This Week’s Best 5 New Indie Songs: “Fastracks” 36
Preview 5 new indie music tracks in less than 5 minutes f. Disorientations, Daytime TV, Blue Violet, The Lucky 13s & Mensa Deathsquad.
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ARTIST INFO & VIDEOS
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Disorientations “Watching You Go”close
Formed in 2018, after years of performing in other bands like Melting Time and Lagüna, Disorientations quickly grew out into a full-fledged and close-knit group. Lifelong friends Lukas Van Camp (bass), Tomas Serrien (drums) and Niels Elsermans (vocals, guitar) felt a need to start jamming endlessly as a way to […]
Daytime TV “Side By Side”close
DAYTIME TV are a four-piece alternative rock band currently based in Edinburgh + London. Releasing a string of singles in their short time together including ‘Communication, ‘Ugly’ and ‘Zombie’, the band have taken over the airwaves of Kerrang! Radio, Amazing Radio and BBC Radio Scotland, notched up plays on major […]
Blue Violet “Poster Girl”close
Blue Violet are husband and wife duo: Sam & Sarah Gotley. Previously performing under the guise Broken Bones Matilda, the pair put-in noteworthy performances at Glastonbury, Belladrum, Pub in the Park, Carfest and Wilderness festivals to name a few before regrouping to form Blue Violet. Sarah, a Scot with Parisian […]
The Lucky 13s “Ain’t Got No Money”close
Powerful, soulful & uplifting -The Lucky 13s originate from the South East of England. Formed in 2019, they create original music steeped in soul, melding vintage rhythm and blues with modern-day storytelling. The group have been rapidly gaining momentum in the British neo-soul scene and have officially signed to the […]
Mensa Deathsquad “Chin Up, Eyes Wide Open”close
Since the release of his album, Patient Zero (2020), which coincided with a long stint in the hospital and through his last album Cyclist (2021), Phillips has been writing his way through a physical and emotional recovery. With “Chin Up, Eyes Wide Open,” Phillips recalls, “I felt safe in my […]