Articles about Indie
Vistas like a Strong Swimmer!
Edinburgh indie-rockers Vistas have released the video for track Strong Swimmer. Vocalist Prentice Robertson says; “We’re so excited to release Strong Swimmer to the world; it’s a real glimpse into the big bright bouncy sound we want to create. We can’t wait to get out and play it live over summer.” Check it out below; […]
Redwood go into the Night Garden!
Brit indie/emo/math rockers Redwood have revealed new single Night Garden. The track is quite a heavy topic with the theme being domestic violence. Check out the track below;
Tricot – 3
J-Math Rock. This is the only way to describe the all-girl band Tricot as they return with album #3 which is titled… 3. With 7 years experience together and numerous (and successful) tours, even supporting The Pixies at the iconic landmark (located in my home county of Cornwall) Eden Project. Tricot bring a crazed blend of music to toy […]
Goo Goo Dolls announce new EP!
Goo Goo Dolls are set to release new EP You Should Be Happy digitally on May 12th! However, if you want a physical copy, you’ll have to wait until June 16! The record is the follow-up to their 11th studio album Boxes. You can check out the tracklisting below; Tattered Edge – You Should Be […]
San Cisco – The Water
Two years after ‘Gracetown‘, Australian quartet San Cisco are back with their third album, ‘The Water’, and a new early 80’s sound. The album opens with ‘Kids Are Cool’, and straight away you can see how this band have grown in the last two years. They’ve combined their summery indie-surf-pop-rock sound and wonderful vocal layers that […]
Peaness – Are You Sure?
There’s a trio that has begun to take over the airwaves as they hit the town. Sharing their talent with the best indie pop sounds that anyone can ask for, and they go by the name Peaness. Soon to be hitting major festivals this year, this is one band you don’t want to miss out […]
Courteeners announce new shows!
Courteeners have announced two warm-up shows ahead of their sold-out show at Manchester’s Old Trafford, which is their biggest headline show to date! The dates for the warm-up shows are; Tues 23rd May Halifax Victoria Theatre Weds 24th May Sheffield O2 Academy Supports are yet to be announced, however, you’ll want to grab […]
Desert Island Discs – Tim Kasher of Cursive
Tim Kasher, lead singer of Cursive, recently hit the road for a solo tour of the UK but not without taking on our Desert Island Discs challenge. Well known for his indie rock style, it’s time to find out exactly where all that musical inspiration comes from. 1. Violent Femmes – self titled. I’ve listened […]
Bodyheat are Awake!
Essex indie-emo quintet Bodyheat have revealed their latest single Awake. The band draw inspiration from the likes of Turnover, Pity Sex, Tears For Fears and Built To Spill. Guitarist Joe Hart says of the track and video; “As much as the subject matter of the song might not match up with this, with Awake we […]
Auction For The Promise Club – See Through
Today’s track of the day comes from Auction For The Promise Club with their new single See Through! If you like your rock “bouncy with rock ’n’ roll inspired indie guitars full of adrenaline and topped with sweet, sensuous vocals,” then Auction For The Promise Club might just be the ones for you. The Cornwall […]
Enjoy It While It Lasts say …And The Hangnails
York indie-punk duo …And The Hangnails have revealed a new single! Enjoy It While It Lasts is taken from their forthcoming album Dog, set for release on May 12 via Young Thugs Records! Guitarist Martyn Fillingham says of the track; “The idea started out as a bit of joke, but then, once we got started […]
If you’re a fan of emo and pop music, then look no further than Lightcliffe. The band hail from London and Brighton and formed at the end of 2015. If you think about Ride and Bombay Bicycle Club being a diet for Owls then you get a pretty accurate description of Lightcliffe. The quartet have […]
Temples at Electric Brixton
To celebrate the release of their new album, ‘Volcano’, Temples put on a psychedelic rock dream of a show at Brixton’s Electric. This tour sees the band play in the UK and Europe, bringing their 60’s sound to a host of eager ears. Creatures kicked off the night with a lively half hour of funky music. You […]
The Brazen talk about Delusion
Sadly there is a lot of delusion in the world these days, or just people trying to say there’s a lot of delusion in the world. But when The Brazen are involved, this is some delusion we would like as that is the title of their new single! The Brit anthemic rockers have taken this […]
Harker announce Cassette Club and UK tour!
If you’re on Harker‘s mailing list, then the Brighton indie punks have a surprise for you! They have announced their Cassette Club which is a selection of tapes that will be made available free of charge exclusively to members of their mailing list! The first is a collection of tracks from a live session recorded […]