Based in Austin, TX, Cold Jackets was formed by Adam Johnson and Mark Henne to “showcase some of their favorite influences and provide a platform for a new musical direction. Old and new, drum machines and blues.” In the indie world the scene can get saturated with bands that may only make one album or […]
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Southern Indie Rock is a genre attempting and succeeding at reclaiming its southern roots back from the pop country scene. With steel guitars and southern draw bars, it throws you back to a time when Johnny Cash ruled the air waves. While priding itself on mastering the old school methods, southern indie rock doesn’t lack a modern twist either. Having a contemporary perspective when telling stories from a southern voice, the genre clearly separates itself from today’s pop country.
Southern Indie Rock
No auto tune can be found in this genre, and it requires the artist to stay true to their talent. It’s mostly produced in a honest fashion. With just the artists and their instruments allowed in this genre, there are usually no fancy recording tricks to take away from the talent. Southern Indie Rock is undoubtedly one of the brightest genres in the music industry because of its ode to the old school, and its unique and modern twist. The genre is a great addition to any playlist, and can be used for anything, from parties to break up songs. Overall, the genre is quite pleasurable to hear and leaves even the most skeptical ear satisfied.
I think Jeremy Parsons has invented the perfect genre – Altry Rock. If you couldn’t figure it out, that’s a mix of alternative, country and rock music. When his song “Burn This House Down” first started out I was thinking “rock song” then, as it kicked in I was thinking, “country rock song” then once again […]
The music of Johnny Hart and The Mess falls into the genre of “real.” It’s one of the few instances when I’ve heard a band for the first time & thought, “This is some genuinely honest stuff right here.” It came from a guy who just wanted to write some songs. There isn’t a whole […]
And…once again…ladies and gentlemen…Freudz Couch! The band is back with a new single “Darkness.” The band has been on a comeback kick lately after releasing their Led Zeppelin-flavored “Martha” last year after a 15-year break. I appreciate what the band is doing by making a comeback. That means they must have had some unforgettable fun the […]
We The Fierce is a two-piece rock band that is going to blow your socks off. When I first heard these guys I thought, “Wow, how do they emulate such a thick wall of sound with only 2 people?” Well according to singer/guitarist Jay Langston, it was a fairly natural decision to go the duo […]
When I first heard some Rick Mercer music I thought, wow this is good stuff. He’s not necessarily breaking new genre boundaries or writing Hot 100 hits, but his music is solid, catchy and fun to listen to. He knows how to wield the old Les Paul too! If you’re into retro-style blues rock via […]
When I took a look at their Facebook page it said they were founded in 1993. That’s pretty much all the information I could find at the time. So, I was like, hmm…ok. Maybe someone is reviving a band they formed years back. I liked the band so much that we played the Freudz Couch song […]
Odds Lane is one of those rock groups that lives under the radar. The band is a duo from St. Louis, MO, that have been playing music together for around 30 years, and they’re really good at what they do. Odds Lane When I was playing with them in a half original/half cover band called […]