ALBUM REVIEW: Anti-Flag Battles Trump and Establishment With 20/20 Vision

Punk music has always been a safe space for all kinds of anger, including that of fascists and white supremacists. When the Dead Kennedys said “Nazi Punks, Fuck Off!” in 1981, it didn’t come out of nowhere. Fascism and punk should be polar opposites, but the fascists in all their Continue Reading

Hello Forever to release new album in February

Hello Forever’s debut album, Whatever It Is (out February 21st), combines a wide range of influences from doo-wop and jazz to skiffle and R&B while elaborate arrangements juxtapose concise songs across this laptop-age “pocket symphony.”  The art pop collective’s signature harmonies and jovial, 60s influenced sound has been honed on Continue Reading

Rändi Fay releases latest single “Intuition” from upcoming album

True to her words, Rändi Fay does dream beyond what others dare, beginning her professional music career at an age where many begin to make plans for retirement.  After a hand injury forced her to leave veterinary medicine in 2001, she spent several years in non-profit work, but Rändi’s active Continue Reading

Magdalena Bay announce upcoming ‘A Little Rhythm and A Wicked Feeling’ EP and new single “How To Get Physical”

 Rising indie-pop savants Magdalena Bay have announced the upcoming release of A Little Rhythm and a Wicked Feeling, their new EP out March 13 via Luminelle Recordings, alongside their brand-new single “How to Get Physical.” The infectious track wrestles with that awkward feeling of not being comfortable enough in your Continue Reading

The Coolies sell out three pressings of their debut EP to benefit ALS research

The Coolies, which combined the late Kim Shattuck (frontwoman of The Muffs and longtime bassist of The Pandoras) with Melanie Vammen (also of The Pandoras and formerly of The Muffs) and Palmyra Delran (solo artist and The Friggs guitarist), raised over $15,000 for ALS research after selling out three pressings Continue Reading

Nowhere Nation release music video for “Hell From Heaven” from new concept album Omicron

Visionary rock band Nowhere Nation has released the official video for rock anthem “Hell from Heaven,” the final single and piece of the story off debut concept album, Omicron.  Omicron tells the story of a corrupt, beyond-secret government agency. Created by Arthur Blume and produced by Doug Rockwell (5 Seconds Continue Reading

George Perris releases official video for “Lay Down Your Love” from new album

Greek-French vocal pop sensation George Perris has released his new album Who I’m Meant To Be, an ingenious and soulful group of songs that explore topics ranging from sociopolitical issues to deeply-personal reflections on love. Today sees the release of the official video for “Lay Down Your Love”, which you Continue Reading

Names Without Numbers release new single “The Dragonfly and The Owl” from upcoming album

Indie Vision Music is proud to present the brand new full-length effort from Names Without Numbers (Omaha, NE / Council Bluffs, IA). This band took a long break between their debut in the early part of the last decade but are back with a powerful and incredibly catchy follow up, Continue Reading

Giants Chair release new single and video for “Kids Running” from upcoming album

Influential 90’s midwestern emo band Giants Chair is back after a 23-year absence. A new album, Prefabylon will be released on December 6 via Spartan Records and a music video for the new song “Kids Running” debuted recently.  A literal deep dive into their video archives, the clip consists of footage Continue Reading

The Grahams release new video for “Heartbreak Town”

Channeling the tenderhearted nostalgia of Carole King and the sentimentality of Joni Mitchell, indie rock band The Grahams have just premiered their latest video and single “Heartbroken Town” with Glide Magazine.  The track is the third single off their upcoming record KIDS LIKE US (set for release on March 6, 2020 via Continue Reading

The Japanese House releases new single “Chewing Cotton Wool” from upcoming album

Indie English pop artist Amber Bain, better known by her moniker The Japanese House, has recently released a new single, “Chewing Cotton Wool”.  The new single joins “Something Has To Change” as the second track taken from her forthcoming new EP (expected to be released in early 2020 on Dirty Continue Reading

HARLOE releases new single and video for “One More Chance”

Solo artist and Grammy-nominated producer/songwriter HARLOE has unveiled the music video for her latest single, “One More Chance.”  Lyrically, the track finds her asking for an opportunity to salvage her relationship and prove she can be a better person and partner to the one she loves. While her vocals glisten Continue Reading