Tagged: indie

Dry Cleaning Review – The Louisiana

➤  5 March, 2020, 23:05 | by:

It’s hardly a secret that post-punk is going through a bit of a renaissance period in the British Isles, and those lucky enough to have been at The Louisiana on the unique phenomenon that is Leap Day...

Jack Louis Cooper – Stella

➤  2 March, 2020, 10:00 | by:

After some time away from the studio, Jack Louis Cooper’s latest single marks the beginning of a new era for the Bristol based indie/alternative singer songwriter. ‘Stella’ is a punchy, guitar driven head-bobber with infectiously catchy melody...

First Look: Beverly Shrills – Hold On Now

➤  27 February, 2020, 12:53 | by:

New year, new music and new beginnings. That seems to be the case for Bristol six-piece Beverly Shrills as they mark their official return this year with psychedelic pop friendly new single ‘Hold On Now’. The latter...

Tungz – Okay EP

➤  8 October, 2019, 18:00 | by:

If you’re craving some synth-fuelled disco then look no further than funky foursome Tungz, who have just released their debut EP. Okay is a glittering concoction of groovy hooks, throbbing bass and luscious vocal runs. Consisting of...

Kikagaku Moyo Review – The Lanes

➤  24 May, 2019, 10:08 | by:

Embarking on a lengthy world tour that seems to have spanned the years between their last visit to Bristol (2017), Japan’s hottest psych-rock outfit Kikagaku Moyo shows no signs of slowing down. Currently in the midst of...

Big Thief announce new album and tour

➤  3 March, 2019, 11:00 | by:

A triple whammy of news from indie folkers Big Thief, not only have they just been signed to 4AD (you know, the record company which have signed Grimes, Methyl Ethel, The Lemon Twigs and The National to...

First Listen: Fossette – Trendi

➤  21 February, 2019, 12:30 | by:

When it comes to good, fun and contagious music, look no further than indie quartet Fossette. Much of 2018 saw the band hitting the road performing live (supporting the likes The Amazons, Cassia, Glass Caves & The...

Ones to Watch 2019: KAWALA

➤  9 January, 2019, 13:00 | by:

New music to discover and set to breakthrough over the next 12 months Ever since we caught a glimpse of KAWALA last year at Dot to Dot Festival, we know they were destined for great things. For...

First Listen: Kalpa – What Will It Take?

➤  29 November, 2018, 12:00 | by:

Fresh from supporting Banfi at Rough Trade last week, Bath five-piece Kalpa are returning to the venue once more to support fellow stars Farebrother for another dose of live music action. In addition, the indie rockers release...

October Drift release new single + UK headline tour

➤  26 October, 2018, 10:00 | by:

Photo: Ania Shrimpton Somerset indie rock giants October Drift have released their next single ‘Come And Find Me’ along with a UK headline tour this fall. The release, which follows from the band’s previous single ‘All Broken...

BRIDGES – On and On Like This EP

➤  19 October, 2018, 09:00 | by:

This four track sprint is not for the cynically minded and will have the non-smokers among you searching for their lighters to raise aloft. The opening single ‘Maths, Science and English” kicks off what is an almost...

Hippo – Hippo EP

➤  7 May, 2018, 18:00 | by:

Three-piece intergalactic electro jazz outfit Hippo have been taking Bristol’s jazz scene by storm. A heavily rooted jazz sound soaked in electronic havoc with dashes of delightful prog, Hippo are paving the way for the galvanisation of...

Henry Green – Shift

➤  28 March, 2018, 12:00 | by:

I have followed Henry Green’s slowly burning but relentlessly positive career since he was still at school and following on from a couple of incredible EP’s, his debut album, Shift, is the latest pinnacle on that impressive...

Goan Dogs on their ‘rebirth’ with new EP Roll the Dice

➤  24 March, 2018, 14:00 | by:

2017 was a very busy year for Bristol based indie champions Goan Dogs. Several live shows which saw performances at Glastonbury, FarmFest and Sound City; not to mentioned their show at Colston Hall, touring in Poland and...

Bridges Preview – The Crofter’s Rights

➤  15 February, 2018, 21:30 | by:

A homecoming that’s been long overdue; the return of indie four-piece BRIDGES as they headline The Crofter’s Rights for a sold out show this Saturday, with support from favourites Why We Love and Two Day Coma. The band have...