Majorcan quintet formed by Lluís Cabot, Àngel Garau and Xavi Hernández (drums and vocals), Biel Stela (bass) and Guillem Portell (saxophone and percussion). Da Souza debuted in 2013 with the energetic “Flors i violèn –cia”, and since they have released 3 more LPs, progressively moving towards a luminous and precious pop with “Gran salt endavant” (2016), “Futbol d’avantguarda” (2018) and the acclaimed “Salsa agredolça” (2020). In April 2021, Da Souza presents the new EP “Boleros”, with four new songs that we could consider an epilogue to the last album.
Yellow House is a solo project of Emile van Dango, a singer-songwriter and producer from Cape Town who is also a member of the indie band The Plastics.
It’s mellow and inviting, much like a mild temperature pool in the heat of summer. Yellow House obeys and adheres to nothing but the creative mind. This is the beginning of a magical, mysterious journey, and everyone’s invited.
Yellow House has answered the call for new music from his rapidly growing cult following. “Nobody Home” is a single off his debut LP ‘Mania / Post Mania.’
Fremantle sweetheart, plus member of Tame Impala and Pond, GUM is Jay Watson’s aka for solo purposes. His debut release Delorean Highway is a coherent representation of GUM‘s limitless musical abilities, in which he’s shown mastering a diverse range of noise vessels.
Jay already has five solo albums and a further eight with Pond under his belt as well as 12 years association with Tame Impala. Despite the constant demands of those bands, Jay admits he finds it important to keep returning to GUM.
Vistas are an indie 3 piece hailing from Edinburgh, Scotland. The line-up consists of Prentice Robertson, Dylan Rush & Jamie Law. Vistas are a band with catchy choruses, hooky guitar lines and rhythmic thunderous baseline.
The Edinburgh trio have released their debut album ‘Everything Changes In The End’. Packed full of teenage nostalgia encapsulating lost loves, new loves, long summers and unbreakable friendships,
Summer Camp‘s timeless indie-pop is a rare treat indeed. Often alt-pop has a bland 60’s feel, a disposable modern hipster edge or the cringworthy quirkiness of a dating site advert. Here was a girl-boy duo with sprightly guitars and tickling keyboards to make the indie kids swoon,
Summer Camp -AKA married couple Elizabeth Sankey and Jeremy Warmsley- release their fifth album Romantic Comedy, the companion piece to Sankey’s film-debut of the same name, out now via Apricot Recordings. Having released four albums and three EPs in the space of six years, the duo decided to take a break from Summer Camp to explore other creative projects.
London’s premier softcore-psych quartet CHILDCARE have released their debut album ‘Wabi-Sabi’ a month ago.
CHILDCARE were formed in 2016 by Ed Cares, formerly one of west London’s most in-demand male nannies. Overheard humming a song he had written years before, Ed was persuaded by Katie, then aged six, to form a band which was completed by enlisting some local musicians.
CHILDCAREare a band on the up, making skewed, idiosyncratic, art-punk pop that is gaining them eager fans across the continent.
We apologise if we scared the hell out of some of you with that baseball cap in our Primavera Pack, the one that said ““Ex-indie”, before releasing the line up so that you could delight in all the names … and relax. Did you think we had forgotten about you, you nineties lovers? Never, whilst Stephen Malkmus has a guitar and still feels like playing it: and it is patently obvious on Sparkle Hard (2018), that the most famous fringes in Pavement have a long career ahead. With seven albums under his belt (one solo and the rest of them with The Jicks), the Portland artist leaves behind him spatio-temporal labels to bring together classical melodies and deafening contemporary lyrics (references to the #MeToo and #BlackLivesMatter movements included), without forgetting to deliver three or four tracks with his delightful morning sparkle trade mark, as reassuring as it is characteristic. And as he himself sings on Middle America, “I will not disappear”. We have Malkmus, habemus indie, for some time to come. Tonight in concert.