Today, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by Shell held its annual one mo
Last summer, I talked to Brass Bed's Jonny Campos about the addition-by-subtraction process that led to
It’s tough enough for a young band trying to make it in a new city, but add college, work, and the challenge of getting one’s foot in the door and
Gardens & Villa's latest album was made in a vortex.
The synth-heavy, flute toting indie-band performs Sunday at Gasa Gasa.
A Farfisa organ plays a circus melody behind an aggressively strummed acoustic guitar as Dave Fera and Yanti Turang sing, “I was a tosser / I nearl
The indie band talks about their DIY attitude, performing live, and their upcoming album.
The Flaming Lips, David Guetta, and Ellie Goulding top the bill of the 2014 Buku Music + Art Project, whic
The Internet has changed the way music is passed around and consumed.
"Complexity isn't necessarily an indicator of growth."
"I don't feel the change 'cause I'm living it all the time.
Sam McCabe takes joy in explaining that his brother Collin started playing the violin when he was 8 because a teacher thought he had "issues."
Vincent Cacchione probably isn't the first person to cry at a Jeff Mangum show.
There's a category of songwriting that resides in nearly all genres of music, a theme without borders. The “you'll be sorry when I'm gone” songs.
[Updated] Later this year, indie rock band Cardinal Sons will head to New Y
Who do they sound like?
Lafayette's Brass Bed has received critical love for its new album, The Secret W
Instead of going through the usual new band struggle of defining their sound, the members of Super Water S
[Updated] Sports & Leisure aren't in a hurry, and you can h
“Things start off so naked,” writes Trevor Powers of his psychedelic, lo-fi bedroom project
Nothing prepares you for coming over a rise and seeing fire trucks parked sideways on the I-10, feeding four lanes down to one.
Reviews of A Fairway Full of Miners reference the unusually high voice of the singer for Winnipeg's
[Updated] Tomorrow, Bantam Foxes will release their new EP, Fascination
Texture has always been one of the calling cards of Generationals, and the electronic sounds from last year's
“I would loosen the snares and pretend to play Jingle Bells,” says Jonathan Wooding of indie rock band
Dynamics are a powerful thing, and Menomena knows it.
Empress Hotel broke my heart.
Vox and the Hound are letting valuable promo time go to waste.
New Orleans indie rock band Generationals return with a new electropop EP, "Lucky Numbers." Here's a first listen to the title track.
I often buy the argument that using "indie" as a modifie
I pushed one of Matt Hines' buttons.