The Indy In-Tune Blog

Covering you from the front row, to backstage, and right out to the alley behind the club.

Listening Party 04: Infamous - Inspire Yourself

By: Darrin Snider -- Saturday, April 26, 2014
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Listening Party 03: Veseria - Voyager

By: Darrin Snider -- Sunday, March 2, 2014
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Listening Party 02: September Sky - Letter to Fear

By: Darrin Snider -- Saturday, August 31, 2013
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Listening Party 01: The Grinning Man -- Watch Where You Point That Thing

By: Darrin Snider -- Saturday, July 13, 2013
Here is a bit of an experiment I've always wanted to try:  A CD listening party live on the air.  It's a bit of a different animal from a podcast in that it would be focused mostly on music, and less about the interview, there would be no o... (Read Full Article)

Gear Up for Summer

Back by popular demand for a limited time only, "I support local music ... and yes, that does make me better than you." Show the world that you, too, are a proud elitist music snob! Get yours before time runs out...

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