Indie

Meaning The meaning of the name Indie is Independent Or Indian, An alternative spelling of the name India, derived from the name of the river 'indus' which gave rise to the name of the country., Inda; blue; independent,

Origin The origin of the name Indie is American, Hindi, English, Taken from the name of the subcontinent, India seems to have originally been bestowed in reference to familial ties with, and affection for, the country.,

Indie Expression, Indie Soul Urge, Indie Inner Dream

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Numerology information INDIE:

numerology You are a humanitarian deeply concerned about the state of the world! You are an idealist, a dreamer and a healer with great compassion. Your path will lead you to understand the interconnectedness of all things. Your healing may take the form of writing, composing, painting or even teaching. You are an educator, always acting for the benefit of others and looking for solutions from the inspirational, intuitive and creative worlds. One of the major lessons of this number is to learn to give of oneself as much as possible, without thought of reward or return. As you can well imagine, this is a difficult lesson to put into practice. Much of your effort may be spent in learning to balance others' needs and ambitions, however large or small, against your inborn desire to contribute to those in need.

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additional This is the culture in which the name originated, or in the case of a word, the language.

additionalIndie seems to have come about as a pet form of the names India and Indigo and its meaning can therefore vary. The name can either mean ‘blue’ or ‘from India’. The word ‘indie’ is often used in English as a shortened form of the word ‘independent’..

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urbanThe term: Short for independent rock. In terms of music it would be independent of major labels/mainstream stuff. History: grew out from 60s garage, 70s punk, and 80s post punk it started in the mid 80s as alternative/college radio music. Once nirvana hit big the alternative genre split: the popular side was just alternative(Smashing Pumpkins, Hole, No Doubt, etc.) and the other half that wasn't mainstream(by choice or not) became indie rock(Pavement, Sebadoh, Built To Spill, etc). Some bands have signed to major labels but are still considered indie(Modest Mouse, etc.). Go figure. Sound: In the begining indie sounded like alternative(because it was) but it grew more experimental and weird. In Britain indie has more of a typical sound like Radiohead, Muse, etc. rather than a definition based on 'the scene.' The scene: if you really think all indie kids do is try to be cooler than other people then... well.. you're mostly right. The main point is, don't take the scene and the whole hipster attitude seriously. No one does. And if you do, well, then I'm cooler than you.

urbanjust gimme indie rock

urbanAccording to the dictionary, 'indie' is an informal version of the word independent. Although this definition is accurate, the word has come to mean more. For many, it has come to symbolize originality and forward-thinking, especially in music and design. By this definition, indie is any business or designer that is not associated with a large company. Indie can also define the consumer who chooses to support small business, independent record labels and handmade items rather than shopping at big-box stores.

urbanI can't wait to attend the upcoming fashion show- there will be some great indie designers there and I'm looking for something unique!

urbanindependent music. The anti-"emo". (well, maybe like emo's second cousin twice-removed with more talent, skill, and IQ) the state of being "indie": 1)being unable to talk to anyone about your music. 2)but knowing that, in the process, you're way cooler than the kids you try to talk to about it.

urbanindie kid: The Shins(before garden state)? Muse? The Snake The Cross The Crown? Pedro the Lion?...anyone? Bueller? anyone?

urbanA gloriously vague term for Independant Music. Basically unsigned or more obscure bands (It's odd that Radiohead and REM are considered indie...). While the indie scene is known for it's jackass elitism, this doesn't spill over and hurt what's most important....the music. One of the few generas left that can at least carry a fucking tune without screaming like a retard or crying. (Examples of Indie music) 80's- Joy Division, Sonic Youth, The Smiths 90's- Pavement, Radiohead, The Pixies, Happy Mondays (Are they considered dance music or indie rock?). Now- The Shins, Bright Eyes, Death Cab For Cutie/The Postal Service, Rilo Kelly, Modest Mouse.

