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NYC, New York, United States

NYC, New York, United States
Pop Indie




"AOL Spinner makes Champagne Girlz video of the day"

Highlight: "'Champagne Girlz' is a song that just kinda happened, and I really mean that," bassist Ron Boling tells Spinner. "We recorded it in a sweaty rehearsal room in the middle of summer at an old pencil factory in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. We used GarageBand and a USB mic and the next thing you know, it's in a DC shoes skate video. Then the director of the video Daniel Haney contacted us on MySpace (lol yes, I just said MySpace) and made the video for us. Right place at the right time, I guess."

"Baeble Music Premiers Destroyher"

INDyNS released their debut single "Fields Lie Fallow" in May 2012. The second track, "Destroyher" is a dark, ambient rock song with warm and whispy vocals that give it a kind of Cursive-esque swagger. The video for "Destroyher" features the band engaged in some kind of sacrificial monastic ritual that involves a lot of fire, what look like jars of honey, and a baby doll. Check out the trippy premiere of the video.

- Baeble Music

"CMJ Spotlight Artist"

CMJ gives Indyns a great review. - CMJ

"Indyns were chosen by the deli magazine as one of the years best for clean, handsome, and lo-fi indie pop."

Indyns makes dance music for people who like spending time alone in the bedroom. Moody and atmospheric, singer/songwriter Adam Jones and band produce a dream state formed from the simplest of elements: synth, beats and reverb-drenched guitars. Somehow these elements come together to produce catchy fog machine dance anthems perfect for your next pillow party. - Deli Magazine

"Unveiled Arts gives Indyns some uplifting words."

Indyns are playing Knitting Factory this is what Unveiled Arts had to say about it. - Unveiled Arts

"Clement Co on Indyns" - Clement Co


Indyns-Champagne Girls featured on Evan Smith Skateboarding Vid - DC Shoes


Indyns-Champagne Girls Featured on Evan Smith Skate Video - DC SHOES

"New York Times- The Local Blog"

A video showing Indyns playing Fort Greene Festival with Soulive and Common. - NYT

"Bedwin Tokyo"

video feature - Bedwin campaign


Still working on that hot first release.



Indyns are a two piece pop group from NYC.