Indie Pop

More Giraffes – “Treehouse”

L.A. duo drops another futuristic pop gem off forthcoming EP

Slow Hollows – “Come Back In”

L.A. indie act shares enthralling new single & video

PREMIERE: Madeleine Mayi – “Towards You” video

LA indie-pop songstress stuns with new video for bone-chilling single

The Outside Chancers – “The Cloud Bursts”

UK five-piece features some of the industry’s most talented performers

Maude Latour on Columbia, Summer in New York, and “Plans”

We Sit Down with the Rising Indie Pop Star in an Exclusive Interview

PREMIERE: So Sensitive – “What’s A Girl To Do?”

Premiere: Son Step – ‘Fossilillies’

Joel Malka – Dead To The World

Joel Malka releases an introspective debut track ‘Dead To The World’   A music veteran, who spent the last few years working away from the limelight as a …

Tunnelview release the new long awaited single “Easy Way”

Hear the Kansas City based pair make their impression in the local music scene

Kate Nash live at the Theatre of Living Arts

Last Thursday, Kate Nash brought a rock party to the TLA in Philadelphia. Supporting new release “Yesterday was Forever,” she was tremendous as was phenomenal opener Miya Folick.

Matt and Kim With Tokyo Police Club at the Electric Factory

Last Sunday at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia there were smiles galore as the pure pop fun of Matt and Kim ruled the night. Tokyo Police Club opened.

Varsity Release Their Debut Album Parallel Person

Varsity’s tracks are breezy in sound, fully sun-soaked and best served by the water.

See Tancred at Boot & Saddle

Opening the Wednesday night show with the entirety of the forthcoming album “Nightstand,” Tancred wowed the devoted Boot & Saddle following with the sounds of new, followed by a raucous set of old. Jess Abbott  and her tight band followed up a strong opening set of new songs from Augusta Koch of Cayetana.

Alvvays with The Drums at The Catalyst Club

Candian indie-pop band Alvvays played the Catalyst Club in Santa Cruz, CA on April 11th, in support of their much-lauded second record Antisocialites. New York band The Drums played a stellar opening set in support.

See Kate Nash and Miya Folick play The Fillmore

English singer/songwriter Kate Nash played the Fillmore in San Francisco on April 9th, in support of her fourth record, the recently-released Yesterday Was Forever. Los Angeles-based singer Miya Folick opened.

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