Californian folk singer/songwriter Jameson Burt released his début EP, late last year and I know I’m way behind in learning about this artist but great things happen over time and I’d be lying if I didn’t say this is exactly one of those occasions. Jameson’s music is pure gold with his husky vocals, stylish guitar arrangements and raw lyrical style, he is definitely a […]
Edinburgh’s Broken Records, are in the midst of releasing their new EP, Toska, which has already gained a whole host of positive reviews from mainstream media outlets, including NME and Clash. Toska is a beautifully produced moving piece of music, a return to glory for this Scottish band. The new EP is just the tipping point of a […]
Stoke’s Moscow unveiled their sophomore EP earlier today, the Pack Animals EP and what can I say? They’ve definitely given it their all, it sounds huge from start to finish, it’s raucous energy, bold instrumentation and Andrews signature fiery vocals just can’t be beat, this EP demands your attention from the get go. All I can […]
Folk singer/songwriter, Scott Lloyd, is about to release his second EP, entitled The Northern Gate EP, in early March. The EP takes the listener on a roller coaster of emotions, ranging from upbeat melodious tracks to more inward looking acoustic ballads, but one things for sure is that Scott Lloyd is a real talent.
Oxford’s alt rockers, ArtClassSink released their début EP, ILLA, at the end of 2013 and with an EP like this they are sure to be plucked from obscurity in no time at all. With a band name like ArtClassSink, it makes you wonder what’s the inspiration behind the name. Well the band’s frontman, Joe Biggs, says that it came […]
After the breakout year Puppet Rebellion had in 2013, they are back and ready to storm everyone’s playlists, and amaze not only music lovers in the UK but on a worldwide scale. Having already created quite a buzz in South America and Europe over the past year, their forthcoming hotly anticipated EP, No Means Yes, […]
If you haven’t heard about London’s synth pop trio, Strangers, then where have you been? They have been storming the web and radio airwaves all year with their epically dark, anthemic synth pop.
Firstly, it has to be said how great 2013 has been for music in general. Especially for new music, there has been a surge in great new bands and musicians this year, and we’ve all indulged in the pleasures of their music. EP’s are a great way to be introduced to a new artist, they are a […]
Brisbane singer/songwriter Sahara Beck may be young, but she’s already achieved so much, releasing her debut album, Volume One, at the mere age of 15, and she won the School Award for her song, You Could Be Happy at the Queensland Music Awards in 2012. Just today she has released her latest EP, of the same name, You Could Be […]
Aberdeen based singer-songwriter Lizabett Russo is a real treat for the ears. Her soulful voice is magnificent, and it’s like a warm hug for your ears, intricate and full of emotion. The EP takes many forms, but if you like music from other artists such as Daughter, Corinne Bailey Rae, and Lissie, chances are you’ll really […]
Glocks are a five piece from Wigan, who make the most melodic, uplifting indie rock that you’ll hear, with pop hooks and exuberant passion for their craft, they are a truly great band. Their début EP, entitled Nicolas Cage, is something quite special.
Sound Casino are a garage indie rock four piece from Stoke-on-Trent, consisting of Rob Williams (vocals, guitar), Andy Donaldson (guitar), Chris Abraham (bass) and Chris Williams (drums). They have just released their second EP, Metropolis, last week and for what its worth I’d say this is an EP you need in your life.
Kolorsol are a four-piece roots, rock band from Brisbane, Australia. They are Damien Robertson (vocals, guitar, songwriter), Ashleigh Slattery (vocals/songwriter), Ben Lane (bass) and Pat Buck (drums). They have just recently released their début self-titled EP and are currently heating up the music scene back home in Australia.
Lonesound aka. James Ewers has just recently released his third and final EP, entitled The Great Outdoors (pt. 3), which is part of a collection of three EP’s, that make up The Great Outdoors EP’s. All which have been self-released by Ewers, with a little help from his fans and backers of his Pledge Music campaign, he […]
This Manchester based, psychedelic rock four piece, consisting of Andy Fidler (Vocals), Jimmy Wraylang (Guitar), Sam Oliver (Bass) and Kevin Travis (Drums), are simply magnificent. They are true musicians and truly talented, they make some of the best music Manchester has to offer. Read on to hear my review of their recent self-titled EP, Two […]
Duke and the Darlings are Alex Reed (lead vocals, guitar), Jonny Saatchi (bass, backing vocals) Luke Wilkinson (guitar) and Grant Tildsley (drums).
Young Kato are an indie six-piece from Cheltenham, consisting of Tommy Wright (vocals), Jack Edwards (guitar), Joe Green (guitar), Joe Lever (bass), Harry Steele (keyboards) and Sam Henderson (drums). Young Kato are set to embark on their biggest tour yet, headlining venues across the UK, which begins this coming week in Bristol. With their début single, Something Real, gaining steam more and more […]
The Shallows are Tom Skelton (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Russ Cragg (Guitar), Joe White (Bass) and Al Hewitt (Drums). This London based four-piece released their début EP, About Time Vol. 1, last year and are just about to release their newest, entitled Same Space Vol. 2, out 3rd May. Having already gained support from BBC Introducing and […]
The Sea are Alex D’ Chisholme and Peter D’ Chisholme, these lads pride themselves on making music that is in its purest form raw, unadulterated noise, and I for one, can’t complain with that.