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Indie Artist Spotlight: Indie-Music Artist Reviews for May 2014 Now Online

1 Comment 4 May 2014

Indie Artist Spotlight: Indie-Music Artist Reviews for May 2014 Now Online

This spring we’re listening to a record number of submissions and diving in deep to bring out the best for this May’s spotlight feature. This month’s reviews feature the profound and prolific Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s, Austin’s soulful act The Nightowls, indie songstress Rachael Sage, the poignant and potent Eden Fine Day, and the powerful electro-pop of Amsterdam’s Radio Days. among others.

May’s artist reviews feature Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s “Sling Shot to Heaven” (folk rock), The Nightowls’ “Good As Gold” (R&B/soul), Rachael Sage’s “New Destination” (pop), Eden Fine Day’s “Things Get Better” (folk pop), Radio Days’ “Radio Days” (electro pop), Cody Jasper’s “Cody Jasper” (blues rock), Lullwater’s “Lullwater” (grunge rock), Aloud’s “It’s Got To Be Now” (rock), Rhino House Band’s “Golden Summer” (power pop), and Gina Zavalis’ “Gina Zavalis” (pop). Visit all the reviews online by checking out the Artist Spotlight tab on the home page.

This month, guest contributor BitCandy profiles enigmatic Britpop trio Vaults, who have come streaming to the forefront of the London pop scene drawing comparisons to Chvrches and London Grammar. BitCandy is a dedicated Music Filter and free indie radio station located online at

Indie-Music thanks contributing sponsor the Independent Music Conference for promotional support to their network of independent artists. The next IMC event will take place in the last quarter of 2014 in Los Angeles, CA. Apply NOW for your opportunity to become an IMC Sponsored Scholarship recipient and attend for FREE! For more information and the link to apply, visit:

Artists, managers and publicists who are interested in submitting their material for possible inclusion in Indie-Music’s upcoming monthly Indie Artist Spotlight features can do so by following this link to read submission guidelines: Follow the instructions listed for priority consideration.

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  1. Rosalie Smith says:

    Good to come here.

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