Village Voice:

When the Voice talked with Michael Grace Jr. of the beloved sweaterclad post-punks My Favorite recently, he talked about watching his group getting overshadowed by buzzier acts. And while indie pop will likely never be a Hot New Sound like dance-punk or chillwave, it’s undeniably having a bit of a moment in New York. SOTC gathered some of the New York’s primary experts in the field—Barretto, Grace Jr., Mondo DJs Maz and Miss Modular, the Drums’ Jacob Graham, Cake Shop co-owner Andy Bodor, and Pains frontman and indie pop Padawan Kip Berman—to discuss the genre’s recent rise, what makes it so special, and what the heck the term “indie pop” means, anyway.

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