Best New Indie

I'm glad that you had the sense to turn to BitCandy for all of your indie music discovery needs! Featuring Dog Orchestra, Terror Jr, Vulfpeck, Chairlift, Júníus Meyvant and plenty more, the following playlist is for mature audiences only.
For the next 30 minutes or so, I can promise you that there'll be no politics, drama or bullshit. As far as I'm concerned, this moment is all about you, me and the latest edition of Top Indie Songs. Simply turn down the volume on life and turn up the volume on the following music from Crystal Castles, Jamie T, GROUPLOVE and more.
It's 2016 and grown adults are playing Pokémon and listening to Blink-182. The late '90s revival is most definitely happening, and while I'm LOVING reliving my youth, I've managed to pull myself away from catching 'em all in my Macbeths this Monday morning to bring you the Best Indie Songs of Week 29. Here are the latest tracks from The Naked And Famous, LANY, BANKS, Cobi, Zipper Club and even more.
I'm not suggesting that open letters, statements or songs shared by Drake, Beyoncé or Jay Z are going to change the world overnight, but they nevertheless remind us of the importance and value of the music community in times of hardship and despair. On that note, here are some more sounds to help you heal this Monday from Crystal Castles, Courtney Barnett, Broods and others.
Put aside your not-so-patriotic playlists and instead treat your guests to some actual, like, cool music this Independence Day from Freedom Fry, St. Lucia, Sigur Rós, Wolf Alice, Two Door Cinema Club and more!
When I wasn't glued to the news last week (I feel you, Beca!), I was busy filtering the blogosphere in search of best indie songs. So when you're done trying to figure out what a “Brexit” is, check out the latest tracks from The Avett Brothers, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Temper Trap and more.
Music makes people feel better. And when we feel like better people, the world feels like a better place. Check out hantogram, MØ, Maggie Rogers, ABRA, Local Natives and the five other artists featured in this week's New Indie Music.
Did you attend Bonnaroo? Or did you stay at home and watch the live stream in your underpants like me? Featuring The Avalanches, Shura, Tom Odell, Glass Animals, Bishop Briggs and more, I'm sure that you'll agree that this was definitely worth tearing myself away from the LCD Soundsystem headline set for.

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