Posts Tagged ‘Indie’
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Mammal Hum - What's Behind Us Is Not Important

Mammal Hum – What’s Behind Us Is Not Important

by Nick Boldockon 8th April 2019
15-track CD released 2012 [...]

Black Light Graffiti

Artist: Black Light Graffiti

by Nick Boldockon 13th January 2019
Formed from the ashes of At Circles End, Black Light Graffiti are an indie/rock band with vibes akin to the likes of Kaleo and The Black Keys. [...]

Red Guitars – Seven Types Of Ambiguity – The BBC Sessions

by Nick Boldockon 27th August 2018
Compilation featuring BBC sessions and radio versions of the band's recordings.

still life – At The Wheel

by Nick Boldockon 6th July 2018
3-track self-released CD single/EP from 2004 [...]

La Bête Blooms – Summer / Nothing Left But The Taste

by Nick Boldockon 4th January 2018
Two track cassette released for Cassette Store Day 2015 [...]

Bitmap – Black Arts In The Town Hall EP

by Nick Boldockon 1st December 2017
Five track EP released on the Gentle Electric label [...]

Artist: The Gold Needles

by Nick Boldockon 8th November 2017
Originally formed as a studio project, The Gold Needles have expanded recently to become a full live band. [...]

Artist: Robert Holmes

by Nick Boldockon 21st October 2017
Robert Holmes was initially in the local spotlight as the vocalist in Hull outfit Poor Howard (who put out the excellent "Maybe Tomorrow" single in '84). That single came out via the Red Guitars' record label Self Drive, and the two bands played together on numerous occasion [...]

Artist: The Limes

by Nick Boldockon 11th August 2017
Formed in 1994 in Hull, The Limes toured around Hull and Yorkshire. They of course played the Adelphi many times with the likes of Spacemaid, Lithium Joe and King Rupert to name but a few, and also landed an Adelphi support slot with Mansun in 1995. [...]

Artist: The Pressure Group

by Nick Boldockon 21st July 2017
The band that eventually became The Pressure Group first started rehearsing in the sound laboratory that was the bathroom of student house, 34 Auckland Avenue. Michael McGrath and Kevin Wade had rudimentary grasps of guitar chords, Mike Catling was OK on the mouth organ and drummer Mike Norton cut his teeth by banging an upturned waste bin [...]