Hey! so, yeah, 2021. Mama needed a break. But I’m back! with a fresh New Digs playlist 🙂 Listen now on Spotify and Apple Music. Here’s everyone were into this fall: Chime School // Wait Your Turn Wine Moms // Faces (Names) Church Girls // Basement Ben Darwish // Sleepwalkin The Rabbit Habit // Malady Ok Cowgirl //…Read More
New Digs – March
Hey friends! New Digs is refreshed for March with spring-worthy tunes and our faves from SXSW 2021. Listen now on Spotify and Apple Music. Here’s the list of everything we’re into from March 2021: VAN MARY / CONNIE CONVERSE POM POM SQUAD / LUX MAXIME ALEXANDER / UNDER THE SHADE WAXFLOWER / FOOD FOR YOUR…Read More
SXSW 2021: 5 Films to see, 5 Bands to Watch.
The Festival This year’s SXSW online took place March 16th-20th. So, I bought a pass and was very distracted trying to juggle fifty sessions that all aired at 11:15 a.m. on Day 1 and then played catch up all week trying to fit the ones I missed in between other very interesting sessions which thereby…Read More
New on Mixcloud: Radio Show #1: Dance-Punk Heaven
Radio Show #1: Saying hi and spinning favorites from our Dance-Punk Heaven playlist: LCD Soundsystem, Liquid Liquid, Bloc Party, Matt and Kim, Digitalism, Hot Hot Heat, Bush Tetras, and more. Get your body movin’. Listen on Mixcloud. Check out the full Dance-Punk Heaven playlist on Spotify & Apple Music. Follow @indiedigs.Read More
New Digs, refreshed.
Hey friends! The New Digs playlist has been refreshed with our favorites from the last month. Listen now on Spotify and Apple Music. Here’s the list of everything we’re into from February 2021: Pheelz / Wayward Girl Greentea Peng / Nah It Ain’t The Same Potty Mouth / Let Go Laure Briard / Não Me…Read More
4 Questions w/ Hayes Peebles
Hayes Peebles sure knows how to carry a tune. A mix of indie-folk and 1950s crooner, it’s easy, conveying clever insight with bare, intricate arrangements. Hailing from New York City, Hayes Peebles – whose latest release “$57.00” (featured above) dropped on January 22nd – started out with Hayes on lead guitar and vocals, Tim Lappin…Read More
Ben Kweller drops new album to kick off 2021 “Circuit Boredom”
Was pleased to wake up and start 2021 with a new album from the one and only Ben Kweller. 2002’s Sha Sha is a fave, and I’ve quite enjoyed his albums since. Circuit Boredom, coming six years after 2015’s Go Fly A Kite, is the much-welcomed indie pop I need to get me feeling ok,…Read More