Celebrate 10 years of ICM at The Finsbury

In October we are celebrating 10 years of our blog, 10 years to discovering new music and unearthing the latest talent in the indie and alternative music scene.

We pride ourselves on discovering the hottest new sounds and shining the spotlight on those who truly deserve it. Since 2014, we have been a community of indie lovers who invest their time into finding the next big thing – that golden nugget just waiting to be heard by the masses. 

Join us on Saturday 12th October (in association with our dear friends at Turtle Tempo) to celebrate this milestone with TV People, Shrimp Eyes and more to be announced. We’re going back to where it all began – The Finsbury Pub in London. Free tickets are available here.

TV People

TV People, comprising Paul Donohoe and Brendan Clarke, are a duo that create their dark and gritty sound from a fusion of alt-rock and post-punk influences. With their introspective, moody, and existential songwriting, they have received widespread acclaim. In pursuing their aim of challenging outdated stereotypes and normalising discussion of difficult topics, the band creates art that explores themes such as mental illness, addiction, grief and the pervading uncertainty facing many of their generation.

TV People relocated to London in 2023, carrying the momentum generated by the release of their debut EP ‘Nothing More’, a showcase performance at Ireland Music Week and a sold-out headline show in The Workmans.

Shrimp Eyes

Influenced by the likes of everyone from King Gizzard, Courtney Barnett, and Pip Blom, as well as classic science fiction books and the Fantastic Funghi documentary Shrimp Eyes are a proudly 100% DIY band.

Hailing from South London, the band’s previous releases have earned them airplay from the likes of Huw Stephens, Jack Saunders, Steve Lamacq, Tom Robinson and John Kennedy.

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