Archive | November, 2010

Members of dark pop group Southerly launch SNDTRKR project with album and US tour

Posted on 15 November 2010 by James Gentry

Portland, OR's dark-pop greats Southerly have announced the recorded and live debut of a new live performance-based film scoring A/V project called SNDTRKR (Soundtracker). The group comprised of Krist Krueger and Eli Jemison (both from Southerly) launches US west coast tour next week to promote their upcoming recorded debut. Continue Reading

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OK Go – Last Leaf

Posted on 13 November 2010 by James Gentry

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Band of the Day: Amber Valentine reviews Archie Powell & The Exports – “Skip Work”

Posted on 12 November 2010 by Mylynda Guthrie

Chicago imports Archie Powell & the Exports are bringin' back good old fashioned rock and roll on their debut LP Skip Work and pulling Amber Valentine out of her folk slump in the process with catchy tunes worthy of Westerberg. Continue Reading

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Album Review: “November Birthday” by Lightning Love

Posted on 10 November 2010 by Mylynda Guthrie

Abby Holmes talks about Lightning Love's stunning ability to soundtrack all of the mistakes made on that special ledge between child-like wonder and drunken nights in an elevator shaft. Continue Reading

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Album Review: Ok Go – “Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky”

Posted on 09 November 2010 by Mylynda Guthrie

Mike Call offers his wisdom on Ok Go's 2010 release. Continue Reading

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This weekend: MeowImABunny (and Indie College EIC Mylynda Nellermoe) at SugoiCon!!

Posted on 05 November 2010 by Mylynda Guthrie

Remember the recently featured designer Heather Wells, of MeowImABunny? If you live in the North Kentucky/Cincinnati area, this weekend is your chance to grab some of her colorful tutus, super soft, pretty, legwarmers or amazing dreads and cyberlocks at SugoiCon 2010!  Joining her at the convention will be me (your Indie College Editor-in-Chief, Mylynda Nellermoe) […] Continue Reading

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Tera Melos launch November tour with Maps & Atlases

Posted on 05 November 2010 by James Gentry

Sacramento genre-benders Tera Melos launched US tour dates this week supporting Chicago's acclaimed musical morphologists Maps & Atlases Continue Reading

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The Tallest Man on Earth – “Love Is All”

Posted on 05 November 2010 by James Gentry

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