Best New Indie

It's time for your weekly dose of New Indie Music. With the end of SXSW signaling the start of the festival season (25 days until Coachella, baby!), get your playlists up to scratch by checking out the following tracks from Bishop Briggs, Parquet Courts, Jenaux, and more.
Our last day offered perhaps the most intense sound of the festival. We’ve put together some of our favorite sets and some new artists we’ve been wanting to see and hear live.
And the best performance this year goes to …. Just kidding. We don’t actually have an award for the best performances at SXSW. We do however have some pretty amazing shots captured by our photographer Stuart Hargrove of some of the action happening on Wednesday.
Break-ups are complicated. Up-and-coming producer/singer-songwriter Brey captures these nuanced emotions and sensations over a bedrock of minimalist beats and shining beats on Breakup Song, featuring contributions from MNYS and French Horn Rebellion.
Our coverage of this year’s South By South West continues, from big name acts to the lesser known musicians, we’re covering it all...or at least the most of what we physically can. Scroll through and discover the action captured on day two of SXSW.
The time has come yet again where we here at We Are The Guard strap on our trekking shoes and stretchy pants (yes, we know, it’s quite the outfit), and fly over to Austin, Texas for a week long music binge. For now, we leave you with some of Monday’s music performances … in no particular order here they are.
We're once again bringing you the latest edition of Top Indie Songs. Featuring George Erza, The Kills, Beach House, and plenty of others, the following playlist makes for a better start to a Monday morning than any soggy breakfast taco!
As we turn our attention to March, give your playlists a much-needed spring clean with the following tracks from Zola Jesus, Cheat Codes, Young Fathers, CHVRCHES, Jack White, and plenty of others.
We're back with yet another set of songs as hand-selected from the blogosphere for your listening pleasure. We genuinely hope that the following tracks from Editors, Parquet Courts, Twin Shadow, and more help to bring a smile to your face after what's been a pretty heavy seven days in terms of world news.
If there's one thing that we've learned from writing this blog over the last nine years, it's to never underestimate the power of music to bring people together. Here are the Top Indie Songs of Week 8 from Kero Kero Bonito, Courtney Barnett, Ella Vos, EDEN, SOPHIE, and beyond.

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