Posts tagged "Indie"

Review: The Burma impress with ‘Crazy Dreams & Cruel Realities’ LP

  Irish Indie rock-n-rollers The Burma return with a stunning full length album titled Crazy Dreams & Cruel Realities released on the 6th of October 2023. Having received support from The Rolling Stone India, CLASH Magazine, NOTION Magazine, Hot Press, Atwood Magazine, and Off, the 3 piece band has

  Norwegian indie band The Mercury Sound return with a phantasmal single in,’This Town Ain’t Big Enough (For The Both Of Us)’, released on the 22nd september off of their new album LUNAR RADIO. Based in Oslo, they are fronted by main songwriter Marius Børresen, and have appeared at Oslo

Logan Hill is a singer-songwriter and producer based out of Charlotte, NC. Originally from Austin, Texas, the talented musician developed a passion in college for writing music that is both raw, personal and hope-infused, and is currently a producer for Grammy award winning record label Elevation Worship. With over half

Breaking into the international music market can be a challenge for non-native English-speaking musicians. It is for this reason that it doesn’t seem to happen often, but this is not true for today’s Q+A guests. Koala Voice is a Slovene band that has seen the world so to speak, having

Black Light White Light is a band of the moments, a band who follows their collective intuitions instead of formulas or predetermined plans. Where other bands attempt, albeit unsuccessfully, to squeeze their music into a mould one size too small, Black Light White Light does the exact opposite.  Stream /

That Ben Howard can play musical hopscotch, flitting from one style to the next, while maintaining a melodic and musical identity is testament to the English singer-songwriter’s preternatural talents. His approach to music is intrinsically natural to him, and hitherto unique from everyone else. The finger-plucked guitar popularised by him

Róisín Murphy, known for her unique and groundbreaking style, has just announced her highly anticipated upcoming album, Hit Parade, produced in collaboration with electronic music virtuoso and longtime friend, DJ Koze. Describing Hit Parade, Murphy explains that it is the result of a remote collaboration with DJ Koze spanning several

Readying themselves and listeners for their sophomore album, Irish Indie Rock band The Burma present their latest fuzzy single, ‘23’, a cloudy haze of inverted vocal reverberations, pillow-soft notes, and underwater instrumentations. Dunked in goopy fuzz, the track fizzles like an ice-cold soda on a hot summer’s day.  Stream /

British Pakistani DJ and multi-hyphenate musician Nabihah Iqbal created her sophomore album DREAMER in the wake of tragedy. Having suffered a number of set-backs, the long worked on and nurtured original follow up to 2017’s Weighing of the Heart was stolen after her studio was burgled. Another personal tragedy would

The new collaboration between songwriter Adam Harpaz and producer Pastel Jungle is the product of a serendipitous meeting of sorts. Titled ‘Other Than Orange’, the record came about from a chance encounter. Adam followed his muse, without prior consideration, from Sydney to Byron Bay, Australia where he met the British

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