Tag Archives: Indie

THE LINEDOTS – INDIGO (ElectroPop – UK)

The Linedots are a multi-talented London duo made up Evangeline Ling and Kevin Emre, who released their first track “Waterfall” back in 2014. Following two years of silence, the pair shared the impressive and powerful “Small Talk”, featuring Ling’s velvety and somewhat nonchalant vocals combined with Emre’s hypnotic beats.

Their next single “Indigo” was released a few months later, in November 2016, and once again it showcased the duo’s knack for  seriously entrancing melodies paired with pitch-perfect production.

Find The Linedots on Facebook and SoundCloud. Buy on

VERONICA MAGGIO – JAG LOVAR (Indie/Pop – Sweden)

While she may not be very well know outside Scandinavia, singer-songwriter Veronica Maggio is nothing short of a pop superstar in her native Sweden, shifting hundreds of thousands of records and selling out concert halls and stadiums on a regular basis.

“Jag Lovar” (in English, “I Promise”) is taken off Maggio’s fourth studio album Handen I Fickan Fast Jag Bryr Mig (Universal Music). Preceded by hit single “Sergels Torg”, her new album was released in October 2013 and shot straight to #1 in Sweden and #2 in Norway, confirming Maggio as one of Scandinavia’s most popular artists.

Bonus track: “Dallas” performed live on DR’s Store Juleshow

More info and music on Veronica Maggio’s official site or Facebook. Buy Handen I Fickan Fast Jag Bryr Mig on

TABRILL – LOSSLESS (Electro/Pop – Australia)

Tabrill is the solo project of Aussie newcomer Zach Alvos, a young electronic producer from Brisbane. With new single “Lossless”, he takes us on a little journey of self-discovery from within the mind his animated protagonist, Owun.

Drawing influence from the likes of Porter Robinson, Mr. Carmack and Flume, Zach has created a dynamic arrangement of electronic beats, sampled sounds and nostalgic vocals, courtesy of Emily.

For more info, go to Tabrill’s Facebook and listen to more music on his SoundCloud. Buy “Lossless” on

PANAMA – HOPE FOR SOMETHING (Alt/Indie – Australia)

Panama is the moniker of Sydney-based electronic pop producer Jarrah McCleary. His most recent EP, Hope For Something, is another signature Panama release, with songs like “Hope For Something” and “The Highs” containing huge anthemic choruses and powerfully poetic lyrics that draw from his rich personal experience.

As a singer, songwriter, producer and instrumentalist, Jarrah McCleary has the rare ability to blend raw emotional songwriting and lush synth-heavy production in his music. It’s a skill that allows him to paint every element in his songs, from the moment he first sits down at the piano to the final touches in the studio.

Panama’s previous EPs and singles (“Jungle”, “Stay Forever”) have amassed millions of streams between Spotify and SoundCloud and received significant airplay on Triple J BBC Radio 1.

More info and music on Panama’s official site or Facebook. Buy on BandCamp or

FREEDOM FRY – PARTY DOWN (Alt/Indie – US)

Los Angeles based French-American duo Freedom Fry are sharing more dancey tunes from their recently released EP, Strange Attraction. This new release veers away from the alt-folk of their previous works to venture into indie-pop, full of glowing synth lines, funky guitars and catchy vocals.

On “Party Down”, the mood is festive and you will have a hard time not tapping your feet (or even singing along). Marie Seyrat and Bruce Driscoll’s perfectly complementary vocal interplay adds to the overall very polished production. This track is definitely a well-crafted pop song that’s hard to get enough of, and luckily there’s more where this came from with Strange Attraction‘s title track.

Find out more on Freedom Fry’s official site or Facebook. Stream their music on SoundCloud and buy it on