End of the Year: Indientry’s Top 15 Albums of 2019

This post is part of Indientry’s End of the Year feature series. Check out Battle of the Bloggers 2019 and Indientry’s Favorite Tracks of 2019. 2019 was a long year full of excellent music. It is always difficult to remember what music was released in which year, but in 2019, there was something exciting being … More End of the Year: Indientry’s Top 15 Albums of 2019

End of the Year: Indientry’s Favorite Tracks of 2019

This post is part of Indientry’s End of the Year feature series. Check out Battle of the Bloggers 2019, and stay tuned for Indientry’s Top 15 Albums of the Year on Friday, December 20. 2019 was a long year, but it featured no shortage of excellent music; though it is, at times, difficult to remember … More End of the Year: Indientry’s Favorite Tracks of 2019

EP Review: Trying – I Just Can’t Feel the Rhythm

Columbus indie band Trying released a surprisingly intense, wonderfully catchy set of tracks with its second EP of 2019, titled I Just Can’t Feel the Rhythm, on Friday, December 6. Though the release clocks in at just over 10 minutes, it is remarkable, featuring haunting verses, beautiful clarinet melodies and much more noise than usual. … More EP Review: Trying – I Just Can’t Feel the Rhythm

EP Review: Trying – I Won’t Let You Lose the Rhythm

Columbus indie-pop passion project Trying appears softer than its previous work on I Won’t Let You Lose the Rhythm, its latest EP and the first installment of its second album, which will comprise this release, another EP and some additional tracks. I Won’t Let You Lose the Rhythm, out July 26, is an altogether-too-short, leave-fans-craving-more collection of four charming, … More EP Review: Trying – I Won’t Let You Lose the Rhythm

EP Review: Trying – Marathon of Fright

Halloween is objectively the best holiday of the year, but for some (unfortunate) reason, its music choices are limited. Whatever the reason, Trying is aiming to change the lack of spooky tracks with its “double-single” (AKA two singles in one), “Marathon of Fright.” The first, “Marathon of Fright,” clocks in at an unfortunately short 55 … More EP Review: Trying – Marathon of Fright