Preview this week’s top new indie music tracks by GEARS, George Hennessey, Little Tealeif, People of Maha, Charlie Clark and Of House.
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ARTIST INFO & VIDEOS
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Of House is Motorik Power/Dream/Indie Pop made in Detroit by Nick Van Huis, Blake Hart, Pat Nolan, Gabe Downey, Mitch Segall, Amanda Van Huis, and friends. Mixing propulsive drums, blended male/female vocals, and dreamy and crunchy guitars, Of House delivers a unique musical experience. -Official bio Watch our latest “Fastracks” […]
Ahead of a stretch of UK shows and his debut solo LP – CHARLIE CLARK – is pleased to present the new single: “No Big Deal”. The inspiration for Charlie’s indie imprint ‘No Big Deal Music’, it’s a fervent and fuzzy alt/rock anthem that sets the stage for his imminent […]
People of Maha, is an all-female Bulgarian/Brazilian Indie Rock band from Sofia, Bulgaria. With Alex on drums, Bia on vocals and Mila on guitar, the band was formed in 2018 after the women met during charity concerts. Their unique brand of entertainment fuses funky beats, melodic guitars, classical elements and […]
Out 18th November on indie label Not Saints, Little Tealeif’s new single ‘Pedestal People’ is a brooding earworm of a debut. Taken from the forthcoming EP ‘Charcoal’ (out 25th November) Little Tealeif blends elements of dance, rock, hip-hop, and pop with the mastery of producers like Mark Ronson or Rick […]
Breaking London artist – George Hennessey – is back with the brand new single: “Prisoner”. His final release of 2022, the anthemic new cut arrives as a foretaste of his highly anticipated debut solo album: ‘If You Can’t Find What You’re Looking For Please Ask’, which will be released on 3rd […]
“Lost Again” is just one of those songs that I think everyone can relate to. We have all been in that situation or those situations where it seems like we’re reliving it over and over trying to find out where we’ve gone wrong and how we ended up, yet again, lost. […]