Our friends over at Press Here Publicity sent over Chief’s debut single, “Night & Day.” Download it for FREE here!
After opening for Washed Out at one of The Blue Indian’s shows back in April, people haven’t stopped asking me about this guy since. Josh McGinty releases, “It’s Time to Grow Friends Adaptation.”
Title-track single off Panda Bear’s new record, “TOMBOY” set to release July 13, 2010!
Manchester Orchestra announce that they’ll play this year’s Austin City Limits Festival!
Dignan received a lot of questions asking where one could buy the “Tangled Woods” (EP), and though they released “Tangled Woods” as a free, limited-time Christmas present in December of 2008, they’ve decided to release it on iTunes for everyone to enjoy. ONLY $2.97!
You’ll begin to hear more and more about Blue Hawaii and their dazzling debut cassette release, “Blooming Summer” in the days to come. Arbutus Records gives you the option of ordering the cassette or downloading the album for free. Your choice.
O’Brother books their month of June with popular indie band, Deas Vail. Even better? They confirm that they’re playing Cornerstone 2010!
Tonight at 6pm, photographer extraordinaire, William Haun will be displaying his latest work at the Douglas Theatre at 6pm. Come out for food and drinks and enjoy a great “First Friday” night – one of Macon’s most popular events.
Rolling Stone has labeled him as a one-man show crafting “impossibly gorgeous pop that mixes up woozy synthesizers, droney shoegaze textures and funky, sometimes danceable beats.” He’s not what you think though. After hearing the music of Ernest Greene, more popularly known by his stage name, Washed Out, it becomes actually difficult to imagine the […]
TheBlueIndian.com Presents WASHED OUT
Saturday, April 17, 2010 at The 567 Cafe, 567 Cherry St., Macon, GA