Tapes by Indientry: February – Tell Them You Love Them // Love Is Dead Anyway

As far as Valentine’s Day and I go back, it’s been “complicated.” First, it was single teenage angst, then it was anti-consumerist frustration. And though this is my first Valentine’s Day in a relationship, I won’t be able to see her for another week and a half; instead, I get to see all of the … More Tapes by Indientry: February – Tell Them You Love Them // Love Is Dead Anyway

Interview: St. Buryan

Newcastle five-piece St. Buryan released its latest single, “Giving In”, on Friday, February 8. The track is thrilling and packs a bit of a punch with a heavier sound than the band’s previous work, though it is still familiar. It’s the first of three singles to be released under Sound-Hub Records, and we got the chance … More Interview: St. Buryan

The Nextwave Sessions: Episode Three – Trauma Illinois

The Nextwave Sessions is Indientry’s podcast designed to help you get to know a band we love and hope you’ll love next. This month, host Abby Jeffers meets with Cincinnati psych-rock band Trauma Illinois to chat about their band name, tour, and an exciting upcoming gig. To see more of Indientry, follow us @indientry on Twitter … More The Nextwave Sessions: Episode Three – Trauma Illinois

Interview: Bitch

Los Angeles singer and producer Bitch‘s latest single, “New Year”, is a feminist pop anthem that’s sure to have you on your feet and moving. It’s full of joy and power, and the track marks the beginning of a new chapter for Bitch. Luckily, Indientry got to ask her a few questions about her past … More Interview: Bitch

Album Review: Angel Metro – Dark Days Bright Lights

Angel Metro‘s first record as a solo artist, Dark Days Bright Lights, is a dark pop study in heartbreak and hope. It was born out of her struggle between “trying to outrun [her] darkest days and finding inspiration in them,” and, in true witch rock fashion (think Damn The Witch Siren), it is everything to the … More Album Review: Angel Metro – Dark Days Bright Lights

EP Review: Something Else – Something Else

Columbus alt-rockers Something Else have produced yet another self-titled work, released on January 4, 2019, though this one seems to be a reworking of some of their older music. A few songs are familiar, and this time around, they are also more mature. The sound of Something Else‘s seven tracks is an unapologetic, emotional one, and the polished … More EP Review: Something Else – Something Else

Tapes by Indientry: January – Melt Your Winter Blues Away

While January marks the beginning of a new year, it can be a difficult month. It’s cold, it’s dreary, and it’s a struggle for everyone, especially those who struggle with seasonal sadness, like me. As a result, winter has always been my least favorite season; I have had to rely on music, friends, and running … More Tapes by Indientry: January – Melt Your Winter Blues Away

Interview: The Zeroes

Earlier in the month, I got the chance to ask a few questions to Willie Lutz, frontman of The Zeroes, a rock band from Columbus, Ohio. The band recently released its debut full-length record, titled Indianola, in November 2018 and is currently touring in support of the record. Follow The Zeroes on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and … More Interview: The Zeroes

EP Review: Tiger Mimic – Elephant Skeleton

Even as an unsigned indie group, Tiger Mimic‘s sound on their debut EP, Elephant Skeleton, is unforgettable. The alternative rock music contained in its five tracks is modern, cool and nothing if not unique, and it is more and more enthralling as each second passes. The music on Elephant Skeleton shifts with every song, but it all nestles … More EP Review: Tiger Mimic – Elephant Skeleton