• My Chemical Romance Have Teased New Music
    by Jackson Langford on January 20, 2020 at 5:55 am

    Something big is coming. The post My Chemical Romance Have Teased New Music appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Ministry Guitarist Sin Quirin Accused Of Underage Sexual Relations
    by Alex Gallagher on January 20, 2020 at 2:45 am

    The guitarist has been accused by two women of engaging in sexual activity when they were underage in the early 2000s. The post Ministry Guitarist Sin Quirin Accused Of Underage Sexual Relations appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Johnny Marr Collaborated With Hans Zimmer On New 007 Film ‘No Time To Die’ Score
    by Alex Gallagher on January 20, 2020 at 1:56 am

    Marr and Zimmer go 007. The post Johnny Marr Collaborated With Hans Zimmer On New 007 Film ‘No Time To Die’ Score appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • PREMIERE: Ocean Grove Unleash Music Video For ‘SUNNY’
    by Alex Gallagher on January 20, 2020 at 1:10 am

    A trip into the band's warped hyper reality, Oddworld. The post PREMIERE: Ocean Grove Unleash Music Video For ‘SUNNY’ appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Michelle Obama Has Shared Her Workout Playlist And It’s Full Of Bops
    by Alex Gallagher on January 20, 2020 at 12:17 am

    From Lizzo to Frank Ocean. The post Michelle Obama Has Shared Her Workout Playlist And It’s Full Of Bops appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Motor Ace Have Announced A Run Of National Summer Tour Dates
    by Alex Gallagher on January 19, 2020 at 11:27 pm

    Including a bushfire benefit in Sale, Victoria. The post Motor Ace Have Announced A Run Of National Summer Tour Dates appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Fyre Fest’s Andy King Has Finally Inked A Sponsorship Deal With Evian Water
    by Alex Gallagher on January 19, 2020 at 10:56 pm

    "So good you'd do anything for it." The post Fyre Fest’s Andy King Has Finally Inked A Sponsorship Deal With Evian Water appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Tame Impala Announce 2020 Nationwide Tour
    by Laura English on January 19, 2020 at 9:14 pm

    We've been waiting for this! The post Tame Impala Announce 2020 Nationwide Tour appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Maroon 5 Unwisely Accuse The 1975 Of Ripping Them Off, Spark Hilarious Meme-Filled Backlash
    by Emmy Mack on January 19, 2020 at 10:51 am

    TKO The post Maroon 5 Unwisely Accuse The 1975 Of Ripping Them Off, Spark Hilarious Meme-Filled Backlash appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Sum 41 Cancel Multiple Paris Shows After ‘Explosive Device’ Detonated Outside Venue
    by Emmy Mack on January 19, 2020 at 10:05 am

    "We are unable to guarantee the safety of the fans in attendance" The post Sum 41 Cancel Multiple Paris Shows After ‘Explosive Device’ Detonated Outside Venue appeared first on Music Feeds.

  • Zebrah – “Dimension”
    by Mike Mineo on January 18, 2020 at 1:32 am

    Fondly reminiscent of Kate Bush, “Dimension” is a hauntingly atmospheric track from the duo Zebrah. Dreamy, hypnotic guitar twangs complement the emotive vocal presence, with nice layered expansion approaching the two-minute mark, where gorgeous strings follow. This is a very moving, memorable success from the duo, comprised of Pauline and Kevin, who have been making The post Zebrah […]

  • mcbaise – “Le Thème de Mcbaise”
    by Mike Mineo on January 18, 2020 at 1:29 am

    Spacey and melodic, “Le Thème de Mcbaise” is an engrossing track from French illustrator and musician mcbaise, currently based in London. “Le Thème de Mcbaise” starts with lush, nocturnal synths. Smooth guitar licks converge alongside the subdued vocals, fading as a spacey burst of synths arrive. The track’s structure — an alternation between this […]

  • Biiko & ttypes – “Mixee”
    by Mike Mineo on January 18, 2020 at 1:24 am

    “Mixee” is a lushly consuming track from Biiko and ttypes, two artists from Grand Rapids, MI. Sporting a nocturnal feel with crawling bass and sparse keys over lush keys, “Mixee” grows into haunting beauty past the one-minute mark, when a synth arp and backing vocals converge. “Mixee” is another stellar collaboration from Biiko and ttypes. The The post […]

