You Indie is a daily music/fashion blog dedicated to sharing information about independent music, bands, record labels from a variety of genres, and clothing, kicks and accessories that we appreciate. Contributors to this blog are budget counterculture fashionistas and seasoned independent music fans, photographers and journalists who have been published in a variety of publications including Rolling Stone on-line, Strength Skateboarding, Alternative Press, Substream Music Press, Delusions of Adequacy webzine, DoneWaiting blog, etc.
You Indie has interviewed a variety of bands including: The Avett Brothers, Enabler, Cheap Girls, Water Liars, Dead Leaf Echo, Loma Prieta, Self Defense Family, Miss May I, Into It. Over It., Police and Theives, Russian Circles, Six Gallery, Friendly Foes, Matt Talbott (Hum), Grown Ups, Deafheaven, Adam WarRock, The Story So Far, Transit, Belle Histoire, Anti-Flag, Living With Lions, Hawthorne Heights, Skeletonwitch, No Trigger, Bryce Dessner (The National), Marriages, Over The Rhine, Terrible Things, Regents, Dowsing, Ringo Deathstarr, Grey Market, Diamond Youth, Citizen, Say Anything, Girl In A Coma, Nightbeast, Hostage Calm, Title Fight, Afghan Whigs, Such Gold, Mixtapes, I Was Totally Destroying It, Fireworks, California Wives, Brian Olive, Funerals, Soft Riot, artists Don Pendleton, Clint Reno and Derek Hess, and more…
You Indie were also sponsor of the 2011 and 2012 Cyclops Music and Art Festival. a partner with The Southgate House and The Southgate House Revival in giving out tickets to dozens of shows, teamed with Ghettoblaster Magazine to give out a prize package of Helldiver comics, and has hosted a contest hatched by skater/TV personality Rob Dyrdek (and Hardees).
The blog has been featured in alt-weeklies such as The Dayton City Paper and Columbus’ Alive!.
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