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2014

Last minute reminders!

We hope you’re looking forward to Indietracks this weekend! Here’s a quick checklist to help you prepare for this year’s festival. We’ve tickets available on the gates, so if you fancy a spontaneous indiepop adventure, it’s still possible. Getting In!   When to arrive: The gates will open at 5pm on the …

Indietracks 2014 compilation released!

We’ve just released a sizzling 55-track compilation featuring bands playing at this year’s Indietracks. The compilation ranges from dancefloor fillers and punk pop assaults to electropop and acoustic folk.  It includes well-known artists such as The Hidden Cameras, Dean Wareham, Allo Darlin’, The Chills and Sweet Baboo, alongside the brightest …

This year’s Indietracks workshops

We’re very excited to reveal this year’s selection of art and craft workshops – we’ve everything from music and dancing to quizzes, sewing, zine making and more! Saturday workshops 2pm: Tallulah in 45 minutes (free) Learn the indiepop classic Tallulah by Allo Darlin’ on the ukulele! In this workshop aimed …

Indietracks interview #6: The Yawns

Interview by Mike. The Yawns are a five-piece band from Funky Glasgow Now. This is their first Indietracks, which is a surprise given their tentacle-like reach into the Scottish Underground. Members contribute to other bands, including Battery Face and Copy Haho; singer Sean has a prodigious sideline as a sensitive …

Indietracks interview #5: Slum of Legs

Interview by Stuart Huggett Slum Of Legs are a six-strong pop gang from Brighton. When they’re not swapping their instruments around, they usually line up on stage as Tamsin (vocals), Kate (guitar), Maria (violin), Michelle (drums), Alex (bass) and Emily (keyboards). Tamsin describes the band as, “A giant pop-psych, punk …