Indie Rock

Indie twee rockers and The Guard favorite FMLYBND have been releasing a new song each month this year. Their latest offering, Euphoria, is one of the best tracks we’ve heard in 2015.
Chicago-native Ezra Furman's best new track, Restless Year, has a sunny pop sheen with existential angst buried beneath a singsongy chorus. It’s my favorite kind of sad white boy rock. Well done, sir!
The SoKo revival train rolls on with another cool new song off her upcoming LP, My Dreams Dictate My Reality. Like Who Wears the Pants? before it, Temporary Mood Swings is another homage to Patti Smith.
London duo AOSOON, short for A Lot Of Something Out Of Nothing, is back with their cool new song, I Spy. I Spy, off the just released Capo 3 EP, sounds like Kavinsky doing folk music.
We've been singing the praise of Los Angeles Alt. Rockers Bad Suns for awhile now, but their new video for Salt just might be their best work yet.
Packed with the perfect blend of lo-fi, harmonious pop and plenty of wonderfully weird, outlandish moments, Ariel Pink's latest effort, Pom Pom, will keep you entertained and guessing throughout its entirety.
The Budos Band released their first full-length album in over four years, and their horn-driven sound is more savage and lusty than ever. Burnt Offering is a great name for the album, because that’s just what it is.
Aussie songstress Chløë Black's debut single, 27 Club, is a wonderfully dark ode to the legions of absurdly talented musicians who have passed at the age of 27.

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