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Midweek music: an eighties indie playlist

By Zack Yusof

July 19, 2017

Moptops, floppy fringes, stripey tops, winklepickers, anoraks, shambling bands with stand up drummers, big red semi acoustic guitars, homemade fanzines and flexi discs… 288 more words


DIY label Sarah Records shared a fan-friendly sort of indie(pendence)

Bristol-based Sarah Records was set up by Clare Wadd and Matt Haynes in 1987. The label always had a homespun, fan-friendly honesty, and a wholly independent approach. 401 more words


Local Bands: Yumi Yumi Hip Hop

Although their name may suggest otherwise, Yumi Yumi Hip Hop are an explosion of twee-pop that unites the best of Sarah Records’ legacy and transforms it into irresistible pills of punk-pop. 73 more words


Storm Stereo #11

My loves,

Another sensitive show yet again. My excuse this time is that I’ve been popping pills all week thanks to horrible toothache which has led to insomnia and migraines. 758 more words

Storm Stereo

Heavenly, Pecadilloes Dublin 1992

August 15 1991

Heavenly, Pecadilloes


2 weeks after the political hardcore noise of MDC came Heavenly. Rising from the ashes of Talulah Gosh, Heavenly were pure unashamed pop. 205 more words

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