Tags : indie rock

Track Review: Tongue // Golding

‘Tongue’ is the latest sonic wonderland to be birthed into universe by Brighton based quartet, Golding. The first single to be heard from their upcoming Platinum Black EP demonstrates Golding’s absolute strength in creating wild shoegazy melodies, punctured by the surge of shrill guitars. Lead singer, Kipp Boucher, is able to parade his evident lyrical […]Read More

Track Review: In The Summertime // Mike Coykendall

Though ostensibly about an unreciprocated summer love – all heady, hot-tempered, and lost in a haze – Mike Coykendall‘s ‘In The Summertime’ makes sure that, even whilst lamenting at a distance, you’re having wicked fun doing it. Clocking in at only one minute fifty-three seconds, the track evokes the whirlwind nature of a carefree summer, all scuzzy, […]Read More

EP Review: Wild Nights and Break Up Fights // The

The Blue Waves are an indie rock band hailing from Blackpool. Formed in 2013, they cite influences from a range of indie bands and artists including The Stone Roses, Jack White, and The Kooks. They released their debut EP Wild Nights and Break Up Fights last month and it will be interesting to see how […]Read More

Live Review: Hinds // The Forum, Turnbridge Wells, 21.06.15

Madrid’s most exciting young band – four piece garage rock outfit Hinds – played an incredible show at the Tunbridge Wells Forum on Sunday 21st June. In preparation for their appearance at Glastonbury later this summer, the quartet have embarked on a mini-tour of the UK which has also seen them play the British Summertime Festival […]Read More

Single Review: Can’t You See // Shallows

Shallows are a four piece indie/post-punk band hailing from Birmingham, and their single ‘Can’t You See’ is a great manifestation of their sound. It consists of two contrasting riffs that battle for excitement throughout, and honest , emotive vocals, co-operating to transmute pure energy. Passion and frustration are well encapsulated in this energetic escapade. The energy is […]Read More