Indie

Premiere: Chris Short ‘Consumed’

Irish singer-songwriter Chris Short pens lyrically intimate indie-folk vignettes that are bound to hit you right in the feels. Today,

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Album Review: The Actions – Flourish

The Actions have released their dystopia-laden record Flourish, out now via Niteo Records. The Bristol based duo have been together

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Album Review: Alberteen – Lowenva

Alberteen, known for creating noir-inspired, cinematic vignettes, have pushed past the confines of the lockdown to write, record and produce

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Album Review: Josh Thorpe – Love & Weather

Glasgow-based Canadian Josh Thorpe has released his new album Love & Weather. Featuring Rory Haye (Alex Rex) on bass and

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Album Review: A.S. Fanning ‘You Should Go Mad’

As the year finally comes to a close, it becomes a time for self-reflection and reaching out to loved ones.

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Single Review: DD Darillo – ‘Time Will Tell’

Boy Azooga’s Dylan Morgan has peered out from behind the curtain of the renowned indie rock band and released debut

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Premiere: Jack Stark ‘As Feathers’

His name may make him sound like he’s come straight out of Game of Thrones but don’t be fooled, there’s

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EP review: George Barnett ‘Make It Rain’

We first featured George Barnett a few months back when he released his pop-infused banger ‘Parasite’ and we were all

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Versari announce UK release of album Sous la Peau!

French post-punk three-piece Versari have announced the release of their new album, Sous La Peau. Featuring Portishead’s Adrian Utley, who

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Album review: Moviestar ‘The Curse and the Currency of the Twenty-First Century’

Everyone’s favourite intergalactic archeologists Moviestar are back with the release of their wonderfully eccentric new album ‘The Curse and the

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