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Hollow Mountain

Rhys Copeland and Tom Adams comprise the experimental out-fit Hollow Mountain from England. Sometimes the less written the more understandable the reason for the review. Generative looping enables the duo to create and record live their ambient drone atmospherics. A delightful excursion from the mainstream to the edges of musical composition. website Join the indie bands blog on […]

Ill Murray

Ill Murray, a garage rock band from Cambridge in the UK who formed in July 2011 has been busy on the road and in the studio having released three EPs (including a demo), the most recent offering Butterscotch came out on 25th April. Maxwell Tait (Guitar/Lead Vocals), Dan Smith (Drums), Jack Hilbert (Guitar) and Will Carroll […]

iremembertapes.

iremembertapes. is an indie-electronica out-fit from Brighton in England. The trio of Tom Ferry (Vocals), Al Tutt (Guitar / Programing) and Ben Airey (Bass) released their new LP Human Architecture on the 13th March 2012 through The Animal Farm Records. I was taken in a time-capsule to the ’80s New Wave scene when never mind remembering tapes, most […]

The Novellos

The Novellos is an indie band from Stoke-on-Trent in England which first rose to prominence back in 2008, after personnel changes and a new focus they have been under the radar for a while. Adam Steele (Bass and Vocals), Sam ‘Fingers’ J Walker (Keys, Brass and Vocals), Eddy Gillespie (Drums, Percussion and Vocals) and Mike Thomas (Guitar and Vocals) […]

Inca Gold

Inca Gold is a psychedelic pop band from London in England. Back at the end of 2010 Ezequiel Claverie, Ben Chatwin, Alex Lewis and Chris Howarth decide the time was right to strike a noise in the world of music themselves and barely two years later we find ourselves with their recently released third EP, entitled accurately […]

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 […]

Battle for Paris

For my first review of thrash metal ironically I head to Bridport – Dorset in England, where over half the county is designated as an area of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Here we find Battle For Paris. Joe Bush (Guitar), Philip King (Guitar), Chris Brown (Bass), Sam Bush (Drums) and Tim Preston (Vocals) have been plying their trade for a few years […]

The Colour Movement

The Colour Movement, formerly known as Caimbo is a Cambridge, England based out-fit comprising – Leonardo Robarts (Lead Vocals & Guitar), Piers Mortimer (Lead Guitar & Vocals), Ali Sloane (Bass & Vocals) and Dave Cullen (drums). This is a slightly different review as I want to consider the Song Writing Machine. The world of music progresses, new means […]

From The Sticks

From The Sticks is an alternative dance band from Peterborough in England, which makes them a local out-fit. Formed in May 2011, Ricky Butcher (Vocals), Adam Mansfield (Drummer), Tom Ellingworth (Guitarist) and Nick Thompson-Bell (Bass) mix a range of musical influences to come up with a beat which demands a whirl on the dance-floor. As I write this on […]

Drag Your Heels

Drag Your Heels from London in England – Lucy (Vocals), Tommy (Guitar),  Al (Drums) and Kevin (Bass) play a decent set of alternative indie music. Delicious vocal comes bounding out of the speakers emblazoned in a wrap of guitar. You remember ‘Happy Birthday Mr. President with Marilyn Monroe’? Well this is where I sit, spellbound - memorized and intoxicated. Iterations of all that was good about […]

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