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Single Review: 19 in Mexico // Sofi De La Torre

In anticipation of her forthcoming EP, Mess – released on the 20th of November – Spanish alternative-pop artist, Sofi De La Torre recently dropped the second single off the project, ’19 in Mexico’. A staccato, almost hesitant electronic intro dips the listener’s toes into the waters of her unique blend of electro genres. Layers of silvery […]Read More

Single Review: The Way Up // BRNS

Four-piece Belgian multi-instrumentalist project, BRNS recently dropped their latest contribution to the alternative music scene. ‘The Way Up’ is a brooding, genre-blending track which seems to perfectly epitomise the group’s musical dynamic as a whole.  Centred on the idea of growing up and old, the track seems to waddle, off-kilter, into the light. An undulating […]Read More

The Indiependent’s Favourite Authors

Everyone has a favourite author. Whether an avid, lackadaisical or infrequent reader, everyone has that one person that sparks their interest; whose writing style is so befitting to them that they are drawn in and, ultimately, consumed by adoration for their writer and the beautiful plots and stories that they create. This list will be a […]Read More

Single Review: Me and the Moon // Run With Wolves

Exhibiting an impressive range of both instrumental and vocal ability, Guildford-hailing indie-pop band Me and the Moon dropped the title single off their debut EP, ‘Run With Wolves’ recently. Driven by a relatively simple melody which gradually builds in strength following the first chorus, the sound is delicately swaying and peppered with tambourine, muffled drums […]Read More

Song of the Week (14th September): Seven Hours // Little

Sydney-based three-piece indie-folk band, Little May, comprise of Liz Hammond, Hannah Field and Annie Hamilton, and seem to perfectly optimise a true girl-power band. Their latest single, ‘Seven Hours’, from their upcoming album, For the Company, is a delicately tinkling, heartbroken ode to a former lover, brimming with undulating synths and echoing vocals. The sound […]Read More

Festival News: Rocking the Daisies // South Africa

“Play hard, tread lightly” That is the motto of South Africa’s largest green music festival, Rocking the Daisies, taking place from the 1st to the 4th of October this year. They are celebrating their 10th birthday this year and seem to be pulling out all the stops when coming to organising the event. Over the […]Read More