Tag: indie rock

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10 unsigned emo bands to keep an eye on in 2021

How many unsigned emo bands can you remember from the 2000s? Probably few enough to count on one hand, right? Well, fortunately, times are changing. Long gone...
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Here are 10 of the most unexpected collabs to come from 2020

What's better than a new track by one of your favorite artists? That's easy: a collaboration between multiple favorites. Despite all odds, 2020 has proven...
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QUIZ: Can you match these ’90s alternative artists to their hit song?

We all love ’90s music in some way. Even if you aren’t blaring “Everlong” on your way to work, artists of the time set...
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Here’s how Joe Keery helped Finn Wolfhard on the Aubreys’ new single

Just like all of us, Finn Wolfhard’s year was screwed all the way up. The Stranger Things actor and frontman for the indie-rock duo...
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G-Eazy dropped an indie song and the internet doesn’t know how to react

G-Eazy is best known for being a rapper but his latest song sees him branching away from hip-hop beats into melodically-tinged indie rock. He revealed "Free Porn,...
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Is this a Something Corporate, Jack’s Mannequin or Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness lyric?

Andrew McMahon is arguably one of the hardest-working musicians in the alternative scene, having started his first successful band Something Corporate in high school....
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Partial Traces deliver dreamy indie-rock single “Ornamental”—listen

Minneapolis-based indie-rock act Partial Traces are gearing up for the release of their sophomore album, Low Definition. Featuring members of Banner Pilot, Dear Landlord...

Cursive announce first new album in 6 years, ‘Vitriola’

Midwestern indie godfathers Cursive are back with their first ominous dose of angular, heartbroken rock in six years. Below, hear frontman Tim Kasher and...