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It seems like it has taken an eternity to arrive but this weekend we are beginning to the see the reappearance of that burning sphere that had up to this point eluded us. To celebrate here are a bunch of […]
This is the 7th time we’ve wheeled out a top 42 for our end of year poll. That equates to almost 300 individual tunes which have done much more for us that yer average piece of recorded music. The rules […]
We’re thankful to (husband and wife) Justin Rice and Darbie Nowatka from indie pop band the Last Names for offering up some time to us during what is a very busy year for them. Busy doing what I hear you […]
We’ve already given you the lowdown on the top indie songs that feature whistling so why not exercise our brains a little attempting to identify the best ones that include decent hand to hand action. As it turns out the […]
It has been a couple of decades since shoegaze was at its imperial best but we can’t still shake this genre from our heads. Here is a short snapshot, containing 20 tracks, offering you a rush of blazing guitar noise […]
Apologies if we are beginning to sound a little tired in our never ending praise of Cardiff’s Winter Villains, but as you know we’re helpless when something this good attracts our attention. The band have appeared quite a few times […]
Let these bright and bubbly acts wipe the sleep from your eye. Featuring Adam & Darcie, The Velvet Underground, The Ruby Suns, The Innocence Mission, The Monkees, The Coral, Clinic, The Boo Radleys, Orbital, Belle & Sebastian, Oppenheimer, Hybrasil, Cosmic […]
With tracks displaying a higher level of intelligence from the bulging foreheads of A House, Mental Cube, Professor Penguin, Perfume Genius, Lower Dens, The Brilliant Trees, Head Like A Kite, Albert Hammond Jr., Add N to (X) and Furniture.
Did we solve the mystery of Slow Magic? Not exactly, but at least he/she can be seen in the flesh on Irish shores this month. Hugger: So who is the man/woman behind Slow Magic or are you really just an […]
What is it about a song that features whistling that makes it all the more memorable? Probably best to ask Otis Redding or Monty Python for the definitive answer but it may be down to the fact that everyone can […]