Daughter are pleasantly haunting

Indie is everywhere these days, it’s an easy enough sentence, since it’s true. But to distinguish indie you would remember, that is turning out to be difficult. English, but actually international, indie band “Daughter” just released their second studio album and it’s no less perfect than their debut. The atmosphere presented on this records hits…

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‘Hurts’ remain lyrically strong

This Friday marked release of third album by British synthpop duo Hurts. Newest album “Surrender” faces rather diverse reviews and I decided put one of my own into the mix. I am a big fan of this band from album ‘Happiness’ which was bands debut, that remains on my list of top albums. By now…

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Review : Ed Sheeran – X

Three years in life of a musician are quite a time. And Ed Sheeran’s proves this theory on his new album ‘x’ which easily stands to it’s names. Instead of following his debut ‘+’ – Sheeran does indeed multiplies (x) his music. From simple, yet beautiful melancholy love ballads, accompanied only by his guitar to…

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Review: Pixies – Indie Cindy

1986 was the year when world first seen American alternative rock band Pixies. It has been a long career since these guys from Boston released their first demo ‘Come On Pilgrim’ and continued with albums Surfer Rosa, Doolittle, Bossanova and Trompe le Monde. That brings us to the new album ‘Indie Cindy’ freshly released 23…

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