All posts tagged indie

Exclusive Review of Chloe Zhao’s ‘The Rider’.

A subversive eulogy to the western. The mythos surrounding the cowboy is now one that seems to belong to a bygone era, one of white hats and black hats, saloons, […]

Nordic gallows humour shines in bleak Under the Tree

Under the Tree is the third feature film from Icelandic writer and director Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson. Within it, frigid relationships brood and bubble into acts of aggression and violence with a typical Nordic minimalism and […]

What’s New?

New releases to look out for from up-and-coming artists. Check out the following artists if you are looking for something to mix up your music collection! Whenyoung’s latest single ‘Heaven […]

Exclusive Interview with Irene Greene

Irene Greene is a Philadelphia born singer-songwriter who uses a vintage foundation of having been raised on greats such as Joni Mitchell, The Beatles and David Bowie, mixed with modern influences from indie, electronic […]

Exclusive Interview with Josh Whitehouse for ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’

This week I was lucky enough to meet actor, musician and model Josh Whitehouse to discuss his new film ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’ – out in UK cinemas from the […]

Review of ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’

Modern Life is Rubbish (showing in UK cinemas as of now) is the debut film of director Daniel Jermone Gill. It is an Indie, gritty romcom which gives an honest […]

It Was The Artist, Not The Album: Kendrick Lamar’s Pulitzer Prize

The Pulitzer prize is arguably one of the greatest honours a writer can possibly receive. During this year’s ceremony on Monday, something unbelievable happened – the music category award, usually […]

Coming Home for the Vampire Weekend

Vampire Weekend have been heralded as the epitome of preppy, well-read, indie. It’s been 10 years since the release of their debut, self-titled, album Vampire Weekend. They last performed over […]

Sophie, Ben and Other Problems: A Review

Conor Burke’s Sophie, Ben and Other Problems sees two young people delivering a talk about themselves, their relationship and, not surprisingly, “other problems”. The premise of the play is as […]