Archive for: Indie Pop

Goodbye Chanel

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Goodbye Chanel have revealed ‘Hollow Me’ – the second track to be taken from their forthcoming second EP, ‘Hot City Nights’. Released on April 21 via Dead Young Records, the new five track EP follows 2013’s debut, ‘Through Night To Paradise’, which gained praise from the likes of NME, The Line Of Best Fit, Dummy, […]

Little Racer

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Little Racer is a four-piece from Brooklyn consisting of Elliot Michaud (vocals, guitar), Ish Nazmi (bass), Wade Michael (guitar), and Dave Tedeschi (Drums). Shortly after forming in 2010, their eponymous single Little Racer found it’s away across the ocean to the BBC and London imprint Young and Lost Club, who subsequently released the 7″ single  The […]

Racing Glaciers

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  Following on from the astounding reaction to indie-rock anthem New Country, Racing Glaciers return with their incredibly captivating follow-up track Moths which will be their forthcoming self-released single out now. Also a part of the package, fans can expect remixes from the equally exciting music peers, Carousel, Pixel Fix, and Spring King. “Moths is a song […]

Fear Of Men

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Fear of Men,  the three piece band from Britain, has been under my radar for a little while now.  Needless to say, I was pretty excited to find out they have another album, Loom, coming out on April 21.  On April 7, Luna, will be the first single released off that album, with Out Run […]

The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart

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Brooklyn Indie Pop stalwarts The Pains of Being Pure at Heart just announced their eagerly anticipated third LP entitled Days of Abandon after two critically-acclaimed records that demonstrated the group’s ability to shift musical registers from bedroom pop daydreams to Alternative Nation anthems. Today, the band shares the first official single from the record, the […]

Alpaca Sports

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Alpaca Sports will be releasing their debut album, Sealed With A Kiss, on February 24.  Until then, we have their latest single, Just Like Johnny Marr.  The band has released a few indie pop singles already and each have been stronger than the last.  This time it’s no different.  The band is one of the […]

The Mary Onettes

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Everyone in the Labrador Records camp is psyched out of their minds about their latest single.  Now, they’re always excited about their latest releases but this one seems a little different.  They’re all calling this the best release from The Mary Onettes yet.  When I hear that, I’m impressed because they’re released some seriously good […]

Lake Malawi

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  Lake Malawi is a new band led by a two-time MTV Award Winner and two-time MTV Award Nominee Albert Cerny. Having opened for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, gained support from The Guardian and VICE Magazine, performed at the Great Escape Festival and being promoted by Coldplay.com, Albert is planning a busy and bright […]

Red Sleeping Beauty

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I can’t tell you how excited I am to see that the Swedish band Red Sleeping Beauty has returned after a 17 year hiatus.  Just for fun” is one of the greater pop songs from the 2010s and Red Sleeping Beauty take the preppy original and turn it into a melacholic analogue synth dream.  It […]

Hibou

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 Hibou is the alias of 20 year old Seattleite Peter Michel.  Having spent a year touring as drummer for Captured Tracks-signed Craft Spells, Michel decided to take creative matters into his own hands and released debut AA-side “Glow”/”Hollow” at the beginning of 2013. This was followed by debut EP “Dunes” in June, which he later […]