P is for Passion Pit.
Cheerful, squeaky, falsetto-driven dance party music.
O is for Ola Podrida.
Cinematic folk-rock from composer David Wingo.
N is for Nada Surf.
Chill alt-rock from New York.
M is for Mew.
Carefully crafted Danish prog-rock with near-falsetto vocals.
L is for LCD Soundsystem.
Repetitive, post-apocalyptic dance music.
K is for The Knife.
Swedish brother/sister duo crafting dark, electronic, haunted house music.
J is for Joanna Newsom.
Victorian harp-based folkprog.
I is for Interpol.
NYC-based rock with heavy rhythm and occasional forays into the darkness.
H is for Hercules & Love Affair.
Neo-disco dance party anchored by Antony.
G is for Girl Talk. G is also for Gregg Gillis, the man behind the moniker.
Mash-up DJ of the finest caliber, floating pop, rock, indie, R&B, and disco beats underneath rap from all eras.
F is for Feist.
Ultra-catchy Canadian singer-songwriter. Occasional member of Broken Social Scene.
E is for Editors.
Straight-ahead English rock with Interpol-esque vocals.
D is for Department of Eagles.
Delicate folk-leaning indie rock side-project of Grizzly Bear’s Daniel Rossen.
Also, how insane is that music video? Answer: Pretty insane. Love it.
Bands I like. In alphabetical order.
Because I feel like it.
Snoop Dogg and Sea Lionn hung out at San Diego...
You will buy me this Darth Vader kitchen...
Way into pronomade(s) by Thomas Couderc.
Department of Eagles - While We’re Young
Panda Bear - Slow Motion