Tags : Indie music

Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis’ Vox Phantom guitar sold in

On October 13th, Ian Curtis’ signature Vox Phantom guitar sold for the whopping sum of £162,000 ($210,000.) The guitar is widely acknowledgeable for appearing in the music video of the notable single, ‘Love Will Tear us Apart.’ Purchased 41 years ago by Rob Gretton, manager of Joy Division, the Vox Phantom was Curtis’ first guitar, […]Read More

Review: The Goodbye EP // Thomas Headon

Thomas Headon has just released another EP, his second this year! The Goodbye EP is everything and you could want and more as a follow up to his previous release, The Greatest Hits. Thomas was born in London and at the age of five his family relocated to Melbourne, Australia where he grew up and […]Read More

Track Review: Baby It’s You // London Grammar

In 2017 the indie-pop trio London Grammar delivered their second studio album Truth Is a Beautiful Thing, which carried that true British indie-pop style throughout, with similar sounds to Wolf Alice and Florence + the Machine. However, they followed up Truth Is a Beautiful Thing with, well, radio silence. The trio had fallen off the […]Read More

Album Review: Open Up Your Head // Sea Girls

From selling out shows, playing at festivals, to being featured on BBC Radio One’s Future Sounds, it didn’t take long for this 4 piece band to enrapture the indie music scene. For the last couple of years Sea Girls have brought unforgettable melodies and true-to-life lyrics. Now, Sea Girls have released their debut album Open […]Read More

Album Review: Under My Influence // The Aces

Following the success of their 2018 album When My Heart Felt Volcanic, the Utah based indie-pop band had a lively two years. From opening for 5 Seconds of Summer to going on their first headline tour, The Aces spent most of their time travelling and touring the world, with no mentions of further releases. However, […]Read More

EP Review: Keep Walking! // Sports Team

Sports Team have made quite a name for themselves off the back of a long live history in London. The Cambridge-established 6-piece continue to impress after a stellar 2018 and are back with their latest offering, the Keep Walking! EP. The band’s first foray into music came in the form of last year’s Winter Nets […]Read More