Everyday Joe

We live lives no different than yours on the outside. We could be your customer or in your class or office, but there is something remarkably different about us. Sure, we ...


South By South Suds

It was hot out and we needed to cool down our frigid Boston blood with some ice cold brews.  We did so by reaching for some great local beers from ...


Sneakers & Speakers SXSW 2013: Presented By Indie, Bikes & Beer

It was a warm and sunny kind of Austin day- cloudless sky,  the smell of Texas barbecue in the air, and a line-up of sweet music curated by brothers, Matt ...

Cool Stuff


Chandeliers: ‘Monday EP’

Allston, Mass- Rock City. Where basement shows are more common than Sox games ...

Youth Lagoon: ‘Wondrous Bughouse’

Somewhere in between life and death, Wondrous Bughouse, plays as sounds of the ...
Preston Lovinggood: 'Sun Songs'

Preston Lovinggood: ‘Sun Songs’

After what has felt like an eternity, Preston Lovinggood, former front man ...

New Stuff


Ski Lodge: ‘Just To Be Like You’

A longtime favorite of ours at IB&B, we were ecstatic to find that New York indie pop group, Ski Lodge, released a new song last week following a slight hiatus. With some slight reconstruction, Ski Lodge has come back to sway us all with a wonderfully fresh piece of music with, Just To Be Like You. Through flowy ringing […]

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Quick Listen: Lost Lander- ‘Cold Feet’

Portland, Oregon indie pop/rock outlet, Lost Lander,  has been quietly making waves through their uniquely catching ability to write songs- mildly reminiscent of early Snow Patrol. With a winter 2012 debut release of, DRRT, Lost Lander has toured around much of the West, teasing fans with energetic performances and sweet harmonious tracks.  Broken down into four members, Lost Lander is […]

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Beako: ‘Slow Rock and Roll’

It’s a bit prolific folk and jangly rock, or it’s just the creative sounds of Pennsylvania native, currently residing in Charlottesville, Virginia, Daniel Zezeski, who records under the name, Beako and released his very recent and first release, Slow Rock and Roll, via Countrywide Records in January. A very much subdued album, Slow Rock and Rock, is […]

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Quick Listen: City & Colour- 'Old Man'

Quick Listen: City & Colour- ‘Old Man’

Photo By: Serving as the prolific folk singer/songwriter of my generation, Canadian musician, Dallas Green has been kicking ass and taking names for many years. May it be his time with Alexisonfire or the creation of City and Colour, Green has set himself apart from other musicians for his distinct ability to fascinate listeners with honestly beautiful […]

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Aan- 'Mystery Life 7"'

Aan- ‘Mystery Life 7"’

Portland, Oregon surf pop group, Aan, has been exploring the alternative scene for about six years, playing much of the West coast with a handful of short, but tasty EPs. Just a few weeks back, they released a two song 7″ called, Mystery Life– and it’s damn pretty cool. The opening and title track, Mystery […]

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Marriages: 'Kitsune'

Marriages: ‘Kitsune’

Flirting along the lines of noise, punk, early emo, and everything in between, Marriages, is the Los Angeles duo consisting of Greg Burns and Emma Ruth Rundle. Formed only a couple years back, Marriages released a six song album, Kitsune, last spring through Sargent House Records. Much of the record taunts us with danger as […]

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Infinity Crush: 'Stumble Pretty'

Infinity Crush: ‘Stumble Pretty’

Infinity Crush is the wildly creative project of Caroline White, who writes and records (along with Dan Cordero) compelling tracks of personal struggles and how she goes about coming to terms with her distress. Infinity Crush’s recent release, Stumble Pretty, is the explicitly honest expressions of White’s internal battle. Stumble Pretty is quite complex really. On the surface, we […]

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February Six Pack

February Six Pack

February has been a fun month with Nemo, Valentine’s Day, great album releases, and sweet concerts, but it’s the carbonated beverages we’ve been sampling that could possibly tickle your fancy. Included is a list of six brews that Wes and I have compiled to be some of our favorites this month. Try ’em if you can, really […]

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SXSW 2013: Sneakers & Speakers

SXSW 2013: Sneakers & Speakers

Indie, Bikes & Beer is pleased to announce that Matt Bonner of the San Antonio Spurs (and friend of IB&B) will be hosting a special showcase called Sneakers & Speakers (SNS) at Club Deville on Wednesday, March 13 from 12:00-6:00PM during the week of SXSW in Austin, TX.  SNS will operate as a fundraiser to […]

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Quick Listen: Old Abram Brown- 'Novelty Prize'

Quick Listen: Old Abram Brown- ‘Novelty Prize’

                                                    Photo By: Old Abram Brown Currently touring around much of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic with fellow New Hampshirites, Tan Vampires, the extremely promising young band from Southern, NH known […]

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Review: Tan Vampires @ The Mid East 2.17

Review: Tan Vampires @ The Mid East 2.17

Born out of endless acreage of white birch and maple, alongside 13 miles (some say 18…) of beautiful Atlantic coastline, New Hampshire’s very own, Tan Vampires, rolled into Cambridge with a very heavy Granite State line-up, to show us all that the Shire’s music scene is very much alive and well.  Opening up the evening was the endlessly […]

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2013 Solid Sound Festival

2013 Solid Sound Festival

Held in North Adams, Mass, The Solid Sound Festival is Wilco’s way of showing appreciation to a handful of talented artists- stretching far beyond music, but into the visual and entertainment realms as well. Just two days ago, the official line-up was released with much excitement for what should be an amazing three days (June 21-23, 2013) […]

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