RELEASE DATE: 20th August 2021 Words: Dan Smith The Australian trio continue to deliver the goods with their new EP ‘I Love You Unconditionally, Sure Am Going To Miss You’. The four tracks: ‘1 Way’, ‘We Are Midnight’, ‘Viol’ and ‘Junk Truck Head Fuck’ see the band return to their feel good roots. Tommy himselfContinue reading “DMA’S Release Tantalizing 4 Track EP”
I’ve had a week to listen and contemplate what to write about this EP and I’m still going to struggle putting into words how good it is!
Jack Cattell is back on the scene with his newest EP ‘Locked Away’. The quartet from Walsall came onto the scene with their energetic approach to indie music, with their playful riffs and bouncy blues sound. However, this time around they’ve changed up their style. The stripped back approach to this EP offers something completelyContinue reading “Jack Cattell – Locked Away (The Orchestral EP)”
Michael Barnes debut EP ‘Ghosts’, featuring his debut single of the same name, has been years in the making, and clearly over that time Michael has been inspired by his many great musical influences to create something drenched in style and tone. Throughout the four tracks Michael blends together modern, electric indie music with iconic synth sounds of the 80s, givingContinue reading “Michael Barnes – Ghosts EP”
Today we’re bringing you the debut EP ‘Tranquil in Turmoil’ from Birmingham based artist and producer, Brad. With all of his material being based upon original ideas formed in his Bedroom studio, this EP particularly draws on personal experiences and everyday problems, which are reflected not only in his lyrics but also the general toneContinue reading “brad – Tranquil in Turmoil EP”
Wrexham band Jonny Ash released their debut EP entitled ‘Blurry Vision’, including four songs: The faster and more upbeat ‘MDMA’ and the heartfelt, uplifting and quite frankly extremely impressive ‘Brother’, as well as the two previously released singles; ‘Rosies’ and ‘Eclipse’, the latter of which contains the lyrics which provide the eponym of the EP.Continue reading “Jonny Ash – Blurry Vision EP”
The young Reading-based alternative rock band Phantom Booth have released a new EP ‘The Bath Sessions’. The band is made up of Louis Upton-Wheeler (vocals/guitar/bass), Lewis Cowper (vocals, bass, guitar), Henry Morley (drums) and Olly West (guitar). They met at school playing classical music, and a few years later have found themselves with an abundantContinue reading “Phantom Booth – The Bath Sessions EP”
After such a turbulent and unpredictable week for music, with new Coronavirus restrictions cancelling shows and Rishi Sunak infamously calling on musicians to “retrain”, an EP entitled ‘Shine On’ seems way too optimistic for the times we live in. Yet, George Rowlands’ latest release is a reminder of the beacon of hope that grassroots musicContinue reading “George Rowlands – Shine On EP”
I never thought an album could sway my beliefs but today, a day I’ve enjoyed in self isolation, an aptly named band predicted the future in knowing I would be back to listen again ‘In Earnest.’ ‘In Earnest’ is the self-titled EP of the talented trio. The EP as a whole is a carefully craftedContinue reading “In Earnest – In Earnest EP”
Wow, there maybe a lot wrong with the world right now, but this particular gem is definitely not one of them!
Funeral Lakes have released their new EP ‘Golden Season’. It includes three emotionally charged songs and is a follow up from last year’s self- titled debut album.
If ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ and David Bowie had a baby, ‘The After Hours’ EP
would be the end product.
This is the debut EP from Aidan Tulloch and sees the artist embrace a lot of different genres, from electronica to indie pop. In this EP, Aidan is very nostalgic looking back at the innocent nature of youth.
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