Pelorus – Alive · Indie Alternative

A month old in Spotify and Pelorus is breaking the streaming concept with more than 40.000 streams with his debut: Alive. It was an instant crush for us - a song that seems built for playlists like Sad Songs. Before telling you more about him, here's the song you need to listen: https://open.spotify.com/track/1KAbfSaUaEUkROWHh7L82E Just out of… Continue reading

Haux – Touch · Indie Alternative

We're glad to introduce you one of our favourite artists this year. Haux (Woodson Black) is a singer / songwhisperer born in London and raised in Massachusetts. We stumbled upon him with his first songs - we got so excited when we found Homegrown or Seaside. His style and signature is clearly unique, the sound… Continue reading

FKJ – Go Back Home · Indie Alternative

You don't usually find amazing music like this one - this brilliant DJ FKJ (or French Kiwi Juice, that gave name to the album as well) presents himself with this debut, launched in March the 3rd. Since then his profile gathered millions of streams, giving us faith that the audiences still love a good fresh song… Continue reading

Share Spotify Playlist In Our Browse

So you probably know us - playlists are our world, we stress the importance of finding music through independent channels like ours; unbiased, pure and close to the artists. Our taste is sharped day by day with the hundreds of submissions received daily; bad news for some artists, good news for others and a glorious sensation… Continue reading

Major and the Monbacks – Spotlight!

Their genre is defined as Rock n' Roll & Pyschedelic-Soul - it's amazing how their sound can bring you to another decade, golden and grand. They're from Norfolk, Virginia and their sound is clean, upbeat and energized. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHfMcMT0IYo   They take our playlist this week to bring you the best sound that they feel important to highlight. Their… Continue reading

Indiemono says NO to ‘Payola’

SOME PEOPLE CALL US CURATORS, OTHERS PLAYLISTERS, AND SOME TIME AGO SOMEONE EVEN DARED TO NAME US TASTEMAKERS. WHATEVER THE NAME,  OUR INDEPENDENT, ANONYMOUS AND IN CERTAIN WAYS UNKNOWN EXISTENCE IS WHAT MAKES OUR JOB DIFFERENT AND INTERESTING.   Lately it's become harder and harder being an independent curator. It's hard dealing with certain behaviours… Continue reading