Little Indie blog

A little blog about indie stuff

  1. Our Girl release their debut album 'Stranger Today' - today (August 17).

    Last month they shared 'In My Head' and its video animation, and now you can hear that, and the other 10 tracks on the record, via the full album stream below.

  2. Following up her 2016 release ‘Puberty 2’, New York chanteuse Mitski now unveils new album, 'Be The Cowboy'.

    Out today (August 17), the 14-track record also features singles ‘Two Slow Dancers’, ‘Nobody’ and ‘Geyser’.

    Listen to the album in full via the Spotify stream here.

  3. 'Acts of Fear and Love' is the nine-track third album from Kent twosome Slaves.

    Released today (August 17), it is the follow-up to 2016's ‘Take Control‘ for Laurie Vincent and Isaac Holman, and you can take a listen to the record in full, here.

  4. Words: Sam Geary

    Veteran California rockers Joyce Manor have dropped a new track from their imminent fifth full-length, ‘Million Dollars to Kill Me’, produced by Converge’s Kurt Ballou, and out on September 21.

    ‘Think I’m Still In Love With You’ comes with a video directed by Christopher Good (Perfume Genius, Kevin Morby, Okkervil River).

    Live UK dates (w/ Basement)

    16 Manchester, Club Academy
    17 Leeds, Stylus
    18 Glasgow, Garage
    20 Birmingham, O2 Institute 2
    21 Southampton, 1865
    22 London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
    23 Bristol, SWX

  5. Words: Ellie Ward

    Following his 2013 'Caramel', album, and 2015's joint offering with Devonté Hynes, 'Myths 001: Collaborative Recordings', Connan Mockasin is getting around to his new work, 'Jassbusters'.

    This third album, recorded live in Paris at Studios Ferber, and out on October 12, comes with a five-part film called Bostyn ’n Dobsyn.

    Check out its lead single, 'Con Conn Was Impatient', along with video, above, which he also directed and edited.

    Mockasin plays three UK dates in November:

    01 Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
    02 Manchester The Dancehouse Theatre - SOLD OUT
    03 London Barbican