Indie Landscapes

Indie Landscapes – September 2, 2017

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Featuring new music from animator/producer/multi-instrumentalist Chad VanGaalen with a track off his 6th studio album Light Information. Listen to a track from the free-jazz motorik krautrock outfit Crown Larks with a song off their new album Population. Back from hiatus is Brooklyn’s LCD Soundsystem featuring a track off their newly given album American Dream. Familiarize your musical palette with James Righton a.k.a Shock Machine with a track off his debut self-titled LP. Check out the newly formed group The Surfing Magazines signed to Moshi Moshi Records who offer their debut self-titled LP. Ending the segment with the gracious song-writing from Philadelphia’s band The War On Drugs with a track off the new album A Deeper Understanding.


Chad VanGaalenMind Hijackers CurseLight InformationSub Pop Records
Crown LarksHowlsPopulationAlready Dead Tapes/Satellite Records
LCD SoundsystemI Used ToAmerican DreamColumbia Records/DFA
Shock MachineFirst Of MayShock MachineMarathon Artists Limited
The Surfing MagazinesYou Could Never Come To Me Too SoonThe Surfing MagazinesMoshi Moshi Records
The War On DrugsPainA Deeper UnderstandingAtlantic Records
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