Posts tagged with indie pop

Introducing: Graingerboy

Graingerboy, aka Simon Grainger, is set to release his debut single ‘ThreeCrowns’, taken from his forthcoming album Shadowformerself, out in early 2012. Produced by Ian Catt of Saint Etienne fame, ‘ThreeCrowns’ is a slice of indie-electro that is inspired by a lucky escape from the Christchurch earthquake that took place in New Zealand in February this […]

Introducing: Susie Soho

Twelve Twenty Seven is the exhilarating new EP from fresh Irish talent Susie Soho.  Having recorded Twelve Twenty Seven between the famous Windmill Lane Studios in Dublin and Abbey Road in London, Susie Soho have made quite an impression in their native Ireland having been nominated for a Meteor Award this year, garnered sizzling reviews […]

Listen: younghusband

Formed in 2010, London-based quartet younghusband made their live debut at Truck Festival that same year, and have been building momentum since with celebrity fans in the form of Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe and Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker. Crystal is their brand new EP, which fuses their love of shoegaze with psychedelia and kraut […]

Introducing: High Highs

New York trio High Highs release their self-titled debut EP on 21st November. The EP is an introduction to the band’s signature dreamy indie-pop, with delicate harmonies, layered vocals and sweeping synths. Formed in Australia in 2009 by Jack Milas (vocals) and Oli Chang (electronic producer), High Highs enlisted the talents of drummer Zach Lipkins […]

Introducing: Patterns

There is no denying that Manchester is responsible for some of the most inspiring bands of a generation, i.e. The Smiths, Joy Division, Oasis, The Stones Roses and New Order to mention but a few. Are new talent Patterns destined to follow? The 3rd October sees the release of debut single ‘Induction’, a slice of […]

Gutter Talk: Big Troubles

American high school friends Big Troubles may be children of the 00s, but they’re already on their second album. Romantic Comedy, an album of summery guitar pop, is the follow-up to their 2010 debut Worry. Singer and songwriter Alex Craig spoke exclusively to Gutter ahead of its release. Before you set out to write and […]

The City That Breeds BEATBOTS Eat On This Quarterlife Party Shine Collective