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The best Free and Legal Indie Music on the Net

Latest Episodes

Computerization - My Body

Some more great stuff I found over on CLLCT! Computerization features electronic-style instrumentation fused with some more traditional elements (like guitar, &c.) it’s all very cool!

-1 s2010 MAY 17
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Computerization - My Body

Your Yellow Dress - Hymn for Separated Lovers

I found Your Yellow Dress on CLLCT and fell in love. They are just awesome, take a listen!

-1 s2010 APR 3
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Your Yellow Dress - Hymn for Separated Lovers

Episode 6: (Indie) Rock City

Welcome to (Indie) Rock City! Today we’ll be featuring some of the best and free Independent Rock artists around. And I’d also like to apologize for the massively long time between Episode 5 and 6. Hopefully that wont be happening too often any more. This episode features:

-1 s2009 DEC 10
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Episode 6: (Indie) Rock City

Johnny Hoodoo - Future Blues

In order to keep everyone happy until I finish putting together a proper introduction for the shows I’d like to share some old-fashioned country blues with y’all. What we’ve got here is a wonderful mix of acoustic-influenced blues (like some of [Jeff Schram][8]’s stuff) and southern country. Which sounds odd, I know. But it’s a great ear-full of historic blues. I can guarantee that this is the sort of stuff you’d hear if you took a musical tour of the American South during the early days of blues. Isn’t it great!

-1 s2009 AUG 14
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Johnny Hoodoo - Future Blues

Episode 5: Spotlight: My Light Sweet Fire

Sorry about the long wait, guys, I’ve been busy with a lot of things lately. I also apologise for any oddities you may notice in the show as it was recorded live and if I remember properly I had a couple of issues with the microphone during the show. All that aside I would like to introduce [My Light Sweet Fire][7], a very interesting band from New York. They play a very pleasant mix of soft acoustic and what I would call Victorian-era music (although the Victorian influence is only noticeable in one song) and it sounds great.

-1 s2009 AUG 3
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Episode 5: Spotlight: My Light Sweet Fire

Robin Grey - The Finchley Waltz

Enter [Robin Grey][2], an awesome folk artist from Britain! This song in particular has some awesomely deep observations about life, I love it. I particularly like the way everything is told in a pseudo-story-like style, everything leads into the next thought, it just flows beautifully. I, for one, enjoy complex acoustic guitar picking patterns behind vocals (as opposed to strumming, as is common) but despite the simplicity of the guitar in this song I liked it. Probably for the words. You can look up Robin Grey on [Last.fm][3] and [Jamendo][4]. Have fun!

-1 s2009 JUN 20
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Robin Grey - The Finchley Waltz

Onalaska - Bird in the Night

I’ve got a nice bonus track here for you: Bird in the Night by [Onalaska][1] from their album You and the Fishermen. It’s a really nice sort of acoustic pseudo-rock that I really enjoy; it is fairly mellow and reminds me of [Simon and Garfunkel][2]. (although you may not agree) I really like the picture this song in particular paints. Listen to it, you’ll see what I mean.

-1 s2009 JUN 12
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Onalaska - Bird in the Night

Episode 4: Spotlight: Jeff Schram

Today we’re listening to Jeff Schram and New York-based Blues guitarist. He is said to sound like a cross of The Racontours, 70’s Eric Clapton, and the Foo Fighters. I would say he sounds like Clapton, John Mayer, and the Martial Arts. Either way you have a great sound coming from this talented guitarist/vocalist.

-1 s2009 JUN 10
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Episode 4: Spotlight: Jeff Schram

Josh Woodward - The Pawnbroker's Stepdaughter

Here’s another great song by Josh Woodward! Listen to these great lyrics, it’s some pretty profound stuff. And, as a little news, I’m in the process of looking at a great band called AM that I’m planning to review for Episode 4. So stay tuned!

-1 s2009 APR 2
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Josh Woodward - The Pawnbroker's Stepdaughter

Episode 3: Spotlight: Entertainment for the Braindead

Welcome to the long awaited Episode 3 of Indie Invasion! I’m truly sorry that it took so long to get around to recording this but finding free time is rather difficult. But enough of that, today we are spotlighting a superbly talented musician from [Cologne, Germany][2] named Julia Kotowski.

