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  • Episode 1: Indie Lives Matter Part 1 - Justin Pearson interview

    While major record labels may be the moneymakers of the music industry, indies are its heart and soul. Rob1340 talks to Justin Pearson, founder of 3.One.G Records about what it's like being an indie label, and how 3.One.G weathered the digital...

    http://www.1340mag.com/podcast/47-episode-1-indie-lives-matter-part-1-justin-pearson-interview
  • Episode 2: Indie Lives Matter Part 2 - Lovitt Records interview

    changed. Brian showcases three songs that he feels define Lovitt Records. #Podcast #LovittRecords #1340magsGuideToTheGalaxy #IndieLivesMatter

    http://www.1340mag.com/podcast/121-episode-2-indie-lives-matter-part-2-lovitt-records-interview
  • AMY BLASCHKE - Opaline (Review)

    Release Date: October 9, 2015 Seattle born, Los Angeles lured, Amy Blaschke has been making her own brand of indie folk throughout the 2000’s. Opaline is her first collection of new material since 2013’s Desert Varnish . The album was produced by Brian...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/116-amy-blaschke-opaline-review
  • DISSIDENT PROPHET - Red Moon Rising (Review)

    create something new and exciting. Dissident Prophet is following in the footsteps of their Birmingham forefathers, creating indie music that pulls from a variety of influences. Interwoven into the bedrock of U2, Crowded House and Echo & the Bunnymen...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/325-dissident-prophet-red-moon-rising-review
  • MAGNET SCHOOL - The Art of Telling the Truth (Review)

    Sounds Records www.shiftingsounds.com Release Date: January 29, 2016 I love every genre of music, but one of my favorites is Indie Rock, that’s because most bands of this genre are willing to do the hard work it takes to make their music sound great....

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/240-magnet-school-the-art-of-telling-the-truth-review
  • CARLOS TIMÓN - Solar Rapé (Review)

    Carlos Timón Solar Rapé Pueblo Records http://www.pueblorecords.com/ Release Date: November 13, 2015 When it comes to the Indie Rock Culture, we’re often left thinking about bands &individuals, like Mary Timony, Mary Lou Lord, Modest Mouse,...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/137-carlos-timon-solar-rape-review
  • GHOSTS IN POCKET - Barberton (Review)

    a quintet based out of Southern California who's EP Barberton has been slowly but surely putting them on the radar of indie rock fans throughout the country. There intentions on this record are straightforward; make catchy indie rock jams while layering...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/127-ghosts-in-pocket-barberton-review
  • JAMES CASSAR - Near Mint (Labels We Love Interview)

    to re-launch 1340mag I reached out to a ton of labels that had put music out on cassette. I really wanted to find some indie labels that were putting out music that was similar to what I'd been writing about over a decade ago. One of my favorite...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/113-james-cassar-near-mint-interview
  • San Cisco- The Water

    www.SanCisco.com San Cisco (originally known as King George) formed in Fremantle, Western Australia in 2009. The four-piece Indie Pop band embrace pretty much everything that is fun about the current Pop scene and then lend it some street cred by...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/426-san-cisco-the-water
  • SECRET STUFF/SUNDRESSED - Split EP (Music Review)

    Secret Stuff deliver some great additions to their Emo catalog while Phoenix’s Sundressed offer an acoustic tune and an Indie Rocker that leans a bit more towards the Pop Punk side of things. The EP is available as a digital download and in three...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/350-secret-stuff-sundressed-split-ep-music-review
  • COUNTER INTUITIVE RECORDS - Jake Sulzer (Labels We Love Interview)

    the deep end and releasing vinyl from the start. With bands like Bay Faction and Motel TV causing a bit of a stir in the indie rock scene (and a very intelligent response to some controversy surrounding Motel TV) Counter Intuitive has gotten off to a...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/316-counter-intuitive-records-jake-sulzer-labels-we-love-interview
  • CLOSE QUARTERS COALITION - Kyle McCoy (Labels We Love Interview)

    really cool brand merchandise in your label store and earlier you mentioned working a decent paying job. Do you think that indie labels should value their brands as much as larger corporations? KM: I’m all about developing a unified, quality brand. It’s...

    http://www.1340mag.com/submit-an-article/2-uncategorised/267-close-quarters-coalition-kyle-mccoy-labels-we-love-interview
  • JUNPEI IORI - Little League (Review)

    for the DIY take charge attitude that goes into creating a bedroom recording. Junpei Iori is a one man band taking on emo/indie punk within the four walls of his room. Typically when you think of such a setup, you imagine acoustic guitars screaming...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/188-junpei-iori-little-league-review
  • OLDSOUL - Loverboy (Review)

    New” is the shining jewel of this release, opening like an emo take on New Order’s “Regret,” and transitioning between indie pop duet verses and tense, focused choruses. Loverboy is the sound of Oldsoul crossing genre boundaries to bring in the best...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/57-oldsoul-loverboy-review
  • WILD MOTH - Inhibitor (Review)

    Salas, vocals and bass, sings like Morrissey doing his best Jim Carroll impression, and the band creates a swirling mass of indie sounds around his eclectic crooning. With all of this forced into a single package, it should be easy to see how Inhibitor...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/76-wild-moth-inhibitor-review
  • POSTCARDS FROM JEFF - Modern Language (Review)

    Postcards From Jeff Modern Language Alien Boutique https://alienboutique.greedbag.com/ Release Date: October 23, 2015 Indie rockers Postcards From Jeff have contributed to a niche within a genre based on their ability to not overthink or overdo their...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/72-postcards-from-jeff-modern-language-review
  • TEEN CULT - Teen Cult (Review)

    goes on. “The Crush” seems to be the song that epitomizes what Teen Cult is about as it rotates between doo-wop, surf rock, indie rock, arena rock before yelling STOP THAT twice during the chorus in a way that evokes Tim Kasher at his finest with...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/64-teen-cult-teen-cult-review
  • OURLIVES - Higher Hopes (Review)

    that makes you stand up and take notice. In my opinion the undisputable highlight here is “Honestly.” It’s a melodic indie rocker that seamlessly wraps a near falsetto voice around jangly guitars that start out acoustic and then electrify in more ways...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/364-ourlives-higher-hopes-review
  • PIXIES - Head Carrier (Music Review)

    reuniting in 2004 the band has proved that they have lost no power or creativity with the passage of time, releasing 2014’s Indie Cindy to the rabid anticipation of fans both old and new. Head Carrier drives home that fact that the Pixies are less of a...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/362-pixies-head-carrier-music-review
  • RACHAEL SAGE - Choreographic (Review)

    tune that reminds me a lot of really early 10,000 Maniacs. It’s upbeat and poppy but the handclaps and strings give it an Indie Rock vibe that makes you instantly fall in love with it. On the other side of the coin, “French Doors” takes those breathy...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/324-rachel-sage-choreographic-review

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