Tag Archives: indie music

November 14

Coming Back To The Sound…

It’s been over a year since we’ve posted here…. as you know, life gets busy and past times and hobbies tend to suffer. I have come across many, many amazing artists, I just have not had the time to write leisurely about any of it. I am hoping that I can at LEAST post a […]

June 27

Cigarettes After Sex: “Apocalypse”

  In search of a perfect moody song? Look no further than the cinematic “Apocalypse”, the newly released single off of Cigarettes After Sex’s upcoming self-titled LP. The Brooklyn-based band’s full length album is a long time coming, but if “Apocalypse” is any indication, it’s been worth the wait. Cigarettes After Sex transports you somewhere […]

March 22

Laucan: Up Tomorrow

  In search of the next psychedelic-folk track and EP to add to your playlist? Look no further than London singer-songwriter Laucan (pronounced lor-can) who delivers a stunning soundscape with “Up Tomorrow,” the title track of his debut EP of the same name. Laucan’s lead single “Up Tomorrow” is both escapist and immersive, a velvet-soft […]

March 21

WOMPS: DARLING

  Looking for a perfect genre-bending track to mix into your next playlist? WOMPS has exactly what you’re looking for. A little of bit pop and a little bit of punk blend together in “Darling”, the single off of the Scottish band’s debut LP, “Our Fertile Forever”. It’s at once synth-heavy and yet easily would […]

February 21

Dead Seem Old: This Mess Won’t Make Itself

  London based project, Dead Seem Old, released a new track, “This Mess Won’t Make Itself,” which is accompanied by a beautifully evocative animated video. Produced, mixed, and engineered by Javier Weyler and directed by Joseph Blanc, the video explores the cryptic nature of the human condition and delves deep into the fearful resistance to […]

February 16

Dutch Uncles: Streetlight

  It’s not often that you find a song that makes you want to groove and also think deeply about the song’s message. With “Streetlight”, Manchester natives Dutch Uncles manage to do exactly that. With four studio albums already under their belt, Dutch Uncles are hardly newcomers to the industry. Yet their single “Streetlight” from […]

February 14

1 2 Watch 4: Cobi: Prophet Story

  A newcomer to the popular music spotlight, but no stranger to the art form is Minnesota native, Cobi. With his guitar in hand and the vocals of a rugged angel, Cobi received nationwide attention with the release of his May 2016 single, “Don’t You Cry For Me”, which he recently delivered a stunning performance […]

February 01

J. Marco: Long Way Down

  Massachusetts native turned Nashville rockstar is singer-songwriter, J. Marco. With tempos and instrumentals that hail from punk-rock, and hooks reminiscent of a heavy hitting pop song, there is something for everyone in his recent single, “Long Way Down” off of his debut album, Myth. The feel of classic rock sets the scene for the […]

January 23

Olivia Millerschin: Long Weekend ft. Michael Grubbs

  In search of the next indie-pop track to add to your “Everything’s Going To Be OK” playlist? Look no further than Detriot singer-songwriter Olivia Millerschin’s emotion-filled creation, “Long Weekend ft. Michael Grubbs” from her most recent album, Look Both Ways. Olivia’s music carries an aura of simplicity that floats softly into your head and […]

January 21

Norty:We Were Nearly There

  Perhaps the most innovative genre-bender to have graced the electronic music scene is Michigan producer and multi-instrumentalist, Norty. His sound is so unique that one couldn’t possibly place him under just one musical category. His resonant vocals seem to stem from indie rock, yet his beats and breaks could have been shaken down from […]