Monthly Archives : March 2010

The Ambush Is On


genre: alt-rock | grunge label: Sunset Records listen now… She Sirens Black Satellite Melbourne, Australia’s Tenpenny Joke is certainly not new to the indie-music scene as their last full-length disc, Ambush On All Sides, was released in 2007.  They are, however, new to us here at Froglix and when our friends at musicSUBMIT.com introduced us to their leviathan sound we…

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New Music From IM Munroe


label: unsigned genre: alt-rock | indie-pop No One Knows Toronto’s IM Munroe are back in the mix with a new track from I Am Here, their full length disc reviewed by Froglix just a few short months ago.  ‘No One Knows’ is an indie rock/pop ballad of sorts that highlights the range of brothers Ian and Mark as musicians, complete…

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The Shortbus Sets Sail


Alas, it’s with a heavy heart that Froglix bids adieu to California’s Long Beach Shortbus.  We were first introduced to this phenomenal band shortly after we launched by the founder of Long Beach Records, Mudd Lowther.  Mudd was kind enough to send a box full of great music from the Shortbus and other great LBR artists to include Falling Idols,…

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Just In Time for the Weekend – OuterSound


Yes indeedy! After a brief (and quite productive) hiatus Froglix is back with a brand new installment of OuterSound. Experience true indie music at it’s finest! In this episode we are featuring tracks (in order of appearance) from The Skylife (Vancouver, CAN), Blair Lott Band (Atlanta, GA), Killer Godzilla (Newcastle, GBR), Diversifyd (San Marcos, CA), Variety Workshop (Tampa, FL), Weather…

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Prophet Z


genre: dancehall | reggae label: unsigned Can’t Run Brooklyn’s own Prophet-Z joins the broadcast with a track off of his latest studio effort entitled Ambition Over Laziness. “Can’t Run” couples smooth reggae melodies with dynamic dancehall rhythms that will leave listeners with good vibrations as it is well-produced, well-played and on point.  Froglix is looking forward to hearing more from…

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Mile High Kisses


genre: electro | indie | rock label: unsigned I Kiss You Denver, CO’s 28-200 (twenty eight to two hundred) joins the broadcast with “I Kiss U” from their 2009 independent release Video Games & Popsicle Sticks . Mr. L (guitar, bass, vox) and Aimee (vox, drums, other) deliver an electro-indie rock gem that lies somewhere between Dido and the Cure. …

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