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.
If you read this, chances are you’ve made it through 2020 – congratulations! Another year when we thought, at its beginning, well this one cannot possibly get worse than the one before. And then you all know what happened. We hope that music has helped you as much as it did us. Here’s the singles & EPs of this year that we liked most. A click on the cover leads you to a place where you can buy the record. Read on
The June issue of our monthly indiepop podcast is right here! We have switched from lockdown double features to making the one-hour-format our new normal, so enjoy 12 fresh new tracks from the likes of The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Night Shop, and Emma Kupa. A dazzling 59 minutes of listening entertainment! Read on
If you’ve been following this little blog and its associated modest indiepop radio podcast, there’s probably not a lot on these eoy-lists that will surprise you. Still, we feel they might be a useful addition to this year’s posts here. Our top ten albums are ranked below; a sample for each record is included and a click on the cover will lead you to where you can order the record.
Our eternal gratitude to all the bands and labels putting so much effort and all their hearts into giving us something to keep our backs straight and our heads above the waterline throughout this shithole of a year! Read on
Our third short and sweet indiepop radio episode proudly features Lost Ships, Night Shop, and more. Stream directly below or listen to the show over on Mixcloud.
The guy on the left is Justin Sullivan. Yeah, I know, and no, not that one. This Justin Sullivan used to play drums in a US indie band called The Babies – a band led by singer and songwriter Kevin Morby that we have to confess we’d never heard of before finding Sullivan’s debut solo album, In The Break. Listening to The Babies, it is obvious that ignoring them for so long hasn’t been our smartest move, they’re really good. So their drummer has just released his own record under the moniker Night Shop. Read on