  • Yaehsun – “Show Me How to Love”
    by Mike Mineo on January 18, 2020 at 1:21 am

    Following up last year’s excellent tracks “Waterbaby” and “La De Ba,” Yaehsun’s “Show Me How to Love” is another success. The project of Toronto-based Jason Haberman, Yaehsun excels here with a mellow, hypnotic glow. The track expands gently on lush vocals and grooving guitars, with acoustical and key backings past the one-minute mark exuding a The […]

  • Jonny Pickett – “Soong Mei-ling”
    by Mike Mineo on January 18, 2020 at 1:18 am

    Jonny Pickett is based in Southern California, though has lived across the world — in Ireland, Spain, and China. Geographical and cultural experiences contributes to his sound, apparent on new track “Soong Mei-ling.” The track refers to the former First Lady of the Republic of China, who witnessed the country’s change from dynasty to republic The post Jonny Pickett […]

  • Carey Alexander – “Get It Back”
    by Mike Mineo on January 18, 2020 at 1:18 am

    “Get It Back” is a showcase of Carey Alexander’s riveting sound, which melds elements of pop and folk with symphonic aspects. Previously featured tracks “Mr. Junkyard Man” and “Ordinary God” showcased this sound well, and “Get It Back” further reinforces the impressive nature of Carey’s album Not With Monsters. Twinkling keys and […]

  • Sunday Face – “Start Anew”
    by Mike Mineo on January 15, 2020 at 12:57 am

    The brilliant, emotive “Start Anew” is the stunning debut release from Sunday Face. The track reflects on a tumultuous 2019 from frontwoman Leah Gutman, who shows a haunting vocal delivery that reminds tonally of a cross between The Antlers’ Peter Silberman and Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner. The striking vocals are accompanied by distant piano and The post Sunday […]

  • Lucid Lynx – “Nothing to Find”
    by Mike Mineo on January 15, 2020 at 12:54 am

    Boston-based act Lucid Lynx craft an engrossing psych-forward sound, evident on the dreamy track “Nothing to Find.” A deep bass line and hazy guitars open the effort with a Pink Floyd-esque pull, consuming from the get-go. A fantastic bridge around 02:10 sees fleeting synths emphasized within this psych-friendly mix, as the melody shifts to a The post Lucid Lynx – […]

  • Riarosa – “Change”
    by Mike Mineo on January 15, 2020 at 12:49 am

    “Change” is a serene, melodic slice of dream-pop from Riarosa, a band from Baton Rouge, LA. The band notes that the track “promotes a positive change in one’s mindset after going through difficult times.” As such, it’s a fitting track for the month of January, in helping to associate the new year with positive vibes, The post Riarosa – […]

  • Stray Fossa – “Are You Gonna Be Okay”
    by Mike Mineo on January 15, 2020 at 12:47 am

    “Are You Gonna Be Okay” continues an impressive string of releases from Stray Fossa, the Charlottesville, VA act that impressed with tracks “Eyze” and “These Days” last year. Evident again is a sound that compares favorably to Wild Nothing, with nocturnal synths and lush guitar jangles combining with a sweetly melodic vocal presence. The sporadic The post […]

  • Feature: 2010s: Favorite 100 Music Releases of the Decade
    by TMT Staff on January 14, 2020 at 7:24 pm

    “I can hear everything. It’s everything time.” Here we are, floundering at the tail end of the decade, grasping to make sense of the last 10 years, when that ancient quote (actually from Gang Gang Dance in 2011) had already provided this decade’s temporal framework for what feeling and existing might look like this decade. This quote, this foundational assumption, […]

  • Friday’s Finest – Featuring: Gold Baby, October Drift, Gengahr & Cathedral Bells
    by Dan Sheed on January 10, 2020 at 2:06 pm

    Friday’s Finest, your favourite weekly blog collaboration is back in 2020, where It’s All Indie, Nexus Music Blog & Indie Central Music share their favourite releases of the week from the finest, the crème de la crème of upcoming artists. Dan from Turtle Tempo’s pick: Gold Baby – Dogbone Gold Baby produce guitar-driven dream-pop, with …

  • Maggie Cassidy – Why Can’t We Just Be Friends? has ‘banger’ written all over it [premiere]
    by Chelsea Harrop on January 9, 2020 at 2:04 pm

