Listen to the last Indie Music Releases of 2020
This past year has certainly served up many changes for all creators. As venue doors closed, artists around the world took to their bedroom studios to sing their blues away and came out with music that feels intimate and introspective.
On todays show, we played a solid sampling of the sounds we’ve come to recognize in 2020 with a few surprises thrown in for inspiration.
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Tulum — Time Changes
Located in: Denver, Colorado U.S.A
We are Tulum, a duo from Denver, Colorado made up of Travis Keys and Rylee Zobel. Travis is 19 and Rylee is 16. We aim to make music that accurately represents how we feel at any moment in time. From a lyrical, musical and production perspective.. (Listen now)
Sleuth’s Newest Track ‘Umbilicus’
Genre: Rock (alt-pop)
Located in: Portland Victoria, Australia
This is quite possibly the most important song i’ve ever written as far as my healing is concerned. Is Her Darkest, Most Autobiographical Work To Date, Portraying The Confusion Of Identity And Personality As A Young Woman Faced With The Impending Loss Of Her Mother. (Listen now)
Ric — Good Times
Located in: : San Diego, California
Oh how love hurts.. It hurts when you’re being ignored by the person whose attention is all you want in the world. If you feel that vibe, you’ll like this single from San Diego, California. West coast hiphop RIC. (Listen now)
Chloe Temtchine -You Save Me (Full Band)
Chloe Temtchine is an American singer-songwriter. In 2014, The Huffington Post described Temtchine as “clearly still a superb song stylist.” The New York Post called her 2015 album, Be Brave, “a moving collection of pop songs that document her struggle for survival, but also her recovery from a double lung transplant.” (website)
“It Was You” By Dave Molter Is A Tribute To The Pop Acts Of The Mid-Sixties
Genre: Rock, classic rock, pop
Located in: : Pittsburgh, PA
The song references mostly American acts like the Turtles or Monkees, but also British acts like The Kinks, which sometimes ventured out of rock norms to throw in a touch of the British Music hall. All these acts occasionally released uptempo, sunny, happy, sometimes silly tunes with catchy choruses. This song is in the same vein. It can be sung by either a man or a woman, the overriding sentiment is that the person being sung about changed the singer’s life. I’ve been lucky enough to have this happen to me a few times, but I have to admit the most recent time has been the best. (Listen now)
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