Posts tagged "Indie-Pop"(Page 3)

Foals frontman set to launch South London Club Night

Yannis Philippakis, frontman of British indie-rock band Foals will launch inaugural South London Club Nights titled MILK at Peckham’s Rye Wax venue, kicking off on January 18th. Tickets are limited to a max capacity of only 100, and luckily, each live set will be cut and pressed to vinyl, and MILK is probably

Berkshire-born singer-songwriter and pianist Lorne releases debut EP Maze on November 24th via Bushy Records. Lorne’s latest offering Maze – EP is a thoughtful overflow of emotion and introspection; a four-track expedition fringing on self-reflection, isolation and aspiration from the deepest depths of reverie. Lorne’s captivating vocal work and thought-provoking lyrical content

AVEC’s sound is comparable to the magical atmosphere just before the sun sets behind the mountains. It is melancholic but hopeful: the sun will rise again tomorrow. AVEC’s ‘Waiting For’ has been astonishingly remixed by the German DJ and deep-house extraordinaire Alex Schulz. Crafting the track beyond AVEC’s initial vision,

Austrian electro-pop duo LEYYA announce enthusiastic new single ‘Drumsolo’ and upcoming album Sauna via Las Vegas Records. Sophie Lindinger and Marco Kleebauer have been on a high streak of victory – which has seemingly jolted to life on it’s own accord. Their debut album Spanish Disco was the catalyst –

Multi-talented singer, songwriter and producer Cimo Fränkel has shared latest single and video for ‘Never Give Up’  released on September 15th. Cimo Fränkel’s latest single ‘Never Give Up’ invites us on a seductive, yet groove-fueled journey across sun-kissed cityscapes. A level-headed bass guitar strolls in alongside clicked percussion, as Cimo’s

Interview by Shannon Lawlor Mikaela Davis is a 24-year old composer, harpist and vocalist from Rochester, New York. Her music could be best described as classically inspired indie-folk, with definite nods to world music, and the inclusion of using Middle Eastern and Oriental inspired scales. Initially conceived as a solo

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