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EP Review: It’s Always Sunny Above the Clouds // The

The Covasettes play energetic indie rock in the spirit of fellow Mancunians, The Courteeners, but they add their own flavour with a sound that reflects British summertime. Their recent EP, It’s Always Sunny Above the Clouds is an upbeat release full of passion, that is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. The opener, […]Read More

EP Review: Hellucination // Betty Moon

Betty Moon is a unique force. Her music incorporates a wide range of influences including electro-pop, rock, and soul. On her new EP Hellucination, she allows these sounds to manifest into a driving passionate listen. The EP opens with ‘Save My Soul.’ It is a strong combination of an infectious synth melody and a driving […]Read More

Twin Peaks: Is The Return Ushering In A New Age

In the very first episode of Twin Peaks: The Return, there comes a single moment that effectively outlines the intentions of the revival while simultaneously functioning as a wake-up call to misty-eyed fans hoping to find some form of answers to the numerous questions that the original show posed. It comes as we witness a […]Read More

EP Review: Closest Stranger // Two Ways Home

Two Ways Home produce country music with an authentic American sound – a couple of years back they released their EP Better Days, which received critical applause and acclaim all around. Two years have passed and they have now released another four-track collection, the Closest Stranger EP, making it their third release. The folky duo […]Read More

EP Review: Systemised // All At Sea

Are you a fan of pummeling hardcore and southern metal? Then All At Sea are the band for you. Emerging from the North East, this band creates a intense sound with heavy riffs influenced by Malevolence to Rage Against the Machine. As well as embarking on a mini-tour in July, the band are making an […]Read More

EP Review: Achromatic // In My Disguise

Suffolk rock band In My Disguise are heavily influenced by Muse and Audioslave, driven by an appetite for big riffs and choruses. The band played at the ‘Independent Venue Week’ festival at The John Peel Centre in Stowmarket. Earlier this year, they signed to Domino PR and this week release their debut EP Achromatic. Achromatic balances the […]Read More

EP Review: I Got You // Seramic

Seramic has just released his awaited second EP – it’s named I Got You after the song that earned him a nomination for a Berlin Music Video Award, for its unique visual including members of the Great British Olympic Synchronised Swimming team. Seramic makes infectious slick pop music with smooth R&B undertones, and the six tracks which feature […]Read More

EP Review: Dream City // Tom Lumley

Tom Lumley has carved out a reputation supporting established indie artists such as The Hunna and Coasts. This has helped boost his audience, while he’s also been honing his songwriting craft. This has resulted in the release of his new EP Dream City, which came out earlier this year. The EP starts with ‘Done My Time’, […]Read More