Tag Archives: indie pop

Honeycomb

I recently took a road trip with some friends, and as with any good road trip, accompanying it was music aplenty.  Much of that music was mutually appreciated among the three of us, but I came back from the trip with more new music to dig into than a person should. Probably the most significant […]

Hopeless Fountain Kingdom

It’s been two years since Halsey stormed the pop scene with her debut album Badlands, and she returned to the scene two weeks ago with her second full-length release, hopeless fountain kingdom.  As much of a juggernaut as she started off as, that’s a hard reputation to maintain, which begs the question: Will hopeless keep her in the […]

Gone Now

It’s been three years since Strange Desire marked the advent of Bleachers, the solo venture of Jack Antonoff.  You may know him from Steel Train, as the guitarist of fun., or perhaps from his number of collaborations, with artists like Taylor Swift, Sia, and Grimes, but with Bleachers he set out to establish a name for himself, […]

Young

Young is the debut full-length album of indie-pop artist Overcoats, in which the duo—made up of Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell—constructs a uniquely atmospheric and mellow journey filled with harmonies and electronic beats, clearly establishing themselves as an artist to keep an eye on. The album begins with “Father,” a minimalist, sub-2-minute track that’s light […]

Song Recommendation: “Barlights” by fun.

The majority of the population has heard – or at least heard of – Fun by this point in time, with their singles “We Are Young” and “Some Nights” both reaching the top 10 on the Billboard charts. What far fewer people are familiar with is their debut album, “Aim and Ignite.”  While their most […]