After years of working hard at local gigs around Indy and the Midwest, Noncompliant (formerly DJ Shiva) finally hit it big in 2017 and is now doing global tours including some of the biggest techno clubs in the world.
Kyle Long pens A Cultural Manifesto for NUVO Newsweekly and in 2014 began broadcasting a version of his column on WFYI.
Local musician Joshua A. Thompson created a new dynamic performance featuring many popular local acts in hopes of sharing the music of under-appreciated Black classical musicians and composers.
Indianapolis soul group The Vanguards first record has influenced music around the country since its release in the late '60s, even as far as the Chicano community in East L.A.
On January 26, Resonance will release its fifth Montgomery-focused project, a full concert from March 27, 1965 at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris, during what would be the guitarist’s first and only European tour.
“Harold is the closest Indiana has to Elvin Jones,” quoted Baker in the bio of Cardwell’s press kit.
¡ESSO!’s founder Armando Pérez grew up on the streets of Chicago, soaking in the city’s rich culture of hip-hop, house, jazz and rock. On Juntos, Pérez has masterfully fused those sounds with a kaleidoscopic array of Afro-Latin rhythms, touching on everything from reggaeton to merengue.
There are echoes of Bowie and the Kinks during the album’s anthemic sing-along choruses and rock rave-ups. But at heart Youngman is a folkie, and he wears his love for Bob Dylan on his sleeve, channeling the troubadour’s mid-‘60s work in both sound and lyrical content.