EP Reviews

Cheerleader – The Sunshine of Your Youth EP
Philadelphia based band Cheerleader are being talked about. Their Soundcloud demos have garnered critical attention from NME, Nylon and BBC. They’v...more
Youth Man – Hill of Knives EP
18 months after debut EP Bad Weather took the UK by storm, Birmingham "sex-punks" Youth Man are back with the five-track Hill of Knives EP. They soun...more
Cheatahs – Murasaki EP
There's just no stopping Cheatahs right now, is there? A mere two and half months since the release of their last extended play, the brilliant Sunne E...more
I, Us & We – Mono
Dream-pop is a genre that's quietly been gaining recognition for a number of years now, and this slow moving beast has spawned some fantastic and intr...more
Spies – Sea Creature EP
Hailing from Dublin, indie shoegazers Spies already have two well received EPs behind them: their 2010 debut Liars call me King and 2013’s Distant...more
The Hysterical Injury – Blood Burst EP
Originally conceived as a full length album, Hysterical Injury’s new EP Blood Burst marks fresh beginnings from a band whose sound has become synony...more
Oh Captive – Two Mirrors EP
Upcoming alt-rock outfit, Oh Captive, have been turning heads with their post-punk meets emo goodness since 2012. Heralding from somewhere in the Sout...more
Light Brigade – Amber EP
The Amber EP from Light Brigade is a good thing that comes in a very small package indeed. There are just four neatly wrapped songs, but they're certa...more
Wulf – Lairs EP
Wulf’s potential is confirmed by new EP Lairs, reinforcing their independence as a band. With their debut EP, the London based act have managed to...more
Cheatahs – Sunne EP
London-based quartet Cheatahs barely paused for breath in 2014. With the release of their acclaimed debut self-titled album, coupled with a relentless...more