Little Thoughts is a brand-new monthly guest post series where music fans and writers cover three albums, new or old, that they think deserve to be heard. The series itself is named after a Bloc Party song, a band introduced to me by my older brother Jacob Jeffers, so it’s only fitting that he’s featured in the … More Little Thoughts: Three Records with Jacob Jeffers
Happy new year! I know I’m not the only one thankful for a clean slate. 2017 was full of political, personal, and musical intensity; every week, there seemed to be something new and sensational. In my own life, I hit some of the lowest points I’ve ever hit as well as some of the highest, … More 2017’s Top Fifteen
Two years ago today, I wrote my first ever album review for Indientry. Yes, it was a review of Twenty One Pilots, but I’ve since branched out from the “mainstream”. Since July of 2015, I’ve published nearly 200 posts, including interviews with my some of my favorite musicians, reviews of my favorite albums, and me gushing … More Indientry Turns 2!
I am furious. I am angry. I am fed up.
I am sick and tired of musicians, especially in the pop-punk scene, getting away with sexual harassment and assault. … More Something Personal: I Am Fed Up
I know, I know, this isn’t one of my usual reviews. I have a good excuse, though – the past few months have been (mentally and emotionally) turbulent, chaotic, and pretty much all-around terrible. I tend to refer to these first three months of the year as the “Dark Days”, and 2017 has not been […]
2016 was quite a year. I’ve heard it described as a “terrible movie with a great soundtrack”, and I don’t entirely disagree. This year, we lost David Bowie, George Martin, Prince, Leonard Cohen, and so many more – and that was just in the music world! However, this year was full of excellent albums, and … More 2016 In Review
What do you love about the alternative music scene? Is it the universal acceptance and welcoming community, who don’t discriminate based on who you are or what you like? Maybe it’s the shamelessly honest attitude. Or, of course, what about the mind-blowing music that brings us all together? No matter what you answered, the annual … More 2016 APMAs: An Overview
Ten high school bands fought hard on Friday, February 26 at Central Ohio’s Battle of the Bands. Groove U, a two-year music industry program in Columbus, Ohio, hosted the contest. Through two semi-finals, East and West, and two Wild Card bands, ten artists were chosen to perform at Skully’s Music-Diner on Friday. Each band was given ten minutes … More Instaband: Battle Of The Bands
Happy Valentine’s Day from me to you. I don’t know about all of you, but my favorite part of this holiday is the music. It might not seem like that big of a deal, but the playlists and the creativity that goes into them makes me very happy. So, here are some of my favorite … More Happy Valentine’s Day!
2015 was a big year for music. As the year draws to a close, we decided to make a list of our top 10 releases. It includes everything from twenty one pilots to Tame Impala, and each record includes a summary, a tagline, and genres. We wish you all the best in the coming year, and … More Best Albums of 2015