Q&A: DOMI details band’s history and debut single

International alt-pop band DOMI released its debut single and music video earlier this year and is quickly making a name for itself; “Let Me Follow” is catchy and full of energy, and its shimmering hooks are borderline irresistible. It’s low, modern and poppy all at the same time as the band draws inspiration from their … More Q&A: DOMI details band’s history and debut single

Q&A: Shouldies frontman Yancey Ballard talks debut record and transphobia

With the release of its debut record, titled :), on March 22, synth-punk trio Shouldies made a strong statement of shiny pop and grungy goth glory. Despite its unusual darkwave sound and meaningful, political lyrics, the music lends itself surprisingly well to dancing. After the album’s release, Yancey Ballard, the frontman of the band, answered a … More Q&A: Shouldies frontman Yancey Ballard talks debut record and transphobia

Q&A: Steadfast Festival Founder Ryan Getz speaks on event’s success

By Zak Kolesar [Festival flyer courtesy of Steadfast Festival] Columbus is becoming a local music festival destination: a city where residents no longer have to travel across states to be exposed to different music scenes. Steadfast Festival is one of the daring events taking a ground-level approach that has contributed to Columbus’ success as a … More Q&A: Steadfast Festival Founder Ryan Getz speaks on event’s success

Interview: itoldyouiwouldeatyou

After releasing a debut album, indie punk group itoldyouiwouldeatyou dropped a dizzying music video for “Almost Zero”, a politically-inspired single off of the record. The single will be released on streaming services Friday. It’s an insightful track with an even cooler music video, and Indientry got the chance to ask front-person Joey Ashworth, who uses they/them … More Interview: itoldyouiwouldeatyou

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

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

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

Interview: deelanZ

deelanZ, self-proclaimed “queer pop-rocker” from Salt Lake City, is known for his volunteer work with Utah Pride as well as his catchy, visceral music. Almost a month ago, he returned with a cathartic new single, titled “Snake In The Grass”, about being left by his boyfriend after falling into a coma, and Indientry got to … More Interview: deelanZ

Interview: Alexander Lynch

“Cinematic” alternative R&B artist Alexander Lynch, operating out of a collaborative artist space in Detroit, makes music that is equal parts sultry and electronic. Recently, he released a single–”Wine Drunk”, embedded below–and Indientry had the opportunity to ask a few questions about it. Check out the interview below!     Indientry: What kind of music … More Interview: Alexander Lynch