Indie

Live Review: Daddy Issues/PAWS – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Legendary Leeds venue The Brudenell Social Club was the place to find fuzzy indie rock on Sunday evening (9/12/18), with

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Single review: Safe To Swim ‘Friends’

Brightonian four-piece Safe To Swim prove that indie-rock is well and truly here to stay with their infectious new single

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Live Review: Shame – Stylus, Leeds

In January, London based punk quintet Shame released their debut album Songs of Praise to widespread critical acclaim. Now, as

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Single Review: All The Luck In The World – ‘Tested & Tried’

Alternative-folk three-piece All The Luck In The World make an impressive return following the release of the wonderful album ‘A

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EP review: Jo Marches ‘Day In Day Out’

Utrecht outfit Jo Marches have certainly pulled out all the stops for their latest release and we can’t get enough.

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Single Review: M.Rexen – ‘Henrï’

Multi-instrumentalist M.Rexen has gained quite a reputation in Denmark having already garnered notable support from the likes of Noisey. Now,

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Single review: Daze ‘Reformation’

Following in the footsteps of the likes of Foals and Bloc Party, North London’s DAZE prove they are here to

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Live Review: IDLES – Stylus, Leeds

On my way to Stylus, the venue in the heart of Leeds University student union, I realise I am lost.

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Single Review: Static Future – ‘Oh Master!’

Having developed their post-disco sound over the last few years, gaining support from the likes of Amazing Radio’s Simon Raymonde

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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,

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