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 albums 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
New Radio Show
Welcome to the very first episode of Emmas_Housemates! This is a new monthly show that was originally developed for and is aired first on the fabulous webradio station https://www.indieloungeradio.com/. Read on
Indiepop Radio Episode 20-02
Here’s the February episode of our modest indiepop radio show for your listening pleasure! Six new tracks to enjoy, featuring Store Front, Spinning Coin, and more & an old favourite by The Wedding Present. Stream below or find it on the listening platform of your choice: Mixcloud / Soundcloud / iTunes / Spotify.
Our Top Ten Albums of 2018
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
Indiepop Radio Episode 18-06
The final episode of the year is a special issue featuring some of our favourite songs of 2018 that weren’t played on previous episodes. Enjoy the stream below or access the show via Mixcloud.
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
It’s a band that’s here to stay. Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever formed in 2013. It took three years before they released an EP and now, five years into their existence, their debut album is out. We have no idea whether this happened intentionally or not, but it accounts for the accomplished sound they had from the start and it suggests they are not going to vanish soon. Read on