Who is Kim Churchill?

Kim Churchill, The Indies, TheIndies.Com

Kim Churchill is one of the most badass up & coming indie touring artists on the planet. Kim likes to surf as much as possible and digs playing shows in coastal enclaves where the waves are pumping. I met up with him when he played the Santa Monica Pier in the early summer of 2011. First wrote about Kim on the Music Television blog after seeing a live performance video shot in his homeland of Australia on a near freezing winter night. The song title is Tides.

Kim Churchill - Tides

After hearing his story and meeting him, I came to the conclusion that he personifies the true indie spirit. He's a free thinker and very mobile man of the world. I have a funny feeling he will have a long life filled with travel and many many great songs to pay the way. GC

Connect direct with Kim Churchill at KimChurchill.Com

Kim Churchill, The Indies, TheIndies.Com
Photo of Kim Churchill - Credit: KimChurchill.Com Unknown Photographer


New Website Format - Updates Coming - Who is Nneka?

Hi Friends of The Indies!

In the last few days we've switched platforms from a GoDaddy hosted site to this new blog style format. Hope you enjoy the rollout as it occurs.

Please follow this blog and check back often, for there are sure to be some fantastic indie music, art, film & TV and indie news picks from everywhere around the world posted here.

To kick off the celebration, please enjoy this fine artist, whose video is posted below, known as Nneka. GC

Photo of global record artist Nneka - Shot by Gregory J. Chamberlain
Nneka might very well be the living modern day Bob Marley. Her music is having a hard time gaining traction in the U.S., where Sony Music has somehow withheld the release of her most recent album which was due out in late September 2011. Although Nneka is signed to a major, she most definitely personifies the indie spirit. She speaks truth to power and truth to her people. She stumps for her native Nigeria, where she is from Lagos in Niger Delta region, a place where global oil conglomerates have raped the country and it's inhabitants. She sings of corporate and political greed at the expense of the common man. She does not name names, but the gist is always well placed. Enjoy!

Nneka and her song entitled Africans

Connect direct with Nneka at NnekaWorld.Com