Amazing songs you never heard of

Some of the best songs I have heard in the last 1-2 years that most people never heard of. I wish these songs could get some radio play. Check them out on iTunes or youtube.

Let Me Go On – Seabird (alternative rock)
Big Coat – Wiretree (indie pop/rock)
Make Things Happen – Wiretree (alternative progressive)
Better Than Life – People In Planes (alternative progressive)
Jails Everywhere – Magnolia Sons (rock)
Sirens In the Deep Sea – Longwave (shoegazing)
The Devil and the Liar – Longwave (shoegazing)
Fallen – Death In The Park (indie rock)
Nailbiter – Damiera (alternative)
Even Though She Knows – Cold Hot Crash (alternative)
Work It Out – Capital Lights (powerpop)
Mile Away – Capital Lights (powerpop)
Frank Morris – Capital Lights (powerpop)
Save – Timmy Curran (singer/songwriter)
Slow – Timmy Curran (singer/songwriter)
Can You Feel It – Timmy Curran (singer/songwriter)
Sci-Fi Kid – Blitzen Trapper (indie rock)
Gold for Bread – Blitzen Trapper (indie folk rock)
Quiet Nights, Quiet Places – Malbec (electro-pop)
If Looks Could Kill – Music For Animals (pop-rock)
Robot High School – My Robot Friend (electro-rock)
Man Down – The New Frontiers (alternative)
The Keys – Dolorata (classic rock)
Shaky Like The Flu – Loquat (ambient rock)
Harder Hit – Loquat (ambient rock)
Bright Side – Rantings of Eva (alternative melodic rock)
Fracture – Rantings of Eva (alternative melodic rock)
Need – Dangermaker (pop-rock)
Sleep On It – TV/TV (Powerpop)

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josh wrote on April 20th, 2009 at 9:11 PM PST:

and almost any song from tullycraft from Every Scene Needs a Center and Disenchanted Hearts Unite.


Tony Muscarella wrote on April 21st, 2009 at 5:44 AM PST:

Try to hunt down a copy of Sparks’ masterpiece “Indiscreet” from 1975. It was 30 years ahead of its time. Two standout tracks from an album of standout tracks are “Hospitality on Parade” (which would not sound out of place on alternative radio today) and “Looks, Looks, Looks” which is a big band number with lyrics you just have to hear to believe. They’re a band that is still putting out interesting music today (also recommended, “Hello Young Lovers” and “‘Lil Beethoven”).


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Eugenia wrote on April 21st, 2009 at 12:21 PM PST:

Thanks guys. I checked both artists you suggested, I didn’t like them. I don’t like overly twisted stuff. If I can’t sing or murmur a song or a song’s riff in my shower, then it’s probably not for me. I enjoy very few songs that are unsingable.


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