With most of the music industry relying on computers and machines to play music, the local indie band Human Music takes it back a few decades to when the music was still played by humans.
Long-time fans of Attica Riots and their electrifying live set finally have something to take home.
Animal Teeth’s second album comes as a great addition to their discography.
The fifth and final album from Coma Cinema, Loss Memory, is a wonderfully emotional and original final statement from multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Matthew Lee Cothran
Ancient Shapes’ debut record starts fast and ends faster. This quick-paced album throws the listener straight into the band’s hands, giving barely enough time for a breather.
4th Curtis has created a wonderfully clever and theatrical indie pop album with their 2017 debut full-length, I Won The Pageant.
If your New Year’s resolution was to listen to more local shoegaze music, then your year is already off to a good start.
Just in time to begin hibernating for the winter, Beverly Tender deliver another album full of brilliant and well-informed angular indie rock.
This is yet another beautiful release from Chicago-based Orindal Records.
The album cover for this CD was, and still is, a drawing of a red guy done in marker with the name of the band and album taped onto it. This is because The Famous Sandhogs are a Wacky Band.
A neo-folk duo from our very own city, The New Customs is made up of locals Emma Cloney and Dale Brown.
As a whole, Soft Sounds from Another Planet is badass, fun, but also heartbreaking.
The three new preview tracks from Animal Teeth’s upcoming release, A List of Things to Say (out Nov. 4 on Slow Shine Records), stay within the band’s dreamy sadcore indie pop-rock aesthetic.
Andy Shauf’s fourth album, The Party is a twist from all of his previous albums.
If you’re tired of hearing the repetitive themes that are found within much of new music today and are interested in hearing songs with both a unique sound and point of view, then look no further than the debut album from Prophets of Rage.
Try ;), Edmonton act Faith Healer’s sophomore album, begins in medias res, with the drone of a dial tone.
Everybody Works is bedroom dream pop in its fullest fine form.
James Mercer and company are back after a five-year hiatus with an album that triumphantly returns to their indie-pop primed, psych-folk spangled, surf-tinged rock.
Brotherly rock trio Ferraro came onto the scene with an authentic sound that reminds listeners of what makes music from the era of five-cent bottles of Coca-Cola worth loving.
Agent Codeine Banks' style draws from many different genres, such as power electronic, trap, gabber, death metal and punk just to name a few.