Yellowfront is a four-piece “heart-rock” band from Brattleboro, VT. Their self-titled debut Yellowfront was released in November 2018 and it’s a gem. You can find it on their Bandcamp page. Look out for their new full-lengther due in August.
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In January of 2002, we interviewed Adriana Kaegi of Kid Creole and the Coconuts. Here’s that interview: ….. IndieDisco was very fortunate to spend a bit of time with Adriana Kaegi, co-founder and creative director of Kid Creole and the Coconuts. She’s currently creating streaming media content for the fashion world and has designed and […]
Origami Horses got in touch with us many weeks ago to tell us of their new EP Everybody Smile, a refreshingly edgy selection of five songs (three studio recordings and two live versions of the same tracks) that will, in fact, make you smile. For starters, it’s nice to hear some energy after all the […]
In 2002, we got in touch with Dawn Silva to discuss the Brides of Funkenstein, Parliament, Funkadelic, and a whole range of fun stuff, including new music she had just released. Dawn Silva 2002-10-25 Some people spend their whole life wondering what they should be doing. Others go to a concert, decide they want to […]
In January of 2002, we had the chance to interview Manda Rin from the band Bis, which later morphed into Data Panik. Manda continues with music and art to this day. IndieDisco Exclusive Interview Manda From Bis 2002-01-14 IndieDisco is delighted to share our recent interview with Manda (Manda Rin) of the Scottish pop band […]
In March of 2003, shortly after Mountain Goats released “Tallahassee,” we had a chance to interview John Darnielle about music, Florida, cannibalism, and more. John Darnielle – Mountain Goats 2003-03-21 IndieDisco was lucky to catch up with John Darnielle of the Mountain Goats, who obligingly fit us in while on tour in Europe. John filled […]
In 2002, we emailed Bernie Worrell and asked if we could interview him. Somewhat to our surprise, he agreed, and we ended up talking with him for quite a while on the phone one spring day. Here’s that interview again. Bernie Worrell If you have listened to music sometime in the last 30 years, you’ve […]