Taylor Swift’s ‘folklore: the long pond studio sessions’ Is Just a Bit Too Beige: Review

This article was originally published on The Indiependent. I’ve waxed lyrical elsewhere about the brilliance of Taylor Swift’s folklore, so I won’t dedicate too much space to that here. The indie folk record — released on 24 July 2020, a mere week after Swift told her label the record even existed — became the first million-selling album in … Continue reading Taylor Swift’s ‘folklore: the long pond studio sessions’ Is Just a Bit Too Beige: Review

Taylor Swift’s New Album Is A Love Letter To Herself

New album Lover sees Taylor Swift shake off the bitterness of 2017’s reputation with album opener ‘I Forgot That You Existed’ proclaiming indifference to the public feuding between her and Kanye West: “It isn’t love, it isn’t hate it’s just indifference”. Yet the fact that the next track ‘Cruel Summer’ shares a name with a West GOOD Music compilation album is … Continue reading Taylor Swift’s New Album Is A Love Letter To Herself

Song Of The Week: Get Bleak // Ducks Unlimited

Ducks Unlimited are Toronto’s answer to music fans who are missing Noah and the Whale this summer Canadian outfit Ducks Unlimited’s jangle pop track ‘Get Bleak’ works on a fairly simplistic, repetitive melody which quickly becomes a little catchy earworm. The premise of the song is about the idea that moving somewhere else is going to … Continue reading Song Of The Week: Get Bleak // Ducks Unlimited

Song Of The Week: Renting Spaces In My World // Youth Sector

The Brighton quintent are the logical choice to relaunch our 'Song of their Week' feature Brighton alt-rockers Youth Sector are a quintet comprising of Nick Tompkins, Josh Doyle, Brad Moore, Karl Tomlin and Harvey Dent. ‘Renting Spaces In My World’ is their latest release, with the post-punk style narrative detailing a paranoid character’s gradual comprehension that their dream … Continue reading Song Of The Week: Renting Spaces In My World // Youth Sector

Throwback Thursday: What You Know // Two Door Cinema Club

Rejuvenating The Indie's 'Throwback Thursday' feature is the popular hit from TDCC Fans of Two Door Cinema Club will know they have recently released a new album, False Alarm. It’s a world away from ‘What You Know’, the fifth and final single from the Northern Irish band’s debut, Tourist History. It’s hard to believe that their first ever record came out … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: What You Know // Two Door Cinema Club