Articles about Indie
Johnny Foreigner talk ‘The X and The O’, ‘Flooding’, and their tour
Johnny Foreigner are a four-piece indie-rock band hailing from Birmingham – and they’ve just released an amazing EP after a busy few months. We spoke to Alexei from the band about their recent releases, and their tour.
Blitzkrieg City Talk Touring Europe, New EP and Amsterdam | Interview
Emma Wilkins caught up with cheeky chaps Blitzkreig City from Bristol as they gear up to release their new EP. The band have often been described as an indie/punk/rock mash-up, making for a pretty interesting sound to their tracks. The band is led by founding memeber Danny Pugh, who’s sheer unbridled desire to make it, maintains the beating heart of the band. On the eve of their new EP release and subsequent European tour Emma decided to catch up with them….
Speak Low If You Speak Love release Jimmy Eat World cover!
State Champs bassist and singer/songwriter Ryan Scott Graham’s solo indie rock project Speak Low If You Speak Love has released a new track, a fantastic cover of Jimmy Eat World’s Kill.
Indie Rockers Sunset Sons Talk About Touring, New Music and Their Debut Album | Interview
Sunset Sons have been touring the UK on their headline tour, bringing their indie rock sound to the masses. We caught up with Pete to find out how life has been since their debut album was released and just how much fun being on the road is.
Welsh Indie Rockers Crystal Balloon take on the A-Z Interview Challenge
Welsh indie rockers Crystal Balloon released their debut EP Hurricane on July 15. They recorded the EP over four months with George Shilling, the legendary producer behind some of Oasis and Primal Scream’s best hits. The band, comprised of vocalist/guitarist Jack Stanton, guitarist Tim Burden and drummer Erik Karvik draw inspiration from a range of genres, creating their own gritty riff and catchy hook combination, overlaid by smooth vocal harmonies. We asked Jack from Welsh Indie Rock Band Crystal Balloon to take on the A-Z Interview Challenge!
Mouses – The Mouses Album | Album Review
Hipster rockers rejoice, Mouses are here to bring you their own special brew of lo-fi, grunge fuelled noise via their brand new (and imaginatively titles) ‘The Mouses Album’.
From Indian Lakes – Everything Feels Better Now – album review
From Indian Lakes have created the dreamiest and one of the most impressive albums of 2016.
Interview With Dowsing
With a few member changes and doubts over if the end of Dowsing was on the horizon, the band recovered, recollected their thoughts and released a fantastic new record entitled ‘OKAY’. We caught up with Vocalist, Erik Hunter-Czaja and here is our chat…
Spector at Camden Assembly Live Review
R.I.P. to the beloved Barfly in Camden, and hello to Camden Assembly. Camden Assembly’s reopening consists of two weeks of great gigs in a venue which has seen the likes of The Killers and Oasis; and Spector are just one of many great bands to perform over the two weeks.
TALL SHIPS SHARE VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE ‘MEDITATIONS ON LOSS’
Coming swiftly off the back of ‘Meditations On Loss’, the band’s first new music since early 2015, Brighton’s Tall Ships return today with the track’s accompanying clip – directed by Ben Phethean, brother of the band’s frontman Ric.
Beach Baby – No Mind No Money
Right off the bat, obvious comparisons are going to be made when it comes to Beach Baby, regardless if it is matching them to a certain time-period or striking a likeness between some fellow indie peers. However, this band is so much more than that…
Track of The Day: Call by Faux
Having received an overwhelming response to their recently released EP ‘Inhale’, Faux are now happy to share their new video for ‘Call’.
Muncie Girls Release ‘Respect’ For Refugee Action!
Exeter indie-punk trio Muncie Girls have released single ‘Respect’ for ‘Name Your Price’ download with all proceeds raising funds in aid of Refugee Action. Lande from the band explains “Refugee Action is a UK-based charity that supports refugees and asylum seekers and campaigns for a fairer asylum system. They do such important work, so check them out!”.