Tag Archives: indie

Cottage Days

Last week I have written a little about and posted the trailer to the music documentary R.M.H.C., failing to mention that one of the great things about it is the soundtrack, mostly comprising of songs by a broke Italian, a punk with a traveller’s soul, named Gipsy Rufina. His guitar strumming and voice at once […]

Summer Monday Daydreaming

Today I feel like a child again. It’s Monday morning, late, and yawning over a cup of coffee looking out of the window onto a gorgeous blue sky, I realise that today I have nowhere to be and that June, my least favorite month of the year, is almost coming to an end. And because […]

Tympanospam

It seems like more and more bands can nowadays rely on the support of free and stream-able compilations from various sources who decide to feature them, to get a bit of exposure. Crash Avenue‘s bands might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but I have myself found more than a few quite enjoyable to listen […]

Midget Gems

I don’t know why, but every time I enjoy a pop song I find myself puzzled and confused about it – as if pop music wasn’t mainly made to please. Lightguides, the new signing of Alcopop! Records hailing from Scotland, don’t make simple pop music, more like an easy, lovely blend of alternative indie pop […]