Indie artist Jordan Dean releases new EP Local in an attempt to replicate success of UK greats

Jordan Dean, remember the name: This guy is a serious talent and will definitely be on the indie pop scene for a long time to come. Although he may reside across the pond in the USA, his heores are closer to home for us British folk. Inspired by the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Jamie T […]

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Author Tom Boniface-Webb brings Britpop era back to life in new book series ‘Modern Music Masters – The Britpop Trilogy’

Well, for me, it doesn’t get better than this. Books and Britpop, literally, what more could you possibly ask for? Who have we to thank for this dream come true? Author Tom Boniface-Webb. This man has produced what could very possibly be the most amazing set of books ever to be published, eat your heart […]

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INDIE CRUSH OF THE WEEK: THE MYSTERINES

Female-fronted, fresh-faced three piece from Liverpool, The Mysterines, bring energy, talent and outrage to the modern rock scene. With a lead singer and a voice that sounds like she’s been smoking for double her lifetime, heavy drums and distorted guitar, they act as the perfect angry garage-rock band. Recently picked up for support on the […]

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Indie Crush Of The Week: Far Caspian

“The Leeds trio drop a dazzling new dream-pop bop” Wonderland ”One of the North’s best emerging indie bands of the year” The Line of Best Fit Specialising in stylish, college dorm low-key indie, Leeds risers Far Caspian continue to show remarkable progression in latest release A Dream Of You, the second effervescent slice of luscious […]

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Indie Crush of The Week: Keemosabe

Rising from a small Italian town near Lake Maggiore but drawing on the fury and drama of the world’s largest cities, Keemosabe belie their tranquil suburban home. Following their previous single ‘Stay Awake’, Keemosabe have released their brand new track and visuals ‘Out of The City’. Merging energetic grooves, powerful riffs and pop melodies, the Italian indie rockers cater […]

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INDIE CRUSH OF THE WEEK: FLING

Bradford’s own psych-rockers FLING release debut album FLING OR DIE today via Dance To The Radio – “11 tracks of blissed-out psych pop that manages to feel both fresh and familiar” – The Line of Best Fit.  The release comes off the back of a year of sold-out hometown shows, appearances at Live at Leeds, Swn Festival, Neighbourhood Festival and singles supported by Steve Lamacq (6 […]

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Indie Crush of the Week: Noble Jacks

Having played at Glastonbury, Isle of Wight Festival, Bestival and Cambridge folk festival Noble Jacks are garnered as one of the country’s ‘good time’ bands and they are back with the release of their second album Stay Awake on the 29th March – a perfect alternative to take your mind off the Brexit gloom. Preceding the album, this Friday […]

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Alt-Blues Diva, Rasha Jay, Brings Soul to Modern Rock

*Drum Roll* Please welcome this week’s Indie Crush of the Week – Rasha Jay. Billed as ‘bringing soul to modern rock’ we were immediately taken with her music – and promptly set about arguing whether she was indie enough to be our indie crush (it’s an issue close to our hearts!) https://soundcloud.com/rashajay/sets/high-dive-ep-by-rasha-jay/s-ncb7x What we could […]

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