Seattle’s Least Of Creatures makes his Heroic Recordings debut with the single “Candlelight.” With it we get a sincere record that speaks to the soul. “Candlelight” has just been released today and by the end of this post, you’ll be wanting to grab this one online.
Sometimes when creators try and bring all the feels they can into a track, it feels a bit forced. “Candlelight” is an all natural expression that will leave a lasting impression on listeners of all demographics. Least Of Creatures isn’t your average songwriter, as we get a sense that his sound can go several ways in the future. We look forward to hearing just which ways it goes. Check out “Candlelight” today and see what the artist had to say about the song himself below.
“I’m not sure if it’s distinctive but it’s honest and for the most part exactly how I intended it to be. The track is soft and emotional with a touch of illegibility. I’d like an explanation point of interest to pop above listeners heads and intrigue in my future projects.”
– Least Of Creatures
Ultra and Next Wave partnered up on the release of “Wild” by the French producer Kidswaste. This indie single features the ever so talented Khai, who offers up his ravishing voice to the song. Together these two created a wonderful tune.
Despite it’s name, “Wild” isn’t actually all that wild. It’s a slow, intimate record who’s soft melodies and acoustic instrumentation sooth the soul to its very core. With such an organic sound, the song strips away your emotional safeguards to connect on some real levels with you. Unhindered, the impact the song has is lasting, making it a song you will always come back to. “Wild” is currently out now on all digital services, so head to the one of your choosing to get a copy.
Ready for the first viewing of the new music video from LACEI? You better be because we’ve got you covered with the premiere of “Sufferer,” the Los Angeles duo’s single. “Sufferer” comes off the group’s previously released EP, 11:11, that was released on October 20th, 2016.
LACEI are recognized for their indietronica sound and engaging live show. Within the music video, you get a real sense and understanding of just why that is. The visually striking music video has a simple concept, yet in execution it is quite profound. In expanding “Sufferer” the duo showed their range in creativity, while paying homage to a style of video that they knew as youngsters. It has that old-school edge to it that many act’s don’t dare try to replicate in their own way. Check it out below, along with a short quote from the band talking about the video.
“We and director Andrew Choi, created a visual that showcases the live energy of the band as well as conveys the storyline through interpretive dance.”
There’s nothing really too cool about Tuesday, other than it’s not Monday and we are that much closer to Friday. But what if we just go ahead and throw an Indie Dojo in the mix? That might just step it up a couple notches.
We already knew Charge The Atlantic were cool. The thing is, we didn’t know they were “play a song using tuned beer bottles” cool. That’s right, someone get these guys a beer sponsorship because we’re loving this creative performance video they came out with and we want more.
Together in what seems to be the living room of a home, the IPA loving four piece band play “I Know You’d Be There” with instruments you would assume to be there, along with beer bottles that they tuned specifically for the song. Not only are the bottles blown in, but also used as percussive pieces. The song is great, the video is phenomenal and Charge The Atlantic are legends. The best part of all this is that these guys are just getting started. This video was created for an NPR Tiny Desk competition, so show them some love!
Music can be oh so many things in our lives. A party starter, a travel buddy, a sleep soother, a workout spotter, a motivational speaker, a love proclaimer and a distraction provider. In almost any time of need, music’s got our back. And the indie dojo is here to bring us all together.