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Indie has become word which, all too often, acts as a kind of dismissal. Or a nebulous,
For All My Sisters may not elevate The Cribs into the ‘big time’, but that’s never been the Jarmans’ ambition.
On the back of three albums in two years, Chon have found themselves nestled into a curiously underpopulated pocket of instrumental prog-rock that you can relax to
When a Modest Mouse album comes out, it’s the title that grips you.
‘Dilate’ remains a triumph for newly-born Vessels and is surely the beginning of a fantastic foray into untapped territory for the band.
Aberdeen’s The Xcerts made the leap with their fantastic There Is Only You, and ‘I Don’t Care’ is the perfect example of their more expansive sound.
Recorded – along with the rest of Blur’s upcoming album – over five days in Hong Kong, ‘Go Out’ is everything we’ve been waiting to hear.
A mere year and a half since their chart-topping debut album, Irish four-piece Kodaline have returned with their second offering Coming Up For Air.
Speedy Ortiz have announced a brand new album under the title of ‘Foil Deer,’ and the first song to emerge is easily one of the most impressive tracks to come out in 2015 so far.
The good thing about ‘Waves’ is FAITH are creating their own identity, eschewing British brawn in favour of intricate, lovelorn melodies. It certainly bodes well for the future.