The indie albums reviewed are terrific examples of a healthy indie scene that remains fertile year after year.
In Indie Showcase we can celebrate the abundance of exceptionalism, but lament the fact that much of the music will, by necessity, remain undiscovered.
Indie Showcase reviews artists The Winterlings, Stanleys, Coronas and others.
Indie Showcase: A look at Gerry Colvin, Grizzly Bear, Gordy Hunt, March to May and The Clientele.
Indie Showcase reviews artists Oh Susanna, Buffalo Tom, Garrison Starr, Co-Pilgrim, Rick Shea and more.
It makes sense to seek new sounds that provide the satisfaction of discovery. Here then, is a Indie Showcase sampling of new indie music.
A reviewer laments the loss of respect for the physical album and disregards the cheers about ongoing inroads made by downloads and streams.
Independent artist Art Carter’s new studio album, “Texture,” ticks all the boxes for a complete Americana feel, incorporating rock, blues, country and even gospel into one 15-song CD.
Australia’s Beltane Fire are best when rocking hard — head on, no BS, straight for the jugular.
Heartbreakingly beautiful is an immediate way of putting Keaton Henson’s song “No Witnessess.”