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indie Tag Archive

EP Review: Easy Life – Junk Food

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Following ‘Creature Habits’ and ‘Spaceships’ alongside many singles that have already earned the band a large fanbase known for wreaking havoc at lives hows, and much...

Gig Review: FEVER DAYS and Kay Greyson

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Finlay Holden reviews Fever Days' incredible first headline show at Head of Steam...

Gig Review: Sam Fender w/ The Pale White

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Finaly Holden reviews Sam Fenders Newcastle show...

Courier Classics: Pinkerton (1996) by Weezer

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Film editor Joe Holloran returns with his third pick for Courier Classics. This time it's Weezers second album under the spotlight...

The Courier Classics: Regina Spektor’s “Begin to Hope”

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Joe Molander reviews Regina Spektor's classic album "Begin to Hope."...

Album Review: Alfie Templeman – Don’t Go Wasting Time

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Finlay Holden reviews the latest EP from rising star Alfie Templeman. ...

Interview: Declan Welsh and The Decadent West

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During soundcheck before his first headline gig since his debut album release, politically-charged Scottish musician Declan Welsh was able to chat backstage with Finlay Holden at...

Album Review: Rex Orange County – Pony

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Taylor Stubbs reviews Rex Orange County's latest album 'Pony'...

Angel Olsen: All Mirrors

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Olsen’s fifth album serves as a theatrical cry for authenticity whilst simultaneously revelling in the lack of fixed identity the “authentic” I represents, hinting at...

Swim Deep – Emerald Classics Album Review

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After their 2013 hit indie album, and with the last album being released in 2015, Swim Deep have made a return that is both bringing everyone back to the 2013 indie landscape, and...