Tag Archives: indie
Indie pop/CCM artist Jessa Anderson has released her album Whole today. Check out the lyric video of the song ‘Idols’, the first single from the album, below.
I had the privileged opportunity to interview Kim Caro who is the vocalist for upcoming indie rock band B Is Bridgie. She shared how they got to know producer Scott Silletta, people who she wished or wish she could collaborate with, and her fancy for bottle cap art.
Future of Forestry are known to have grandiose tendencies, but this EP gives Eric Owyoung the chance to show off his great abilities as a vocalist.
K-Love is premiering Rend Collective’s brand new video for the track “My Lighthouse” which you can watch below. The song appears on the band’s upcoming March 17th release, titledThe Art Of Celebration.
Jacob Montague’s “All Creatures – Volume One” is a masterpiece; a beautiful blend of Sufjan Stevens and Son Lux wrought into worshipful Psalms.
Indie pop/CCM quartet Anthem Lights have debuted lyric videos for ‘You Have My Heart’ and ‘The Unknown’, both from their second album You Have My Heart, released independently on February 4th 2014. Check out the videos below.
Australian indie rock band Silver Cities have released their album, ‘Lights’ in December 2013. Check out the review.
Brandon Jones says it best, “This band plays a spirited blend of dreamy, progressive indie rock mixed with the ambience of post-hardcore, to create a sound all their own. This independent band is fast on the rise and it’s time you check them out”.
Oklahoma City based rock/pop group New Westerns, who we just recently told the world about, have released a new Christmas Single just in time for… well, you know. You can check out “Snow” and the Piano version of “Snow” on iTunes. For just under two bucks, you can land yourself a new synth/pop Christmas addiction.
While you’re doing that, be sure to check out our “Ultimate Christmas Playlist” and judge for yourself if thi…
Aaron Strumpel, the extremely unique and gifted artist responsible for psalm based masterpieces Elephants and Birds, has announced his new project, Bright Star. It will be his first specifically worship album since he released his two Enter the Worship Circle albums.
In an effort to fund his new album (due for release next year), Josh Garrels has put the soundtrack for his documentary The Sea In Between on Noisetrade for free. However, you can donate to your heart’s desire in exchange for the incredible tunes. If you liked the soundtrack, you can also purchase/rent the film here.
Jess Penner is releasing her new solo album “Building Heaven” in January and you can watch a teaser video with clips of the new songs, below.
Oklahoma City’s own New Westerns are starting to make some noise. The band, formed in 2013, consists of lead singer Jon Gorham, drummer Clint Kirby, bassist Josh Marshall, and keys/guitarist Austin Cannon. With influences like The Killers, Keane, and Ellie Goulding, the four set out to take the Pop/Synth genre by storm.
Be sure and check out their website for a sample of their debut EP and more.
Brooks Paschal the lead singer of Sullivan has posted on his personal Facebook page about an upcoming project coming from the band called Undressed coming out November 24th. Its not clear as to if Undressed is just a single or something more. Be sure to check back as it gets closer to the date to learn more about Undressed. You can view the artwork below.
Sullivan disbanded back in 2007 after releasing Cover Your Eyes on Tooth & Nail Records and now 6 years later Sullivan is back with a brand new album called Heavy Is The Head coming out in 2014. You can listen to a new song called Profile below.
As I am sure you know, art can be expressed in many different forms. Artists can be defined as musicians, actors, painters, baristas, costume designers, carpenters, beat poets, and many more titles. In theatre, there are certain talented actors that can be identified as “Triple Threats” (possessing the skills of singing, acting and dancing). While singer-songwriters are quite common in the music industry, Gayle Skidmore can be identified as far more than that.
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.
I was fortunate enough to be able to have a lengthy interview with Andy Zipf over email. We discuss everything from why he has changed his name to The Cowards Choir and his song writing process to whether or not Deckard from Blade Runner is a replicant. We had a great conversation, I hope you enjoy it.
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.