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D2UR is back with ‘Right Now’

There is nothing more exciting for us here at Indie Band Guru than to see the growth and continued success of the artists we cover on our pages. Obviously the last couple years have had a damaging effect on the independent music scene overall. Too many great bands fell to the wayside by not being […]

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Neon Dreams Says “It’s All Good”

A blushing bassline hints at what lies ahead in the opening bars of the new single “It’s All Good” from Neon Dreams, but if you think this is exclusively what defines the framework of the act’s new release, you’re in for quite a surprise this September. Neon Dreams has been one of the more talked […]

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Present Company Shows Us Their Newest Release

Present Company are an alt-indie outfit out of Minneapolis Minnesota. The four-piece has released their second album, the self-titled Present Company. Their sophomore record shows off their style, full of tight grooves and quirky post-punk flair. Their sound arrives at a sonic intersection of bands like The National, LCD Soundsystem, Talking Heads, and The Smiths. […]

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Little Hurt Releases New Single “Cooler If U Did”

2022 has been a busy year so far for Alt-Pop artist Little Hurt (Colin Dieden, Ex-The Mowglis) with touring ramping up again.  He continues to explore the edges of Alt-Pop & Alternative Rock with new single “Cooler If U Did”, due to be released on Friday, 9/16. The song features a tight groove and a soaring atmospheric chorus that […]

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Jessi Robertson shares a powerful song with ‘Taking Out Monsters’

Personally, I always look forward to hearing Jessi Robertson return with new music. Since her debut album (Who We Are, What We Have Done), she has continued to impress with her captivating storytelling style in her songs. Letting her way with words and mesmerising voice work their magic. A trait that has continued in her […]

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The Joe Marcinek Band Impresses With ‘5’

As a talented musician, there are not many things better than an open jam session with other talented players. Different personalities blend together their styles to create unique music. Often never to be reproduced. Our discovery of the Joe Marcinek Band furthers my belief in this random jam musical magic. The Chicago based project is […]

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Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys Welcome Us To ‘Goth Beach’

With summer officially over we can look back at the warmer days with some fondness. The songs of summer are always some of my favorites. Those lazy days could get quite repetitive, and even boring sometimes. Along with the music. But this summer I stumbled upon a track that perked up my summer in quite […]

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Tough On Fridays showcases a different side with ‘Daisy’

Tough On Fridays are getting closer to the release upcoming album The Encore You Didn’t Ask For. Caleigh (guitar/vocals), Carly (bass/vocals), and Chris Schreck (studio/touring drummer) have already delivered a taster of what to expect with their EP Overboard! With it, they offered an impressive mix of sounds, including alt-rock, indie, and grunge. But in […]