Take a look at the creation of the soundtrack to the Anne Hathway-fronted film Song One, set in the bourgeoning Brooklyn music scene, with music by Jenny Lewis and Johnathan Rice.
Indie rockers Rozwell Kid take the pains of something not sitting well in the stomach and channel them into a song that really rips.
"Baby What's Wrong?" is an alluring cut of desert rock by the up-and-coming duo Whitehorse.
The second entry into PopMatters's six week behind-the-scenes look at the new album by the UK sibling trio the Rua is the lovely "Without You".
The latest tune by the Chicago rock outfit Molehill is an exercise in indie rock minimalism.
With elements of joyous soul and smooth bluesy rock, JJ Grey & Mofro's "Every Minute" bodes very well for their forthcoming album, Ol' Glory.
Aimed squarely at house parties across Italy’s suburbs, TerronRissa dispense their rhymes with humor and easygoing charm.
The charming duo Complicated Animals is releasing a new EP and forging a new sound, one they are calling "Indie Nova".
Now53 is a big party, and all of the biggest and brightest stars in music of the present are invited.
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