• Chris Murphy – Red Mountain Blues

    Inspired by the work of legendary sidemen like David Lindsey, violinist Chris Murphy has piled up a substantial legacy as something his influences didn’t dare...

  • Katie Burden – I Can See It Clear

    Los Angeles-based (by way of Colorado, then NYC and San Francisco route) alternative artist Katie Burden blends electronics and rock into her singer-songwriter compositions on...

  • Un5gettable – Sorry

    There’s no band or performer out there offering the specific experience that Un5gettable brings listeners. These five longtime musical theater performers have formed an impressive...

  • Swoone – This Bullet Never Kills

    London-based, self-described “dream-folk” duo Swoone consists of Siobhan De Mare (vocals) and Gary Bruce (music).  De Mare and Bruce are newly signed to Wyatt Parkin’s...

  • Late Cambrian – Thanks For Your Time

    One of my favorite trios is back with another catchy tune as the Brooklyn-based Late Cambrian recently released Thanks For Your Time, the 3rd single...

  • Maddy O’Neal – Just A Glimpse

    Denver, Colorado-based musician, producer, and mixer Maddy O’Neal, formerly of electronic hip-hop duo Krooked Drivers, has started carving out a path as a solo artist. ...

  • American Anymen – Selectively Stupid

    Brett Sullivan, the founder of NYC-located anti-folk/punk band American Anymen, rages mightily against the machine that has destroyed the American dream on the band’s new...

  • The Chainsmokers – Don’t Let Me Down (Illenium Remix)

    Those who know me can attest how I tend to have a very broad range of music that I enjoy. While EDM is not near...

  • JPTR Interview

    I had the pleasure of having a brief interview with the entity of JPTR which I hope you enjoy! IndieMusicReview:  Hello!  Who, or what, is...

  • JPTR – Attack

    “JPTR is everything.”  That’s the tagline of future-pop duo JPTR, a self-described “artificial”, avant-garde music project that elicits very real emotions. KIU (vocals, drums) and...