoy.