EP Reviews

YACHT fuse politics with electro for I Thought The Future Would Be Cooler
The signposts are erected for all to see. I Thought The Future Would Be Cooler begins with a few tentative prods at a synthesizer, like a child explor...more
Stone Irr tackles tricky dreams on This Month EP
It is impossible to recall the specifics of a dream. You awake from it and as you try to recall the details of the magical landscape from which you'v...more
Idles return with ferocious Meat EP
If you've yet to hear the name Idles, prepare yourself: you will hear it quite a lot following the release of the Meat EP. As chaotic and raw as t...more
Dog in the Snow bolden up for Uncanny Valley EP
Uncanny Valley is a bristling, breezy record. It floats in with ethereal vocal and twanged guitar, ruffles the feathers of experimental electro and ps...more
The Amazons head up the indie rock revival on their Don’t You Wanna? EP
Youthful yearners, The Amazons, bring the party on their Don’t You Wanna? EP. With a fleeting display of classic indie, combining rough and ready ...more
Lionface – Battle EP
Lionface have long been a band to admire, but in 2015 they’ve become a band to revere. Support from their adopted Bristol has helped to usher the gr...more
Mieke – Mieke EP
Mieke is somewhat of an enigma. Until recently performing under her full name of Elissa Mielke, the singer songwriter has explored the world to produc...more
Wild Ones – Heatwave EP
When Wild Ones premiered “Dim the Lights” on the site back in June, we knew the Portland based six-piece were on to something good. Their follow u...more
Sam Eason – With Hope EP
Sam Eason is a Bath based singer songwriter and With Hope is his first EP for Circus City Records. Throughout the five songs on this EP, Eason draws u...more
Los and the Deadlines – Perfect Holiday EP
Feeling dystopian? Job searches and declinations destroying your soul? The Perfect Holiday EP probably isn't going to make you feel much better abou...more