If you're wondering why we've been talking about music and neat new artists more lately, the answer is rather simple - what the hell else are you supposed to write about during the summer? Nonsense, creepy stuff, and music! Elementary, my dear reader!

"The sparkling peaks of musical genius, the darkest depths of talentless crap! All that caught the ear, of the ordinary man!" - If that's not enough intrigue for you to check out one of England's hidden indie treasures to make you click on through and check them out, then I don't know what is. Kartica are pure, British indie, who make music that we thought was long dead in the ‘90s and early ‘00s. If you're fans of Oasis, The Verve, Kasabian and Editors then these guys are a must for you.

Kartica have a single out now entitled ‘Don't You Think So', which is packaged up nicely with two bonus B-Sides (‘Wider Eyes' and ‘Taller Today'), which is the perfect indie package for any iPod or playlist.

They guys have already bagged ‘Tune of the Day' on AltSounds, boasting gleaming critiques such as: "Kartica are committed to writing pure, British indie that's true to its core. The Sheffield quintet have created a diamond of a track that's laced with intrigue and dense guitar riffage that's powerful enough to make the hairs on your neck stand to attention."