Posts tagged under indie pop
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Single Review: Castells – ‘Falling For You’

Indie four-piece Castells have highlighted their hard working ethos by releasing a single every month or two in 2021. Falling

24/03/2021
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Single Review – Bad Love ‘Cashmere Tears’

Having wowed us in the summer with uplifting banger A Place For Me, Manchester band Bad Love have returned with

01/12/2020
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Single Review: Collect Call – ‘Pretense’

Brighton based artist Collect Call has released the dreamy new single, ‘Pretense’, out now via Murmuration. Having spent many years

23/10/2020
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Single Review: Nuala – ‘Split Down The Middle’

Taken from the forthcoming Me&Me EP, up and coming pop singer Nuala has dropped her summery single Split Down The

03/06/2020
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Album Review: Georgi Kay – Where I Go To Disappear

Picture this: You’re still coming down from the Hallowe’en high – you’re not yet ready to relinquish the monsters that,

23/10/2018
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Live Review: Alex Cameron, Liverpool Arts Club

On the penultimate date of his EU/UK tour, Australian alt-pop star Alex Cameron played a blinding set at Liverpool’s Arts

18/04/2018
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Single Review: Tuesday Syndicate – Hourglass

Having already wowed crowds at the Isle of White Festival and the Shepherd’s Bush Empire, Devon’s Tuesday Syndicate have returned with the release of their

05/04/2018
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The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart share new track ‘Hell’

Band unveil the lead track for the forthcoming Hell EP. It’s starting to get cold outside, so warm your cockles by listening

11/11/2015
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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

21/04/2015
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Track Review: Tom Bright – Berlin

Derbyshire’s finest spits up an undeniably cold, and truly remarkable debut track. Johnny Marr, John Squire and The Clash’s Mick

25/10/2014