You may have noticed a redesign in the blog lately, namely in terms of its logo: While on a family vacation, I decided to vamp up the site, and that included a few minor design changes. That said, because of a combination of the new logo – which I’ve fallen in love with; I like … More Something Personal: Stickers!
Irish alt-rockers Ghost Accuser aim to provide “something solid” for listeners; on their latest album, Empty Orchestra, they have done just that. Ten punky alternative rock songs come together to make a cohesively dusky record, and the band’s claim that it brings together aspects of music from bands like Queens Of The Stone Age and The … More Album Review: Ghost Accuser – Empty Orchestra
In a world that’s ever-so-harsh, sometimes the only way to cope is by appreciating beautiful things, no matter what form that appreciation comes in: art, people, food, music, et cetera. With his latest album, We Are Like Coloured Moths Towards The Sunlight, hereby referred to as Coloured Moths for short, London-based singer-songwriter Valerio Lysander has created exactly … More Album Review: Valerio Lysander – We Are Like Coloured Moths Towards The Sunlight
Hey, all! It’s officially been three years (…and a few days…) since the inception of Indientry. I started this blog as a side project on July 17, 2015, and three years later, it’s central to who I am as a person. Indientry may not be huge, but it’s important to me for a never-ending list … More Something Personal: Indientry Turns 3!
For the past twelve days, Indientry has been silent; I was with eleven other teenagers on a backpacking and environmental service trip through Outward Bound, hiking a portion of the Appalachian Trail and helping out around Philadelphia. It was definitely exhausting, but I had fun with my crew and it was nice to take a … More Album Review: KNOTTS – IS IT ART YET?
It’s been a minute since I’ve posted here. June was crazy – between graduating, going out of town for a week, and nannying pretty much non-stop, I barely had time to breathe. July and August are shaping up to be equally chaotic, but I’m hoping to stay on top of the blog better by planning ahead. … More Something Personal: Looking Forward
Released earlier this month on June 16, Two Meters’ self-titled EP is a smorgasbord of sound. Jumping between dreamy pop and experimental folk, the only common thread is a gauzy sound and darkly haunting lyrics. The EP opens with “Left Behind,” a slow, dreamy shoegaze track about the death of frontman Tyler Costolo’s mother. Faded … More EP Review: Two Meters – Two Meters
After hearing Levi The Poet’s Cataracts, released earlier this year, I knew the four-year wait for between full-length records was worthwhile. I had been a fan for several years, although unfortunately, I missed his last Columbus show in November of 2017. I was fascinated by the subject matter in his music and his weekly newsletters, so … More Interview: Levi The Poet
For those searching for a solidly classic rock and roll album, Florida-based band The Blonde Tongues has come to the rescue with its latest release, Anxiety Dream. It’s grungy and garage-y, and everything about the album is rough around the edges in the best kind of way. Anxiety Dream opens with its title track; “Anxiety Dream” … More Album Review: The Blonde Tongues – Anxiety Dream
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. This month features Ben Whitted, a recently-graduated high school senior who is involved in a band called Iota Orator. We … More Little Thoughts: Three Records with Ben Whitted