Last week we got the chance to show off new music from Cherry Glazerr, Said the Whale, Kississippi, The Darcys, and others!

And jumping into the "Weirdest Band Names Ever" category, we give you Salsa Chest!!

Here's how the show played out...

Hour 1

  • Dirty Heads (with Amy Interrupter & Travis Barker) - Rage
  • Good Morning - Country 
  • Jackie Hayes - Brand New
  • ex Porter - Lassie 
  • Burr Oak - Pulp Goddess 
  • Said the Whale - 99 to the Moon
  • Cat Popper - Breath 
  • A Great Big Pile of Leaves - Water Cycle 
  • Kississippi - Dreams With You 
  • The Ophelias - Sacrificial Lamb
  • Updog - Skellies 
  • The Joy Formidable - Sevier 
  • Sufjan Stevens & Angelo de Augustine - Back to Oz
  • Piroshka - VO 
  • The Aquadolls - Disappearing Girl 

Hour 2

  • Adia Victoria - Magnolia Blues 
  • Day Wave - Before We Knew 
  • Destroy Boys - Locker Room Bully
  • Summer Years - This Light 
  • Cherry Glazerr - Soft Drink 
  • The Parrots - You Work All Day Then You Die
  • Saint Etienne - Pond House  
  • Brad Sucks - All Right Now 
  • Secondhand Sound - Knievel
  • Olivia Lunny - Sad to See You Happy
  • Amyl & The Sniffers - Security 
  • Ament - I Hear Ya 
  • Mothe - Summer’s Almost Gone 
  • Deanna Petcoff - Failing Upwards
  • Chubby & The Gang - I Hate the Radio

Hour 3

  • Angel Olsen - Safety Dance (Men Without Hats cover)
  • Deafheaven - In Blur
  • The Scarlet Coast - Everybody
  • Quicksand - Lightning Field
  • Junior Mesa - Pushing Away
  • Charlotte Cornfield - Headlines
  • Sam Evian - Knock Knock 
  • Grace Mitchell - Tryst 
  • The FMs - Record Store
  • Chris Mardini - I’ll Try 
  • The Zolas - Ultramarine 
  • The Darcys - No Regrets
  • Salsa Chest - Motorcycle 
  • Hein Cooper - Turbulent Heart 
  • Sir Was - I Wanna Feel Like That

The video highlight from this week has to be Magnolia Blues from Adia Victoria! This is such and amazing song! It's the first release from her forthcoming record, A Southern Gothic, due out on September 17th and featuring appearances from Jason Isbell, Margo Price, and The National's Matt Berninger.

I hope you were able to listen to what did actually air and maybe found a few new artists you were into. If not, you'll have another chance every Saturday night from 9 pm-12 am. Follow Indies Only on Instagram for a peek at some of the music coming each week!