Posts tagged under indie
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Kate Nash, Hudson Taylor, Wyvern Lingo and new Urban Village added to Indie18 Lineup

The summer months are just beginning to rear their heads over the horizon, bringing with them the 2018 festival season.

18/04/2018
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In defence of: Arctic Monkeys – Humbug

As the music world reacts to the news that Arctic Monkeys are releasing their long-awaited sixth album ‘Tranquillity Base Hotel

17/04/2018
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Album Review: Cabbage – Nihilistic Glamour Shots

After multiple e.p.s and a compilation album, Mossley punks Cabbage finally release their long awaited debut album “Nihilistic Glamour Shots’.

04/04/2018
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Single Review: Indigo Husk – Not Feeling Better

‘Not Feeling Better’ is the latest release by London based indie-garage rock outfit ‘Indigo Husk.’ It is a high energy,

14/03/2018
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Single Review: Little Hours – Heavy On You

Little Hours as a band have undergone a bit of a metamorphoses in recent times. The experimentation and adaptation of the

13/03/2018
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EP Review: Cold Years – Northern Blue

This year’s newest British take on the classic Bruce Springsteen-esque Americana sound comes in the form of Scottish rock band

03/03/2018
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Æ MAK Launch New Single – ‘Glow’

After a stellar 2017, the Irish Art-Pop band Æ MAK have launched their latest single, ‘Glow’. Æ MAK’s latest track, ‘Glow’, features their

26/02/2018
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Video Premiere: Zoofan – Sunbeam

Electronic/indie London duo Zoofan released their debut single, ‘Sunbeam’, back in October. We are delighted to premiere their music video for the

05/12/2017
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Video Premiere: Reckless Jacks – Guide You In The Dark

With steady support from a growing fanbase, London based indie band Reckless Jacks are here at Fortitude Magazine with an exclusive

29/11/2017
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Single Review: Glass Peaks – Hold Me Closer

Indie trio Glass Peaks have just released their mesmerising sophomore single Hold Me Closer. With a sound described as “melancholic

01/11/2017