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Indie pop star Connie Constance: ‘People play with your career as if it’s not your entire life’

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The pandemic temporarily spelled game over for emerging pop stars: who could compete for headlines and livestreams with the likes of Dua Lipa? For Connie Constance, it stalled a career she had only just jump-started. ...

Iceland Is Best review – quirky coming-of-age indie never takes off

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Here’s yet another quirky indie film with a feisty teenager who longs to get as far away from her birthplace as possible. The setting is a small fishing town in Iceland, however, which lends an interesting internation...

Listen up: why indie podcasts are in peril

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The British Podcast Awards were different this year. Held in a south London park, they had a boutique festival feel, with wristbands and tokens for drinks, an open-sided tent for the actual awards, and people lounging...

Raves, musicals and a time-travelling diner: 20 must-listen indie podcast gems

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Lotte Jeffs and Stu Oakley host the UK’s first LGBTQ+ parenting podcast, where they talk to other queer parents about their lives and celebrate their family experiences. (Jeffs is a parent via donor conception, Oakle...

Mr Corman: Is Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s indie comedy funny? It’s complicated …

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One of my personal philosophies is that I would watch Joseph Gordon-Levitt in absolutely anything. I don’t even know why – he always pretty much plays “brooding guy wearing a nice shirt, maybe sometimes glasses” – but...

Girlfriends review – a lo-fi indie miracle about love and the city

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Claudia Weill’s insouciant New York comedy from 1978 is now rereleased: a little indie gem and lo-fi miracle whose emotional force catches you glancingly. Girlfriends now looks like a pop-cultural ancestor to any numb...

The Goon Sax: Mirror II review – striking, superb songwriting by Aussie indie trio

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Growing up in public is a tough gig, but Australian trio the Goon Sax don’t have a lot of choice. They were still at school when their 2016 debut album Up to Anything was released, with prosaic, witty songs about unre...

Wander Darkly review – Sienna Miller drives psychological indie drama

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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind meets Ghost in this relationship indie from Tara Miele about a woman who is killed – or is she? – in a car crash. Sienna Miller is brilliant as gallerist Adrienne, who’s out on a ...