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I’ve always found it difficult to express to other musicians why I find indie music* so intriguing. Instrumentally, there usually isn’t much there — indie tends to be vocally driven, minimal, and frankly a bit repetitive. (* what is indie music? whatever I want it to be for this post)

The new single ‘White Leather’ by Wolf Alice doesn’t break this mold. It consists of a simple four measure riff that repeats throughout the entire song. In the chorus they add a second riff. That’s it.

But it still makes me smile.

Maybe I just like rhythm.





fish.
02.22.13
founder blog post!

Sanders
02.22.13
Nice, I can get on board with this

fish.
02.22.13
Wonder if "Wolf Alice" is an Angela Carter reference

OneMoreRoland
02.22.13
Gosh, that's why I love emmure. The repetition of single palm muted power chords over Frankie's wonderful insights and mannerisms. Puts a smile on my face

toxin.
02.23.13
Nice, I really dug the first track.

SputnikSweetheart
02.23.13
I guess it really depends what you look for in music. Not all good music has to be technical or groundbreaking.

Mookid
02.23.13
Awww that pic ;D

chambered99
02.24.13
first song has a great mood

Winsomniac
02.27.13
Hehehehehe, humping pugs.

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