EP Reviews

The Heart and All Its Sin proves a glittering return for Hannah Lou Clark
A welcome distraction, Hannah Lou Clark’s latest EP offering The Heart and All Its Sin presents the singer-songwriter at her grunge-poppy best. Sinc...more
PINS bypass the indie landfill on Bad Thing EP
Being in an indie band in the late 2010s is a thankless task. The musical landscape has shifted so drastically that any band of misfits armed with gui...more
Fancy getting your heart squeezed out of your nose? Middle Kids are here.
Middle Kids have done it. What exactly is ‘it’, you may ask? This is it. Their self-titled debut EP defies expectation with 6 tracks that range ep...more
Sløtface offer slyly subversive pop punk with Empire Records EP
Norwegian pop punk band Sløtface come with some genuine commitment under their belt. The band's single "Sponge State" came alongside a video of the ...more
Ezra Furman dwells on the Big Fugitive Life
Ezra Furman is fond of waifs and strays. After the success of his 2015 crossover album Perpetual Motion People, he return with a 6 track EP, comprisi...more
Lowell goes atmospheric for her Part 1: Paris YK EP
Lowell has grown up. Or at least, that's what her new EP, Part 1: Paris YK, suggests. The Toronto based electro pop star has transformed into a at...more
VANT address the hype with Karma Seeker EP
Rising rockers VANT have generated a lot of interest with their crashing garage tracks. After co-headlining the DIY Presents Tour and occupying slots ...more
MUNA impress with pop freakout The Loudspeaker EP
"But I think I'm gonna kiss you," she says, finally, a dramatic pause teased out across eons. It's the emotional money shot on "Winterbreak", the high...more
Hannah Lou Clark bravely diverts with It’s Your Love EP
Hannah Lou Clark’s It’s Your Love EP adopts a new, more jovial outlook, following on and contrasting from her 2014 ritualistically leaning debut, ...more
Milo’s Planes spread their wings for Locks EP
Bristol three piece Milo's Planes must be one of the hardest working bands in the city right now. Their new EP, Locks, comes only half a year or so ...more