Indie

Single Review: Ed Patrick – Nothing Personal

Having picked up over 17 million streams on Spotify as well as his songs appearing on HBO’s New Amsterdam and

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Single Review: Monokino – Your Underground

Dutch electro-pop artist, Monokino, has spent the past few years playing across the world – from China to SXSW –

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EP Review: Versari ‘- Brûle EP

French post-punk band Versari released their sophomore album, Sous la Peau, late last year. The bristling, literary-heavy record was well

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EP Review: Chris Short ‘Somewhere’

Irish singer-songwriter Chris Short returns with the release of his stunning new EP ‘Somewhere’, out now. We were fortunate enough

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Single Review: Hollis Lomax – ‘Past Time’

Oxford four-piece Hollis Lomax have had a steady rise over the past 12 months. The alt.pop band have released their

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Single Review: IRJA – Heavy State of Mind

Having released ‘Devil You know’ and ‘It’s All Yours’ in the past year, London-based Swiss duo, IRJA, have unveiled their

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Single Review: DD Darillo ‘Loose Lips, Sink Ships’

DD Darillo make a welcome return in 2021 with the rasping new single Loose Lips, Sink Ships. Following the release

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Premiere: Chris Short ‘Consumed’

Irish singer-songwriter Chris Short pens lyrically intimate indie-folk vignettes that are bound to hit you right in the feels. Today,

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Album Review: The Actions – Flourish

The Actions have released their dystopia-laden record Flourish, out now via Niteo Records. The Bristol based duo have been together

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Album Review: Alberteen – Lowenva

Alberteen, known for creating noir-inspired, cinematic vignettes, have pushed past the confines of the lockdown to write, record and produce

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