Happy Holidays / New Music Friday – December 21, 2018


Hello to all our readers,

We here at The Indy Review have had a great time this year finding the best new (and sometimes older music) and sharing it with you. We’ve been able to connect with many of you, and many of the artists we love, and want to simply thank all of you for reading and being part of The Indy Review community.

We’re going to be taking a break for the holidays and returning in the new year, refreshed and ready to discover and share all the great tunes 2019 has in store.

Until then, wishing you all a very Happy Holidays and New Year. Enjoy the new music below (as well as the albums and tracks from our Best of lists) as you celebrate.


Bo, Jerrod & Cesar


So what tunes are closing out our year? Well, we get a buoyant new ska album from Reel Big Fish that will have you skanking through Xmas.

In songs, we have the long-awaited return of Jack White‘s other band The Raconteurs, releasing two new songs as part of the 10th anniversary of their debut. There’s a new melancholy holiday tune from our friends in Pacific Radio, and a moving tribute to Chris Farley from Adam Sandler. There’s also new tracks from The Avett Brothers, guitar virtuoso William Tyler, rapper Wale, and indie artist Neon Indian.

It’s just the right amount of new music to get us through New Years.


Reel Big FishLife Sucks…Let’s Dance!


Pacific Radio – December

The Raconteurs – Sunday Drive / Now That You’re Gone

Adam Sandler – Farley

The Avett Brothers – Trouble Letting Go

William Tyler – Call Me When I’m Breathing Again

Robert Ellis – Passive Aggressive

Neon Indian – Heaven’s Basement (Theme from 86’d)

Wale – Winter Wars

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