Tag Archives: indie-pop

IBG Interview – 7 Questions with….. KAIYA

Where dance and fashion meet music…Where poetry and philosophy are united in all the shades of the black-and-white piano palette…Where the silhouette touches a hungry canvas…Where the soft velvet of the voice is intertwined with the silky strings of interlaced melodies…From this rich and delicate matrix of artistry, KAIYA is continuously born. The sensual indie-pop
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Kylie O – Undertow Will Sweep You Away

At just 19-years-old, singer-songwriter Kylie Odetta, also known as Kylie O, has opened for acts such as Gavin DeGraw, Colbie Callait, Mat Kearney, Austin Mahone, and Kelly Pickler as well as headlined hundreds of her own shows. With just one listen, you can see that her music has a depth that goes beyond her years. We
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Sabbatical Year’s “The Hunting Party” Is Viciously Raw

Sabbatical Year is setting out for the kill with its new single “The Hunting Party.” The song will be included in Metropolitan, a multimedia project with video, photographs and music that will be released in June. “The Hunting Party” invites listeners to travel alongside lead singer Nick Margiasso and his enigmatic, adventuresome music. Its dark adventure describes a royally commanded hunting
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Fall In Love With First Hate and Their Debut Album

First Hate combines raw nostalgic emotion with ear-catching synthesizer in their debut album, “A Prayer For The Unemployed.” This is the male duo from Copenhagen’s first full-length album, following an array of widely listened to singles, such as “White Heron” and “Trojan Horse,” and two EP’s. First Hate’s first EP was released in 2014, but you’d never
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