indie rock

New Music Alert: “Wasting Time” by Dadadoh + The POC

At this point in my career, it’s far too redundant to say that Dadadoh “just keeps getting better” or “is an artist everyone should be paying attention to” so let’s just assume those points are implicit henceforth for all future coverage. Agreed? I mean, we’re all friends here, right? After 2019’s Wowee showed the artist in pivot mode, “Wasting Time” ups the ante in a shocking way…

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BigRipple

New Music Alert | “Tonic” by BigRipple

BigRipple started making acoustic music together just a few years back after the spark that would become the band ignited with the Sun Devil Musicians Club. The quintet swapped out their acoustic instruments for electric in 2018 and their distinctive alt-rock sound began to solidify. “Tonic” offers listeners a psych-rock experience that starts strong and doesn’t let up. Lush harmonies, sharp instrumentation, and a splash of 1970s arena rock style round out the sonic experience that is BigRipple…

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Bobcat Rob

New Music Alert | “Beauty in the World” by Bobcat Rob & The Nightly Howl

Bobcat Rob & The Nightly Howl released this melodic number just as 2020 was nearly its close. But, sadly, all the horrors of that year did not appear to end at midnight on New Year’s Eve so this song might just be needed to help carry us a little further. “Beauty in the World” reminds us to take time to focus on the beauty around us; the moments in our lives as they keep moving by…

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Music Video of the Day: “i refuse to die” by Sydney Sprague

So is there like a countdown going to the release of Sydney Sprague’s new album? ‘Cause there should be. I can’t be the only one just sitting around waiting for this one and grabbing at any teaser that comes my way. Last month, Sprague released the single “i refuse to die” from her forthcoming album, maybe i will see you at the end of the world, and we included the music video when she answered our Quarantine Questionnaire, but felt it warranted its own space…

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