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Albums Of The Year – Part 2

It's that time of year again, where days get shorter, leaves start falling and there's a Christmas cheer in the air. And with this,...

Albums Of The Year 2016 – Part 1

It's that time of year again, where days get shorter, leaves start falling and there's a Christmas cheer in the air. And with this,...

The Indiependent’s People’s Choice Live Act Of The Year

This year has been a whirlwind for us. With all the amazing albums, EP's and general music that has come out we've been non-stop....

Live Review: FLUME // WHP, Manchester – 18.11.16

Underneath Manchester’s Picadilly Station, Harley Streten A.K.A Flume closed off his European tour in ridiculous style as part of the Warehouse Project season. Tight...

Premiere: Let’s Go To The Beach // Sophie Longshaw

Sophie Longshaw is a twenty-year-old singer-songwriter from Sheffield (based in London) premiering her track ‘Let’s Go To The Beach’ today on The Indiependent. Inspired by...

Gallery: Morrissey // Manchester Arena – 20.08.16

After a series of festival dates across Europe, Morrissey stopped off in Manchester for a one off UK date. Our photographer Myles Wright headed...

Hey, straight people. Stop going to gay bars.

My sexuality is not a joke. Don’t you dare use my sexuality to fuel your ‘quirky night out’. Gay bars are not the same as normal bars. They are effectively the only spaces in society that are specifically dedicated to the LGBTQ community.

In Memory of Viola Beach

The news on Sunday morning that Warrington band Viola Beach had been killed in a tragic car accident came as a shock to the...

Live Review: Paper Kites // The Lexington, London 09.02.15

After a four-month tour across Europe, Tuesday night at the Lexington was celebrated not only as the last show of the tour, but as...

Gig Review: BRNS // Electrowerkz, 24.11.15

Coherence is sometimes lost inside a soundscape - as an immersive environment becomes greater than its component parts, subtlety can too easily disappear. Fortunately...

Mercury Prize 2015 Shortlist: Which One to Win?

It's that time of year again. The daylight hours lessen, the weather grows colder, but most importantly; the Mercury Prize nominations for Album of the...

Live Review: Gengahr // Portland Arms, Cambridge, 14.10.15

It's difficult when listening to Gengahr to not feel some kind of magical tranquillity. Lead singer Felix Bushe's unique vocals are even more extraordinary...

Track Review: There is Nothing Left // The Drums

The latest single from The Drums’ 2014 album Encyclopedia is a typically slick and melodic offering from the New York duo. With the band...

Track Review: Like A Drug // Pleasure House

Self- described 'deliciously dirty indie dance-pop' group Pleasure House's new single 'Like A Drug', is a collation of jangly guitar and beautifully up-beat vocals...

Single Review: What We Haven’t Got Yet // Jaws

The second taster from Jaws' new heavier style, 'What We Haven't Got Yet' provides plenty of reason to believe that their second album will...
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