    By Chelsea Harrop If you can’t get enough of playful alternative rock infused with energy and just a tad of attitude, you’ll love Maggie Cassidy. The five-piece from Surrey are set to release their new single ‘Why Can’t We Just Be Friends?’ on January 10th ahead of their upcoming EP. Although Maggie Cassidy are independent, they’ve already collaborated The […]

  • BRUUT! with Anton Goudsmit- Baha-ree-ba! – playlist worthy, wave catching Surf Rock
    by Delyth on January 8, 2020 at 8:04 pm

    By Delyth Baha- ree-baa! is the latest new single from BRUUT! & Anton Goudsmit’s collaborative surf rock album, Go Surfing and cover all the bases set out by Dick Dales’ 1960s genre-defining music. This energetic track melds the synonymously instrumental surf rock reverb with repetitive sax and rhythmic clarity. Hailing from the Netherlands, this “Super Jazz” group, […]

  • Indie Music Contest – December 2019 results
    by For The Love Of Bands on January 2, 2020 at 10:13 pm

    By For The Love Of Bands The December edition of the Indie Music Contest ended on December 31. A whopping 2159 votes were cast so it’s safe to say the engagement was awesome! A total of 209 bands and artists submitted their track. The results are in! Thanks to all who’ve submitted a track and thanks to all who have voted. The post Indie Music Contest – December 2019 results […]

  • Jordan Paul – Night Moon [EP review] one of those creatives that can channel other artists without gross misconduct
    by Chris Ambrosino on December 30, 2019 at 3:48 pm

    By Chris Ambrosino Now that the 2019 holidays are in the books, I was looking for the perfect antidote for the seasonal music poison that ran through my veins over the past few months. I needed to end this decade on something redeemable, enjoyable and worthy of headlining the past decade of some great musical finds. It’s always The post Jordan Paul – Night Moon [EP review] one of […]

  • Feature: 2010s: Favorite 100 Songs of the Decade
    by TMT Staff on December 30, 2019 at 6:38 am

    Sometimes the most pyrrhic ventures prove the most gratifying. Gleaning a decade’s worth of song in 2019 feels like sifting sand with a hula hoop, the enormity of the ever-accumulating archive sluicing through our woefully inadequate tools, its elusive pith elementally, stubbornly incompatible with the implements of capture at hand. Nothing like an egregiously mixed metaphor to communicate […]

  • Micayl’s third single ‘Indigo’ featuring HENRIO
    by Gem Stokes on December 27, 2019 at 10:04 am

    By Gem Stokes Described best in an interview with Liverpool-based culture blog Planet Slop: “Micayl’s style makes up an evocative blend of laid back lo- fi, jazz and soulful hip-hop and this cocktail serves to solidify him as an artist with a distinct sound.” Indigo is Micayl’s third single, (released on 29th November 2019) and forms the first The post Micayl’s […]

  • RIP: David Riley, bassist for Big Black
    by Shane Mack on December 25, 2019 at 5:17 pm

    David Riley, the bassist for Big Black, has died at 59. From David Riley’s partner, Rachel Brown: Sad news my Chicago friends. My dearest friend and longtime housemate Dave Riley lost his short battle with cancer this morning. In late August he developed a persistent sore throat which wasn’t responsive to antibiotics. Initially dismissed as acid-reflux, further testing showed that he […]

  • Interview with LA-based Indie Pop duo ROSECOLOREDWORLD
    by Jordan Claes on December 22, 2019 at 6:37 am

    By Jordan Claes For The Love Of Bands’ Jordan Claes sat down with rosecoloredworld’s bandmates RAE and Addison Scott (via Skype) to talk about their latest release ‘Walking On The Sun’, current developments and future plans. Rosecoloredworld’s funk-infused style of indie dream-pop is so sweet that it could literally rot your teeth – in the best way possible. […]

  • Macintosh Plus announces new album, shares 12-minute preview called "Sick & Panic (First Mix)"
    by Mr P on December 20, 2019 at 9:55 pm

    That’s right. Vektroid just announced a new Macintosh Plus album. And, thankfully, the first preview of it sounds nothing like Floral Shoppe (which, by the way, made it to #6 on our decade list). It's not what you think. — Vektroid (@Vektroid) December 20, 2019 The 12-minute glimpse, titled “Sick & Panic (First Mix),” is being released on 12-inch picture […]

