Author Archives: Kate Crudgington

About Kate Crudgington

Assistant Editor for Gigslutz (2015-2017) Now Co-Founder, Co-Host & Features Editor for @getinherears

LISTEN: Swimmers Jackson shares new single ‘So Tired’

Described as a “solo effort, with a lot of help and community spirit,” Irish born, London based musician Swimmers Jackson (aka Niall Jackson) has shared his latest single ‘So Tired’. The closing track on his latest album Murmuration, Jackson enlisted…

LISTEN: A Cause In Distress – ‘Lumbering’

Self-described as the “three-headed love child of Nine Inch Nails, Fugazi & Radiohead, if it was fathered by David Lynch”, Southend outfit A Cause In Distress blend dystopian electronics, yearning vocals and vivid beats on their debut single ‘Lumbering’. Released via…

ALBUM: Charlie’s Hand Movements – ‘Nuclear Tapes’

An eclectic mix of alt-pop tracks that explore everything from elation to embarrassment; Charlie’s Hand Movements cover the spectrum of emotion on their third album, Nuclear Tapes. The “deeply unsuccessful” pop duo – their words, not ours – have created…

ALBUM: Swimmers Jackson – ‘Murmuration’

Brimming with an irrepressible sense of optimism; Niall Jackson – aka Swimmers Jackson’s – latest album Murmuration is a collection of shiny indie musings that celebrate the bittersweet nature of life’s experiences. The Dublin-born, London-based musician is fueled by the…

INTERVIEW: Indian Queens

Formed of sisters Jennifer (guitar/vocals) and Katherine (bass) O’Neill, and lifelong friend Matthew Dudan-Bick (drums), Indian Queens were born and raised in Hackney Wick. Today (April 3rd) the band have shared their debut album, God Is A Woman, released via…