Brooklyn harbors many fans of both David Foster Wallace and '80s dance music, but few possess the creative mind of Daniel Abary.
Patrick Duniven's band plays mature, almost affluent Americana-folk that evokes the spirit of classic rock heroes.
Musically speaking, TruthBeTold and Big Cats! come from wildly different places.
Britain's Mike Marlin has carved out a niche for himself by creating music that sounds the way being followed by tragedy must feel.
You can call My My Misfire sleaze rock, but it might actually just be sleaze. Straight wit no "rock" chaser.
Just when we thought white guys with guitars had run out of all the ideas that make white guys with guitars interesting, Japanther came along.
Bored Nothing's soaking-wet garage fuzz will pull you in like a montage in any classic movie.
Brooklyn's neo-shoegaze indie scene rears its head again -- this time in the form of the lively feelgood trio Dead Stars.
The story of My Name Is You is the stuff of fairy tales. Brandon & Anne became friends while studying at the same college in Southern California. Their paths diverged at graduation, when Brandon undertook the normal duties of an ambitious independent musician; he co-produced Greg Laswell's release 'Three Flights From Alto Nido' and toured with the likes of Joshua Radin, Cary Brothers and Ingrid Michaelson. Thus far, not a bad resume.