Indie Music

Canadian indie rockers Mother Mother perform “Baby Boy” on their 2017 album “No Culture”.
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Canadian music producer Gavin Brown sits down with Vancouver Island indie rockers Mother Mother to talk about how the group has stayed together for over 10 years.
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If you're a fan of the iconic musical duo, Indigo Girls, then like me, you have a version of yourself that you can't help but launch straight back to the very second you hear the first note of one of their vintage songs. For me, it's a sunburned, cutoff-wearing, 19-year-old version.
As the summer draws to a close, we look forward only to the rigidity of back-to-school bro-fests organized by student unions. The life of a touring musician is far from glamorous, summer festivals or winter club shows. But at the end of the day that adrenaline rush of playing a show -- any show -- makes it all worthwhile.
It's easy to take Toronto-­based indie rockers The Meligrove Band for granted. After all, high school friends Mike Small
Language adapts over time. Much like "lame" does not refer to a person who cannot walk any longer, "indie music" does not
Polaris Prize-nominee Mac DeMarco has been known to have an unpredictable stage presence, but police at a California university
For three years now, Arcade Fire's towering Texan brothers Win and Will Butler have organized a fundraiser basketball game
Jenny Lewis, the groove-singing lineal descendant to Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie, former member of Rilo Kiley, one-half
2014 is half over, and even though there are still some upcoming releases for the back nine of the calendar that are sure