Indie Pop For Spire
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Indie Pop brings 60 spire patches all expertly programmed synth pop fused with modern ambient sounds: nostalgic lush synth pads, indie-kissed fat basses, oozing leads and bunch of soulful hazy keys and plucks.
Though each group approaches the genre in a specialized way, crunchy guitar tones, odd song arrangements, lush mixes, and quirky melodies are all significant factors of indie rock music. Artists like The Strokes and The Killers brought indie rock into the limelight in the early aughts, since passing the torch to artists like Kurt Vile, Grizzly Bear, Big Thief, and Tame Impala, who have each found huge success as indie rock artists in the mainstream.
Spire Studio is packed with great guitar effects, from various distortion options to everything weird and warbly, so in creating your indie rock song, you have plenty of tools to work with. To get started, try narrowing your options down to your amp simulators, and work up from there.
One thing to keep in mind when creating your indie rock song is to create layers with guitar tracks. Try saving two tracks for your rhythm guitars, and use another two or three tracks for doubling leads, additional harmony parts, or even just for some background noise. Our example uses six guitar tracks overall; some are doubles, and others are mixed into the background for a subtle guitar kick.
Getting a unique vocal tone in an indie rock song is just about as important as getting great guitar tone, but there are a few more obstacles to consider: achieving clarity in your lyrics, and blending your voice into the sonic palette of your song.
MARIELLE KRAFT Thursday, February 2 | 7:30 PM The indie pop singer/songwriter, based in Nashville, displays craftsmanship beyond her years, following suit to artists like Shawn Mendes, Maisie Peters, and Taylor Swift. Her gift for storytelling is evident through her use of salient detail, raw emotion, and poignant word choice describing moments "exactly as they feel." Link to artist's website
SHANE GUERRETTE March 2 | 7:30 PM It's the old way of doing things that inspires a new sound for upstate NY based artist, Shane Guerrette. Drawing influence from classic soul and roots rock genres, Shane has only just begun to craft his own retro flavored sound reminiscent of the past while still finding a way to make it feel new again. Link to artist's website
ZACH PERSON May 4 | 7:30 PM The new face of indie rock out of Austin, Texas, Person plays loud, raw, and connects with his music fans on a primal sonic level. Person has a swagger, talent and grit beyond his years. With the poise of a seasoned veteran on stage and the stylings of a mega star, he commands an audience in seconds. Link to artist's website
Honest Mechanik, an indie-pop duo born in the wilds of Medford, MA comprised of Susan Cattaneo and Paul Hansen. Featuring quirky lyrics and ear-worm melodies, Honest Mechanik has the vibe of The Velvet Underground paired with the intimacy of Belle and Sebastian.
Heartbroken: Indie Pop Folk from Sample Factory and Big Fish Audio is a definitive collection of sad and melancholic melodies, hooks, and rhythms that will help you extract emotion from your audience within seconds. This library is inspired by artists like Ray LaMontagne, Sara Bareilles, A Fine Frenzy, Amos Lee, Brett Dennen, Joshua Radin, and many more. Heartbroken: Indie Pop Folk perfectly blends haunting pedal steel guitars, sad acoustic guitars, and rootsy drums giving you the ability to express a wide range of feelings by combining various elements from this library. This library is everything you need to create heartbroken and sad sounding productions with a folk twist right out of the box.
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Even though Sony and Microsoft just released state-of-the-art consoles with major video game titles on the way, we can't forget the indie games that pushed us through a grueling year. I've put together a short list of games that I loved, but there's always more to discover on Steam or your console's online store. And keep in mind that only one of these games actually came out in 2020.
Dead Cells, by indie developer Motion Twin, is a masterclass in the roguelike genre. It mixes that signature perma-death gameplay and medieval flair while simultaneously operating as a 2D platformer. You control a ball of slime that inhabits a corpse, using its limbs to pick up weapons and plow through creatures infected with a deadly virus, collecting power-ups and treasure along the way.
Hollow Knight is the inaugural video game by Team Cherry and it's an indie treasure. Its dramatic, sprawling backgrounds and cryptic lore make this platformer a no-holds-barred adventure that encourages thorough exploration and inventive combat.
You guide one of the two available characters, The Ironclad and The Silent, up into the treacherous labyrinth of the spire in order to kill the big bad bosses of each map. Of course, these maps are crawling with all manner of traps and beasts looking to stop your progress.
I don't know why, but in recent years girls have become scarce in the rock world in general. In indie rock, it's even worse. We hardly see them anymore. So it's always a pleasure to hear pretty female vocal harmonies knocking on the door! So, if you are a musician and have plans to start a band, please consider taking girls! It is missing! La Fonda is a Seattle dream pop band led by two sisters. A family adventure that today allows them to flourish in what they love the most: music. In this new single released today, "Delusional Bird", we found a few ingredients that seemed familiar to us. The delicious vocal harmonies of the sisters reminded us of another family adventure, across the Atlantic Ocean, in Ireland: The Corrs. But La Fonda has a unique sound. A style that may seem retro, made with modern production tools, a melody that sticks to your mind in just a few seconds, and above all, emotion. Because you know, this blog wouldn't work for years without emotions. I'm not used to bitching, but honestly, I find that their number of monthly listeners on Spotify has a problem: it proves that our brains are lobotomized by what we hear on the radio every 2 hours, and that we all urgently need to find something else. So do me a favor. Share this band with your friends and family. They need it. I mean: your friends, and your family need it. Show them that there's something else than Ava Max.
Regardless of how well Live365's data on the music it broadcasts matches the tastes of its listeners, it does suggest that 'Net radio has become a very important outlet for independent labels, if only because it provides opportunities for music fans to encounter indie music. Seeing webcasters scale back their operations due to high royalties and DRM would harm independent labels by giving them one less medium to get their music in front of fans.
Both shows start at 8 p.m. on the respective nights, and all tickets are $15. The Spire Center is at 25 1/2 Court St. in Plymouth, and more information can be found at www.spirecenter.org, or by calling 508-746-4488. 2b1af7f3a8