8.0
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How d’you burn: Judy Blank and Adam Yas review

Adam Yas – Wild Horse Sun Genre: Post-Punk, Indie Folk, Folk rock Similar artists: Elbow, Flaming Lips, Depeche Mode, Neil Young, Bon Iver, Puscifer, David Bowie, Neil Diamond, Queen It’s nearly impossible to find a really great artist without a bit of…
8.0
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Softly spoken: Lady Friend and Old Pup review

Old Pup – Screen Crawlers Genre: Indie Folk, Folk, Americana Similar artists: Sam Doores, Chris Acker, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Grateful Dead, Erin Rae, Buffalo Nichols Modern movie directors, or at least their music supervisors, are always on the lookout for…
7.8
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Eternal dream: Laurent Bourque and No Swoon review

No Swoon – Again Genre: Shoegaze, Indie Rock, Dream Pop No Swoon look to create dreamy, engaging shoegaze music on their single Again. The problem with the majority of shoegaze bands is that they sound like they’d make great victims. What I mean to…
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Fabled indie: Geographer and Elephant Castle review

Elephant Castle – Caught In A Twilight Zone Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock Elephant Castle makes disco music designed to be appealing to lovers of all things psychedelic on Caught In A Twilight Zone. Almost every style of music, no matter how adventurous…
7.3
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Library raids: UmbrÆternal and Silo Hill reviewed

Silo Hill – Spinoff of the Knockoff of the Sequel to the Blues Genre: Lo-fi Rock, Indie Rock, Indie Pop Even the most depressing sort of pop music requires a tinge of humour to be bearable. Elliott Smith certainly had this in vast quantities. The jokes though…