Tigercub As Blue As Indigo album review

Tigercub – ‘As Blue As Indigo’ album review


Tigercub return with new album ‘As Blue As Indigo’ – their first new material since the ‘Evolve or Die’ EP. Since then, frontman Jamie Hall’s gonzoid psych-pop side project Nancy has taken off (Hype Machine’s most blogged artist and playing shows around the world) but for now he’s fully focused on Tigercub – with this…

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Tigercub announce details of new album ‘As Blue As Indigo’ and share video for ‘Stop Beating On My Heart (Like a Bass Drum)’


Tigercub have made a welcome return with the announcement of second album ‘As Blue As Indigo’ (out via Blame Recordings on 18 June – pre-order here). Written over two years, the album was inspired by a video lecture frontman Jamie Stephen Hall watched that discussed how the notion of colour can be subjective, depending on…

Uncle Luc Plateaux stream 2018

New music round-up featuring Uncle Luc, El Morgan and the Divers, Tigercub, Why Bonnie and Tiny Moving Parts


Uncle Luc – ‘Plateaux’ After a couple of years focusing on Super Fan 99 Records, Uncle Luc makes a welcome return with this American-tinged slice of power-pop – complete with handclaps, DIY keyboards and a cute sense of playfulness. Luc sings about keeping notes in his iPhone telephone and considers how he doesn’t always believe…