“Gum (Everybody’s My Friend)” by Oyster Kids.
Looking for a new playlist? Check out Indie Music Filter’s “Best Of March 2016” playlists below.
March is statistically such a great time for new music, as you can tell by the size of this months’ group. I had to trim a few from the list, but what’s left, is the cream of the crop from the blogs last month. Tons of new discoveries including Romes, WILDES, Rostam, Teleman plus new tracks from IMF faves Anna Of The North, M83, Oyster Kids, Still Parade and Great Good Fine OK.
I’m just listening to this new song from LA duo Oyster Kids and searching online for any more info/content/context on the band to include in this post. They still seem to be taking the mysterious approach, with very little online like an artist bio. I wonder at times how long a band can take that approach, don’t people want to know more about the bands behind the songs they love?
Well, one day we’ll know. Until then, take a listen to the single “Lips”, which follows their debut track “Creepy“. Their first single went on to collect over 160k plays on soundcloud, plus was recognized by Urban Outfitters in one of their mixtapes. We’ll see if “Lips” has the same legs, with it’s Goyte meets Foster The People groove.
October is always one of the best months for new music. Like previous years, instead of scrambling to find enough songs to round out a playlist, I was forced to cut a few songs that I featured this month on the blog, but just didn’t fit right on the playlist. The result though is a fantastic mix that I hope you enjoy. Whether you prefer to listen via Soundcloud, Rdio or Spotify, I’ve got some brand new tunes from RAC, Niki & The Dove, Phoria, Hot Chip and many more.