Tag Archive: Indie rock reviews

Wolf Alice – Bros / Every Cloud (single) (Chess Club Records)

A few weeks ago we reviewed the A-side to Wolf Alice’s upcoming single, ‘Bros / Every Cloud’ (read our review of “Bros” by Wolf Alice) and now the band have shared the accompanying… Continue reading

Dexters – Start To Run (single) (Acid Jazz Records)

What a tune! All that there is to love about U.K. indie-rock you’ll find in “Start To Run”, the second single from Hoxton, London quintet, Dexters. A mesh of The Cribs, The Jam, and The Maccabees –… Continue reading

The Boxer Rebellion – Diamonds (single) (Absentee Recordings)

Lap it up folks. Last week the U.K. based alternative-rock quartet The Boxer Rebellion unveiled the video for their brand new single, “Diamonds”. We recommend playing the track a few times in succession;… Continue reading

Bambi – All Along (single) (self-released)

East London indie-rock quintet Bambi have just shared their debut track (and video), “All Along”, which serves as an introduction to the band. Already receiving early love from the likes of Eddy Temple… Continue reading

Collider – Borrowed Mistletoe (single) (Tiny Lights Recordings)

Just in time for Christmas is “Borrowed Mistletoe”, a new track from Tye Die Tapes artists Collider lifted from the ‘Silent Night, Tiny Lights’ Christmas compilation by Tiny Lights Recordings. The 19-track compilation album includes a… Continue reading

Dog Is Dead – Teenage Daughter (single) (Atlantic Records / Warner Bros. UK)

“Teenage Daughter” is the new single lifted from ‘All Our Favourite Stories’ (cover art above), the debut album from Nottingham indie-rock/indie-pop five-piece Dog Is Dead. Straight up, “Teenage Daughter” is an earnest indie-rock number.… Continue reading

Dot Dash – Winter Garden Light (album) (The Beautiful Music)

‘Winter Garden Light’ is the second album from Washington, D.C. quartet Dot Dash who feature ex-members of Julie Ocean, The Saturday People, Youth Brigade, and Modest Proposal; drummer Danny Ingram even spent time… Continue reading