• Josh Phillips – New Beginnings

    Nashville transplant, via the Windy City, Josh Phillips debuts with an impressive six song EP entitled New Beginnings. The famed novelist Tom Wolfe, author of...

  • Claudia Norris – Shine

    Claudia Norris’ Shine kicks off with a statement of intent; the opener Tonight guaranteed to send its audience hurtling into the nightlife ready to shake...

  • Late Cambrian – Yearbook Photo

    The Brooklyn-based indie trio Late Cambrian are back in a big way with Yearbook Photo, the second single from their upcoming EP Dark Heart which...

  • Adam Levy – Naubinway

    Naubinway is an album built around a dark time in singer/songwriter Adam Levy’s life. His son Daniel sadly took his own life, an occurrence that...

  • Our Girl – Level

    Brighton, England-based trio Our Girl released a 2-song, limited edition 7” in vinyl format this past December on Cannibal Hymns. Soph Nathan, Josh Tyler, and...

  • LUST – Lovender

    Have you been pining a long while for a dream-pop band that knows how to balance the concise hooks of a pop song with the...

  • The Stollers – Stationary Sun

    Brad and Lesley Stoller, New York natives hailing from a family with an extensive artistic pedigree, are reminders of earlier time but write and perform...

  • Gustaf Axel 01-21-16 (Live @ The Way Station)

    On a cold winter night, I made the trek to Prospect Heights in Brooklyn to catch my good friend Gustaf Axel (front man for Goodbyemotel)...

  • Gnarly Karma – Classic Breeze

    Gnarly Karma is a band that hails from Long Island, New York. Although they originally formed a few years ago, Classic Breeze is their first...

  • Linden – Bones

    Long time readers of IndieMusicReview know that I have been on the Linden bandwagon for awhile now. I was really impressed by my initial discovery...