Tag : indie pop

The Colourful Indie-Pop of Bad Sounds Comes To The Wardrobe, 31.10.18

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The colourful indie-pop band with a flair for the unusual, Bad Sounds are taking over after the release of their debut album Get Better. Their first EP, PHRESSSH succinctly summed up the band’s energy and introduced them to the world. Get Better was released this year and includes favourites such as … Read More

Absurdist Satire Rules in John Grant’s ‘Love Is Magic’

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John Grant’s latest solo album Love Is Magic has something for everyone; from funk and alt rock to wavy synths and videogame music, acoustic guitars and bouncing beats – the album focuses on themes of transformation, temporariness, and escape, tying the whole thing together with a satirical style and casual … Read More

Parcels Release Self Titled Debut

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A compelling and energetic live act, Australian indie-funk band Parcels have made their name on danceable disco hits that prioritise fun. On their self-titled debut, however, the band offer up an inconsistent collection of tracks that only hint at their potential. Despite being largely well produced, the energy from the … Read More

Ten Fe @ Headrow House, 18/3/17

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London duo Ten Fe have graduated from the hard graft of busking in the Underground to recording their debut album ‘Hit The Light’ with producer Ewan Pearson, acclaimed for his work with newcomers such as Jagwar Ma. The result is a record that has innovative highlights but is clearly indebted … Read More

In the Middle with Toothless

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As someone who is happy to call Bombay Bicycle Club my favourite band and my favourite soundtrack to almost any life event, their 2014 hiatus left me feeling something was very much missing. But, luckily enough, the band’s solo projects provided more than enough Bombay to keep me happily plodding … Read More

Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect by Sundara Karma

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Throughout 2016, Sundara Karma built up rapid hype that saw them filling tents at Reading and Leeds, selling out headline tours and being relentlessly played at Fuzzy Logic on a Thursday. A week into 2017 and they’ve released their debut album, Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect; however, with a … Read More