  • TMT Comics: Important Comics - “Goodbye Forever”
    by Dina Kelberman on December 20, 2019 at 12:01 am

    • Important Comics: http://importantcomics.com

  • Heavier Things by My Everest is 4 minutes and 3 seconds of exhilarating rock, which certainly pulls no punches.
    by Iain Wheeler on December 19, 2019 at 10:29 pm

    By Iain Wheeler Taking the lead from its title, ‘Heavier Things’ is 4 minutes and 3 seconds of exhilarating rock, which certainly pulls no punches. The post Heavier Things by My Everest is 4 minutes and 3 seconds of exhilarating rock, which certainly pulls no punches. appeared first on ForTheLoveOfBands - Your go-to music blog to discover awesome new independent & emerging […]

  • ♫ Listen: Andy Koufax - “Practice Makes Worseness”
    by C Monster on December 18, 2019 at 5:47 pm

    Ya fuckers thought C was out the game? Ya, that’s totally true, sorta, but rn, this one for long-time TMT contributor [and ultra-ultra conflict of interest for me to write this for] Samuel Diamond. Man’s flipping his est. 2014 ultra in-depth and solo-run website Long Island Rap Blog into Long Island Rap Records. And as with all young, 21st-century record labels, LIRR is going to start […]

  • Chance the Rapper cancels upcoming tour
    by Jeremy Klein on December 17, 2019 at 10:08 pm

    By now, you’ve surely heard the news: Chance the Rapper has cancelled his entire upcoming big tour, “The Big Tour.” In an apologetic Instagram post, Chance lamented the decision, but seemed devoted in spending his newly free time with family, making new music, and coming back with his “best show to date.” Previously, the tour had been understandably — not […]

  • Feature: 2010s: Exercises in Listening
    by Max Power on December 17, 2019 at 6:44 pm

    “I don’t think bells ask questions.” -Mary Ruefle Introduction I don’t believe that the last decade can be easily summed up. I do believe, however, that how we listen has changed to some degree. We can quantify this and analyze this, but only insofar as we can define listening — and it’s not clear that we will ever have a shared definition. To listen to […]

  • Pussy Riot to tour North America next spring, whether you like it or not
    by Dan Smart on December 17, 2019 at 4:27 pm

    Yeah. That’s right. FUCK YOU. Cuz Russian protest-punks Pussy Riot are coming to North America this coming March and April. Don’t like it? FUCK YOU. They are also partnering with good old PLUS1 to donate $1 from ticket sales to each city’s local Planned Parenthood affiliate. Don’t like that, either? FUCK YOU. Get you tickets here and check out the […]

  • Feature: 2010s: In Kanye’s Wake
    by Adam Rothbarth on December 16, 2019 at 9:13 pm

    I. On November 22, 2010, Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy received the distinction of Best New Music with a score of 10 from Pitchfork, an award more elusive to musicians in the 2010s than the Pulitzer Prize, the Nobel Prize, and the National Medal of Freedom. While artists like Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar, and Bob Dylan won honors in the latter categories […]

  • FRESHLY HATCHED #4
    by Chaz Ross on December 12, 2019 at 3:10 pm

    The hottest upcoming indie tracks from around the world… MAYFLY – ‘SELFISH GIRL’ 22 year old self produced mysterious synth pop   AUSTEL – CHOKE  UK based symphonic alternative synth pop with haunting viola lines   WHERESWILDER – HOLD UP Athens, Greece based folky dream pop with lush electric guitars ZOË FERGUSON – MEDICINE US …

  • Blissful Red – The Xennials A lo-fi love song to the inbetweener generation brought up on Greenday and Grunge.
    by Delyth on December 11, 2019 at 10:51 am

    By Delyth Are your first memories of the internet the monodic drone of dial-up? Frantically clicking send and receive on your email, as your parents command you to free up the phone line? MySpace? MSN Messenger? Then it’s likely you’re part of the in-between generation: the Xennials. This song by Blissful Red is for you. Blissful Red’s The post Blissful Red – The Xennials […]

  • New Music Podcast Episode 3: Recording with Alternative Rock Band Fake Swans
    by Amy Heather on December 7, 2019 at 4:10 pm

