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Indie Electronic Rock

Ares Adamidis – Black Flower: Entrancing Indietronica

Here to prove that drummers can write music is 20-year-old instrumentalist Ares Adamidis with his album, ‘Yellow’. The lead single, ‘Black Flower’, is a spacey electronic indie garage rock testament of Ares’ playful, unpretentious explorative style which bears not even a fraction of assimilation.

With hints of 00s indie with 00s pop-punk weaved into the futuristic soundscape that throws even further back to the golden age of post-punk, it doesn’t matter how many obscurities Ares threw at Black Flower, the swathes of nostalgia swallow you; while nothing in the bright and punchy mix feels stale.

His aural distinction is one thing, the energy he brings both vocally and instrumentally is quite another. You can expect the same level of energy in the most anthemic tracks by The Vaccines.

Black Flower is now available to stream on Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

blét – Under Tight Surveillance: Carnally Concordant Alt Indie Rock

Just how seductive can Experimental Indie Rock be? Hit play on Nebraska-based Alternative artist blét’s latest single “Under Tight Surveillance” and experience the salaciously beguiling tones for yourselves.

The single which dropped on February 7th starts off with an ambient yet sonorously deep Electronica soundscape which introduces the hypnotically sweet vocals and the gradual build in instrumental momentum.

Melodicism may be at the heart of Under Tight Surveillance, but their dextrous progressive style has a devilishly ensnaring capacity which puts you well and truly at the mercy of blét and their carnally concordant style.

If you’re not dead from the waist down, I’m sure you’ll love the latest single from blét as much as we did.

You can stream and download blét’s latest single Under Tight Surveillance via Bandcamp.

Review by Amelia Vandergast