Polish Girl – Neon Indian

Hello everyone, I am returning from my sabbatical of work, work, and more work to share with you a song that has been in my head for an entire week.   This song comes to you from the band Neon Indian, out of Denton, Texas.  These guys almost epitomize the genre of “Chillwave”  To quote Wikipedia directly, “Chillwave, sometimes also referred to as Glo-Fi, is a genre of music where artists are often characterized by their heavy use of  effects processing, synthesizers, looping, sampling, and heavily filtered vocals with simple melodic lines.” You’ll get it when you listen to the track. These guys are similar to one of my other favorite bands, Crystal Castles.  As my brother describes this genre of music as “glorified 8-bit”  it tends to sound like you are listening to some good electronic music while your little brother plays his NES at full volume in the next room.   Give this one a listen, it’s pretty catchy and has been ringing through my head for the last week.


“Polish Girl” by Neon Indian


About Lone Scientists

The Lone Scientists are two college students from the great city of Minneapolis, Ross Rollin and Chris Madsen, who realized their passion for music and wanted to share it with others who enjoy discovering new music, listening to the classics, and those who just love music in general. We designed this blog to give an insight to our musical tastes. We will feature tracks, artists, and albums of all genres. The Lone Scientists welcome and encourage music requests, comments and feedback to make this blog as interactive as possible. Enjoy! View all posts by Lone Scientists

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