Sweetbob’s Hipster Music Playlist: January 2014

funny-hipster-guy-stereotype-suitI want to kick 2014’s ‘Hipster Music Playlist’ off right. I decided to super-size this month’s playlist (again) with 15 songs. January is usually a difficult month to find good, new music, but I didn’t have much trouble this year. Included in this month’s playlist is an hilarious video by FIDLAR that features Nick Offerman (aka Ron Swanson).

I always keep an ear out for new music. I love discovering new bands/songs, it’s a habit from my days as a music journalist. Even though this is mostly a sports blog, I still add quite a bit of music and pop culture content.

I have been called a hipster on more than one occasion. I like indie music more than any other genre of music. Don’t get me wrong, I can rock out to Richard Marx or Ace of Base (depending on the amount of alcohol in my system).

Here are 15 new indie songs I’m currently listening to. All of the songs are fresh and most have only been released within the last two months.

Your ears will thank you for listening!

Grey Gordon – “500 Miles”

Night Riots – “Remedy”

Opus Orange – “Balance”

Painted Palms – “Forever”

FIDLAR – “Cocaine”

Eliza And The Bear – “It Gets Cold”

We Are Twin – “The Way We Touch”

Said The Whale – “Mother”

Fitness Club Fiasco – “Goldmine”

COIN – “Time Machine”

Death By Robot – “Blue Skies”

Feng Li – “Fairytale of My Life”

How To Loot Brazil- “Flamingo Vortex”

Radical Face – “From The Mouth Of An Injured Head”

If you want to listen to songs that appeared on past playlists, you can listen to our playlist on Spotify or go here to view our past hipster playlists.

 

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sweetbob-author-picAbout the Author…

Bobby Roberts (otherwise known as Sweetbob) is the creator of ‘America’s White Boy’ and contributor at Project Shanks. His writing has been featured on ESPN’s ‘SportsNation’, Sports Illustrated’s Hot ClicksGuyspeed, and various other sites. You can follow him on Twitter at @Sweetbob.

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