May 15, 2021
Ithaca, NY | 44°F

Review: Enduring indie band drops sharp album

By | Nov 10, 2020

“Getting into Knives” is an emotional folk-rock album from a prominent indie group The Mountain Goats.


Review: Folk artist releases earthly album with butterfly theme

By | Oct 30, 2020

Folk musician Jennifer Castle’s new album “Monarch Season” is an ethereal experience inspired by monarch butterflies.


Nepotism in indie music industry leads to unequal footing

By | Oct 15, 2020

With the rise of the internet making it easier to share music on platforms like YouTube, it seems as though anyone can produce the next hit.


Review: Vulnerable lyrics empower Diet Cig album

By | May 15, 2020

“Do You Wonder About Me?” is Diet Cig’s latest, harrowing album that uses witty and vulnerable lyrics that catapult it to success.


Review: The Strokes delivers striking addition to discography

By | Apr 26, 2020

“The New Abnormal,” the first album from The Strokes in seven years, is nostalgic of the ’80s and will keep longtime fans satisfied.


Q&A: Matt of Matt and Kim talks songwriting and Cayuga Sound

Brooklyn-based indie duo Matt and Kim are on the lineup for this year’s Cayuga Sound Festival on Sept. 21 and 22 in Stewart Park in Ithaca.


Review: Børns brings a softer sound to ‘Blue Madonna’

By | Jan 23, 2018

Back and more indie than ever, Børns was able to keep listeners hooked with each head bob–inducing track.