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WAVEGIRL SONGS OF 2021

Pandemic Pop Despite the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, 2021 managed to be a good year for music. As well as the return of live events, it also saw a wealth of new music releases covering every genre. Despite the problems and … Read More

GOLD BABY – Rabbits

That’s not the whole story… After a lengthy period of releasing various singles, London indie-pop outfit Gold Baby have now turned their attention to the release of their debut EP Rabbits. Having gone through some line-up changes in recent years, … Read More

GOLD BABY – Versailles

An empire of memories… The Covid crisis has had a devastating effect on the music scene this year, particularly impacting live music. Yet despite this grim turn of events, many bands have somehow managed to reignite a spark of creativity … Read More

GOLD BABY – Philadelphia

Lost journeys Summer saw some good tunes popping up on the independent scene, although a special mention has to be made to Gold Baby for the evocative ‘500/1’ (see Wavegirl review previously). Siân Alex’s grunge-pop outfit have been keeping the … Read More

GOLD BABY – 500/1

This is just a bad dream… When a band takes its name from one of Sylvia Plath’s most famous poems, it can only be a good thing. Such is the case with Siân Alex’s indie-pop combo Gold Baby, who return … Read More

GOLD BABY – Live In London

The Golden Hour Having previously delivered the delights of ‘What Party?’, it was clearly time to check out 4-piece indie pop outfit Gold Baby in a live setting. Luckily, the band had staged a launch party for their latest offering … Read More

GOLD BABY – Maggots

Breezy pop goodness Describing themselves as ‘slacker pop’, 4-piece outfit Gold Baby previously caught our attention with debut ‘What Party?’ Back in October. Consisting of Siân Alex (vocals, guitar), Sam Asbury (guitar, backing vocals), Andrew Myors (bass) and Ian Lee … Read More

GOLD BABY – What Party?

Guitar party pop There seems to have been a sea change in the quality of independent guitar outfits in recent years. The post-90s stodge that seemed to be everywhere at one point, surprisingly appears to have largely faded. In its … Read More