Q&A: LA rock group Frieda’s Roses talks debut album and musical history

Though young, Los Angeles rock band Frieda’s Roses released an impressive debut on June 28 via Mika Records. Titled Jessica Triangle, the 12-track album has received plenty of positive press, and for good reason: the record is incredible, channeling rock and surf influences to create an album that’s energizing, rich and catchy. Greta and Ava, two members of … More Q&A: LA rock group Frieda’s Roses talks debut album and musical history

Q&A: Singer-songwriter Lydia Evangeline details musical history and newest EP

Singer-songwriter Lydia Evangeline, a musician with years of experience creating and performing with other creatives, returned to the music world with the release of her latest EP, Twenty Four, on Friday, July 12 via Bespoke Records. The EP is a beautiful collection of five tracks that range from intimate to summery to anthemic, and in the … More Q&A: Singer-songwriter Lydia Evangeline details musical history and newest EP

Q&A: Fellow Robot explains new sci-fi concept album series

California indie-rock band Fellow Robot is no stranger to political music; the band’s latest record, The Robot’s Guide To Music: Volume 2, is the group’s second release and the second in a trio of sci-fi concept records, and it is no exception. The Robot’s Guide To Music series follows the tale of Fellow Robot, the band’s namesake … More Q&A: Fellow Robot explains new sci-fi concept album series

Q&A: Indie-pop musician JULA details debut single, beauty myths and upcoming EP

Indie pop musician JULA‘s debut single, “Leave,” is sophisticated in both sound and lyrical content – it’s layered yet unpretentious, deep yet straightforward, and JULA’s smooth, dark vocals shine against a resonant background instrumental as she croons about loneliness. However, “Leave” is only the beginning for JULA; she also has an EP, PHOENIX, coming out later … More Q&A: Indie-pop musician JULA details debut single, beauty myths and upcoming EP

Q&A: Punk rock trio Potty Mouth on SNAFU and tour

Punk-pop-rock group Potty Mouth is in the midst of quite a year: with the release of their new album, SNAFU, on March 1 and a long string of tour dates for essentially the entire summer, the musicians are showcasing an energy that matches that of their record. SNAFU is the band’s first full-length since Hell Bent, their debut, … More Q&A: Punk rock trio Potty Mouth on SNAFU and tour

Q&A: Merival talks debut album and lessons of vulnerability

Singer-songwriter Merival‘s debut album, Lesson, is full of swooning, dynamic melodies and gorgeously smooth vocals. Out June 21, the album pushes and pulls between tension and release as Merival – AKA Anna Horvath – attempts to make sense of life. After the release of Lesson, Anna talked with Indientry about the album, her musical and personal evolution … More Q&A: Merival talks debut album and lessons of vulnerability

Q&A + Playlist: Tragic Sasha explains new, empowering pop single

  Singer-songwriter and electronic pop artist Tragic Sasha released her latest single and first release of 2019, “Cake,” on May 29, and it’s a wonderful, whirlwind pop experience of bitterness and synthesizer. Sasha was kind enough to answer a few questions about the single and curate a ten-song playlist for Indientry, so check out “Cake,” … More Q&A + Playlist: Tragic Sasha explains new, empowering pop single

Q&A: Shortly’s Alex Maniak details summer plans and two new singles

Shortly, the solo alternative music project of Detroit native Alex Maniak, has a busy summer planned: after releasing two singles, titled “Haven” and “Mapping,” Maniak recently co-headlined a tour with South Carolina group Small Talks and has an array of other opportunities lined up, including an appearance at the Detroit date of the Sad Summer … More Q&A: Shortly’s Alex Maniak details summer plans and two new singles

Q&A: Grimalkin Records members and manager Nancy Kells explain collective’s mission and background

Grimalkin Records, a music and zine collective based out of Richmond, Virginia, is relatively new. With three releases in 2018 and several lined up for 2019, however, the collective is already working hard. Grimalkin is not genre-based, instead focusing on releasing and promoting music by queer people of color (QPOC). The label itself is run … More Q&A: Grimalkin Records members and manager Nancy Kells explain collective’s mission and background

Q&A: Hate Club explains new EP and dealing with house fire

Indie-punks Hate Club delayed the release of their EP A Clear Mistake in early March after lead singer Noah Bondy’s apartment burned down–shortly before the band was slated to put out the EP and leave for a SXSW-centered run of shows. In fact, the EP’s cover is now a photo of Bondy’s apartment on fire. The quartet … More Q&A: Hate Club explains new EP and dealing with house fire