Buffalo, NY, band West Ferry have honed an intriguing sound that flits between upbeat punk and more laid-back emotional indie.
Emerging London band Solar Strides offer up a fun and punchy brand of 60s blues-infused alternative rock with tinges of indie.
Welsh rockers The Routines offer up a highly relatable brand of indie rock influenced by the tediousness of full-time menial work and enjoyable social observations.
Brighton newcomers Thrillhouse have honed an intriguing sound that fuses synths, indie feel-good vibes and funky rock undertones.
We’ve now covered a band from every continent worldwide because we discovered the engaging indie-rock sound of Cape Town quartet Champion Trees, who released their debut, self-titled EP last month.
When we spoke to angsty Australian rockers Furlong they gave us a bit of insight into feedback they’d had from other – clearly inferior – blogs about their sound. Those blogs are wrong/
On Friday, I attended my first ever protest march, joining a #FridaysForFuture protest through Santiago that was attended by thousands of Chileans demanding action on climate change. And it just so happens that the issues raised by this movement – and several others like it – are providing answers to the issues that inspired Austria-based band Charlywood’s latest single.
Seattle’s Dirty Rugs are on a mission to bring back the raw rock sound of the 90s and, from what we’ve heard thus far, they’re making a damn fine job of it.
When Boston-based band Dionysia tell us their intriguing indie-rock sound is built on a base of “candid chaos and unfiltered honesty” we were immediately hooked.
ennsylvania band Danger Barry – which is an awesome band name – tell us that they’re heavily involved in the “student house show scene” at Penn State – which sounds interesting, if not dangerous and, most likely, very messy.
South London-based Crushed Beaks have honed a really cool sound that fuses indie rock with elements of psych, post-punk and garage rock – so expect plenty of catchy vocals and funky noodling guitar riffs.
Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Jack Simchak evokes memories of the new-wave sounds of the ’70s and ’80s with his delicious brand of indie rock.