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Read This: Apples In Stereo's Robert Schneider ditched indie rock for the hip world of math

In the ‘90s, Robert Schneider co-founded the Elephant 6 Recording Company, a loosely defined music collective that brought the world indie darlings like Neutral Milk Hotel, Of Montreal, and Schneider’s own band The Apples In Stereo, but these days he has mostly retired from his music career to pursue something even… Read more...

Bassoonist settles age discrimination case

11 hours agoMusic / Classical : Slipped Disc

The former principal bassoonist of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has settled his case for unfair demotion. John Wetherill, 63, claimed in 2012 that the Indy and its Polish music director Krzysztof Urbanski were engaged in a strategy to ‘move out and replace’ senior players like himself with others much younger and cheaper. Wetherill was demoted to […]

Getting It Done: The Week In D.I.Y. and Indie Music

This week, our wealth of wisdom for those independent musicians looking to make it in the music industry covered how to organize your music industry team, what it takes to cultivate a successful relationship in the music industry, why play counts don't always translate to success, and much more. How...

Watch Vagabon Debut “Full Moon In Gemini” In Tiny Desk Concert

Last year, Læticia Tamko, the New York-based musician and onetime Band To Watch, released Infinite Worlds, one of the best indie rock debuts of 2018. Tamko, who's only been playing music for a few years, has already developed a distinctive and powerful voice, and it's cool to see her ascending to the point where she's…

The CD Business Isn’t Dying—It’s Just Evolving

As streaming takes over the music business, there are signs that the CD is still going strong–just not at Best Buy or Target. When the Los Angeles-based indie rock group Sure Sure left home for a nationwide tour last month, the band members didn’t think to take a lot of CDs with them. Show More Summary

New Music To Delight Your Ears - The Violet Kind

The Violet Kind From: Glasgow, Scotland With a name that conjures up images of tiny bedsits, dansettes and the complete back catalogue of Sarah Records you might expect Scottish trio The Violet Kind to be fey indie popsters and you wouldn't...Show More Summary

Soccer Mommy plays NYC with Phoebe Bridgers this week, streaming debut LP

Soccer Mommy opens for Phoebe Bridgers in NYC on Thursday (2/22) and Friday (2/23), and her hushed, lyrical indie rock is a perfect match for Phoebe's music. Ahead of the shows, she's streaming her debut album, which comes out on Fat Possum next week. Continue reading…

Dispatch will return to Chastain Park Amphitheatre for summer concert

BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Dispatch, the indie folk-jam band from Vermont, last summer released their first album in five years, “America, Location 12.” This summer, they’ll head on another tour to support it and will swing...

Wallows: West Coast rockers talk crowd-surfing, creating songs and their love for the Midwest

The Roxy. The Troubadour. The El Rey Theatre. Name an iconic music venue in Los Angeles and Wallows has already played a sold-out show there. Bursting onto the indie rock scene just shy of a year ago, the California-based band continues to pack houses at home and across the country. The most impressive...

Lauv - Getting Over You

Sounds like: GreatGoodFineOk, LANY, Manila Killa What's so good? Lauv's indie approach to pop music is a breath of fresh air.  Unlike the top charting pop acts, you still get a sense of emotion coming from this young artist. It's not a lifeless, robotic performance.   The production is easy to listen to and creates this late night, street light vibe. Show More Summary

Facebook Licensing Deadline Nears For Indie Musicians

The deadline for unaffiliated independent musicians and rightsholders to get paid for use of their music on Facebook by registering with the Harry Fox Agency's Rumblefish division is just 3 weeks away. Self-published songwriters and independent music publishers have until March 12th to opt in to a standardized direct music-licensing...

Rainer Maria made a playlist of music they dig ++ win tix to their NYC show!

The playlist includes fellow indie/emo vets The Van Pelt (who open Rainer Maria's Brooklyn show), as well as Limp Wrist, EMA, Flasher, Sade, Aye Nako, and more. Continue reading…

Getting It Done: The Week In D.I.Y. and Indie Music

Our suggested tips and tricks for artists looking to make it in the music industry this week covered reaching more fans with Facebook's new algorithm, how Google is now sending you more traffic than Facebook, the best way to develop your band "story", and more. Improving Your Reach With Facebook's...

Bandcamp Reports 'Stellar' 2017, Indie Revenue Up 73%

Bandcamp marked its 6th straight year as a profitable company in 2017 with revenue and usage on the indie music platform rising by double digits across multiple categories, including the sale of physical goods. Industry wide, physical goods sales fell 20% last year. ______________________________________ Bandcamp is reporting a record year...

What Does Your Music Distributor Do For You?

Janette Berrios, Director of Marketing from Symphonic Distribution talks with Music Business Weekly podcast co-host Jay Gilbert, about indie distribution and artist services like playlist pitching, sync licensing, YouTube and educating indie artists. Show More Summary

Stream Superchunk What A Time To Be Alive

Later this week, veteran North Carolina yelpers Superchunk, one of the greatest and most consistent indie rock bands of all time, will release their new album What A Time To Be Alive. The new LP follows 2013's great I Hate Music, and it has nothing to do with the Drake/Future album of the same title.

Getting It Done: The Week In D.I.Y. & Indie Music

This week we gave the music industry's scrappy self starters tips and advice on why they can't get their careers off the ground, essential YouTube metrics every artist needs to keep an eye on, how to diversify their music income without going insane, and much more! 5 Reasons Your Band...

Bill's Indie Basement (2/9): the week in classic indie, college rock, and more

This week in the Basement: a live album from Uranium Club, reissues of Scott "Spiral Stairs" Kannberg's post-Pavement records with Preston School of Industry, new music from Brooklyn bands Pale Lights and Air Waves, and Field Music cohorts SLUG. Continue reading…

Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Count It Up’ By Field Music

Field Music’s David Brewis of England was incensed by Brexit. It was a “proper Charlton Heston at the end of Planet of the Apes moment.” On Field Music’s new album, “Open Here,” the indie rock band reflect on a post-Brexit world, as well as the rise of United States President The post Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Count It Up’ By Field Music appeared first on Shadowproof.

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