Band of the Month
We wrap up our 2012 “Band of the Month” series with a wonderful young band from Brooklyn, SWEAR AND SHAKE. Look for them on tour throughout earlier 2013 with G. Love & Special Sauce!
Our “Band of the Month” for November 2012, CHEAP GIRLS, is just finishing up a full US tour with The Front Bottoms. Check our interview with them and pick up a copy of their most recent release, ‘ Giant Orange’, produced by Tom Gabel.
Meet Faye Webster, singer & songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. At 15, she’s the youngest artist we’ve featured on TheBlueIndian.com and we’re pleased to have her as our “Band of the Month” for October.
Meet Junior Astronomers, a Charlotte, NC based act with one of the most captivating live shows we’ve ever seen, and our “Band of the Month” for September 2012
After switching things up from their 2011 debut, ‘Moonlight Revival’, Atlanta’s PONDEROSA returns with ‘Pool Party’, a shimmering look at what’s to come.
Introduce yourself to Wowser Bowser! They’ve crafted a perfect summer soundtrack and want to share it with you.
June’s featured BOTM comes from TheBlueIndian.com’s hometown of Macon, Georgia. The 4-piece is set to embark on their debut East Coast tour alongside label-mates Trufflelina.
Hailing from Madison, Wisconsin, All Tiny Creatures craft a uniquely textured sound that will surely carve out a comfortable spot in your music catalog. Perhaps you’ve seen them on tour recently with Bon Iver?
Young Benjamin is the Athens-based project of Matt Whitaker, a musician turned music therapist who has created a unique blend of electropop and guitar looping
It’s a new year and with that means changes. Resolutions. Weight loss. Cutting cigarettes. Eating veggies. We figured we would put all that aside and focus on something a bit more important. Starting this year, we will be featuring one band per month that we want to introduce you to so that you can mix […]
“..Reykjavík is definitely a place where most of our shows take place. It’s also very common for bands drive around the coastline of Iceland and stop in small towns to play shows. We call it “að fara hringinn”.
“The three of us have different backgrounds, different personalities, different things that make up our waking moments… the music is a blend of who we are and what we’ve been through… this is how we take it. The alternative is three unhappy people, and this is way cheaper than therapy.” – CUSSES