Nashville based brother/sister duo, Judd and Maggie, have put out several solid records over the last couple years. Their most recent release “Kingdom of Noise” is still available for FREE download through Noisetrade. Blue Indian recently had the privilege of interviewing the duo.Jug bands listen up! Blue Indian: Thanks for chatting with Blue Indian. Judd and Maggie: You […]
Dignan, a band from McAllen, TX, a community that’s 95% Hispanic, certainly did not disappoint tonight. Sweet Lord, they brought the house down! Being a pretty devout fan of Dignan, especially their older stuff, I had big expectations upon downloading their latest album, “Cheaters & Thieves.” Needless to say, they did not disappoint. After coming off a jam-packed tour […]
Check out Luke’s interview with Cryptacize!
“I was introduced to Eric Peters’ music two years ago and have been hooked ever since. Eric writes music with his frailities at center stage. His melodies stick with you, but it’s his lyrics that do a number on your soul, reminding you of your own humanity and the hope that lie within. His new […]
“I’m a product of the 80’s and my musical taste was shaped largely by bands like The Pixies , REM , U2 , Echo and the Bunnymen and other underground bands of that time. It was the era of epic art-rock and smart pop. I ate it up. This record certainly nods to my influences […]
A sarcastically, self-proclaimed Manly Man, Bradley Hathaway calls Goshen, Arkansas home. After graduating high school in 2000, Hathaway attended the University of Arkansas where he would major in Philosophy and double-minor in religious studies. After he got heavily indulged in writing poetry, he felt the need to drop out of school to pursue a career with his […]
Luke Goddard of The Blue Indian sits down to chat with Ernest Greene – the man behind Washed Out!
LAKE, a band out of Olympia, are a 6 person band signed to K Records. Their blissful harmonies, layered over crisp bass tones and the celestial sound of keyboard and guitar, could cure cancer. They have toured across the world several times with such talented acts as Adrian Orange and Her Band, Half Handed Cloud, Laura […]
An Icelandic indie-folk band, Seabear is quickly becoming one of the more prominent acts out of Iceland, along with Bjork and Sigur Ros. Once a one-man show, Seabear, over the years, have evolved into a 7 person band who’s names are: sindri, örn ingi, guggý, inga, kjartan, dóri, sóley. Signed to Morr Music, a record […]
Formed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1998 by singer/songwriter Matt Pond, Matt Pond PA (commonly typeset as matt pond PA, or mppa for short), in 2003, moved to New York. His music has been featured on shows, such as the OC, and others. As his band has sort of evolved over the years, Matt Pond PA […]
A native of Nashville, TN, Aaron Roche and his wife, Whitni, moved to Riverside, CA (close to LA) so Whitni could finish her Masters in English. Not exactly sure how long they’ll be there, but as you’ll hear in this Blue Indian Phone Q&A;, Aaron loves it in Cali. He’s an indie folk-singer/songwriter, but currently, […]
Not sure if there’s a band out there as comfortable with being on the road non-stop as The Winter Sounds. In 2007, they played 217 shows– leaving room to be home for Christmas, Easter, Halloween, Labor Day, and the rest. Seriously, they embark on the mystery of big tours consisting of 217 shows as easy […]