Tag: Indie Pop

October 11, 2019

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REVIEW : Bram Cools - We Are Civilised!?

The Belgian lo-fi Christian scene himself, Bram Cools, is back with a fourth album. More quirky weirdness accompanied by lyrics that tackle a wide range of social topics. I don’t know how familiar IVM readers are with this Belgian artist, but Bram makes eccentric lo-fi indie pop/rock with socially-conscious lyrics from a European viewpoint.… Continued →

August 17, 2019

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April 19, 2019

REVIEW : Starflyer 59 - Young in My Head

Starflyer 59 are back. But, what does even mean when they never went away? Christian indie rock’s most prolific band have just released their 15th full-length album (not counting their 9 EPs, 4 live releases, 3 box sets/collections, numerous vinyl singles and LP variants or compilation appearances—I didn’t even mention the side projects: Pony Express, Bon Voyage, Dance House Children, The Brothers Martin, White Lighter, Neon Horse and Lo-Tom) making them probably the second most prolific band in all of indie rock (second only to Guided by Voices, who are at something like 100 releases).… Continued →

April 14, 2019

April 4, 2019

Fielding Release Fantastic New Album

Fielding the project of Eric Balmer (Ex-Plankeye) and his wife, Beth, has just released a brand new full length titled “Rags of Light”. The album is full of rich instrumentation, experimentation, and Eric’s soothing, uplifting voice. Songs range from the Introspective and spiritual to the honest words of someone seeking meaning in this world.… Continued →

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