End of the Year: Battle of the Bloggers 2019

This year, alongside all of the traditional end-of-year lists, Indientry brings back one of its favorite features: Battle of the Bloggers. It’s a group feature with five musically-inclined folks who decided to defend their number one album of the year against everyone else’s – check out 2018’s feature. Make sure to check out their work as … More End of the Year: Battle of the Bloggers 2019

Q&A: Britt A.M. talks new album, oppression and protest songs

Feminist alternative rocker Britt A.M. released another glaringly honest rock record, this time titled Psychic Knots, on Friday, September 20. It’s an album that spans a fair range of genres, but each track centers Britt’s strong vocals and straightforward (and sometimes dark) lyrics. Just before the album’s release, Britt Meierhofer, the musician behind the project, told Indientry … More Q&A: Britt A.M. talks new album, oppression and protest songs

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