2019 Singles

Green Dolphin – Notebook Comicstrip (Review)

Previous MoggBlog artist, Green Dolphin return with “Notebook Comicstrip”. Released October 4th, the track concludes the band’s busiest year to date. Having released 3 singles and a debut EP, the band are hiding away working on new material, ready to debut on a short tour in January. Based in Essex, the lo-fi indie draw influence… Continue reading Green Dolphin – Notebook Comicstrip (Review)

2019 Singles

Firewoodisland – Hollow Coves (Review)

Bristol-based Norwegian/Welsh duo Firewoodisland return with their latest release “Hollow Coves”. Released September 27th, the track has received support from BBC Radio 6 and media outlets across the internet. Comprised of Stian Vedøy and Abi Eleri, the duo ignite a folk-pop sound, drawing influences to artists such as Bon Iver and Of Monsters and Men. … Continue reading Firewoodisland – Hollow Coves (Review)

2019 Singles

Chay Snowdon – Men Cry Too! (Review)

Released September 20th, the fierce indie collective Chay Snowdon are ready for an arena in “Men Cry Too!” Plymouth based quartet Chay Snowdon have already played some of the UK’s finest festivals from Dot to Dot, Boardmasters, 2,000 Trees and many more. Finding their feet firmly on the stage in the zone, it’s no wonder… Continue reading Chay Snowdon – Men Cry Too! (Review)

2019 EPs

Fonzy & Company – Last Birth (Review)

Established in February of this year, Fonzy & Company may be a newly found collective, but their sound has been grabbing the attention of the public. Varying through indie, pop rock and americana, their engaging songwriting is fresh and giving modern music some fine competition. “Last Birth” is the band’s debut 6 track EP, released… Continue reading Fonzy & Company – Last Birth (Review)

2019 Singles

The Rezner – For Myself (Review)

Released via Jam X Recordings on September 20th, The Rezner’s ‘For Myself’ is their most intriguing work to date. After the success of their debut single ‘Micky’, the latest release features an in-your-face rock and roll drive that doesn’t hold back at any point. Over the past year, the quartet have snowballed into their best… Continue reading The Rezner – For Myself (Review)

2019 Singles

Hannah Brown – Hate Myself (Review)

Birmingham based Hannah Brown situates within the indie category in new single “Hate Myself” whereas past tracks have featured a more folk, singer-songwriter approach. Since debuting her new band at London’s Notting Hill Arts Club in 2018, the songstress has been invited to support international supporting artists and secured her own headline shows. Her first… Continue reading Hannah Brown – Hate Myself (Review)

2019 Singles

The Horse Puppets – Who Are You? (Don’t Look At Me Now) (Review)

Manchester based septet The Horse Puppets blend an ambient soundscape while holding onto their blues roots in “Who Are You? (Don’t Look At Me Now)”. Coating the blues arrangement in an indie atmosphere, The Horse Puppets mix a whole ray of instruments throughout different styles to create their own distinctive sound. There’s a country twang… Continue reading The Horse Puppets – Who Are You? (Don’t Look At Me Now) (Review)

2019 Singles

teepee – No Reason

Dream-pop duo teepee return with their new number "No Reason". Released September 13th via Springstoof, the spellbinding two piece are inspired by artists such as RY X, Nick Drake and Sigur Rós. Comprising of singer-acoustic guitarist Miroslav Patčka and singer-electric guitarist Tereza Lavičková, the duo’s inspirational work defines indie-folk beautifully. “No Reason” was mixed by… Continue reading teepee – No Reason

2019 Singles

KidEyes – Take Me Back In Time (Review)

LA based indie band KidEyes return with their third single “Take Me Back in Time”. Taken off their upcoming debut self-titled EP, out October 4th, the duo are set to take over the world. Comprising of vocalist Greg Cahon, and producer/multi instrumentalist Ben Epand, the duo tackle themes such as uncertainty, wonder, tragedy and triumph… Continue reading KidEyes – Take Me Back In Time (Review)

2019 Singles

Dog Drive Mantis – Volta (Review)

Experimental rockers Dog Drive Mantis return with a vibrant new string to their repertoire. Entitled “Volta”, the instrumental number showcases the Toronto based quartet simply in their natural habitat. Flowing freely with great ease, the track was inspired by the imagery of a lighthouse. Wacky and innovative, the tune features elements of jazz fusion mixed… Continue reading Dog Drive Mantis – Volta (Review)