urbanIndie Kid- "Do you guys carry Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain by Pavement or Closer by Joy Division? Confused FYE Employee- "Uhh, no. We do have a wall of My Chemical Romance albums on the wall behind you". Indie Kid- "Fuck"

urbanUsually late teens to mid twenties. A name often used for an artistic individual who thinks, and sincerely cares about issues one wouldn't find in the mind of most adolescents. A rare breed. Political junkies. Bargain hunters. All for organic (food, beauty and hygiene products, etc.) A very thorough knowledge of independent music, but most enjoy a variety of genres. Artistic and independent film buffs. A deep love for all forms of art. Most tend to be very witty, but this can come off as sarcastic and snobby. In high school, Indie kids were/are a bit awkward, because they find it hard to communicate with those who don't have the same ideals. This doesn't mean that they won't talk to you. Conversation is well liked among the Indie, but their ever churning minds are rarely understood. This is where humor comes in, and Indie kids tend to be very clever individuals who can come up with a funny little quip almost instantly. A lot tend to pursue stand up comedy. Also, an Indie kid will talk your ear off, sew it back on, then talk some more if music comes in to the conversation. Art is rooted deep within the heart of any Indie kid, and probably has been their entire life. Whether it be music, photography, writing, cinematography, painting, or any other art form that wasn't mentioned. Many become pretty successful artists later in life. The Green movement is also supported by almost all Indie kids. If art isn't their first passion, the earth is. The Indie style: It's not uncommon to see Indie kids haunting antique shops and thrift stores, for they love all things vintage. Earthy colors, buttons, plain t-shirts, torn fabric, knitted items, denim jeans, and comfortable shoes are all seen in the Indie style of both sexes. Vintage looking jewelry is also popular among females, but something handmade or of sentimental value is often preferred. Indie kids do care about their appearance, they just don't obsess over it. The Difference between Indie and Emo: Many have described these differences as a "war". This is not the case. If there's one thing an Indie hates, it's complete stupidity. Unrighteous self pity, and closed mindedness are all seen as stupid. Indie kids do like their style/music, but don't criticize other's for not liking it as well. They accept people of all colors, shapes, sizes, and styles. Though, once someone does show a decent amount of shallow emotion, an Indie kid will stop speaking instantly (this is bad.) There is no war, just a frustration with the traits that often come with the Emo style. All in all, an Indie kid doesn't need much to be happy. Good friends, good music, good food, good conversation, and good laughs. True bliss. A simplicity that this world seems to lack.

urbanIndie kid1:This is a good Harmony Korine film. Indie kid2: Want to watch it? Indie kid1: Sure, I'll go brew some tea.

urbanIndie, short for independant, applies to independant media, usually film or documentary and is also, more commonly, applied to a sub-culture (not a label) which involves generally music, behaviour (and in a few cases, style of dress). These people are also referd to as Indie Kids or Indie Rockers, of which most dislike these terms as it labels them in a certian group, which the the opposite object of independant! Most dislike the mainstream and the 'in-trend' and wear, listen to and do what they feel like without following fasions and rules (and im not talking about the law, Indies are just as likely to break the law as anyone else) and will always be themselvs and not put on an act for popularities sake. Obviously Indie is also a type of music which is generally soft-style rock without screaming or moshing sometime mixed with synthisised music and electronic, and is also generally on a independant record label and not well known. Altough indie is not a label it does have all sorts of connections to other groups and indie is commonly assocatied as a type of rocker, Indies, along with most other rockers, are at a long lasting 'social war' with chavs and scallies and contrary to popular belief are not in a long lasting rivalary towards Emo or sometimes Metalheads. There are also Indie wanabees and posers which are not themselvs and just act it! Just remember people... Indie is not a label, group or class!

urbanEmo - Ohh I really like that shirt but im Emo and people will get the wrong idea and not think im emo! *Cries* Indie - Ohh I really like that shirt, whay only £4! Im gettin it! Poser - But its not indie or anythin, infact its quite sporty! Indie - Ohh shurrup! I like it, im gettin it!

urbanindie is cooler than emo.

urbanindie is > emo for sear.

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