Tag: Indie Rock
image for Emerging Indie Star Makes Peace with Hardship in a Nod to 90s Alt Pop. - Qinn: Lemonade
Posted by Krister Axel
A song about working around the limitations of circumstance, and finding the inner strength to make 'lemonade from lemons' when other options are not available.
image for Sexy RnB Grooves from Indie Pop Duo. - Color Fields: Animal
Posted by Krister Axel
A dynamic and delicate verse leads to a roaring chorus that exposes raw sensuality and a promise of physical union.
image for Upbeat Indie Pop from Northern California. - Leon in the Wild: You Can Leave a Mess in Here
Posted by Krister Axel
This circular, pop-friendly introspection will have you cruising up highway 1, window down, chasing a pacific sunset into the forests of Mount Tamalpais.
image for Upbeat Indie Rock from Virginia. - Stray Fossa: For What Was
Posted by Krister Axel
Balances a warm snare tone against a controlled-chaos of electric guitar, electronic hooks, and enchanting melody.
image for Listen to My Morning Jacket's New Album on YouTube
Posted by Krister Axel
In an age where most bands are not making cohesive albums anymore, My Morning Jacket steps up with an instant masterpiece (start at ~7 min).
image for Edgy and Aggressive Indie Rock from Los Angeles. - DYLYN: Call Me What You Want (Music Video)
Posted by Krister Axel
Relish the self-affirming, party-all-night mojo of a pop star on the rise.
image for Controlled Indie Rock Chaos from Bristol for Fans of Radiohead & Garbage. - The Desert: Disappearing Act
Posted by Krister Axel
Delivers a dark brew of nervous energy, visceral temptation, and bold intent.
image for Spirited Indie Rock from Los Angeles for Fans of Florence & the Machine. - Kat Hamilton: Amnesia
Posted by Krister Axel
This palpable sense of release might be of help to anyone struggling with the difficulty of romantic crisis.
image for This Lighthearted Love Song from Melbourne Explores the Fantasy of Infatuation. - Nat Vazer: For A Moment (Music Video)
Posted by Krister Axel
This rock-fueled toe-tapper features stacks of vocal harmony, saturated reverb, and a sense of the inherent danger involved with allowing oneself to dream.