Formed by three Minneapolis high school friends, Night Moves having been makin' moves since their acclaimed debut album 'Colored Emotions' was released in 2011. After being signed to Domino, their album got a 'facelift' and was re-released in all its cosmic country and dream pop glory. Come along and melt at those tight harmonies in 'Denise, Don't Wanna See You Cry'. We promise you won't regret it.
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They say good things come in pairs, and this rings especially true for identical twins Tegan and Sara. They’ve gone from beanie-clad indie folksters to becoming some of the most prominent female voices in pop with their unique blend of traditionally indie instruments and massive hooks. Besides writing some of the best tunes of the last decade, they’re also avid political campaigners for LGBTQ+ rights - there’s not much these chicks can’t do. Their live set is the ideal mix between older records, their new songs and hilarious stories about being on tour. We don’t know about you, but that sounds like heaven to us.
Straight outta Leeds and into Hackney’s gold and glittery stage are Menace Beach – and it’s gonna be a loud one. More of an indie supergroup and less of a traditional band, they've seen lineups that have included members from staple bands like Sky Larkin and Hookworms. You can tell the noise blasts on stage come from listening to Sonic Youth and Dinosaur Jr in their youth, but they use these bands as a springboard to their sound rather than just a pamphlet. Leeds is a hotbed for fuzzed out 90s indie pop and Menace Beach are guaranteed to make your head bob and ears ache.
Its no big secret that we're super-fans of Sløtface. In all their Norwegian indie punk glory, they've been making waves in London for some time now. Their tunes are full of youthful abandon, soaring pop hooks and raucous guitars that leave you itching beneath the surface. And though it's the ultimate guitar party music, the themes of feminism and accountability running through their songs teach you that equality can be fun if you just let go. If you missed them on their last run of London shows, now's your time to make that right. When we say they're your new favourite band, we mean it.
After taking some much needed rest from the pop circuit, New Zealand icon and celebrant licence holder Ladyhawke is back and more optimistic than ever. Behind the glam stomps of her debut were disco chorus and pop cheer and that’s what she sounds most comfortable in. We guarantee early singles like "Paris is Burning" and "My Delirium" will still definitely get a spin and get your toes tapping. If Ladyhawke is your nostalgic music crush from the indie heydays, now is the perfect time to revisit her explosive live show. We know we will.