Archive for: Indie Pop

Two Wounded Birds

Published by Doug under Indie Pop.

I’ve known about Two Wounded Birds for a while but were at the back of my mind for a really long time.  Recently, I decided to look them up and see if they had more than the two songs they released on Holiday Records a few years back.  It turns out they released a self-titled […]

The Cambodian Space Project

Published by Doug under Funk.

  Khmer rock ‘n’ roll rock group The Cambodian Space Project (CSP) release their third album ‘Whisky Cambodia’ via Metal Postcard Records on 14th July. Following on from ‘Not Easy Rock ‘n’ Roll’, CSP were soon heading into the recording studio with the backing of legendary Motown musician Dennis Coffey and CSP founder Julien Poulsen […]

The Airplanes

Published by Doug under Indie Pop.

  The Airplanes is the DIY, indie pop project of Joshua Vest, a songwriter in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The Airplanes strive for pop perfection, crafting noisy, harmony infused songs—a sound focused on the simplistic strength of the three minute pop song. Following the success of the 2012 self-titled debut EP,The Airplanes released a four – song, […]

Oscar And The Wolf

Published by Doug under Indie Pop.

  ‘Strange Entity’ is the new single from rising star Max Colombie a.k.a Oscar and The Wolf and will be released via Play It Again Sam on 4th August. Written in his bedroom in Brussels and recorded in Belgium and London, ‘Strange Entity’ is the sound of melancholy wrapped in a haze of electronica. Laptop […]

Plastic Flowers

Published by Doug under Indie Pop.

Thessaloniki-based pop duo released their debut album Evergreen on Inner-Ear Records & Crash Symbols. Strange as it may sound two plastic flowers can bring spring! The Greek Plastic Flowers (Giorgos Samaras and Aggelos Pashalidis) have already 4 EPs and an international tour on their resume and spring is the best time for the release of […]

Space Daze

Published by Doug under Indie Pop.

  Space Daze is the solo project of Danny Rowland, lead guitarist & songwriter of the Seattle dream pop band Seapony. In March of 2014, Rowland challenged himself to write and record a new song every day for the entire month. The songwriting experiment lasted only twelve days, but that was long enough to produce […]

Wayflower

Published by Doug under Indie Pop.

Wayflower, based in Stockholm, releases one final single from the debut album “Heroes” – the melancholic, but still upbeat and summery “What Did I Do To You” – on May 27th. Since the album release the band’s been on tour in Sweden and has had a string of success on Swedish radio with the single […]

Eternal Death

Published by Doug under Indie Pop.

  The story of Eternal Death began in the fall of 2013 with the video ”Eternal Death”. With its 4 minutes of total silence and darkness it created an equal amount of fascination and confusion. The video was followed up by the single “Head” in the early spring of 2014.  Eternal Death are working on […]

Tearjerker

Published by Doug under Indie Pop.

  Tearjerker was born from the shared mindset that allowed for each member to play an equal part in the creative process. Since 2009, the band has released two albums, an EP, a few remix projects, and a handful of singles, completely independently. Everything, from the writing, recording, production and album artwork has come from […]

Last Lynx

Published by Doug under Indie Pop.

Following on from the release of their triumphant single Lacuna earlier this year, one of Stockholm’s finest, Last Lynx return with their new single Curtains on June 2nd. This is the second track to be lifted from the Swedes forthcoming Rifts EP, which will be released later in 2014. The Guardian’s Paul Lester enthused in […]