All posts tagged indie

“It’s About Time You Entered The Bear’s Den” Says Guest-Author Joshua Fraser

It’s the 6th of December 2019. It has been a hard day, but all that weariness, stress and disorder is swept away; Bear’s Den have released their new extended play […]


There are no bands I know of that I would rather have seen on Halloween than Honeyblood. Few groups match their unceasing focus on the darker side of things. Present […]

The Paradox of the Planned Encore

“PLANNED ENCORES CAN F@CK OFF” Decries Lord and Saviour, Fin H.B. In Another Rant, Of All Things.   Oh boy, I can’t wait for this band I paid a load […]

Fin H.B. Comes Down on The Stifled Indie Scene (and reviews a couple Indie bands)

You’ve been out, it’s cold and dark, and you’re walking home for the evening. You approach a pub. As you near, blue light shines from the grimy windows and a […]

“Jury’s Out on The Velvet Hands” says Alisha Isherwood

Add a bit of The Strokes, a sprinkle of The Libertines, and blend it with the rebellious energy of The Sex Pistols, and you get The Velvet Hands. The Cornish […]

Break The Chain – Festival Recap & Artist Spotlights

On 28th September, The House of St Barnabus played host to Break the Chain Festival, raising money to help combat homelessness in London. The event brought 12 distinct bands together […]

The Cosmics Go Intergalactic – Gig Review by Fin H.B.

The Cosmics – Their name isn’t the only thing about them that’s out of this world. On the 20th of September, I had the immense pleasure of seeing The Cosmics […]

Beabadoobee – She Plays Bass

London based Beabadoobee (or Bea Kristi if you’re boring) is my current top pick for musicians who sound like a warming cup of chamomile tea sitting on a beanbag with […]

The Japanese House That Felt Like Home – Gig Review by Gem Stokes

The Japanese House (Amber Bain) emerged under the hand (and continued production) of The 1975, and has bloomed into a fully-fledged indie superstar, filling the space with an ethereal stage […]