Official Opinions: The Best Songs You’ve Never Heard

I love sharing new music with people – I really do. In fact, I almost like giving more than receiving, because I really enjoy when I can open someone’s ears to a great artist they’ve never heard of before. In the spirit of sharing new music, I’m going to share a playlist of 25 of my lesser known favorites! These bands and artists are all great and you should check them out when you get a chance! Click the “continue reading” link to see the list!

-Derek, Marketing Intern

  1. Working Poor – Horse Feathers (Folk/Folk-rock)
  2. Carolina – Jason Harrod (Folk/Folk-rock)
  3. Compass Point – Lowen & Navarro (Folk)
  4. The Great Defector – Bell X1 (New Wave/Indie Rock)
  5. Shine – Frisbie (Indie Rock)
  6. The Lost Complaint – The Damnwells (Indie/Alternative Rock)
  7. Whoa oh oh oh oh – The Ascetic Junkies (Indie/Folk)
  8. I Am Warm & Powerful – Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin (Indie Rock)
  9. Lightning Blue Eyes – The Secret Machines (Alternative/Space Rock)
  10. Time of Our Lives – Paul Van Dyk (Electronica/Techno)
  11. Lazarus – Porcupine Tree (Progressive Rock)
  12. The Book of Love – The Magnetic Fields (Synth pop/Indie pop)
  13. Inside Out – The Mighty Lemon Drops (Post-punk/New Wave)
  14. Obscurity Knocks – The Trashcan Sinatras (Indie Pop/Brit Pop)
  15. I Am Not The Only Cowboy – Josh Joplin Group (Alternative Rock)
  16. Dance With Me – Crete (Rock/Blues Rock)
  17. Fables – The Dodos (Indie/Folk)
  18. Very Best Years – The Grays (Alternative Rock)
  19. Playboy in Outerspace – Dada (Alternative Rock)
  20. Game of Pricks – Guided by Voices (Indie Rock/Lo-fi)
  21. In The Summer’s When You Really Know – Jets to Brazil (Indie Rock)
  22. Two Headed Boy – Neutral Milk Hotel (Indie Rock/Lo-fi)
  23. Suitcase Blues – Triumph (Progressive Rock/Blues)
  24. Senses Working Overtime – XTC (New Wave)
  25. Portions for Foxes – Rilo Kiley (Indie Rock)

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