Indieterria

Ideal Husband SBB – single review

I remember the first time I’ve heard “Chasing Pavements” by Adele on a cold February morning while going around Camden Market. I stopped in my tracks, pointed at a radio and said to a shop seller that we were just witnessing a birth of a superstar. They just nodded their head and said yeah but […]

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Indieterria meets Dois Padres

It is so easy to completely and irreversibly fall in love with Dois Padres. What’s there not to like?  The music has grooves, moods and swings, the band has fantastic voices and skills. There is a great sense of humour, a lot of care for political and social equality and a feeling of genuine friendship […]

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Indieterria meets GLYTSH

Glytsh arrived on the music scene in March with a big bang, screamy vocals, distorted guitars and a fresh sound that made the industry take notice. With a string of absolutely rave reviews from Amazing Radio (Charlie Ashcroft, Frankie Francis), Radio X (John Kennedy) and BBC Sounds (Richard Latto), the two fascinating and talented women […]

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Indieterria meets Holy Coves

There is something magical about the Welsh rockers, Holy Coves. The sadness and hope enchanted in the indie melodies and distorted guitars. Darkness and light. Despair and calmness. One would think that it would be impossible to put such extremely opposite feelings in one song, yet here we are listening to “Grey”. Welsh have a […]

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