Tag: indie

INTRODUCING INTERVIEW: The Clause

Birmingham indie band, The Clause, have been selling out shows in their hometown and kicking up a storm online with their multi-era influenced music. It is clear there is a lot more to come from this young band.   We…

INTERVIEW: DMA’s

The DMA’s arrived on our shores with the whir of a klaxon as they dropped their second studio album For Now on April 27th 2018. It came complete with a signing and brief acoustic performance at Rough Trade East, before…

LISTEN: Refuge Island – ‘Above Board’

Formed earlier this year, Ayrshire’s Refuge Island are an indie-punk band with swagger and a balls-in-your-face attitude that demands attention. The four-piece have dropped explosive their debut single ‘Above Board’. Written and recorded in a day, the track emits a captivating rage…

WATCH: Asylums – ‘When We Wake Up’

Asylums are offering you “front row seats for Armageddon” on new single ‘When We Wake Up”, and we recommend you take them because doomsday has never sounded so appealing. The track is the first taste from their upcoming second album…

ALBUM: Henry Green – ‘Shift’

Henry Green‘s singles in the lead up to Shift‘s release have been the aural equivalent of clean, measured, soothing breaths of pure oxygen. Now, with the release of his debut via Akira Records, his intuition and skill as an emerging…

TRACK: Motherhood – ‘Hey You’

Homegrown Liverpudlian talent and newcomers Motherhood have found a swift pace to encapsulate their audience. Following on from their last single, Save Me we now have a fresh installment of pop riffs and vigorous lyrics that implore memories of a buzz…

ALBUM: EASY- ‘A HEARTBEAT FROM ETERNITY’

As massive Swedophile and indie-pop lovers it is rather shocking how this is the first time we have come across Easy and how on God’s Earth it’s taken us this long to discover them. After completing a 20th anniversary tour …

LIVE REVIEW: THIS FEELING BIG IN 2018 AT NAMBUCCA

This feeling recently hosted a, big in 2018 event at Nambucca, one of North London’s best gig-night pub scenes going. The line-up consisted of a collaboration of some of your favourite indie darlings, the set list as follows: Lucie Barat:…