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Interview: Silvertwin

After playing their first official live show in 2020, drawing in a full crowd to a two-night residency at London’s PinUps venue by word-of-mouth, Silvertwin have not let the pandemic stop them from continuing to make their mark in the music industry. The retro-vintage quintet consists of lead vocalist and song-writer Isaac Shalam, alongside band […]Read More

Albert and the Sustainability of British TV

Last September, BAFTA and BFI published Screen New Deal, a blueprint for improving British TV and film’s sustainability. The report estimates an average hour’s filming currently amounts to a return flight from London to New York’s carbon footprint. A tentpole film, a movie with a budget of over $70 million, is equivalent to eleven one-way […]Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Free Things // Oli Hannaford

Newcomer Oli Hannaford, originally from Devon, has been making waves in the past few months, having performed a live session for BBC Introducing, and winning the Jack Wills Young Brits award for creativity. ‘Creative’ is certainly the word to describe his debut single ‘Free Things’, premiering exclusively on The Indiependent. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/228987721" params="color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false" width="100%" height="166" […]Read More

Track Review: Say The Right Thing // SAHARA

Infectious, poppy guitar hooks coupled with an upbeat backing vocal of “say the right thing / say the right thing / let me in” makes for a swimmingly immersive concoction in the form of ‘Say The Right Thing’, the latest release from London based band, SAHARA. Streaming the track exclusively on The Indiependent from today, […]Read More

Single Review: Give and Go // Grim Disco

Brooding Birmingham band, Grim Disco, have released post-punk track ‘Give and Go’ today, premiering the song exclusively on The Indiependent. It’s a construction which is dripping with ambience and attitude from start to finish, with the same sinister undertone which is apparent in a vast proportion of Echo & the Bunnymen’s discography. The pulsating melody, punctuated […]Read More