Tag Archive: London indie rock

Spring Offensive – Hengelo (single) (self-released)

It’s no secret that, here at Sound Advice, we’re big fans of the Oxford, indie-rock quintet, Spring Offensive. Back in March last year we reviewed “No Assets”. Entangled with the band’s indie-rock styling… Continue reading

Bambi – Reap From The Dying Love (single) (Right Track Records)

  At the top of 2013 we reviewed the debut track, “All Long”, from East London indie-rock act Bambi –  an excellent introduction to the band most comparable to fellow Londoners Zulu Winter in style and mood, … Continue reading

Fanfarlo – A Distance (single) (New World Records)

London five-piece Fanfarlo return with their first new music in 18 months in the shape of new 4-song EP entitled ‘The Sea’ which is due for release next week (artwork above). In the interim, the… 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

Palma Violets – 180 (album) (Rough Trade)

In a little over six months Palma Violets have hooked the attention of indie fans everywhere. We all know the story of how indie music icon, founder and chairman of The Beggars Group, Martin Mills,… Continue reading

Zulu Winter – Language (album) (PIAS)

Having been introduced to the band earlier this year via two very strong singles (“We Should Be Swimming” and “Silver Tongue”), there was much excitement surrounding the release of ‘Language,’ the debut album… Continue reading