Indie Midlands Blog

Rachael Dadd Coming To The Cuban Embassy

Saturday February 8th – 7pm to 11pm Living half her time as a traveling musician in Japan, witnessing how other people create things, connecting with other cultures and landscapes; all this is a furnace...

Mike Dignam Coming To The Cuban Embassy

Friday November 8th – 7pm to 10pm Mike Dignam, a singer-songwriter from the North-West of England, has been writing, recording and touring his own music, for the past five years. In 2013 he supported...

Goodnight, Sunrise – Don’t Want It To End

Goodnight, Sunrise are an up and coming band from Toronto, Canada. Latest single ‘Don’t Want It To End’ is a peculiar music hop through the decades. The late 70’s and early 80’s synth drum...

Chersea – Swan Dive

Chersea, the pseudonym of Canadian artist Chelsea Laing, has shared the stage with artists such as Brian Wilson & MOBY, and with new release ‘Swan Dive’ it’s easy to see why. ‘Swan Dive’ is...

Shikoswe – Swimming

Norwegian artist Nora Shikoswe Hougsnæs, who’s project goes by the name of Shikoswe, has released a dreamy indie pop track in ‘Swimming’. If you’re a fan of artists like Hatchie, Snail Mail, Fazerdaze etc...

Fusz – Toil

Nashville based Fusz recently released their debut EP ‘Real Songs’ and ‘Toil’ is one of the tracks from the record. A song about falling out of love. There’s a relaxed pace about ‘Toil’ that...

Frogi – Moonlight

LA based Frogi has released an upbeat pop song with the very catchy ‘Moonlight’. The bouncy vibes delivered by the beats is only bettered by the layered vocals of frogi, making the song sound...

HOAX – Unamerican Dream

This isn’t real it’s a hoax. Oh, what’s that? Right, the band is called HOAX, and they are real. You can touch them, should you feel inclined. You can also listen to their latest...

Dominic Wolf – Tainted Paradise

If you like your beats chilled with high notes of indie guitar, yet rich with prominent male slacker-esque vocals, this new single from multi-instrumentalist Dominic Wolf might just be your thing. Sounding strangely familiar...