indie Rock

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Stream Brian Fallon’s New Song “21 Days”

By: Staff – Brian Fallon has released his new single “21 Days”, which you can stream below. The track heralds Fallon’s eagerly awaited new album, Local Honey, due out March 27th via his own Lesser Known Records/Thirty Tigers. Local Honey is available for pre-order now, with all pre-orders joined by instant grat downloads of “21 Days” … Continue reading

Best Coast Announces New Album “Always Tomorrow” + Share New Video for “Everything Has Changed”

By: Staff – Best Coast will release their fourth studio album, Always Tomorrow, on February 21, 2020 via Concord Records. Always Tomorrow, produced by Carlos de la Garza with additional production by Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Paramore, M83), is the band’s first album of new studio material since their 2015 record California Nights. The band has also released a new video for album cut “Everything … Continue reading

Real Estate Announce New Album “The Main Thing”, Share New Song “Paper Cup”

By: Staff – Real Estate have announced the release of their new album, The Main Thing, on February 28th via Domino. Created over the course of a year at upstate New York’s Marcata Sound, the album features outside instrumentalists and special guests like Sylvan Esso, whose vocalist Amelia Meath features on first single, “Paper Cup.” … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Watch Norman’s New Video for “The World And You”

By: Staff – Portland indie outfit, Norman are fresh off the release of their new LP, Buzz and Fade, and are back with a new video for album cut “The World And You”. Watch it below. Norman questions the usefulness of memory on their fourth studio album, Buzz and Fade. The new release of 10 original songs … Continue reading

Soccer Mommy Announces Sophomore Album “Color Theory”, Shares Lead Single

By: Staff – Soccer Mommy—twenty-two year-old Sophie Allison—has announced her triumphant sophomore album, Color Theory. Confronting the ongoing mental health and familial trials that have plagued Allison since pre-pubescence, color theory explores three central themes: blue, representing sadness and depression; yellow, symbolizing physical and emotional illness; and, finally, gray, representing darkness, emptiness and loss. Written … Continue reading

Review: “Stars: Together” Provides Intimate Portrait of Life in a Band

By: Curtis Sindrey – It says a lot about a band who are together for 20 years, and it says even more when they decide to create a play showcasing their collective anxieties, and creative (and sometimes personal) disagreements. Set in the band’s Montreal rehearsal space, Stars: Together is part rock concert and part semi-autobiographical play … Continue reading

Photos: The Joy Formidable @ Velvet Underground

Photos by: Morgan Harris – Welsh indie rock band The Joy Formidable, who released their fourth album, Aaarth, on September 28th, 2018 via Seradom, performed at the Velvet Underground in Toronto last night (Dec. 10th).

Brian Fallon Announces New Album “Local Honey”, Shares First Single “You Have Stolen My Heart”

By: Staff – Brian Fallon has released his new single “You Have Stolen My Heart,” which can be streamed below. The track heralds Fallon’s eagerly awaited new album, Local Honey, due out via his own label Lesser Known Records and Thirty Tigers on March 27th. The album is available for pre-order today and comes with … Continue reading

Photos: Turnover @ Majestic Theatre

Photos by: Jamie Limbright – Indie rock band Turnover, who released their newest album, Altogether, on November 1st, 2019, performed at the Majestic Theatre in Detroit on Dec. 7th.

Wolf Parade Announce New Album “Thin Mind”, Share New Song “Forest Green”

By: Staff – Wolf Parade have announced their new albukm, Thin Mind, is out on January 24th, 2020 via Royal Mountain Records and Sub Pop. The ten-track album, which features the singles “Forest Green,” the previously released “Against the Day,”  and “Julia Take Your Man Home,” was produced by John Goodmanson at Risque Disque on Vancouver Island, BC, mixed … Continue reading