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Indie Roundup | 64 Tracks For An Animated Weekend
Muck & The Mires watch their love zoom away, Ghost Funk Orchestra get fuzzy with the logic, Ayla Brook & The Sound Men give you a lift, Alex Little & The Suspicious Minds are broken men and much, much more in another epic Friday Roundup. Some of today’s themes: Animation, ampersands, online breakups, heavy metal, seniors and (for some weird reason) child abuse. Hey, don’t blame me. I don’t make ’em; I just post ’em.
4 | Alex Little & The Suspicious Minds | Broken Bones
THE PRESS RELEASE: “Vancouver’s Alex Little & The Suspicious Minds share their new video and single Broken Bones. Alex Little says, “Broken Bones is a dark yet poppy adventure into the psyche of a serial killer, and the strange obsession we as a culture have with their behaviour. The video by Mat Dunlap perfectly captured our love for new wave and punk while still making something quite uniquely ours.” Broken Bones follows the band’s debut EP No Control, produced by Colin Stewart (Black Mountain, Destroyer). Known for their garage-pop songs that unflinchingly tackle drug addiction, mental health and heartbreak and yet, despite the heavy subject matter, the group’s soaring choruses and loud guitars mean that the mood is cathartic rather than heavy.”