Best New Indie Pop

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 (...)
Berkeley producer/singer/songwriter's Emmit Fenn’s single "Overflow" is ebullient yet reserved, gushing with emotion yet static and steady. Read our review to find out more! In the tarot deck, the 3 of cups is called (...)
Our love for Indie Pop music is more real than the bond that holds Justin Beiber and Hailey, it’s stronger than the snatching grip of a Kardashian. We’ve basically sold our social and free time in exchange for music (...)
Palmistry is back with new material. And this time he’s partnered up with another musical genius, Sophie, to create the sound of “Water.” Together the two create a fluid sound that basks in a pool of playful synths.
On “bad guy” burgeoning pop superstar Billie Eilish positions herself as the villain. She doesn’t bother with any of that anti-hero nonsense that’s been the rage for the entire millenium (if not longer). She knows exactly who she is and what she’s doing.
The alt-pop artist, triple-quadruple threat, Sky Ferreira marks her return to music with a disturbingly haunting single. “Downhill Lullaby” leaves listeners nodding their head in approval.
With under a thousand plays on Spotify, Australian songstress Skarlette is an absolute hidden gem silently entering our world with her cinematic single “Where.”
Our Best of Indie Pop Songs column says a lot about the times we live in. It also says a lot about the people who tune in every week to discover new songs, so our advice to you that you didn’t ask for is … you better tune in because you don’t want to miss this week’s music highlights.
Feeling stressed? Decompress with DENM's "Life Too Short," a dose of breezy, optimistic Garage Pop for the early spring.
As my half-awake brain types this week’s pop music highlights all I ask is that you turn up the volume now because we’re diving straight into 10 curated songs that you should know about.
While we’re all basking in the afterglow of Solange and 2 Chainz dropping a couple of nukes on us this past Friday, the pop culture world is reeling as titans Luke Perry and King Kong Bundy left this mortal coil earlier in the week. The crushing, never ending change of creation is the one constant in life.
Welcome back everyone to another edition of We Are: The Guard’s Best of Indie Pop. I hate to be rushing today’s feature a bit but I’ve got a baby in the oven waiting to come out and she literally can pop out any second. Perhaps today’s songs will help her come into the world a bit faster.

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