7 New Tracks

We added 7 new songs over the past two weeks. Check them out!

The Orwells – They Put A Body In The Bayou

Chicagoan indie rockers “The Orwells” are back and better than ever! “They Put The Body In The Bayou” is the leading single for their most recent album, setting up a nice tone and sound for the rest of the release.

 

Boo Seeka – Oh My

Boo Seeka like to refer to themselves as a “hip-hop-psych-soul/dream-tronica” project. Thanks to their unique and interesting sound, Boo Seeka is one of the most refreshing brand-new artists we have added to the station as of recently

 

Loose Buttons – Between Brick Walls

New York City’s local artists rarely disappoint when putting out amazing new music, and this is sure not an exception. Loose Buttons have been playing gigs around the New York area for more than five years now, showing their indie roots to the whole state.

 

The Heydaze – Hurt Like Hell

The Heydaze shows us the darkest side of loss of a loved-one through their first single, “Hurt Like Hell”. Guitarist Andrew Spelman says, “Everybody’s been through something they don’t want to think about. It was important for all of us to yell on the chorus”. You can hear their emotional single here on The Spin!

 

Suitcase Junket – Beta Star

Matt Lorenz’ solo-project “Suitcase Junket” shows deep rooted rhythms of rock and blues throughout his song “Beta Star”. You can find Matt playing everywhere from street corners to living rooms to huge music festivals.

 

Northam – Love and Fame

We love local music here at The Spin, and always are showing our appreciation for the great bands of Indiana. Formed in in Evansville late last year, Northam has caught our attention with their single “Love and Fame”. At the station, we are looking forward to what they can offer us for local music in the near future.

 

Imaginary Tricks – Bird

Listening to our newest addition to the station, you would have never guessed that one man made it all simultaneously. Using cool mixing techniques in real time, Mike Visser brings together several instruments to give us a relaxing yet powerful song.

 

-Chatman