Articles tagged: Indie pop
Lana Del Rey takes the sad girls to church in Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd
While a tunnel under Ocean Boulevard suggests a hidden complexity to the physical plane, the album also demonstrates an added layer of complexity in its production.
Tiffany Day brings the party to her fans with “The Gratitude Tour”
Aptly named, these 19 shows are an ode to Day’s fans, with a setlist showcasing her artistic evolution as she’s steadily grown in popularity.
SZA’s SOS pushes R&B boundaries in her vulnerable exploration of self-worth
SZA’s musical and lyrical brilliance work together to create an album that was well worth the five-year wait.
If Joji’s SMITHEREENS accomplishes anything, it’s making his audience cry
The majority of SMITHEREENS feels reminiscent of (and even indistinguishable from) Joji songs we’ve already heard.
The 1975 revisits their roots in Being Funny in a Foreign Language
The band has figured out how to cut to the point without getting lost in the details.
Maude Latour takes us on a tour of self-discovery with 001
Latour is one of the freshest faces in the pop scene right now with her psychedelic aesthetic and distinct vocals and lyrical style.
Beach Bunny Combines Intimate Narratives With Uplifting Indie Pop In Honeymoon
Beach Bunny’s debut album, Honeymoon (2020), isn’t revolutionary, but the bright blast of indie pop is a refreshingly sincere addition to a genre that can be riddled with clichés. Lili... Read more