EP Reviews

Marika Hackman – Deaf Heat EP
Hampshire nu-folk diva-to-be Marika Hackman has dished out only fair sized portions of her melancholic compositions thus far. Last year her That Iron ...more
Annie Eve – Feversome EP
Off the back of supporting the likes of Daughter, Little Green Cars and Matt Corby; 22-year-old singer songwriter Annie Eve releases her second EP, ...more
The Jelas – Beetroot Yourself EP
You certainly can't accuse The Jelas of playing it safe. Their off-kilter, un-pigeonhole-able music has been doing the rounds of the Bristol music sce...more
Rachel Sermanni – Everything Changes EP
Since the release of Rachel Sermanni’s debut full length Under Mountains in 2012, the Scottish born singer songwriter has carefully but quietly carv...more
Summer Cannibals – Make You Better EP
The art of the cassette tape seems a tricky one to shake. Over the past few months there’s been a rise in acts releasing singles and EPs on the long...more
Southern – Southern EP
Southern is comprised of Belfast-born, Liverpool-based brother and sister duo Thom and Lucy Southern. Their debut EP displays distinct elements of fol...more
Slowcoaches – Thinkers EP
Long time scene-lurkers and sometime caps-lock users Slowcoaches have compiled four songs for their new EP Thinkers, a ferocious onslaught of self des...more
Marika Hackman – Sugar Blind EP
The year must have flown by for Marika Hackman. Not only did the countryside turned Big Smoke singer-songwriter release her debut mini-album That Iron...more
Sweet Baboo – Motorhome EP
Just seven months on the heels of the release of his critically acclaimed album Ships, Sweet Baboo (aka Cardiff's Stephen Black) is back with the t...more
The Flaming Lips – Peace Sword EP
It must not be easy to be a critically acclaimed band. Each release is anticipated as a new and fascinating fork in the road of artistic adventure, an...more

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