Indie

Review: Tame Impala – Lonerism

Kevin Parker’s Perth based band TAME IMPALA make a comeback this year with their ‘Sophomore’ album ‘Lonerism’. Tame Impala are

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Review: Bastille – Academy 2, Dublin – 11/10/12

It was definitely no surprise that this gig was a sell out. With three outstanding acts to perform in such

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Review: Of Monsters and Men – My Head is An Animal

After winning their national battle of the bands competition, there was much hype surrounding ‘Of Monster and Men’. After being

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Review: Jake Bugg – Jake Bugg

New indie sensation ‘Jake Bugg’ has proved that talented musicians trying to make a name for themselves don’t need music

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Review: Two Door Cinema Club – Beacon

In 2010, a 3 piece Northern Irish band hit the Indie/Alternative scene like a ton of bricks. Two Door Cinema

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Review: Brave New Storm – Brave New Storm EP

In recent years, indie has become a genre that often raises the eyebrow of the discerning muso. To some, the

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Review: Patterson Hood – Heat Lightning Rumbles In The Distance

It would be hard to ever accuse Patterson Hood of laziness. Drive-By Truckers, the alternative country outfit he co-founded in

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Review: Stars – The North

With seemingly flawless transition, Toronto 5-piece Stars have developed from a regularly macabre yet majestic indie-rock band, into a bright

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Review: Paul Banks – Banks

Banks, the second solo offering from Interpol front man Paul Banks, opens with the driving and yet ethereal track  The

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Interview: Lucy Rose

Lucy Rose is the singer-songwriter that has shot to fame following on from signing to Columbia Records, being tipped as

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