New Indie Music

We’ve scoured our email boxes to find some hidden Indie gems available for our listening pleasure right now on Soundcloud. Take a few minutes to check out this RARA’s Farm’s crop of fresh new music and discover some excellent new stuff – that we call Gnu Rock.

The best new Indie rock!
The best new Indie rock!

These half a dozen tracks are listed in random order, based on the dates we found them. Some of the bands are brand new, others are seasoned veterans with lots of hits under their belts. Check them all out and help some talented rock bands spread their killer new music.

Bad Dog – Jack Berry: A hard-driving rocker vaguely reminiscent of Black Keys. Ferocious guitars and drums power this track, but Berry’s gritty voice is pretty damn compelling too.

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Oxenfree – Captain: A quirky, fun pop song, with an unexpectedly delicious guitar riff powering the last half of the song. Intriguing stuff from Brooklyn.

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Honduras – Hollywood: Another Brooklyn offering – this one reminds me a bit of Velvet Underground, and definitely reeks of that sweet New York garage scene.

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Soul Asylum – Doomsday: David Pinner and his pals from Soul Asylum are back with their eleventh album, and the debut single is another addictive pop rock masterpiece from the lads from Minneapolis.

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Clean Spill – Sid: It’s pop-punk with a distinctive surf rock feel from a quarter of surf punks from Santa Barbara.

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New Revival – New Kid: THis UK (Wales) quarter impresses with this breakneck pop rock track highlighted by heavy distorted guitar work.

Hope you found something you liked, and check back soon, as we plan to continue this series focused on the best new Indie rock…

And, check out some other killer new music we’ve dug up for your enjoyment here: RARA’s Fresh Crops
 
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