Indie music blog. Their music, our words, in perfect harmony.
I love music. I love people who love music. I love people who make music. But, most importantly, I love people who share music. That’s a whole lotta love. This week’s #MusicMonday is brought to you compliments of friends who have shared music with me, and the bands they shared, whose music I (….wait for it…) loved.
Genre: Americana Folk-Pop Their sound in 5 words: Heartfelt, Energetic, Organic, Optimistic, Catchy.
Jackson LeBeau and Company are currently in the studio recording their first full length album. Once released, they are planning a tour to follow. Until then, you can download free music here, or find them on iTunes, SoundCloud, YouTube, Spotify, and Google Play.
Genre: Rock/Indie Rock with a hint of Grunge Their sound in 5 words: Punchy, Anthemic, Bold, Unflinching, Energetic.
Partisan is back in the studio next month, with new tracks to be released during the summer, and an album out near year’s end. You can see them live on March 24 at The Shed in Leicester and at Business Rocks in Manchester in April. If you aren’t lucky enough to make it to the shows, you can find their music on SoundCloud, ReverbNation, iTunes, Spotify, and Google Play.
Genre: Alternative Rock/Indie Rock or, in David’s words, “Lumber Goth Flannel-Core Coffin Rock” (You gotta love a musician whose humor is as brilliant as his music). Their sound in 5 words: Springy, Dangly, Hoarse, Noisy, Sleepy.
Harbors is currently in the studio, with a new demo to be released on SoundCloud in a few days. Give a listen to their current fave song, Rust, for a hint of what’s to come. Once complete, they plan on touring the new album, hopefully to a city near you. Until then, you can hear more from Harbors on YouTube and iTunes.
Genre: Rock/ Alternative Rock with a splash of Post-Hardcore Their sound in 5 words: Big!, Loud, Dynamic, Exciting, Personal.
Harken is currently busy in the studio working hard on new music. They are looking forward to a busy and productive year, and send a big shout out to all their fans and new listeners. Until tour dates are announced, you can find them on YouTube and Bandcamp.
Genre: Pop-Punk/ Alt=Rock Their sound in 5 words: Catchy, Fun, High Energy, Innovative, Electric
Diamond Days has just released their new video, People Change, from their upcoming EP out later in 2016. You can catch them live at The Live Rooms in Chester on April 15 and The Asylum in Chelmsford on May 14. If you aren’t lucky enough to be in the area, then you can find their music on YouTube, iTunes, BandCamp, Spotify, Amazon, and Google Play.
We’re curious to know what you think of the bands we’ve shared, and would love to know what’s currently on your playlist. So, feel free to comment, and share some tunes with us.