Indie

Interview: Tom Bright – “You’ve gotta be yourself because everyone else is taken aren’t they.”

Derby’s own Tom Bright is a serious force to be reckoned with; not something you get to say everyday. Now

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Single Review: Shadowlark – Do Your Worst

Come and get lost in the misty, night-drenched aura of Shadowlark’s debut cut ‘Do Your Worst’. It’s hard not to

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Single Review: Dirty Dollhouse – ‘The Last Time’

Female electronic-folk trio, Dirty Dollhouse,  seemed to hide themselves away in their evocative and euphonious empire after the release of  their

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EP review: HAWK – ‘She Knows’

Hawk have never been afraid to write music that makes a powerful statement. Despite not wanting to call themselves a

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London Grammar Unveil Title of their Second Album “Truth Is a Beautiful Thing”

Four long years after their critically acclaimed debut ‘If You Wait’, the Ivor Novello recipients have unveiled the details of

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Live Review: Larkins – Gorilla, Manchester

Three of Manchester’s finest indie bands descended upon Gorilla on Saturday 25th February to play a sold out show. Headliners

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Live Review: JP Cooper, Kentish Town

It has been a storied and contrasting journey for JP. He initially got his start by crafting his trade on

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Single Review: Freja Frances – ‘Porcelain Doll / Breathe’

London newcomer Freja Frances recently released her AA-side ‘Porcelain Doll / Breathe’ and if you haven’t heard it yet, you’re

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Single review: Cadence Kid – ‘The Darkness’

Los Angeles native Cadence Kid, also known as Jason Turbin, has returned with the release of another undeniably catchy indie-electro

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Album Review: The Empty Page – ‘Unfolding’

Imperative to The Empty Page’s abrasive, raw sound and style whilst bringing a fresh, live feel to every track featured,

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