Posts filed under: Indie/Rock

When your sound is described as “throwback” there’s no bigger compliment than to say it would fit perfectly within the era it pays homage too. Yes, there’s something to be...
Listening to Dream Wife, it’s not difficult to hear the fusion of their British and Icelandic roots. Their work carries the punch and snark of a London punk outfit but...
Sometimes you need music that you can just lay back into like a soft blanket. No pulsating energy to contend with, no abrasive edges. Not boring, of course. Just something...
In Rob Sheffield’s book, Love Is A Mixtape, he writes about his love of Nirvana as the only band at the time that was singing about adult issues like marriage...
For International Women’s Day 2017, I’d like to take a moment to celebrate an amazing woman in music and candidate for one of my favorite artists of all time: St....
Gotta say I’m a huge sucker for anything that even comes close to sounding like “90s revival,” and Superorganism’s debut single is just the ticket. It’s something like Kimya Dawson...
T2: Trainspotting doesn’t come out in Montreal until April so I still have a little more time until I found out whether it’s a worthy sequel, but at least we...
Now that Honestly Gold is officially off the ground I’m doing a bit of catch up, and would be absolutely remiss to not share the second single from Liverpool garage...
Actor’s SoundCloud account is hilariously titled /whoisactor and indeed, who is Actor? All we really know is that it’s the alias of Louisa Osborn with a collaborating producer and drummer,...
While there is certainly a cult of personality around Alice Glass, it would appear that the Crystal Castles we all know and love may still have a shot at life....