Posts tagged under EP Review
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EP Review: Catgod – ‘Heartbeat In My Hand’

If it’s genre-defying fusions of sounds you’re after, then Oxford band Catgod may be just what you’re looking for. Amalgamating

21/06/2018
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EP Review: The Violet Kind – ‘OXTR’

Having previously received support from M Magazine and The National, Scottish band The Violet Kind have released their innovative concept

19/06/2018
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EP Review: Cable Street Collective – Where Now From Here?

Cable Street Collective have released their new EP Where Now From Here? The London-based 6 piece released their debut EP

03/06/2018
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EP Review: Alcabean – ‘Head Down’

Formed by brothers Victor and Julius Schack, Danish rockers Alcabean have already garnered praise from the likes of Clash, Team

26/03/2018
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EP Review: Emily Magpie – ‘The Witching Hour’

Following the twinkling splendour of her debut Same Stuff, Bristol-based artist Emily Magpie has returned to grace our ears with

07/12/2017
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EP Review: Lasse Matthiessen – ‘When We Collided’

Having shared stages with the infamous voices of Anna Calvi and Suzanne Vega and already built a reputation for his

21/11/2017
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EP Review: Lots Holloway – Slow Down

Cornish singer songwriter Lots Holloway has released her debut EP Slow Down. The EP follows the release of Lots’ striking

06/11/2017
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EP Review: Mt. Doubt – ‘The Loneliness Of The TV Watchers’

After spending years as a solo artist, Edinburgh-based songwriter Leo Bargery has over time recruited a range of musicians to

07/06/2017
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EP Review: Thula Borah – ‘Near Life Experience’

Glasgow’s Thula Borah  – Lloyd James Fay, Matthew Williams, Kevin Heimann and Michael O’Rourke – have previously received support from

31/01/2017
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EP Review: Crash Club – ‘C.C.101’

Consisting of brothers Aran and Neal McHarg, with cousins Sammy and Colin, Crash Club are one of the most innovative

10/01/2017