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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James Fox releases new single ‘The Rest Of Our Lives’ after battling gambling addiction

In a truly emotional single, singer-songwriter James Fox shows the world his caring side with his upcoming track ‘The Rest Of Our Lives’. After the success of his last single, ‘Fire & Coal’, it’s safe to say he’s come back with another brilliant tune. After his gambling addiction had threatened to consume him, James used […]

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Alternative indie artist Vanderocker to release new psychedelic EP ‘The Good Punk’

Re-reading the headline, it seems like a typical Indie artist who think they’re the only one of their kind, but stick with me on this one. I must admit, when first reading about the Los Angeles-based Vanderocker that is exactly what I thought. However, after listening to their new EP ‘The Good Punk’, I take […]

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Nearly Skulls: Joining The Dots

Many of us lately are struggling to find that one thing we need to add a little bit more excitement to our lives in the absence of normality. With their latest release, “Dots” – Nearly Skulls have done that. The rock trio from Manchester, who show off their likeness to U2 and The Who let […]

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Adam Lanceley: The Inspirational Story of the Singer Song Writer

The Rainbow’s Legacy was supposed to be Adam Lanceley’s last album, saying goodbye to music, his salvation and many years’ struggle through mental health. Suffering with PTSD, anxiety and depression, Adam has found the aftermath extremely difficult, but by his life being turned around by the kindness of a friend, kindness which has tried to […]

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Manchester based duo Son of William talk to us about their imminent EP 'Colour of Love'
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Let’s Get Physical: Son of William – ‘Colour of Love’

Separately Hayley Williams and Ben Williams (no relation) have had illustrious careers, but like any duo worth their salt, together, they’re greater than the sum of their parts. Having swapped skills and discovered a mutual love of folk music, the pair formed Son of William in Manchester. The duo’s stock-in-trade is slow burners that place […]

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IDER head up Indie Crush's favourite indie pop duos. The list includes Her's, Son of William, Amethysts, and IOTAPHI.
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The definitive guide to 2018’s best indie pop duos

People say three is a magic number but we whole-hardheartedly disagree. Take a peek at these wonderful electronic indie duos and you’ll see why… IDER FFO: MUNA, Westerman, Salen Whatever the dilemma, the queens of soothing synth-pop have the antidote. On-record Meg and Lily deliver endearingly honest lyrics about self-love, vulnerability, and change, wrapped in […]

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