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The Mono Organisation – Indie-Pop Mixtape #1
April 25, 2009, 1:16 am
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How Does It Feel To Be Loved – Indie-clubbers having fun – from 2002 onwards hundreds of great photos here.

how does it feel to be loved - exterior


One of the best recent indie-pop compilations is available here.



how does it feel to be loved dancing

Here is a taster track  from the kids at the club  – its I’m from Barcelona  doing “We’re from Barcelona”





The first Mono Organisation indie-pop (old vs. new –  twee vs. c86 vs. jangly) mixtape  is now up –  its music for pleasure (mfp) to put into your portable cassette player






Listen here (Mixcloud)

Mixtape tracklisting


quentin crisp – stop the music for a minute (from pillows and prayers on cherry red 1982)

white town- hair like alain delon (on spimart records 1992)

the field mice – emmas house (on sarah records 1988)

rocketship  – hey hey girl (1994)

brighter – I dont think it matters (on sarah records 1989)

action painting – these things happen  (on sarah records 1989)

belle and sebastian – legal man

benni hem hem – beginning end (from self-titled lp)

blink – happy day (from map of the universe)

bill murray – more than this (from lost in translation)

east village – vibrato

telemetry orchestra – hazy electric

the sundays – heres where the story ends (acoustic)

the klaxons – golden skans (acoustic)

serenaide – the girl from katong

flaming lips – race for the prize (demo)

the june brides – sunday to saturday  

voxtrot – the start of something (from the kids at the club on how does it feel to be loved)

the loft – why does it rain

the triffids – beautiful waste














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