Indie Roundup | 25 Songs To Tickle Your Fancy This Monday (Part 1)

Triptides bide their time, Ruiz! finds his happy place, Angstskríg keep to the shadows, Waking The Sleeping Bear predict a dirty future, Danny Elman tells the truth — and...

Bobbo Byrnes Is Chasing Rock and Roll All The Way To Canada

Bobbo Byrnes and his bandmates are Chasing Rock and Roll all the way from California to Canada in his latest video and single — showcasing today on Tinnitist. “I remember it...

Groover Playlist 81 | Style & Substance

Eclettica Opium become legendary, Greg Dallas takes a tumble, An Early Bird stays positive, Mike Amon holds on tight, Clara Cbd sends you to dumpville — but you'll fall...

Indie Roundup | 109 Songs To Crush You Like A Bug This Weekend (Part...

J Smith slices open his Blood Orange, Alex Watts is uncommonly common, The Stools need some better friends, Mother Cell want you to open wide — and while you're...

Indie Roundup | 109 Songs To Crush You Like A Bug This Weekend (Part...

GA-20 have two words for you, Wild Up are in their prime, Shred Kelly share some familiar dreams, Motorbike James teaches you a few new moves, Dawson Fuss would...

Indie Roundup | 109 Songs To Crush You Like A Bug This Weekend (Part...

Racquel Jones demands the royal treatment, K-Riz looks for love, Gramps Morgan has already found it, Trinisha Browne eyes a jezebel, Odreii brings the heat — which is, coincidentally,...

Indie Roundup | 109 Songs To Crush You Like A Bug This Weekend (Part...

Lamb Of God & Fever 333’s Jason Aalon Butler go bad, Hranice Abyss perfect oblivion, Flotsam and Jetsam blaze a trail, Solus Ex Inferis seek and destroy, Malacoda go...

Indie Roundup | 109 Songs To Crush You Like A Bug This Weekend (Part...

Bandicoot get caught by the fuzz, Lucid Sins aim for the heavens, MC Yallah and Scotch Rolex double your pleasure, Slow Down Molasses haunt the streets — and if...

Albums Of The Week: Nick Waterhouse | Promenade Blue

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:“F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby was a work so filled with ambition, yearning, and inner contradictions that it came to represent the condition of a...

Albums Of The Week: Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band | Dance Songs for Hard...

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE:“The new album from Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band was written by candlelight and then recorded using the best technology available … in the 1950s. But...

Late-Night TV Music (Happy Friday Edition) | April 8, 2021

New Music Friday is always a busy day here at Tinnitist HQ. And naturally, some Fridays are better than others. Today seems like it might be OK, based on...

Tristan Armstrong | Periscope: Exclusive Video Premiere

Tristan Armstrong dives deep into romantic isolation in his gorgeous new single and video Periscope — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist. A beautifully bittersweet waltz that gently floats past on rippling...

Indie Roundup | 40 Songs To Stop You In Your Tracks This Thursday (Part...

Bloodbeat offer a rigorous display of power, Slice of Sorrow find an alternate fountain of youth, Raheem DeVaughn and Apollo Brown man up, Califone embrace the new normal — and...

Indie Roundup | 40 Songs To Stop You In Your Tracks This Thursday (Part...

Moonshine brew up some ginseng, The Pink Stones are either working hard or hardly working, Kosmodemonic come out swinging, Boss Keloid are gently progressive — and you've still got Gary...

Groover Playlist 80 | Everybody’s A Star

Young Spit crosses cultures, LaBulKrack produce a colossally triumphant groove, Someone Very Smooth screws it up (again), Mariotte is a helpless dancer, Marcus Gad braves the new world —...

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