Posts Tagged: Indie Rock

Say Hello to a New Drowners: “On Desire” and On Point


With melodious guitar riffs, driving rhythms and smooth vocals to tie it all together, Drowners is a band on the brink of dominating the indie rock music scene. Following an extensive international tour in support of their debut album, Drowners’ follow-up record, On Desire is now available for pre-order and will be released internationally on June 24th, 2016 via Frenchkiss… Read more »

Freeloader Friday: The James Hunter Six, Sarah Neufeld & More


Attention Orchardites! Pause your ultimate Bieber playlist. Stop trying to sing like Adele. And for goodness’ sake, take a break from copping Drake’s crazy-uncle-at-your-annual-Thanksgiving-party dance moves. It’s Freeloader Friday and it’s time for me to show you what’s new at The Orchard. Check out this week’s highlights below. First up, get a taste of The James Hunter Six. A recent… Read more »

Freeloader Friday: Futurebirds, The Dears & More


Hold onto your Pumpkin Spice Latte because this is the FIRST Freeloader Friday of fall 2015! It’s true, I’m actually wearing a flannel shirt as I type this and I counted twelve pairs of Ugg Boots during this morning’s commute. Just kidding. But really. For you avid Freeloader Friday readers, you may remember our feature of the Futurebirds’ music video, “Deadbeat Hits.”… Read more »

Run, Don’t Walk for Clap Your Hands Say Yeah


It has been ten years since Clap Your Hands Say Yeah first started out as an Indie buzz band, and now with three full length albums out, CYHSY is no rookie at developing unique, ear-grabbing Indie rock tunes. Following the band’s most recent album, Hysterical, in 2011 and the 2013 EP Little Moments, Alec Ounsworth, the lead singer/songwriter… Read more »

Gimmie Indie Rock


So a couple of nights ago a couple of colleagues and I attended the Zach Galifinakis-hosted New York x New York magazine “Indie Rock Trivia Night ” and Les Savy Fav show at The Highline Ballroom. The sting of the rather princely $30.00 entry fee was assuaged by a 46-issue subscription to New York magazine,… Read more »