Friday, April 19 2024
The Indie Grid song review of Patty by Minny Pops

Minny Pops Are Back With A Mesmerising Release – ‘Patty’

Gee Nelson

In the ’70s the Dutch art punk band Minny Pops released several albums before opening for the iconic Joy Division […]

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‘S. B. Butler’ – Ellery Twining: An Avant-Garde Ode To Gen-X Childhood

Gareth Johnston

Spoken word music is a problematic genre to critique for someone obsessed with melody and form. You’re caught between the […]

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Thorax-Wach Unveil ‘Kafka in Berlin’ – A Musical Journey Through Franz Kafka’s Last Year of Life

Matt Warren

Today, we sit down with the electronic duo Thorax-Wach to explore the origins of their latest project, the album ‘Kafka […]

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The Indie Grid song review of Gleam by Joris BON

‘Gleam’ By Joris BON – A Fusion Of Electro And Classical Piano

Gee Nelson

I’ve come across my fair share of electro tunes with synthesizers, pianos, and various keys, but never have I stumbled […]

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Every Which Way at Once, an Interview with John Beckmann of the Mortal Prophets

Matt Warren

Welcome to a genuine journey though musical landscapes. Today, we delve into the ethereal realms of ‘GUITARWORKS,‘ an album by […]

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‘Casino Wilderness Period’ Review – Sacha Mullin’s Avant-Garde Brilliance

Matt Warren

Chicago-based Sacha Mullin’s third full-length album, ‘Casino Wilderness Period’, follows the 2017 sophomore, ‘DUPLEX’. The record showcases sophisticated pop hooks […]

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