Category Archives: Indie-pop

I’ll fly a little higher

Absolutely inspiring song from Zach Sobiech, who was diagnosed with cancer and put to rest yesterday (23rd).

Beautiful songwriting. melody and tone from Zach. A real shame we couldn’t hear more from him in his tragically short life.

We urge you to have a look at his full story (link below), which is doing the rounds on Twitter, Facebook and every other social network we can think of. A really eye-opening 20 minutes.

Rest in Peace, Zach. x

My Last Days: Meet Zach Sobiech

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angels in the architecture


Great take on Paul Simon’s original.


Little Green Cars

Stumbled across this whilst trawling the interweb in my typical haphazard fashion. Loved the really chilled out vibe, accompanied with a just as chilly music video. 

Cool x

Man on Fire

Rainy day song x

My Mumford

The Lumineers – Flowers in Your Hair

  For some reason, wordpress is not letting me embed the video so a link will have to do for today.
Anyway, I found this gem whilst catching up on season 4 of Parenthood and immediately fell in love. I then went on to listen to their self-titled debut album and really really love it. Mumford and Sons never really hit the spot for me, I always felt as if they were missing a little something. I think The Lumineers have become my Mumford. Their blend of catchy acoustic-folk has really drawn me in; a definite album purchase on the cards. 

Listen and check out their other stuff; “Hey Ho” in particular.

Also, check out the twitter:

Thanks x

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I’m not a weirdo


Didn’t really understand all the buzz surrounding The Vaccines. When I listened to their first album it seemed to me to be fairly uninspiring but having listened to their most recent album “Come of Age”, my opinion has been altered. It’s quite a diverse record, some very catchy riffs reminiscent of the Arctic Monkeys as well as this number which has an Alt-J, chilled summer vibe to it. It’s not a perfect album, but it’s pretty damn good. 

Have fun x

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Jewish-reggae exists

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King Hoodie


King Charles is an independent, indie-pop singer/songwriter from West London.  Hoodie Allen is a Jewish rapper born and raised in New York. How these two came together, I have no idea..but I am so glad they did. Using the backing from King Charles’ “Love Lust”, Hoodie creates a fun, catchy and feel-good track that should definitely have many more views than it does. Listen and share x

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Happy songs for sad times

Lots of work, lots of pressure, little fun. 
Take some time out, listen to this…relax and enjoy. 

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