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

The Nextwave Sessions: Episode Two – Hidden Places

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 Columbus indie rock band Hidden Places before a show to talk songwriting, movies, and more. To see more of Indientry, follow us @indientry on Twitter and @indientryblog on Instagram, and, obviously, subscribe … More The Nextwave Sessions: Episode Two – Hidden Places

Feature: Battle of the Bloggers 2018

This year, alongside all of the traditional end-of-year lists, I decided to host something a little different: a Battle of the Bloggers. It’s a group feature with ten musically-inclined folks (not technically all bloggers; some are musicians or record labels) who decided to defend their number one album of the year against everyone else’s, and … More Feature: Battle of the Bloggers 2018

EP Review: Fashion Week – Mood EP

To close out the year on a strong note, Columbus alt-rock band Fashion Week released their latest EP, titled Mood, on Friday, December 7. It is currently the band’s longest published work, despite having been together for four years, but it displays confidence and maturity in their sound. The Mood EP begins on a heavy track, and “Gaslight” … More EP Review: Fashion Week – Mood EP

Album Review: Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies – Room To Grow

Roughly three and a half years after their previous release, Toronto folk-pop band Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies released Room To Grow on October 4, 2018. It’s an eight-track, 28-minute folk-pop album, and although the first song is a light introduction to the rest of the record, the six-piece band quickly shows the depth of their … More Album Review: Olivia and the Creepy Crawlies – Room To Grow

The Nextwave Sessions: Episode One – Balcony

The Nextwave Sessions is Indientry’s brand-new podcast designed to help you get to know a band we love and hope you’ll love next. This month, host Abby Jeffers catches up with Allegra and Dorian of Balcony, Columbus/Athens indie-rockers, to tell the story of how their band came to be, where they draw influence, and how … More The Nextwave Sessions: Episode One – Balcony

Album Review: Heroes Like Villains – Bad vs Evil

Columbus pop-punk group Heroes Like Villains has released music before – check out Indientry’s review of their previous EP, Amends – but the band’s debut album, Bad vs Evil, was released on September 7, 2018, and represents a definite shift in Heroes Like Villains’ sound. Where the band’s previous music was heavy and more punk than … More Album Review: Heroes Like Villains – Bad vs Evil