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New Year Ninety 2013 40 – 31

The New Year Ninety has been great to compile this year, with bands first written about in 2009 making another appearance along with the newest bands reviewed on the website through-out 2012. Thanks again to the musicians who make it all possible and the readers who make it all worthwhile, not to forget to mention […]

Band of the week 27th May to 2nd June 2012

Band of the week 27th May to 2nd June 2012 top 5 chart. 1. Palace (England) 2. The Fireline (England) In the Night is available on * 3. Don’t Feed the Robot (England) Break the Cycle is available on * 4. The Redundants (England) 5. The Seven Deadly Sins (Scotland) Join the indie bands blog […]

Don’t Feed The Robot – Break the Cycle review

Don’t Feed The Robot, the indie pop band from London has just released their eleven track LP Break the Cycle. Opening with the familiar Miles, which is an engaging introduction. The warmth of the material creates a layer of smoke in which to enjoy what is to follow as the band lay-out their electro riven […]

Band of the month April 2012 top 10 chart

Band of the month April 2012 top 10 chart on the Indie Bands Blog. With bands from a variety of music styles and from 3 continents, the top 10 chart reflects the diversity of the audience on the website. 1. The Vex (England) 2. The Pins (England) Just Fine is available on * 3. Don’t Feed The […]

Band of the week 1st to 7th April 2012 Top 5 chart

The top five on the band of the week for 1st to 7th April 2012 come from England, Canada and Morocco reflecting the wide and varied musical tastes of the readers of the Indie Bands Blog. 1. Don’t Feed The Robot. (England) 2. The Vex (England) 3. Inspire Influence (Canada) 4. Your New Antique (England) […]

Don’t Feed The Robot

Whilst at Warwick University back in 2010 Don’t Feed The Robot came to fruition. Now based in London – England, Harry (drums /vocal), Will (guitar), Jon (guitar /synth /keys) and Isabelle (lead vocal/ bass) are busy carving a niche in the musical portals of sci-fi-indie-pop. I felt the need for a run of hyphens for no reason other than […]