Dougie Whitelock talks us through Overmono’s latest EP, a casual step in the right direction from the techno duo.
Can Hessle Audio put a foot wrong? Alexandra Stewart talks us through the label’s latest release, Laksa’s thrilling new Fire Kit EP.
Katie Brown reviews Wallows’ follow-up EP to their acclaimed indie debut album.
Leeds-based four piece band Green Gardens have established themselves firmly in the local gig scene over the last few years, breaking the stereotype of “boys with guitars” with their meaningful music and sharp talent. However, […]
The Stylus Method’s debut EP is here and they are Ready to Roll. The Leeds-based four piece may have only formed over the last year or so, but their sound is solid and refreshing. Titular […]
King Princess (Mikaela Mullaney Straus) brought a new definition to Indie music in 2018 with the release of her debut EP ‘Make My Bed’ which combined atmospheric synth, soulful vocals and blues rock style guitar. […]
Milk Teeth’s debut album ‘Vile Child’ was an undeniable highlight of 2016’s musical outputs. It was uncompromising and energetic, intelligent and almost alarmingly honest. What their new EP ‘Be Nice’ suggests is that, back then, […]
Miracles of Modern Science is the Brooklyn-based quintet which since 2005 has been making indie-pop with a twist: they use baroque-style instrumentation; the results sounding something like Tokyo Police Club backed with strings and mandolin. […]
Punk-folk singer-songwriter Seán McGowan’s debut EP is an unrefined mix of politically charged lyrics, powerful vocals and aggressively strummed guitar. Opening with catchy, Jamie-T-with-a-bit-more-backbone number ‘Never Let Us In’ and moving on through […]