Indie

WIN Tickets For Sea Sessions 2016

With performances from the likes of Primal Scream, Tinie Tempah, Gavin James and Ham Sandwich, Sea Sessions 2016 is a

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What Does 2016 Hold For Catfish and the Bottlemen?

Catfish’s debut album ‘The Balcony’ may have came out in 2014, but 2015 was certainly their year, it was when

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Album Review: Birth Of Joy – Get Well

Psychedelic rock band Birth Of Joy are looking forward to adding to their discography with their upcoming release, Get Well.

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Album Review: Eliot Sumner – Information

2016’s music scene is off to a flying start with the release of Eliot Sumner’s new album, Information. Her first

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Album Review: Gengahr – A Dream Outside

Writing weird songs is never straightforward. It’s as complicated as it sounds, and it’s been doubly complicated for London’s alternative

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Album Review: Wolf Alice – My Love Is Cool

It seems like we’ve been waiting for a Wolf Alice record forever. After a number of EP and single releases,

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EP Review: Native People – Tapes

Raking in the sun kissed sounds of the seaside, indie-dance quartet Native People’s new Tapes EP is a sentimental digression

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Album Review: The Wombats – Glitterbug

The Wombats have always been a rather unusual entity in the indie music scene. Sonically, they fit perfectly with their

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Live Review: The Decemberists, Brixton Academy

The Decemberists – heavily bearded indie folkers with a fondness for military regalia and songs about chimney sweeps – have

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Why The Flaming Lips Covering The Beatles Is Just Wrong

When The Flaming Lips announced that they were working on covering The Beatles in the form of a full length

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