Category: Indie

The Horde and the Harem – Fairweather Friends

The Horde and the Harem – Fairweather Friends

For fans of: The Musgraves, The Lumineers, Mumford & Sons Indie folk-pop darlings The Horde and the Harem are back and better than ever with their brand-new EP, “Fairweather Friends!” The album features six uplifting tracks that will bring out your whimsical side with their peppy, yet sophisticated sound that will have you dreamily floating along in no time. The [...]

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Seven – Lost In The Deep Sounds Of Space

Seven – Lost In The Deep Sounds Of Space

For fans of: Palma Violets, Jaguar Ma, Sultan Bathery. We’re feeling particularly spacey on this dreadful Monday, so what better way to come down from the weekend than with the trippy, intergalactic sounds of Seven’s new EP, “Lost In The Deep Sounds Of Space?!” The French quartet’s album comes a little under a year after their first stellar EP, “Beware!,” [...]

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Mouth Reader – Mouth Reader

Mouth Reader – Mouth Reader

Looking for some hard, fast, fuzzy garage rock? Look no further, because Mouth Reader is here, and they’re ready to jam! The band recently released their stellar self-titled debut album, showing listeners how reverb-heavy surf is meant to be done. The album kicks off with “Inside You,” a track that brings a near impossible amount of energy, and certainly starts [...]

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Forests – No Fun

Forests – No Fun

They say never to judge a book (or in this case, album,) buy it’s cover…but Forests may be one of the few exceptions to the rule. The beautiful chaos displayed on the Taiwan-based trio’s new album, “No Fun,” describes the band’s sound to a tee. Kicking off with “Death Mask,” Forests counts down to a blend of low-fi and surf [...]

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Lemonbait – Lemonbait EP

Lemonbait – Lemonbait EP

For fans of: Nirvana, Pixies, Breeders. Pop quiz time! What do you get when you mix citrus, Pixies, and early White Stripes? If you said Lemonbait, you’d be right! The teenage alt-rockers released their EP back in October, and we’re kicking ourselves for just finding it now! The album kicks off with “Shiver,” a Bleach-era Nirvana-sounding track with the vocals [...]

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Zoo Brother – Gemini Girl EP

Zoo Brother – Gemini Girl EP

For fans of: Neon Indian, Panda Bear, Beach House. Zoo Brother is back with their sophomore EP Gemini Girl.  The Chicago-based good-guys welcome summer with open arms in Gemini Girl, fully embracing a lighter, airier sound that will have you feeling breezy in no time. The album kicks off with Fourth of July, fireworks appropriately popping while Molly Ringwald delivers the infamous [...]

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Meticulous Women – Meticulous Women

Meticulous Women – Meticulous Women

Ugh. Women, hamiright? Especially the Meticulous ones…what a pain! Just kidding, Meticulous Women are rad, and they just released their debut self-titled album fo’ FREE! The album kicks off with the static-filled “Don’t Listen To Her,” which has enough reverb to make Palma Violets green with envy. Simplistic guitars twang aggressively over wailed lyrics, “Please don’t listen to her, please [...]

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Aqua Rhythm – Crazy

Aqua Rhythm – Crazy

For fans of: Palma Violets, Smith Westerns, The Orwells BandCamp discoveries are always difficult, and it’s rare that we find a group that is truly a cut above the rest. Something about them needs to stand out, needs to speak to us, and we are admittedly a pretty tough crowd. …That being said, meet Aqua Rhythm, the FANTASTIC fuzz-filled surf-rock [...]

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Interview: The Districts

Interview: The Districts

If you threw White Denim and My Morning Jacket into a blender, hit frappe, and sprinkled in a pinch of Band of Horses, what do you get? The answer is The Districts, the good ol’ fashioned rock ‘n’ roll band that has just released their album, “Telephone,” this past December. We had the chance to speak with the boys of [...]

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Haverford – “Spirit Bear” Review & Interview

Haverford – “Spirit Bear” Review & Interview

For fans of: Owen, Dousing, & State Lines Looking for something cool, calm, and collected? Look no further, because Haverford is here, and they’re ready to relax! The chill Long Island-based rockers have just self-released their album, “Spirit Bear,” a phenomenal record full of emotion and complex melodies. “Spirit Bear” starts off with the Iron & Wine-meets-Owen-sounding “Anxious,” a mellow [...]

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Hammock – Oblivion Hymns

Hammock – Oblivion Hymns

Soothing instrumental ambient soundscapes. Pretty audio wallpaper creates a laid-back and chill vibe. Warning: This is so chill that it may just put you to sleep. However, if that happens to be what you’re looking for then this is for you. Give it a listen: Download from iTunes Purchase on Amazon

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