18 February, 2015

When Indie goes EDM

Indie bands and acts generally make their names by their initial work, or in the case of Arctic Monkeys, their latest work. However, a lot of acts do like to dabble in other genres, normally exposing them to a whole new world of fans.

Below is a massive collection of when Indie bands went into EDM, featuring on other artists songs and generally odd collaborations. Enjoy


New Ivory on Felix Caartel's track "Higher"


Kele Okereke of Bloc Party on The Chemical Brothers' "Believe"




Haim on Calvin Harris' "Pray To God"



Morning Parade on Goldfish's "Washing Over Me"



London Grammar on Disclosure's "Help Me Lose My Mind"



Edward Macfarlane of Friendly Fires on Disclosure's "Defeated No More"



Passion Pit on Madeon's "Pay No Mind"



Kele Okereke on Matrin Solvieg's "Ready 2 Go" 



Kele Okereke on RAC's "Let It Go"



Tokyo Police Club on RAC's "Tourist"



Warpaint on SBTRKT's "War Drums"



Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend on SBTRKT's "New Dorp. New York"