Amida are a 5 piece indiepop band based in Manchester. Their sounds harks back to the jangley of Postcard Records’s Orange Juice, and this new EP, their third, will bring their summery sound to the spring.
Darren Hayman is a London based artist, formerly of the much-loved Hefner, though he’s been prolific since, releasing and performing with his Secondary Modern backing band some of my favourite albums of the past few years (in particular, those drawing on his Essex upbringing – Pram Town and Essex Arms)…
Horowitz are “the sound of the indiepop underground”. The two piece have penned some of my favourite pop songs over the past years, with both I Need A Blanket and Popkids of the World Unite guaranteed to get me shuffling my feet at any disco. After releases on indie staples Cloudberry and Thee SPC, we’re very proud to be releasing their next EP…
Lisa Bouvier took the brave leap into the pop world 2007, having grown tired of compromises in various band formations. She quickly made a name in southern Sweden as its most frisky popstar with handclaps, vocal harmonies and a bloodied guitar that could get any pop club or living room dancing along to her catchy songs….
Lost Summer Kitten
Lost Summer Kitten was born late in Lund, Sweden, sometime around December 2005. The duo have since been joined by friends to perform their tales of bittersweet heartbreak…
Moustache Of Insanity
I love this band. Over the past 18 months or so of seeing Moustache Of Insanity across the UK and Sweden, no other band has made me grin like a buffoon, jump about so much or make me feel quite so alive. Shambolic, adorable and utterly essential…