As we come out from underneath the April skies, here’s our monthly round-up of our 12 most liked indie tracks released in the past few weeks. Featured on this episode is new music by Ezra Cohen, Red Sleeping Beauty, joyride!, and more. Older favourites this month come from Sales and Strawberry Switchblade. Enjoy!
Indiepop Radio Episode 22-03
At the end of an exceptionally rich month in terms of amazing new indiepop music released, here’s our selection of 12 new songs, featuring Say Sue Me, Neutrals, Belle & Sebastian, and more. Tracks from way back completing this month’s episode are from Rhesus and Paul Haig. Little under 50 minutes of uplifting entertainment – enjoy!
Indiepop Radio Episode 22-02
Here’s the February episode of our indiepop radio show. 12 brilliant new tracks released in the last few weeks, framed by two older favourites coming from Young Scum and Young Romance. New music by Mattiel, Ramesh, The High Water Marks & more, plus the new single by Bobby Wratten’s Lightning In A Twilight Hour. Just under an hour of musical antidote against the state of the world. Enjoy!
Indiepop Radio Episode 22-01
The first episode in 2022 of our indiepop radio show marks a jubilee as we hit half a century of these shows in total. As always, we present 12 new and bright songs from the indiepop world. We have releases from December and January this time, coming from the likes of The Monochrome Set, The Luxembourg Signal, and ME REX. Older favourites by Jesse Garon and The Desperadoes and Los Campesinos! frame the episode at the beginning and end. Enjoy!
Indiepop Radio Episode 21-12
The 2021 Top Ten Show! For this year’s final episode of our little indiepop radio show, we do things a little bit differently and play a song each from our top ten albums plus our top ten singles from 2021, counting them down in pairs. Enjoy listening to the music that we’ve enjoyed listening to the most this year – thanks for tuning in and let’s do it again in 2022!
Our Top Ten Singles / EPs of 2021
When we announced our top ten records last year, we were optimistic enough to claim that things would be fine and 2021 would be our year. Well, how wrong can you be. At the end of a year that has been every bit as difficult as the previous one, we still find ourselves in the same place, with the pandemic still raging and no prospect of it ending any time soon. So we’ll refrain from any further prophecies for now but are all the more grateful for the amazing spirit of resilience among labels, bands and artists and for excellent new music still being released every week. Here’s a list of the top ten singles / EPs from 2021 that we liked best. Read on
Our Top Ten Albums of 2021
Corresponding to the top ten singles / eps from 2021 that we liked best (cf. post above), there is of course also a list of the top ten albums we felt the need to come back to most often to find some consolation going through this hellhole of a year. Here it is in full: these are the ten LPs that served that purpose best for us throughout the past twelve months. A sincere Thank You! to all artists, labels, and anyone else involved in their making! Read on
Indiepop Radio Episode 21-11
As we come closer to the year’s end, we can only hope you haven’t finalised your eoy-lists yet because chances are there’s some mighty contenders on this show – brilliant new music from Jetstream Pony, Seablite, Sun June and more, plus grateful bows to Slumberland Records and Indietracks. Enjoy listening to this month’s selection!
Indiepop Radio Episode 21-10
Shorter autumn days are here and as the year is drawing towards its end, we have some musical distraction for long nights in to offer: our latest selection of 12 new tracks from the world of indiepop is here. This month’s episode features songs from Peach Pit, Cindy, Peaness, Lunar Vacation, and more, with two German tracks from way back thrown in for good measure. Enjoy!
Indiepop Radio Episode 21-09
Lots of exciting new music entered our world in September and here’s our latest indiepop radio show offering 12 particularly shiny of those songs, coming from the likes of Night Shop, Secret Shine, Life Model, and more. In our closing track from way back we bid farewell to Pat Fish of The Jazz Butcher. R.I.P.