The Best Indie Guide to Hangout Festival

We’re going to make it nice and easy. Here are 17 acts from Hangout Festival that you may not have heard of, but should definitely check out.

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Spoon’s Inside Out remixes are a must listen

If you haven’t heard the short but sweet remixes EP from Spoon yet, then…where have you been?

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Theme Song This Week: Australia’s Why We Run

It’s time to get a little dreamy with Australia’s Why We Run, and their gentle yet driving single “Comfortable Lie.”

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Interview: Colony House is on the road, playing Hangout Fest

Here’s eight important reasons why feel-good indie pop band Colony House is a band you need to know.

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Deaf Rhino release new album, Dirt, Rust, Chaos today

New Jersey-based DIY rock band, Deaf Rhino, have released their new album, Dirt, Rust, Chaos, today, on Cinco De Rhino.

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The Cerny Brothers premiere new track, “The Kid”

The Cerny Brothers have premiered another brand new song from their upcoming album, Sleeping Giant, today. Continue reading The Cerny Brothers premiere new track, “The Kid”

Video: Haunting and beautiful “Putney Bridge” by UK’s James Canty

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Chelsey Chavez’s single release party in San Diego

Indie pop lovers, look no further for what you should be doing this weekend. Get away from your desks and say bye bye to your pile of chores and head out to Queen Bee’s on Friday for Chelsey Chavez’s single release party.

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Say Hello to Hey Rosetta! in San Diego

 Hey Rosetta! are coming to San Diego, and they’re bringing their beautifully arranged, dreamy sense of alt pop with them. There’s a lot that goes into a multi-instrumental project such as this, so we spoke with the group about working together, navigating the indie music scene, and the real human experience of music.

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Video: American Aquarium talks the indie music biz

Alternative country and folk group American Aquarium has successfully navigated the independent music scene without the help of the “big guys” — and here’s what they have learned from their experiences.

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