Tag: indie

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: The Pinkerton Raid, “Tolerance Ends, Love Begins”

This musical collective, The Pinkerton Raid, from Durham, North Carolina, offers up their third album, Tolerance Ends, Love Begins and it...

EP Reviews, Music, New Artists

EP Review: Kristina Cottone, “Bow”

This delightful five-song E.P. comes from Kristina Cottone, who in the Chicago area (and parts elsewhere) is known as the lead singer for...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Exclusive: How Flaunt Came Together Over Social Media and Crafted a “Radio-Ready” Sound

In this day and age, there are lots of ways to form a band. Friends become bandmates, networking leads to collaboration, and so on. But one...

Music

Monks of Mellonwah Have Never Been This “Good”

Probably one of the most buzzed-about bands to emerge from Australia in the past decade, indie/alternative rockers Monks of Mellonwah have...

Album Reviews, Music

EP REVIEW: Winchester Revival, ‘Burden’s Landing’

While some bands’ inability to pin down their influences and genre may be a bit of an issue that keeps fans and execs at arm’s...