Tag Archives: indie

An Imminent Failure

Spring has officially made its appearance. Though it’s not hot yet for short sleeves, there’s a smell of warmth in the air. Yes, spring is here. And along with woolen sweaters and thick jackets, I’m packing all of my winter music in the closet. Francois Peglau is from Peru. Originally, anyway – because everything on […]

Control your impulse

Alternatively, you could also just listen to the new Killed by 9V Batteries dirty and noisy single, which was released a couple of days ago. You might find a little bit of Male Bonding and Japandroids in this Austrian band, set to release their new album the Crux in the upcoming months. ♫ Killed by […]

Hares versus Bears

There are a lot of great bands with animal names. Hell, even a lot of great tracks with animal names (songs by Mew and Walter Schreifels, by the Antlers and the Get Up Kids, by the Shins and Yo La Tengo). One of those is by the Glasgow-based band Dear Mountaineer: The Hare Versus the […]

The Riot Tapes: Interview

The Riot Tapes, a band I came across a couple of weeks (if not months?) ago, accepted to give us some time for a little interview, discussing Irish roots, chance meetings, the future of the music industry, and the ideal audience. Read on! Hi there. Could you introduce yourselves and tell us where you’re from? […]