Mansell, an Atlanta collective that self-produces music, visual artwork and clothing, tackles the intensity of internal dissociation on their new indie R&B single, “Floyd,” out June 28. The trio, which comprises Holden Fincher, Grayson Arias and Trent Bilodeau, is in the midst of releasing several tracks for 2019, and though this is only the second … More Single: Mansell – Floyd
It’s difficult to categorize the black watch by genre, but the band’s latest single, “Mad,” out on Atom Records, is somewhere between post-punk, psychedelic and alternative rock. Elements characteristic of each of these genres work together with surprising cohesion to create an intricately-woven grungy love song. “Mad” opens with moderately grungy guitar chords and a bright melody … More Single: the black watch – Mad
The Nextwave Sessions is Indientry’s podcast designed to help you get to know a band we love and hope you’ll love next. This month, host Abby Jeffers meets with Cincinnati psych-rock band Trauma Illinois to chat about their band name, tour, and an exciting upcoming gig. To see more of Indientry, follow us @indientry on Twitter … More The Nextwave Sessions: Episode Three – Trauma Illinois
Bleacher Days’ latest pop-punk EP, “I Only Saw True Purpose,” stays almost too true to its genre; rocking guitars are combined with poppy melodies and driving rhythms to form a solid sound, and it’s nothing if not filled with angst. Similar to bands like Neck Deep, As It Is, and Sum 41, “I Only Saw … More Bleacher Days – I Only Saw True Purpose
The dichotomy between breathy vocals and heavy-handed alternative pop-rock instrumentals in Little Coyote’s “The Trouble With Teeth” is both catchy and cathartic; it’s often difficult to tell whether the consistently mournful feeling is from foggy vocals, hard instrumentals, or less-than-sunny lyrics. It’s an inviting sadness, however – rather than alienating, Little Coyote welcomes you with … More Album Review: Little Coyote – The Trouble With Teeth
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!