Album Review: Carriers – Now Is The Time For Loving Me, Yourself & Everyone Else

Though Americana and psych-rock might not traditionally be thought of as a good genre pairing, musical trio Carriers blends the two surprisingly well on their debut album, Now Is The Time For Loving Me, Yourself & Everyone Else. NITTFLMYEE is out August 23 on Good Eye Records and comprises nine mesmerizingly dreamy, warping rock tracks reflecting on life, loss, … More Album Review: Carriers – Now Is The Time For Loving Me, Yourself & Everyone Else

Single: the black watch – Mad

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

EP Review: Francie Moon – New Morning Light

With a neat blend of psych- and surf-rock, Francie Moon‘s three latest tracks serve as a teaser for the band’s music, providing only enough to get listeners caught on catchy hooks and driving rhythms. The band’s New Morning Light EP was released February 14 on Keeper Records, though a 7″ record became available the following day … More EP Review: Francie Moon – New Morning Light

The Nextwave Sessions: Episode Three – Trauma Illinois

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

Album Review: Curve Of The Earth – Mystery Jets

Curve Of The Earth, a fitting name for an album as spacey and dreamy as this one, brings to mind extraterrestrial beings, multitudes of stars, and galaxies beyond the comprehension of humans. Although the latest Mystery Jets album isn’t *quite* that intense, it’s definitely worth listening to. Curve Of The Earth manages to uphold several contradictions … More Album Review: Curve Of The Earth – Mystery Jets