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February 6, 2021

Support Indie Vision Music With a Button

I am enabling the PayPal donation button here on Indie Vision Music. Since this is a self-run hobby inspired website run in my off hours away from work, the financial burden can sometimes outweigh the positive outcomes of this site. There are costs involved in operating IVM, little things but unfortunately they add up. There are still bills to pay. If there is anything IVM can offer in return, please let me know in the comments and I’ll gladly support the best I can. Even just $5 can go a long way.… Continued →

April 12, 2020

Indie Vision Music Introduces Light and Dark Theme On All Browsers

This week, Indie Vision Music introduced our very first theme switch design that allows you to alternate between “Light(side)” and “Dark(side)”. Pick your side and choose wisely! Kidding, but seriously this new theme switcher is pretty awesome. Just tried it on desktop Google Chrome and the “Light” one looks amazing. It works on both mobile or desktop versions of the Indie Vision Music website. I have long been wanting to switch up the site and offer the option of a lighter color so I feel as though this option is best move for us because it retains the original (2016) colors while also incorporating a lighter aesthetic.… Continued →

March 7, 2020

The Return Of The Letter Black!

The Letter Black is getting off the bench and back into the game! The hiatus is over and virtually everything new that you could expect from a band…is happening with these guys. There’s more to come in the way of specifics, but if you like your hard rock, this is very welcome news! Make sure to check out the video below, but if you’re wondering if they’re doing something, the answer sounds like a yes. So check out their announcement video, which we’ve linked to below and get ready for some new…everything!… Continued →

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December 13, 2012

REVIEW : Kate York - New

Independent artist Kate York has released her 2012 EP, 'New', featuring a duet with Leeland 'For Your Glory' that was featured in the TV Series Nashville. Here is the review.