Swedish and Ugandan singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and dancer Pheeyownah‘s debut album, SILVER, was released on Friday, May 3 and marked a strong start to the musician’s discography. Packed full of R&B instrumentals and driving percussion, SILVER is nothing short of mesmerizing. The influence of Pheeyownah’s history as a dancer is clear on nearly every track. Her music is … More Album Review: Pheeyownah – SILVER
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?
“Cinematic” alternative R&B artist Alexander Lynch, operating out of a collaborative artist space in Detroit, makes music that is equal parts sultry and electronic. Recently, he released a single–”Wine Drunk”, embedded below–and Indientry had the opportunity to ask a few questions about it. Check out the interview below! Indientry: What kind of music … More Interview: Alexander Lynch
By now, you all must know about the series of coincidences that led me to Andy Suzuki & The Method’s subway pop-up show and my album review. After that, I sent his manager an email, and while I was going stir-crazy on a family vacation looking for something to do (I’m definitely not a beach person!), … More Interview: Andy Suzuki (& The Method)
Sometimes, you get to discover a band in a seriously cool way. In this case, I quite literally stumbled upon Andy Suzuki & The Method – I was on my way downtown and walked past a pop-up show in a New York City subway station. Immediately, I was hooked, running back to get a glimpse … More Album Review: Andy Suzuki & The Method – The Glass Hour
Oh Wonder, a London-based duo, has one of the most unique debut stories of all time. In September of 2014, Anthony West and Josephine Vander Gucht set out to write, record, and release one song a month for a year. The two pulled it off, releasing their debut self-titled album in early September 2015. The … More Album Review: Oh Wonder – Oh Wonder