Tag Archives: Indie

The Linc Weekly Playlist: November 21st

It’s time again for another weekly playlist from the Linc, compiling some of the best music the writers have been listening to over the past week.

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The Monks: How Five Ex-Soldiers Birthed Punk Music

Their story is pure gold: five bored American G.I.s stationed in Germany, forming a run-of-the-mill cover band to pass the time, then becoming frustrated with the conventions of contemporary rock music and eager to mould the genre in their own image.

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The End of the F***ing World: Bonnie and Clyde meets British suburbia

Dark, comical and unexpectedly poignant, Channel 4’s adaptation of the story of two unlikely teens on the run from normality, is a charming and edgy modern-day take on Bonnie and Clyde.

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Coasts chat to The Linc about touring, second albums and football matches

Earlier this week, indie rock band Coasts stopped by Lincoln to play at The Platform as part of their 38-show tour celebrating the release of their album This Life, Vol.1.

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Review: Foxygen – Hang

I can’t say I’ve ever had more than a passing interest for L.A. based progressive pop outfit Foxygen’s music; the only album that impressed me in their discography was 2011’s Take the Kids Off Broadway. 

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The Dead Weather — Horehound

Harry Lincoln reviews Horehound, the debut album from Jack White’s new band, The Dead Weather.

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