Kele Okereke revamps his solo career with Fatherland
Back in 2010, Bloc Party frontman Kele started his solo career with The Boxer,  a hit-and-miss electronic album which reinforced on-going suspicions ...more
Kiran Leonard returns with chamber pop album, Derevaun Seraun
Usually known for his experimental tendencies, music deviant Kiran Leonard is keeping it relatively stripped down for his second long player with Mosh...more
Alvvays’ second album Antisocialites is an absolute success
Following a successful debut is always a tricky proposition. From The Stone Roses to more recent examples in Bloc Party and The xx, there’s a whol...more
Introducing: Culture Abuse
Culture Abuse, the latest signing from the legendary punk label Epitaph Records, are ready to take over the world. And if they do it, it’s going to ...more
Power trio Girl Ray make their promising debut with Earl Grey
Taking their cue from Cate Le Bon and Veronica Falls, London power trio Girl Ray make guitar music that might fall under the indie umbrella. In thei...more
Broken Social Scene make a triumphant return with Hug of Thunder
Back in 2001, some Canadian band called Broken Social Scene put out a strange record called Feel Good Lost. A mostly instrumental affair that meanders...more
The New Pornographers miss the mark on Whiteout Conditions
The New Pornographers are arguably indie rock’s most beloved super group, even if they were never really a super group to begin with. Their solo car...more
Spoon extend their winning streak with Hot Thoughts
As one of the few American indie rock bands from the past decade whose legacy remains untarnished, there’s an argument for Spoon being the most cons...more
Los Campesinos! get wistful on Sick Scenes
Witty and pun-filled lyrics about heartbreak and despair? Check. Eclectic indie pop? Check. Football references? Check. Well, it seems that Sick Scene...more
Introducing: Hazel English
With a sound driven by reverberated guitars and faint vocals, Hazel English is one of many contemporary acts trying to bring dream pop back to basics....more