Best New Indie

Rest assured that we don't plan on slowing down this Monday morning! In fact, we're only getting started with this latest edition of New Indie Music, which this week features tracks from Chelsea Wolfe, Ben Khan, The Essex Green, David August, Justice, and much more!
Let's ease back into reality after the holidays with the latest edition of We Are The Guard's Top Indie Songs, featuring Christine and the Queens, Passenger, XYLØ, The Interrupters, Slowdive, and five other favorites!
We've been busy as ever filtering through the blogosphere for the top indie tracks of the last seven days. As we flip our calendars over to July, come and get a musical fix this Monday morning with the latest edition of Best Indie Songs, featuring Mitski, Miya Folick, Young Fathers, Gorillaz, Death Grips, and more.
We're excited to see what the next few weeks are going to bring us. If this latest edition of We Are: The Guard's New Indie Music is anything to go by, it's only set to heat up around here. Check out the following tracks from Florence + The Machine, Nine Inch Nails, Alice Glass, Darwin Deez, Melody's Echo Chamber, and more.
If the We Are The Guard Spotify Weekly Chart isn’t the highlight of your week then I don’t understand you. From the bottom of our hearts we love our readers and only want to share our love of music with the whole world (wide web). We’ve got thirty-three of the hottest tracks tearing up the charts.
Haris sings about the excitation of a well-kept secret in a silken falsetto, reminiscent of an un-jaded The Weeknd or early Michael Jackson over a funky synth bassline and soulful disco beat. Hush brings to mind late '90s neo-soul, most notably Jamiroquai.
As another working week rolls round, we're up and running once again this Monday morning with the latest edition of Top Indie Songs, featuring Arcade Fire, CHROMATICS, Dirty Projectors, and more!
We’ve made it to what I’VE been personally looking forward to all YEAR — the FIFA World Cup, baby! So if you don’t mind me, I’ll be MIA for like, about a month. But don’t worry, I’m leaving you all with some fresh tunes from our weekly and constantly updating Spotify playlist.
Starling's Profiteroles sounds delicate and unguarded, personal and confessional, while simultaneously sounding tough, resilient, and, above all, catchy. It strikes the balance between stripped-back elegant minimalism and lavish, lush Top 40 Pop.
I’m glad the music keeps on coming because there’s been all sort of sadness going on and frankly we could all use some cheering up because we’re all hurting in some way. So, let’s get press play and get these endorphins going.