When Natalie Portman’s character Sam delivered Zach Braff’s Andrew that memorable line to the Shins’ song “New Slang” in the 2004 film “Garden State,” she perfectly captured a powerful feeling all music lovers feel. at one time or another. (“You gotta hear this song – it’s gonna change your life, I swear,” was Sam’s instantly quotable dialogue, in case you somehow forgot.) Of course, all music lovers have their own particular tastes too, but it wouldn’t be at all a surprise if “Garden State” fans have a certain fondness for the amorphous genre known as indie rock; after all, the film’s soundtrack, which won Braff a Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack for a Motion Picture, lived up to his indie ears. Countless indie bands have undoubtedly changed countless lives over the years, but we can’t name them all, so on the following list we recommend 10 of our all-time favourites. And yes, two of them just happen to appear on the soundtrack to Braff’s latest film, “Wish I Were Here,” which hits select theaters July 18.