Best New Indie

German singer/songwriter Bibi Bourelly's Dreamers is here to set the record straight, telling a whole new generation they can be anything they want to be. Dreamers is an almost unbelievably positive call-to-arms to never give up on your dreams.
Listen to this week’s top curated songs selected by the music experts of We Are: The Guard (believe it or not, we manually listen to EVERY song out there). A special thanks to Band of Horses, Drake, Tom Misch, Low Cut High Tops, Lil Xan, Charli XCX, and the rest of the top 10.
Evidently, it's been a fruitful week for music memes, but luckily for us, it's also been a fruitful week for REAL, ACTUAL music. Get ready for the arrival of festival season with the latest edition of Top Indie Songs, featuring Gallant, Beach House, SOPHIE, NONONO, Jon Hopkins, and more.
We’ve got the perfect playlist, one that doesn’t flatline after the first two songs. We call it We Are: The Guard Weekly Charts. And unlike most things in life, this is one thing that is always on point and will never let you down.
Here are the best indie singles that we have handpicked for you this week, including Odesza, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and Sigrid.
Welcome to the latest edition of We Are The Guard's Best Indie Songs! Before you turn your attention to your chocolate eggs this Easter, grab your headphones and check out the following 10 tracks from MXMS, Ariel Pink, Cobi, Jack White, Arlo, and more!
It is the middle of March, where leprechauns run amok turning everyone's beer green and destroying March Madness brackets around the country. For the sober few, JP Saxe and his newest release, The Few Things, will provide something lucky for the hopeful thinkers.
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.