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Turn Off Your Television – Wasted Time – EP review

Turn Off Your Television has released a new four track EP – Wasted Time which came out on the 5th November 2012. Since writing about Turn Off Your Television just over a year ago, they haven’t let the grass grow under their feet. In October 2012 they released their 10 track LP Humble Waves, just […]

Atlas B Salvesen – Smoke Signals – EP review

Atlas B Salvesen, originally from the USA and now based in Sydney, Australia has his debut EP – Smoke Signals set for release on the 21st November 2012. The six track EP is a melancholic ride through relationships set in the framework of a documentary. Opening with When The Camera Starts to See a 30 second atmospheric […]

Hitchcock Blonde – Five Pounds – EP review

Hitchcock Blonde is an alternative indie rock band from London, England, formed in 2009 when Ella Grace (Vocals), Drew Wynen (Guitar), Joss Nightingale (Bass) and Ben Davies (Drums) got together to launch their thoughts on the world. This month –  October 2012 – they deliver the debut six track EP – Five Pounds. The opener – Baby Knows Best is a […]

The Vliets – God’s Drug – EP review

The Vliets has just released a new four track EP – God’s Drug (yesterday infact – the 28th September 2012). It has been just over a year since I last reviewed The Vliets and that time has been well spent by the band. With band members relocating across the USA this release has taken a while […]

Audiogold – Perceptions of Colour – EP review

Back in August 2011 the Indie Bands Blog reviewed Embers and Theories by Audiogold they have just released their latest four track EP – Perceptions of Colour.   Perceptions of Colour see Audiogold in a more introspective space with a slightly different feel and far darker resonance. The material remains of superb quality retaining the […]

Spruke – EP review – Factor Friction

Spruke has a new release, his fifth coming out on the 18th September 2012 – the six track EP Factor Fiction. Three of the tracks feature those with whom Bill Boulden works alongside on various projects. Fact or Fiction – ft. Chapin – opens with a computerised voice laying out the background to the track […]

Letters – EP review – Older Motion Pictures

The Scottish indie outfit Letters were featured in February, coinciding with their March release of the single The Halfway House. However their four track debut EP Older Motion Pictures was released in May, meaning another review is over-due! The opener Explosions showcases catchy riff after catchy riff, leaving all the focus of the guitar with never entering […]

Stuart Newman – Bored of Idiot Chatter EP review

Stuart Newman has recently released his latest six track EP – Bored of Idiot Chatter, which came out in May 2012. It has been just over two years since I first reviewed Stuart Newman and his material has developed nicely. Opening with (We’re Living in) Another Dimension a reflective of the current state of world, remonstrating against […]

Bottle Cap Rockets – First Seven – EP review

It has been just over a year since the indie bands blog first took a look the Bottle Cap Rockets and the band has a new EP First Seven set for release later in June 2012 which was Produced and Engineered by Pete Surdoval known for his work with major recording artists Cat Stevens and Jimmy Cliff. […]

The Dark Lights EP review The Boy Who Saw Through Walls

The Dark Lights have a new 4 track EP set for release today The Boy Who Saw Through Walls. Opening with The Eye a delightful introduction to the dark synthetic rock that is The Dark Lights. Three minutes in which to divest your inhibitions and slide in to the smoky atmosphere. Scintillating beats spread like tentacles sucking the accepting […]

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