#1
How can I make my "heavy" hard rock dissonant toadies/qotsa sounding song sound more indie? Kinda like kings of leon, arctic monkeys, manchester orchestra etc. indie but "heavy." turn the gain down?
#2
try the lydian b7 when the parameters of x are within (-infinity, 2] and the dorian submixo scale when (2, infinity)
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#3
Study the arrangements of the artists you want to emulate. Then emulate.
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#4
write indie music then tune down like 3 steps

it'll sound sludgy without all the gain, that's how homme's always done it
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#5
I- bVI-IV progression as a back drop/bridge/ breakdown for your indie chorus/verse or make the chorus heavy. blend grunge elements into the indie.
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