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!
As another kind of sub-awesome year draws to its welcome end, once more, one of the very few things that kept us sane is the music we love. And because we also love lists and love them all the more when they are ranked instead of presenting an “all of these were equally great” levelling, here’s our very well-considered top ten singles and EPs of 2019. There’s a song sample for each record and the cover will link you to a place where you can buy it. Respect and gratitude to everyone who’s written, recorded, played on, produced, released or manufactured a record this year – you rule! Read on
Our latest audio offering of new indiepop music is here! As usual, we feature six new tracks (coming from Vetchinsky Settings, Wild Firth, and more) plus one older favourite. Stream below or find the show on Mixcloud.
A driving rhythm, a punctuated bassline, a corny string section, a sweet melody and a break involving handclaps – all of this offered by a band from Glasgow? No, this is not about „Lloyd, I’m Ready To Be Heartbroken“ but about the new single „Tonic Youth“ by Glasgow melodic indiepop four-piece Wojtek The Bear. Read on