The English singer-songwriter, bass guitarist and producer Nick Lowe began his recording career in 1966 as part of the Kippington Lodge, a blues and country rock group.
One of the single most influential musicians in today's world, Paul Simon was named one of the "100 People Who Shaped the World" by Time magazine.
Washed Out is the moniker of 28-year old Ernest Greene, who recorded his first tracks on a laptop in his parents' Georgia home.
Mexican singer-songwriter Ximena Sariñana first flexed her creative muscles in a role on the telenovela Luz Clarita, until she discovered a passion for music by composing scores for her father, a film director.
When The Zombies' song "Time of the Season" grew into a popular radio hit in 1969, the baroque pop UK group had already disbanded, following a stint in the British Invasion.
Wild Flag is a power couple if a power couple can ever have four members: their intense, brilliant success is due to the fact that every member is a valuable veteran of the indie rock scene
When folk-rock group DeYarmond Edison broke up in 2006, Justin Vernon created Bon Iver, and the other three members, Joe Westerlund and brothers Brad and Phil Cook formed Megafaun.
Since his 1986 studio debut, Talk of Heaven, LA-based singer-songwriter and producer Joe Henry has consistently created masterful compositions that expertly defy convention.
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks formed after frontman Malkmus’s previous endeavor, Pavement, went on hiatus in 1999.
Los Angeles-based Fool’s Gold synthesizes Afropop rhythms and melodies with Western indie stylings, but this collective is not just any old member of the indie-World bandwagon.