EP Reviews

Fractions – Fractions EP
The North of the UK isn't usually associated with such fluffy, intangible concepts as tranquillity or serenity, but Newcastle-upon-Tyne locals Fracti...more
Benjamin Clementine – Glorious You EP
When an artist makes his national television debut on Jools Holland, you take note. A dab hand on the piano and smooth vocal, Benjamin Clementine is t...more
Pale Seas – Places To Haunt EP
Hailing from the south coast, Pale Seas’ dream-indie fusion is awash with sonics that carry you on a bed of clouds through a tunnel of haze and co...more
SEØUEL – Prague EP
The debut EP from SEØUEL is almost a trip down memory lane to remind the ears of exactly what is possible within the realms of electronic music. Pra...more
Empty Pools – Liberation Prayers EP
Empty Pools are an alt-rock band from the musical hot-pot that is Bristol. They've emerged from a burgeoning indie scene that carries its late-80s and...more
Ginger and the Ghost – Call Up the Whales EP
Ginger and the Ghost are an Australian two-piece made up of Missy and Daniel, both of whom describe themselves as visual artists as well as musicians...more
bentcousin – Dizzy EP
The gimmick of singing with a London accent has become pretty drawn out over the years.  It's started to become a trademark that instantly pigeonhole...more
Just Lions – Great. Okay. EP
Oregon-based, unsigned indie rock trio Just Lions release their second EP Great. Okay. on 30th June. Unfortunately, however, the title has got the re...more
Social Skills – Feb- July EP
Some records are chaotic, and not always intentionally so. For Social Skills, a temporary four-piece comprising an assortment of musicians from Bristo...more
Poliça – Raw Exit EP
The titans of ethereal synth-pop have returned, and this time they’re bringing an industrial, almost trip-hop tinge. The Raw Exit EP, the latest ...more