Tags : matt ganfield

VANT on touring and political music in 2016

Since they first appeared on the gig circuit a couple of years ago, VANT have snowballed in popularity, supporting the likes of You Me At Six and Royal Blood, whilst repeatedly featuring on Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World. It is rare nowadays that a band so loyal to their interest in politics can […]Read More

Live Review: Jamie T // Brixton Academy – 09.10.2016

Jamie T is one of modern music’s enigmas; seemingly invisible to the everyday pop music consumer, whilst reluctantly possessing a god-like status in the eyes of his hordes of followers. This state of existence has surely never been more prevalent than now, on the second night of his three sold out Brixton shows. The South […]Read More

Live Review: Sundara Karma & INHEAVEN 16.09.16

As the UK indie scene becomes an evermore overlooked industry, due to a rise in illegal downloads making it harder for bands to make ends meet & the rise of other genres, such as grime & house stealing headlines and hearts, it can seem like a lifetime ago that the likes of the Arctic Monkeys, […]Read More

The Indiependent’s Best of Britpop

2015 marks the 20th anniversary of the chart battle between Blur’s ‘Country House’ and Oasis’ ‘Roll With It’, a time when Britpop dominated the airwaves and the UK was witnessing a new age in Rock ‘n’ Roll. Britpop was born as a form of rebellion against the heavier, grungier sounds coming from the USA in […]Read More