kinda alright’s new EP is a steady release from indie shredders who have experimented deeper and played crazier.
Savan DePaul’s latest album showcases his ability as an incredible beatmaker, but his ideas can often get lost in themselves.
Tallboy’s debut EP relies on the shoegaze version of urgency and freneticism to connect with the listener.
Earthboy has a knack for adding a little bit of weird magic to a familiar indie rock sound.
Coleman Rigg’s new self-titled EP has lofty goals but loses itself in its shallow lyricism.
Elaine Rasnake’s latest release is a warm if slightly inconsistent offering of indie folk/pop.
VULTUREPEAK deliver an aggressive installment of blackened punk that signals an antithetically bright future.
GODCASTER invite you to their nightmare jam session on their excellent demo release.
Party Muscles meticulously whips up wistful 2000s rock that leaves us longing for “the good ol’ days” of popular indie.
Mesén Around’s unique voice lends itself to a beautiful and airy indie folk album.