EP Reviews

Dog in the Snow – 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 – 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
Good Graeff – Good Job Go EP
The twins of Good Graeff have danced their way back into the studio to record another melodically driven, cello chunking EP, to join summer playlists...more
Oscar – Beautiful Words EP
Oscar Scheller is a big hope for indie music right now. While most drown in a cess pool of below-average guitar bands stuck in the past, Oscar seems ...more
The Cadbury Sisters – Sarah EP
The Cadbury Sisters are back and they seem to have already stolen the hearts of those who are fans of Daughter and Haim.  It's been nearly a year si...more