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EP REVIEW: The King’s Parade – ‘Mad’

There’s nothing like a surprise. I hadn’t heard of the King’s Parade before last week, when I was told their Mad EP was coming on April 5th. I was taken completely off-guard. Now, I’ve got a new contender for favourite band of 2019. I haven’t heard this much vigour and character from a band in a […]

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EP REVIEW: roves – ‘A Strung Out Pilot’

Nestled in the Thames Valley – in Reading more precisely – a band has quietly grown from the roving countryside and confluence of rivers. A tidy four-piece comprised of lifelong friends Ethan Morgan (Vocals/Guitar) and Connor Coutts (Guitar), along with Ellis Morgan (Bass/Vocals) and Matt Jamieson (Drums) make up the musical enterprise of roves. With […]

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EP REVIEW: Afterbloom – ‘Lithic Sounds’

Well over two years since the release of their debut single ‘Duh,’ Afterbloom are back with the Lithic Sounds EP. Making use of strange, straightforward and totally out of this world noise, the West Midlands three-piece have spent the past two years crafting and honing their music into a masterfully made EP, which I’m sure is […]

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EP REVIEW: LION – ‘LION EP’

Lion settles into a comfortable but driven sound for her new EP. With four tracks of angrily pronounced, angsty alternative rock, there’s a prevailing Americana flavour to this short but immediate compilation of music. Sonically well rounded but instrumentally simple, the EP is highly accessible for newcomers to Lion’s sound.

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EP REVIEW: Seafret – ‘Monsters’

Our favorite boys from Bridlington are back after a two year hiatus with a brand new, shiny EP in anticipation of a second album. Tantalizingly mystic, Seafret emerges from the rolling fog of creative cultivation with the four track collection titled Monsters. With Jack Sedman & Harry Draper always at the helm, this new EP […]