alt-rock-playlist

YOUNG ALT ROCK

1. Salute Your Solution by The Raconteurs

2. Changing by The Airborne Toxic Event

3. Last Nite by The Strokes

4. Trojans by Atlas Genius

5. Reflektor by Arcade Fire

6. Uncertainty by Jagwar Ma

7. Aberdeen by Cage The Elephant

8. Classic (Feat. Powers) by The Knocks

9. Alive Tonight by Grace Potter

10. Tear In My Heart by Twenty One Pilots

11. Tightrope by Walk the Moon

12. The King And All Of His Men by Wolf Gang

13. Take Me Out by Franz Ferdinand

14. Punching In A Dream by The Naked And Famous

15. Uma Thurman by Fall Out Boy

16.Icky Thump by The White Stripes

17. Evil Friends by Portugal. The Man

18. Little Talks by Of Monsters And Men

19. Youth Without Youth by Metric

20. The Fallen by Franz Ferdinand

21. Howlin’ For You by The Black Keys

22. The Reeling by Passion Pit

23. Get It Daddy by Sleeper Agent

24. Cheated Hearts by Yeah Yeah Yeahs

25. Hold On by Alabama Shakes

26. Take It As It Comes by J. Roddy Walston & The Business

27. Headlights by Morning Parade

28. “45” by The Gaslight Anthem

29. Under Cover Of Darkness by The Strokes

30. What You Know by Two Door Cinema Club

31. Man I Need by Jagwar Ma

32. Forgive & Forget by The Kooks

33. Henrietta by The Fratellis

34. I Was A Teenage Anarchist by Against Me!

35. Sixteen Saltines by Jack White

36. Shut Up And Dance by Walk the Moon

37. All Over by CRUISR

38. Taken For A Fool by The Strokes

39.Helicopter by Bloc Party

40. High Ball Stepper by Jack White

41. My Body by Young The Giant

42. Sail by AWOLNATION

43. Level by The Raconteurs

44. Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked by Cage The Elephant

45. Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves) by The Wombats

46. Little Secrets by Passion Pit

47. Tongue Tied by Grouplove

48. All This Wandering Around by Ivan & Alyosha

49. We Are Young (Feat. Janelle Mon e) by fun.

50. Lonely Town by Brandon Flowers

51. Gold Lion by Yeah Yeah Yeahs

52. Red Hands by Walk Off The Earth

53. Young Blood by The Naked And Famous

54. Hot Tonight by Tokyo Police Club

55. Lonely Boy by The Black Keys

56. It’s Time by Imagine Dragons

57. Lane Boy by Twenty One Pilots

58. Everybody Talks by Neon Trees

59. Weekend by Priory

60. Gotta Get Away by The Black Keys

61. Shake Me Down by Cage The Elephant

62. Some Nights by fun.

63. Black & Blue by Miike Snow

64. Helena Beat by Foster The People

65. Entertainment by Phoenix

66. Purple Yellow Red And Blue by Portugal. The Man

67. Heads Will Roll by Yeah Yeah Yeahs

68. Take A Walk by Passion Pit

69.The Wire by HAIM

70. Everybody Knows by Jukebox The Ghost

71. Too Close by Alex Clare

72. Asleep At The Wheel by Band Of Skulls

73. Normal Person by Arcade Fire

74. 1983 by Neon Trees

75. Love Runs Out by OneRepublic

76. 1901 by Phoenix

77. Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes

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3 Great Albums of 2015 (so far)

There are so many artists and so many albums to listen to. And while there have been many great releases this year, here are three albums that have really sunk in with me. One of them has had more time to, while the two others have just been released and have already impressed me.

1) “I Love You, Honeybear” - Father John Misty

Awesome album with very passionate vocals and superb instrumentation. The Fleet Foxes drummer shows immense depth as a musician and has really sold me on his 2015 record. Thus far, it is my favorite album of the year.

2) “Currents” - Tame Impala (2015)

Yes, this one JUST came out, but after just one listen, Kevin Parker has amazed me. While I still prefer 2012’s “Lonerism” in their discography, the new album has a lot of new sounds, featuring more synths than in previous records. This one is very worth exploring.

3) “Magnifique” - Ratatat (2015)

Hey! This album also JUST came out, and like the Tame Impala record, it has really struck a chord with me. I’m a huge Ratatat fan, and after waiting years and years for a new album, this new record is certainly a solid addition to the duo’s discography. The track “Cream On Chrome” is a superb song and the album as a whole is one of high quality. Check it out.

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Big Wreck “Knee Deep”

Possibly my favourite Canadian songwriter, Ian Thornley and his bands Big Wreck and later Thornley kind of flew under the radar in terms of airplay and commercial success (for me). It fascinates me what kind of dominoes have to fall into place to determine which acts ‘make it’, and which ones are forever stuck playing at venues like the Croatian Cultural Centre.

— Reg

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