arcade on fire

anonymous asked:

word- adventurous

budding trees - nahko & medicine for the people
twenty somethings - judah & the lion
road regrets - dan mangan
into the wild - lp
drive all night - needtobreathe
better days - edward sharpe & the magnetic zeros
ends of the earth - lord huron
wake up - arcade fire

inbox me a word, feeling, or scenario and ill make you a playlist

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the signs as indie bands

Aries: Arctic Monkeys
Taurus: Interpol
Gemini: Beach House
Cancer: The National
Leo: Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Virgo: Deerhunter
Libra: Grizzly Bear
Scorpio: Arcade Fire
Sagittarius: Animal Collective
Capricorn: Tame Impala
Aquarius: MGMT
Pisces: Wild Nothing

Some songs to make a perfect playlist 👇

Fluorescent adolescent- Arctic monkeys
Machu picchu- The strokes
The sound- The 1975
Sweater weather- The neighbourhood
Kathleen- Catfish and the bottlemen
Best friend- Foster the people
Runaways- The Killers
Westside- The kooks
Time to pretend- MGMT
Take me out- Franz Ferdinand
Fever- The black keys
Things we lost in the fire- Bastille
Live this nightmare- The griswolds
Sun- Two door cinema club
Reflektor- Arcade fire
Distant past- Everything everything
Unbelievers- Vampire weekend
Inhaler- Foals
Emoticons- The wombats
Satellites- Mew
What a pleasure- Beach fossils
If I ever feel better- Phoenix
Aviation- The last shadow puppets
Trouble- Cage the elephant
Do I wanna know- Arctic monkeys
Islands- The xx
Joy ride- The killers
You- The 1975
Girls like you- The naked & famous
Howlin’ for you- The black keys
26- Catfish and the bottlemen
High enough to carry over- CHVRCHES
Naive- The kooks
Alien days- MGMT
Evil eye- Franz Ferdinand
Oblivion- Bastille
Horchata- Vampire weekend
Someday- The strokes
Awkward- San cisco
Prey- The neighbourhood
Greek tragedy- The wombats
Something good can work- Two door cinema club
Trojans- Atlas genius
Everything is everything- Phoenix

You can listen and follow this playlist here: https://open.spotify.com/user/indiebandss/playlist/43yjucs02L8IJOzVBzp4IV
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i think i love you (playlist)

wake me up - ed sheeran
trouble - Halsey
she way out - the 1975
tear in my heart - twenty one pilots
i wanna be yours - arctic monkeys
stomach tied in knots - sleeping with sirens
good grief - bastille
talk is cheap - chet faker
the suburbs - arcade fire
peach - the front bottoms
in your arms - chef'special
flawless - the neighbourhood

Chill out indie playlist 😌😌

505- Arctic monkeys
Life is simple in the moonlight- The strokes
Chocolate- The 1975
Face it- Beach fossils
Tyrants- Catfish and the bottlemen
Coming of age- Foster the people
Read my mind- The killers
Got no love- The kooks
Thread the needle- The griswolds
Kids- MGMT
Stand on the horizon- Franz Ferdinand
Afterlife- Arcade fire
Weight of love- The black keys
Flaws- Bastille
Hold back the river- James Bay
Anna sun- Walk the moon
Undercover Martyn- Two door cinema club
Step- Vampire weekend
Spanish sahara- Foals
My love- Circa waves
Isabel- The wombats
Miracle aligner- The last shadow puppets
Tides- The xx
Clearest blue- CHVRCHES
About you- San cisco
Ace in the hole- Saint motel
Slow life- Of monsters and men
Single- The neighbourhood
Waves -Sundara karma
A rush of blood- Coasts

You can follow this playlist here: https://open.spotify.com/user/indiebandss/playlist/654qQhLZI1cTShxFXCCbQr
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Academy head insists the Grammys don’t have a race problem like the Oscars. He’s wrong.

To the ears of so many fans, artists and writers, hearing Faith Hill call Adele back onstage to receive the Grammy for album of the year over Beyoncé’s Lemonade, was a death rattle: the sound of the Grammyscredibility choking on its last sip of split pea soup before the life support machines kicked in.

“If we have any respect for albums, Lemonade is the album of the year,” wrote Win Butler of Arcade Fire, a former album of the year winner. Even Adele found it unsettling, asking “What the fuck does [Beyoncé] have to do to win album of the year?” at her post-Grammys Q&A.

In trying to explain the decision, racism was one of the first places many artists and writers turned to. “There have only been two black winners in the last 20 years for album of the year there have been over 200 black artist who have performed,” Solange wrote, pointing out a very telling balance of power in the way the Grammys appreciate treat black artists in since-deleted tweet

However, Neil Portnow, president of the Recording Academy, sees no issue here. He rejected the notion that the Grammys have a race problem in an interview with Pitchfork, published Tuesday. “No, I don’t think there’s a race problem at all,” he said, citing Chance the Rapper’s best new artist win as evidence.

Portnow too is incorrect: The Grammys do have an issue recognizing talent of color. They have for years, and unless steps are taken, there’s no reason to believe their voting will get any more representative. Read more (Opinion)

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