Indie

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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EP Review: yllwshark – yllwshrk

After recently appearing on Radiohead’s latest album A Moon Shaped Pool, classically trained composer Ian Anderson has teamed up with

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Album Review: Tetish – Tetish

The debut self-titled album from Tel-Aviv based indie-electro band Tetish is a high octane, heartfelt pop album, accompanied by undeniably

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Single Review: GANGS – Thieves

GANGS new single Thieves is an abrasive rock & roll anthem incorporating an abundance of attitude and brass that is

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Live Review: We Are Scientists @ Koko, London

Last Wednesday night, iconic Camden venue Koko played host to thrilling New York-based indie rock band We Are Scientists. Formed

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