New Releases, Part One

What better way to celebrate the beginning of Spring than to share some new indie music releases, something I plan to do on a regular basis.  I have complete confidence that this list is not complete, and I apologize in advance to anyone I missed.  As a result, expect a part two to this list in the coming days.  If you are a musician that would like to have their releases included in future lists, you can email the details to cozmic.debris@comcast.net.

 

New Indie Singles

The Wayne Hoskins Band, “Drive”.  A great indie rock song from a perennial favorite.  A fun song with a nice buildup to the chorus.

 

Rick Shelley, “Waiting on a Friend”.  Another fun indie offering with an interesting California country feel.

 

Eric & The Soo, “Every Time I Fall in Love”.  Coming from Canada, this indie rock offering has a driving beat with an ELO/Tom Petty thing going on.

 

Apollo Junction, “Paris”.  A top-flight pop song, with an energetic beat, precise instrumentation and awesome vocals.

 

Angie & The Deserters, “Stay”.  Americana at its finest. A great arrangement with pedal steel, mandolin and fiddle adding depth to the recording, combined with spot on vocals to create the perfect mood.

 

A New Nowhere, “You and Me”.  A fun alt rock song from a fan favorite.  Energetic beat with absolutely awesome vocals and harmonies.

 

American Road, “Homebound”. Indie country rock that will captivate you with its polished and perfect sound and feel.

 

John Tracy, “I’ve Got to Find Myself”.  The latest from one of the true contemporary troubadours, with the song reflecting the true life and times of the artist.

 

The Heart Vandals, “Fade Away”.  Awesome indie rock with shades of an alt feel.  High energy beat with strong vocals and intriguing vocal harmonies.

 

State of Ember, “Denial”. Straight ahead hard rock that is not for the faint of heart.  Precise instrumentation combined with strong vocals will make this a favorite for any hard rock fan.

 

Venice Cathouse, “Shreds of Glass”.  Another hard rock release with some funk in the neat.  Outstanding guitar work and strong vocals with a high energy beat.

 

David Starr, “I’ve Come for You”.  Rocky Mountain Americana.  Bluesy rock with great vocals and beautiful guitar work.

 

Fickle Friends, “Hello Hello”.  Spot on vocals and precise instrumentation pull off the perfect background for this fun alt pop song.

 

Tamanie Dove, “Home Run”.  Jazzy, bluesy goodness with top notch instrumental and vocal work.  Her voice transcends musicial styles.

 

Hippo Campus, “Way it Goes”.  New alt pop from these indie legends.  You feel a little bit of an ELO influence, and the strong vocals complete the perfect package.

 

Seven Story Fall, “I, Spy”.  Another fun indie alt rock tune with great instrumental work and ear catching vocals.

 

The Fame Riot, “Heart Stray”.  Amazing song straight out of the ‘80’s from soon-to-be alt pop royalty.  A great beat with awesome use of the musical space to create a new dance hit.

 

Daniel Trigger featuring Sally Trigger, “Reach Out”.  Classic stadium anthem rock, featuring a strong instrumental base with monstrous vocals over the top of it all.

 

Flood Hounds, “I Wanna Know”.  You’ll want to move when listening to this great indie rock song.

 

Ashley Wineland, “She’s Gone”.  Indie country with an authentic and classic country sound.  Everything you would expect from one of indie music’s up and coming stars.

 

Unlikely Heroes, “Up For Days”.  Hip hop punk?  It works in a great way, with high energy and some amazing guitar work.  It’s just plain fun all the way around.

 

Fortune & Glory, “The Worst of Me”.  Single from their premier album, a great alt rock song with some great switch ups that will keep you guessing.

 

Johnathan East, “American Farmer”.  Good ol’ big sound country, with great instrumentation and perfect vocals.

 

Color of Chaos, “Fadeaway”.  Stadium rock with a big, big, BIG sound.  Great instrumental work with awesome vocals and harmonies to complete this awesome song.

 

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