Tagged with Indie

Gang Of Three – Port Erin Vs The World

Gang Of Three – Port Erin Vs The World

We recently signed a new band, the wonderful Port Erin, to the label. And as is my wont, I rewrote the bands biography, partly as I like to put something fresh on their profile page on the label website, and partly for PR mail-out purposes. They are a brilliant melodic, chilled, slightly haunting indie band, … Continue reading

Old Colours – Mountains EP

Old Colours – Mountains EP

Music can be a powerful trigger, generating synaptic responses in the listener that can cause extremes of emotion, opinion, feeling and memory. Some music does this with a real battering ram approach, grabbing the lapels of your brain and shaking a response from it, but sometimes a more subtle tactic can be by far the … Continue reading

British Harlem – EP

British Harlem – EP

Swindon’s British Harlem appear to be one of those bands that is very good at keeping an outrageously low profile before exploding to life with something a bit special. Mainly formed from the embers of Young Blood, a highly regarded band who just seemed to drift away last year without explanation before now doing something … Continue reading

The Soft Pack – Strapped

The Soft Pack – Strapped

First published on greenmanmusic.biz In my humble opinion, one of the greatest attributes to “indie” music is its sheer variety and scope. Very much a term of convenience its original coining to describe music put out by small independent labels naturally encompassed a vast range of styles. It gradually came to refer to any alternative … Continue reading