Tag Archives: Alternative
Alt-rock band Switchfoot has released a music video for “Love Alone Is Worth The Fight”. This is from their recent Fading West EP (you can read my review here) and will also be featured on their full-length in January.
Check out this cool new music video from newly reunited band, His Legacy, for their new song “From the Outside In”, below.
Talking Trees is a new band fronted by Brandon James Ellis of Rocky Loves Emily. Brandon has been working hard on this project since Rocky Loves Emily parting ways with Tooth and Nail and the band taking some down time to catch up with their personal lives and write their 2nd full length album. Talking Trees plans on releasing a full length untitled album by the end of the year. You can buy the first single Weary Eyes here and listen to the track below.
Andy Zipf, now going by The Cowards Choir, has made something beautiful with Reunion. This is an album to be cherished, don’t pass it up.
This is Week 4 of our special Keep Quiet album stream. Today’s song is “Guilt” from the upcoming album “Odd New Celebrity” due out October 15th. Pre-orders are available right here and some bundles contain an instant download of the entire album.
Great Forest have a nice alternative rock sound that isn’t a carbon copy of anything else in the market right now, but this EP isn’t entirely memorable.
Indie/Alternative/Rock band Analog Apostles just recently released their debut EP titled “The Other Side Of The Sea”. You can purchase the EP from their webstore or iTunes. You can check our their song “Fortress” below. Fans of Hundred Year Storm, Edison Glass, Thicker Than Water, and The Lighthouse And The Whaler should like this.
Alternative band Luxury has finally announced that they are writing and recording a new record, their first since 2005, but they need your help to do so through Kickstarter. Go help them. Now.
The pop-folk worship duo Gungor has released two songs to stream off of their upcoming record I Am Mountain.
A great simple-but-not-too-naive alternative rock album to play in the car as your summer winds down when you don’t want something too thought-intensive.
I am just about 4 months late in posting this. Better late than never, right? Poor Old Lu’s “New” single, “The Great Unwound” is available for purchase on iTunes here. It’s a great song so purchase it!
Cody Bonnette and Christopher Lott of As Cities Burn abandon their creative barriers.
We are bringing you a new song stream from Relient K for their track “Can’t Complain” off “Collapsible Lung” due out July 9th on Mono Vs Stereo. Check it out below. Thanks to Merge PR for allowing us to stream this track.
It’s been almost 19 months since Hello Kelly announced their Kickstarter funding for their next album. Many changes have happened during that time, including a name change. Today, let me among the firsts to introduce you to Francy & The First-Time Feeling! Their debut self-titled album will be available on June 18th via iTunes,Bandcamp & Amazon. Check out their first preview track, Suitcase, below.
Lee Bozeman, lead singer of Luxury and part of solo projects Orient Is His Name and All Things Bright and Beautiful, has recorded and released a set of unused songs, titled “Lark”, for free on his bandcamp.
Eisley have posted a sampler on Noisetrade that includes 2 songs from their upcoming May 28th release, titled Currents, as well 2012′s Deep Space EP, and an acoustic version of “Ambulance” from The Valley. Download below.
CUSH has just released their third “Spirituals” EP, SP3.It’s available for free on their bandcamp for the next three days, or until they reach 500 downloads, so you better grab yours quick.
Paper Route have put their latest album, The Peace of Wild Things, on Noisetrade for a limited time. If you didn’t purchase this album when it came out, then do yourself a favor & check out the widget below.
Progress in Color, A band we’ve covered in the past right here at IVM, are back with a new ep release titled “Get Well”, that you can download on bandcamp for free right here (or below). Fans of Alive in Wild Paint, Terminal, Midnight Hour, Anchor & Braille, Muse, and Keane, will dig this. [Thanks Josh G. for the heads up]