-1 s2009 FEB 21
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Episode 3: Spotlight: Entertainment for the Braindead

Latest Episodes

Computerization - My Body

Some more great stuff I found over on CLLCT! Computerization features electronic-style instrumentation fused with some more traditional elements (like guitar, &c.) it’s all very cool!

-1 s2010 MAY 17
Comments
Computerization - My Body

Your Yellow Dress - Hymn for Separated Lovers

I found Your Yellow Dress on CLLCT and fell in love. They are just awesome, take a listen!

-1 s2010 APR 3
Comments
Your Yellow Dress - Hymn for Separated Lovers

Episode 6: (Indie) Rock City

Welcome to (Indie) Rock City! Today we’ll be featuring some of the best and free Independent Rock artists around. And I’d also like to apologize for the massively long time between Episode 5 and 6. Hopefully that wont be happening too often any more. This episode features:

-1 s2009 DEC 10
Comments
Episode 6: (Indie) Rock City

Johnny Hoodoo - Future Blues

In order to keep everyone happy until I finish putting together a proper introduction for the shows I’d like to share some old-fashioned country blues with y’all. What we’ve got here is a wonderful mix of acoustic-influenced blues (like some of [Jeff Schram][8]’s stuff) and southern country. Which sounds odd, I know. But it’s a great ear-full of historic blues. I can guarantee that this is the sort of stuff you’d hear if you took a musical tour of the American South during the early days of blues. Isn’t it great!

-1 s2009 AUG 14
Comments
Johnny Hoodoo - Future Blues

Episode 5: Spotlight: My Light Sweet Fire

Sorry about the long wait, guys, I’ve been busy with a lot of things lately. I also apologise for any oddities you may notice in the show as it was recorded live and if I remember properly I had a couple of issues with the microphone during the show. All that aside I would like to introduce [My Light Sweet Fire][7], a very interesting band from New York. They play a very pleasant mix of soft acoustic and what I would call Victorian-era music (although the Victorian influence is only noticeable in one song) and it sounds great.

-1 s2009 AUG 3
Comments
Episode 5: Spotlight: My Light Sweet Fire

Robin Grey - The Finchley Waltz

Enter [Robin Grey][2], an awesome folk artist from Britain! This song in particular has some awesomely deep observations about life, I love it. I particularly like the way everything is told in a pseudo-story-like style, everything leads into the next thought, it just flows beautifully. I, for one, enjoy complex acoustic guitar picking patterns behind vocals (as opposed to strumming, as is common) but despite the simplicity of the guitar in this song I liked it. Probably for the words. You can look up Robin Grey on [Last.fm][3] and [Jamendo][4]. Have fun!

-1 s2009 JUN 20
Comments
Robin Grey - The Finchley Waltz

Onalaska - Bird in the Night

I’ve got a nice bonus track here for you: Bird in the Night by [Onalaska][1] from their album You and the Fishermen. It’s a really nice sort of acoustic pseudo-rock that I really enjoy; it is fairly mellow and reminds me of [Simon and Garfunkel][2]. (although you may not agree) I really like the picture this song in particular paints. Listen to it, you’ll see what I mean.

-1 s2009 JUN 12
Comments
Onalaska - Bird in the Night

Episode 4: Spotlight: Jeff Schram

Today we’re listening to Jeff Schram and New York-based Blues guitarist. He is said to sound like a cross of The Racontours, 70’s Eric Clapton, and the Foo Fighters. I would say he sounds like Clapton, John Mayer, and the Martial Arts. Either way you have a great sound coming from this talented guitarist/vocalist.

-1 s2009 JUN 10
Comments
Episode 4: Spotlight: Jeff Schram

Josh Woodward - The Pawnbroker's Stepdaughter

Here’s another great song by Josh Woodward! Listen to these great lyrics, it’s some pretty profound stuff. And, as a little news, I’m in the process of looking at a great band called AM that I’m planning to review for Episode 4. So stay tuned!

-1 s2009 APR 2
Comments
Josh Woodward - The Pawnbroker's Stepdaughter

Episode 3: Spotlight: Entertainment for the Braindead

Welcome to the long awaited Episode 3 of Indie Invasion! I’m truly sorry that it took so long to get around to recording this but finding free time is rather difficult. But enough of that, today we are spotlighting a superbly talented musician from [Cologne, Germany][2] named Julia Kotowski.

-1 s2009 FEB 21
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Episode 3: Spotlight: Entertainment for the Braindead