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Posts Tagged ‘indie’

Jo Potter: “Saved” – sultry-to-soaring vocals

Jo Potter picked up the musical bug at the age of three and has since become a critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, award-winning flautist as well as a hack guitar and piano player. She has performed at many major events ar...


Spectacle: “My Medication” a fully formed and utterly indelible sound

Spectacle is a new band from Los Angeles on CSG Music, consisting of independent filmmaker, Spencer Grant Brod (vocals), Murv Douglas (bass) of “PowerMan 5000”, “Lords of Acid” and “Voodoo Kung Fu&...



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Danny Baxley: ‘Love Sex Alcohol’ – attitude and energy

Danny Baxley’s art balances punk primitivism and smart alternative rock craft, and avant-gardists will frequently be drawn to his unique fervor. You really need to listen to his soon to be released ‘Love Sex Alcohol’ as a...



Shutterwax: ‘Disappointment’ turns up the artistic liberties

I first encountered the music  of Shutterwax during 2014 with their album ‘Dig Me A Well’, and then had the pleasure of reviewing their EP “Hurricane in 2016. On both occasions I was blown away, especially when consideri...


Low Saturation: “Dust” is bold and adventurous

Low Saturation is an electronic alternative rock band from St. Petersburg, Russia. The band consists of Dmitry Promohov (Composer, Lyrics) and Sergei Ustinov (Vocals). The project has recently released its double sided single e...



Trae Byrnes: “Why You So LOUD” – a mixtape that harnesses the power of this band

If you like loud, challenging, genre defying bands, Trae Byrnes is right for you. The music is diverse while staying on the indie and alternative rock side – highly inventive and thrill-inducing. Trae Byrnes has all the p...


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MiXE1: “Don’t Break Apart” – a stepping stone towards a new direction

MiXE1 is a three-piece electro-rock band from Hertfordshire, England. Formed in 2010, the current lineup features Mike Evans on vocals, Lee Towson on guitar and Lee O’Brien on drums, with each member each providing synth work...


Collaborateurs: “Marshall Sessions” – ambitious, absorbing, and at times, even blissful!

I’m in love with this album. “Marshall Sessions” (as in Marshall, NC) is filled with beautiful melodic themes, sweeping lush choruses, and one of the smartest rhythm sections I’ve ever heard in a little ...



Christina Rubio: “Godspeed and Guns” – cinematic in its approach

Christina Rubio hails from Brooklyn NY. Her mother, an Irish Catholic and her father, an Italian-immigrant, Christina was raised with her 7 siblings. Realizing her passion for music in her late teens, she began playing within ...


Arda & the Stolen Moon: “Minutes Into Years” – goes beyond all expectations

The Stolen Moon is the vehicle that showcases the talents of Armenian Cypriot singer-songwriter Arda G. When listening to the newest offering, entitled, “Minutes Into Years” from this little indie folksinger, you’ll find...