Posts tagged indie
Lilac Kings: Artists on the Rise

Moderation within itself can be deceptively complex. But when you find balance, everything can fall into place with a somewhat intrinsic harmony.

Cue Lilac Kings, an up-and-coming Tulsa-based outfit who’ve clearly run with this sentiment and elevated it to new heights.

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Interpol Turns On The Bright Lights In Nashville

Interpol emerged in the late 1990s in New York City and are one of the main contributors to the post-punk revival along with other bands such as The Strokes, Franz Ferdinand, and The Libertines. The band founded by Paul Banks, Daniel Kessler, Sam Fogarino, and Carlos Dengler took over the scene in 2002 when they released their full-length debut, Turn On The Bright Lights. The album was well received all over the world and instantly became an indie classic. Interpol managed to differentiate themselves from their contemporaries thanks to its bass-driven hooks, Kessler’s guitar riffs and Banks’ gloomy lyrics and somewhat monotonous yet powerful melodies that only he can pull off.

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Mac Demarco Croons his fans at Intimate Solo Show

Mac Demarco is a man who needs no introduction by now, he is unarguably one of the most charismatic artists in the scene and has earned the title as the “Prince of Indie”. Demarco made his big debut with Rock and Roll Nightclub in 2012 but many have been following him way before that with his project, Makeout Videotape. During a short span of 5 years, Demarco has released five albums in which he progressively manages to captivate his audience even further.

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The Coronas light up the stage at The Sinclair in Boston

The Coronas are an Indie Irish rock band from Dublin made up of four band members Danny O'Reilly, Dave McPhillips, Graham Knox, and Conor Egan. This Irish multi-platinum-selling band have released five studio albums, Heroes or Ghosts (2007), Tony Was an Ex-Con (2009), Closer to You (2011) The Long Way (2014) & Trust The Wire (2017).

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Franz Ferdinand: Has Scottish Indie Rock Always Sounded This Good?

One would be hard pressed to find a music fan, or casual listener, alive during the early 2000s that didn’t hear and/or fall in love with the charismatic sound of Franz Ferdinand. Formed in 2002, the group released two singles “Dart’s of Pleasure” and “Take Me Out” which both received critical acclaim, though “Take Me Out” certainly seemed to be and remains the fan favorite from the group. Their debut, self-titled album, Franz Ferdinand, was released in 2004 and led the group to a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, a Grammy nomination for Best Alternative Album, and the Mercury Prize

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Warped Tour 2017
La Tecnologia, BARAJA

South Florida's Latin Rock group, Baraja, discusses controversial topics in their Alternative Rock tracks. Their bullish tracks discuss a world consumed by social media and handheld devices. The trio are currently recording their upcoming album which will be released next year.

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Hard Luck Story, Reno Divorce

The Punk Rock group, Reno Divorce, discusses their upcoming tour and musical projects after their set at the Goosetown Tavern in Denver, Colorado.

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Feel Your Feelings, Fool! The Regrettes

Last week Los Angeles local band, The Regrettes, took the stage at Rough Trade NYC in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. This quartet of 16-year old musicians (that’s right, 16) delivered an energetic and captivating performance, with original songs carrying lyrics far beyond their age.

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The Euphoric and Melodic Goodbye at The Maccabees' Farewell Tour

The Maccabees bid farewell to their devoted fans at their final concerts in the United Kingdom. They performed to enormous audiences in Birmingham, London, Glasgow, Newcastle, and Manchester.

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