We are back babeeeez with a playlist so hot that we were prohibited from playing on Earth Day for fear of global warming. Me, myself, and ten indie pop songs are here to add some sparkle to your day. We have to get cracking on the (...)
Below is a song that pretty much makes any music that we feature today sound basic. Metal-step/metal trap/ producers Qoiet have unleashed a single that leaps out at you like something from a horror movie. It (...)
Koruna & Lime is the third single off of Injury Reserve’s self-titled album dropping May 17th. Koruna & Lime is an obvious play on words… Corona & Lime, but instead of Corona they sub the word for the Czech currency (...)
The last time I heard a flute get this much action was when I watched Ron Burgundy perform a solo in the movie Anchorman. That scene made me realize just how underappreciated this sexy piece of woodwind (...)
Coachella (or as we're hereby dubbing it, #ASSCHELLA) may be over for another year, but don't be too sad because festival season is only just getting started, baby! Six straight months of live music and good times? BRING IT ON! Before (...)
Dark indie songstress Morgan Saint returns with another pop ballad that tears at your heart. Her single “God Bless Our Souls,” is perfectly suited for late nights when guilt and regret are eating at you (...)
HEALTH proved to us just how good industrialized music can sound. They also go on to prove just how well punk rap and industrial rock blend together. In fact, it’s so good it basically snatched off my hair extensions (...)
If there's one thing that we can count on to be there for us during tough times, it's music. As Beca explained over at Best Indie Songs, it's been a pretty rough week for me. Even during life's most inconsolable moments, however (...)
Falling in love is a strange, complicated rush of emotions. There's the adrenaline euphoria rush of hormones. There's the excitement of deep-diving into your lover's soul... But there's also the quiet (...)
Producer Goldroom says that today’s featured song “Yellow Flowers” helped him rediscover that feeling of wonder and possibility in his own music.” Yes Goldroom, you are on point. I remember eating (...)

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