    By Amy Heather While it’s not unheard of for a band to replace a drummer, bassist or even lead guitarist; for most groups the mere idea of swapping the SINGER is ridiculous. Well, alternative rock band Fake Swans have done just that. I’m not talking similar style either, they literally replaced soulful female vocals with the electrifying pipes The post New Music Podcast Episode 3: […]

  • Indie Music Contest November Results
    by For The Love Of Bands on December 5, 2019 at 7:20 pm

    By For The Love Of Bands The November edition of the For The Love Of Bands Indie Music Contest ended on December 1. The results are in! Thanks to all who’ve submitted a track and thanks to all who have voted. First place:  Sixth Floor Memories Second place:  So Cal Jack Third place:  Roman Fye Now, what have they won? First The post Indie Music Contest November Results […]

  • Friday’s Finest – Featuring Rowe, Austel, Honeyblood & Pompadour
    by Dan Sheed on November 29, 2019 at 2:10 pm

    Friday’s Finest is a weekly collaborative post between us at Turtle Tempo, It’s All Indie, Indie Central Music & Nexus Music Blog. Every Friday we pick a track that we have been loving with the post going up on one our respected blogs. Dan from Turtle Tempo’s pick – Rowe – Daze Daze signals a …

  • Interview: Gracie Martin & The So Beautifuls
    by Annie Rew Shaw on November 22, 2019 at 12:13 pm

    New York-based singer-songwriter and producer Gracie Martin will leave you spellbound with her captivating new single, 10%. A song reflecting on the interconnection between a disintegrating relationship and capitalism fatigue, Gracie soulfully questions why she isn’t being given the compensation she deserves – a sentiment masterfully realised in the accompanying music video. I caught […]

  • Freshly Hatched #3
    by Chaz Ross on November 21, 2019 at 8:12 pm

    The hottest upcoming indie tracks from around the world… CATTLE & CANE – ‘I WISH I KNEW JESUS (LIKE YOU DO)’ Stockton-On-Tees, UK based brother and sister confident electro pop duo ZOË FERGUSON – ‘DIP’  Portland, US based pop singer with a dirty tongue LOCALS – ‘DISHES’ London, UK based BBC 6 music endorsed indie …

  • Interview: Ben Ales
    by Annie Rew Shaw on November 18, 2019 at 1:44 pm

    Born in Verona, now based in London, self-described musical troubadour Ben Ales relays the time-stopping powers of romance in his uplifting new single, Here Forever. Led by Ben’s powerful husky vocals, the track is a dreamy indie-pop number, with layers of harmonies and euphoric strings lifting the listener up into the clouds. I had a …

  • Interview: Fortnight In Florida
    by Annie Rew Shaw on November 18, 2019 at 1:18 pm

    London-based three-piece Fortnight In Florida channel nostalgic disco-pop vibes on their new single, I Can’t Wait Forever. Inspired by Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks painting, the song juxtaposes moody synths and steady beats with mournful vocals, telling a bittersweet tale of unrequited love. I caught up with the band to have a chat about how they came …

  • Interview: Mount Forel
    by Annie Rew Shaw on November 18, 2019 at 12:20 pm

    London-based four-piece Mount Forel explore the politics of place and privilege in their new single, Witney. Named after David Cameron’s former constituency, Witney is a raw indie banger – complete with bittersweet guitar hooks and an anthemic chorus. The accompanying music video shows the band performing a gig to a blindfolded audience – one of …

  • Interview: Miss Elm
    by Annie Rew Shaw on November 16, 2019 at 3:11 pm

    Australian ‘Ukelele Princess’ Miss Elm follows up her debut single with a hypnotic new release, The Castle. Layered vocal hooks, delicately-stacked pop-folk arrangements and a message of strength and perseverance weave together to form a mesmerising and effortlessly catchy tune. I caught up with Miss Elm to learn more about her writing process, the after-effects …

  • Freshly Hatched – #2
    by Chaz Ross on November 12, 2019 at 1:00 am

    The hottest upcoming indie tracks from around the world… AGAT – ‘TRUTH IS’ Tel-Aviv, Israel based pop with Trip-Hop undertones and buzzing synths   THE DISAPPOINTED – ‘WE DON’T DREAM’ Perth, Australia based moody new wave psychedlic rock with dark undertones   GO ROBOT – THE GALLOWS  UK based lo-fi rocker creating a drum […]

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