Posts by fortitudesbrain

The most fashionable bedroom designs for 2017

Although we might think that the humble bedroom is relatively impervious to the demands of fashion, it seems as though

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Single Review: Greta Isaac – ‘Comfortable’

Originally hailing from Wales, young London-based artist Greta Isaac has, in the past, become known for her twinkling folk-inspired offerings.

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Single Review: Two Penny Blue – ‘Lament’

Making an effort to gig as regularly as possible in and around the capital, London folk trio Two Penny Blue

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Single Review: Tom Hale – ‘In The Night’

Previously of indie-rockers ROOD, Barnsley lad Tom Hale has now decided to go solo with the upcoming release of his

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Single Review: Stalagmites – ‘Binary’

Manchester indie three-piece Stalagmites are here to deliver their contagious debut single ‘Binary’ – an upbeat track full of dark

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EP Review: Bad Mannequins ‘Deny ‘Til U Die Part I’

Grasping the garage rock mantle with both hands, Bad Mannequins have taken inspiration from the likes of New York Dolls,

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5 Ways to Make Your Car More Environmentally Friendly

A recent survey shows that just 64 percent of the British public believe in climate change. This figure is at

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Single Review: Model Aeroplanes – ‘Lover’

Model Aeroplanes are finally back and clearly raring for summer with the release of their feel-good indie pop anthem ‘Lover’, out now

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Single Review: Bloodlines – ‘All Your Love’

Starting out when Andy MacGillivray and Jamie Allanach started jamming together when they were just thirteen, Scottish band Bloodlines have

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Album review: The Imagineers ‘Utopian Dreams’

Glasgow’s current indie rock scene seems to be thriving with bands such as Pronto Mama, The Van T’s and Baby

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