Indy's music scene
A compilation of interviews and articles covering a variety of Indiana's musiciansMay 19, 2009
Fan base blows up after band's new wind-farm video goes viral
Band almost broke up, but remembered they liked each other
All-chick rock band makes music, mentors aspiring rocker girls
Muncie-born band develops a "catchy" new sound
Indy rockers forge on after the unexpected death of their vocalist
Fry brothers return to their pre-Margot roots
Former local prodigy builds career on West Coast
MySpace Music calls local singer KJ Testin one of the best unsigned acts around
No1Zero has been sharpening its snarling rock 'n' roll
As Split Lip, they almost made it. As Chamberlain, they're plugged in for a reunion.
The local band grinding away at their own craft to make it work. That's the story of Foster's Branch and, in their case, it's so far, so good.
When Lafcadio vocalist-bass player Ben Masbaum is asked to define indie rock, he talks about preserving a tradition.
Indie rock means more than fashion and posturing to We Are Hex vocalist Jill Weiss
Same as Sunday vocalist Chris Bauchle identifies with the part of indie rock that turns musicians into do-it-yourself entrepreneurs.
Indie rock represents freedom to Grey Granite, who describes his style as hip-hop/electro/soul/rock
Everything, Now! combines melodic, fun music with otherworldly lyrics
Thunders are re-releasing their EP on March 12 at the Melody Inn
Monica Largy has partnered with local singers for Indy's Angels, an all-girl show
Fire-breathing titans of Indiana punk rock, the Zero Boys, are at it again
An interview with Joyful Noise Recordings owner Karl Hofstetter
Just how does a band from New York find their home in Indianapolis?
The punk band is approaching its 69th show, a Feb. 14 Punk Rock Night celebration of its new album
One of the brightest stars in the local music sky has to be Everything, Now! The Muncie-turned-Indy act continue to grab from seemingly every genre to create a sound as diverse yet cohesive as anything on the national scene.
Naptown's first punk band rises again
Local M.C. Jason "alpha" Wright turns poetry into rhymes in "Obama, ’08 (Do The Knowledge)"
The rock band starts the year with a benefit show for a friend
Several years ago, twin brothers Adam and Seth Catron caught a James Brown show -- and their imaginations caught fire.
Haste the Day spent several years and two full albums moving away from mosh pit metal and toward more accessible hard rock.
The members of Indy rock band Red Light Driver aren't interested in being the next big thing
Blues-inspired heavy metal band not all gloom and doom
Viral video launches Hoosier a cappella group toward pop stardom
Local quartet talks to us about their 10-year history
Hoosier pop singer digs up inspiration in the '80s
Adventurous folk singer draws on hip-hop influences
Politics gets punked when the band's bassist sounds off about the band's platform
Rock band hooks into temper of the times
McLaughlin talked to Metromix about life on the road, public image and his silver-screen debut
Sweet Dilemma is a rock band that works hard at making an impression
Although flute player Vicki Waterman and harp player Jennifer Midkiff don't trace any Irish or Scottish heritage in their respective family trees, they're active purveyors of Celtic music as members of Alair
Former Indiana Pacers forward Wayman Tisdale has turned his love of jazz and the bass guitar into a second career since his NBA days
Indianapolis may not be a glamour capital of the music industry, but several Hoosier acts make libido a large part of their work and imag
Bradford discusses music, spirituality and Rick "Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo" Derringer's guitar cameo on his album
Layne shares the story behind her influences, her record label and her collaborators
Singer-songwriter Noah East says most of his songs are based on a former girlfriend, who broke things off six days before he planned to propose
Before and after his stab at stardom, Brissart has worked steadily within the Indianapolis music community
Blaknote explores soundscapes similar to the work of Linkin Park, Papa Roach and Tool
These young musicians have a good chance of being heard for years to come
A mix of surf-infused folk, Afro-Caribbean hip-hop, and Southern spirituals
Singer Mia Kileen discusses the new band, record and inspirations for her lyrics
"When I go to rock shows, I feel happy, I feel celestial and I feel lighter than my bones."
In the age of cheap media and instantaneous, free worldwide distribution, a band's first recording might make or break it
Taylor recently talked to us about discovering his musical talent in the military and why he likes to play late at nigh
Mandy Marie Luke is just about the smilin'est guitar player Indianapolis has ever seen
A day with Virgin Millionaires reveals their past problems and future intentions