Welcome to our latest offering of new indiepop releases of the last six weeks we particularly enjoyed listening to. Framed by older favourites coming from Rocketship and Saint Etienne, our usual selection of twelve fresh pearls features The Lodger, The Arctic Flow, Ducks Ltd., and more. Enjoy!
After a bit of a summer break we’re back with a new, shiny and warm episode of the latest sunny tracks from the world of indiepop. New music comes from the likes of Swansea Sound, Fortitude Valley and Snow Coats, while this month’s tracks from way back are The Understudies and The Sundays. Enjoy!
Here’s the June episode of our monthly roundup of thoroughly enjoyable indiepop listening pleasures from the last few weeks. Thirteen enjoyable new tunes from the likes of The Catenary Wires, Acid House Kings, The Boy Least Likely To, and more. Tracks from way back this month come from The Man From Delmonte and The Gravy Train. Enjoy!
When it’s not the pandemic anymore that’s keeping you at home at all times, it’s the godawful weather. We have a little distraction for you though, in the form of the new episode of our indiepop radio show — an hour will fly by as you listen to twelve shiny new tracks from Mattiel, Poster Paints, The Goon Sax & more. Help yourself!
As April is drawing towards its end, here’s the month’s sum of new music we’ve found: twelve of the best new indiepop tracks released in the last few weeks, including the latest offerings from Massage, Ducks Ltd. & Sarah Records veterans Boyracer. Enjoy the new episode of our indiepop radio show.
After another month of pandemic gloom, here’s some light and joy, the March episode of our indiepop radio show. New tracks from the likes of Fresh, The Catenary Wires, Bart & Friends, and more, while our two older favourites come from Scotland yet again. All in all, 52 minutes of enjoyable listening entertainment, we hope.
Here’s the latest in our regular series of monthly selections of some fabulous and fresh indiepop. 12 new tracks yet again this month, coming from the likes of Hadda Be, Sullen Eyes, Lande Hekt, & more, as well as two older favourites from Scotland. Enjoy!