Saturday, December 26, 2015
Little Indie's Top Tracks Of 2015 Part 1 Jan - Apr
In no specific order (hell, who's got time for all that), here are some of the tracks that rocked Little Indie's blog in the last 12 months.
Part One: January - April
SUNDARA KARMA - Loveblood Fuelling the veins and sealed the Reading boys' place as one of the new year's brightest teen prospects.
YAK - Hungry Heart
Providing our first "wow!" track back in January - and they really didn't let up throughout the year. The new rock gods.
Elias Bender Rønnenfelt turned up the big shots with Hungry For Love - and we were definitely hungry for more of this.
NEVER YOUNG - Like A Version
The Bay Area noise punks wowed us with Like A Version as an impressive kick-off to 2015.
PILLOW TALK - ROOM
Soothing layering from the Memphis fivesome.
BEECH CREEPS - ARM OF THE T-REX
The Brooklyn three-piece's skin-crawl, frenzied wall of sound.
LUVV - Nothing
The Cardiff outfit offered plenty of reverb-drenched guitars and vocal passion.
JOSH WHEATLEY - Close
The 19-year-old Nottingham-based singer/songwriter gave the chills with this mature debut.
PALACE - Kiloran
The London four-piece with Leo Wyndham providing the blues-infused outfit's smooth and sexy vocals.
AUTOBAHN - Beautiful Place To Die
Dark, dystopian, with eerily dramatic post-punk opening chords, a driving rhythm and Craig Johnson's vocal dominating over an ominous sense of doom.
SECRET COMPANY - Holding On
An emotive four-minute fusion of indie rock that crosses over pounding drums and Scott Revell's heart-tugging vocals.