Album Artwork for Frankie Cosmos, Next Thing
April 2016, New Music

Listen: Frankie Cosmos, “Fool”

The gloomy weather in Jacksonville has me listening to moody indie beats and “Fool” by Frankie Cosmos fits perfectly. Frankie Cosmos is the beautiful product of creative genius Greta Kline. Frankie Cosmos proves that simplicity is the key for an awesome grunge song. Her lyrics are raw, vulnerable, and to …
Highs, Via Last.FM
April 2016, New Music

Listen: HIGHS, “I Do, Do You?”

Every once in a while you’re lucky enough to find a new track you can’t stop repeating. I’ve been immersed in HIGHS all day today and their newest album, Dazzle Camoflauge, is my current infatuation. Their opening track, “I Do, Do You?,” is a soft alt-rock song that effortlessly welcomes …
Com Truise, "Silicon Tare"
New Music

Listen: Com Truise, “Silicon Tare”

Fuel your weekend adventures with “Silicon Tare,” a synthesized, hard-hitting beat from Com Truise. And yes, I did spell his name right. There’s no words in this song, but they’re not needed. My head immediately started bobbing as soon as it began. Show your friends this song and immediately feel …

Listen: Best of March 2016 Playlist

March was an exciting time for Indie Soul Media. We attended the first annual Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival. We published our interview with indie folk artist Mere Woodard. We met artists at Natural Life Music Festival (and danced in the rain to Judah and the Lion). To share some …
Haelos, Full Curcle
March 2016, New Music

Listen: HÆLOS, “Dust”

Picking one song off of HÆLOS’ new ablum, Full Circle, was surprisingly difficult, but “Dust” immediately caught my attention. I love this song because different elements reminded me of Oh Wonder’s simplistic funk-pop and The xx’s distant, contemplative vocals. HÆLOS is a three-peice group hailing from London. They’ve been considered …
Whitney No Woman
February 2016, New Music

Listen: Whitney, “No Woman”

Whitney’s “No Woman” is an achingly beautiful ballad from Chicago folk rockers Max Kakacek and Julian Ehrlich. The song is about how heartbreak can drive us to do crazy things, like crossing city limits and leaving everything behind. Whitney’s No Woman embodies a theme of wandering without a destination, only …