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Face The King – The Sound – EP review

It was almost a year ago that I first introduced Face The King and they have just released a new four track EP – The Sound – ahead of their forthcoming LP. Opening with You, Me & The Sound there is an immediate sense of urgency that rolls out of the speakers as Face The King […]

Sonic Hearts Foundation – Into Forever – EP review

It was May 2012 that I first introduced Sonic Hearts Foundation and they have just released their first EP – the four track Into Forever. What I liked about Sonic Hearts Foundation then, I still like about them now – the industrial malaise that swathes their material in clouds of sparks and pollution. Opening with […]

LBK + 80 – Handle or Die – EP review

LBK + 80 is the electro-indie duo of Lil Brown Kid and Adrienne Weaver - better known as 80 from Los Angeles in the USA and they have a new five track release coming out imminently called Handle Or Die. The sixteen and a half minute long EP, Handle Or Die, opens with  The Red Queen which has something of […]

Meltybrains? – Now That We Have Your Attention – EP review

The Irish band Meltybrains? released their three track seventeen minute long EP Now That We Have Your Attention on the 20th May 2013. The EP is being made available as a limited release download through the purchase of a t-shirt which contains a unique download code. Opening with Intros Are So Original which finds the […]

SALT III – Eponymous – EP preview

8th April 2013 sees SALT III from Budapest in Hungary digitally release their debut eponymous EP. SALT III is a collective of musicians based in Budapest – Toof (Russian),  Imre Poniklo (Hungarian), Zoli Kovary and Michael Zwecker (American) who aptly came up with the name SALT III as a play on the SALT I and II agreements. All […]

Tears For Annie – Purple Heart – EP review

Tears For Annie an alternative electro outfit from London in England has a new EP set for release on the 25th March 2013 – Purple Heart. Opening with So John the scene is set for the mood of Purple Heart – dark textures weave through the room with flecks of gold thread which glimmer brighter for the […]

Boxed Wine – EP review – Cheap, Fun

It was back in August 2012 that I introduced the US indie band Boxed Wine and they have now released their EP – Cheap, Fun which came out on the 22nd January 2013. Opening with Bones - an indie rock number with an upped tempo as the instantly recognizable enhanced percussion and bass rattles the speakers, whilst the lyrics […]

Junior – Dia Uno / Cariño, Rapido! Un Ticket Hacia Vos – EP review

Just under a year ago I took a look at Junior from Argentina. With nothing in between suddenly arrived in my inbox news of Dia Uno / Cariño, Rapido! Un Ticket Hacia Vos a three track EP. To be fair – I had low expectations as the last set of music I received was an absolute delight. But my muffled […]

Marc Evans – Chasing Daylight – EP review

Back in April 2011 I introduced Marc Evans and over the intervening years his style has changed for a fuller sound and here I review the three track EP – Chasing Daylight. A couple of years on and immediately we find a more luxuriant space as Beautiful Blueberries floats out of the speakers, whilst there is a recognizable style, the […]

The Newds – Ready – EP review

The Newds from Bolton in England released a new EP – Ready –  on the 13th January 2013. Back in the last century (1999) to be more precise Paul Meagher (Vocal / Guitar) and Dean Woods (Guitar) set up an art school project, after various iterations the current line-up of this alternative indie band includes both Paul […]

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