Category: Album Reviews

EP: Wax Machine – ‘Harlequin’s Patchwork’

Harlequin’s Patchwork is the debut EP from Brighton outfit Wax Machine, and it’s an ambitious collection of alternative tunes that feel as if they’ve strayed from the pages of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland. The four-track release waxes and wanes (as the…

EP: Guttfull – ‘#notallmen’

The debut EP from sax punk band GUTTFULL builds on their already riotous, unapologetically angry and hugely catchy singles to bring together a collection of modern feminist anthems with big pop sensibilities. Formed in 2016 and including members from Thee…

EP: The Coathangers – ‘Parasite’

Riot Grrrls get ready: Atlanta punk trio The Coathangers have released their latest EP Parasite via Suicide Squeeze, and it’s bursting with style, intent and attitude. The band first stormed on to the scene over a decade ago, but whether you’ve been there from the start,…

EP: Bad Mannequins – ‘Deny Til U Die Part 1’

Following the success of single ‘No Easy Way Out’, which was featured on US TV show Limitless, Glasgow duo Bad Mannequins have now written a trilogy of EPs, which they will release throughout the year. The first of these, Deny…

EP: Thin Lizard – ‘Swan Songs’

If “pop nonsense from the heart” sounds like your kind of thing (and why wouldn’t it?) we highly recommend you acquaint yourself with Londoner Thin Lizard (aka Oli). Although initially he had no intention of releasing his music to a wider audience, we’re glad he’s…

ALBUM: Nikonn – ‘Effrosyni’

Nick Bitzenis (aka Nikonn) is a London based music producer, songwriter, DJ and owner of UNDO records. To date, he has released four full-length albums, and his latest effort Effrosyni is an intriguing example of his ability to create edgy, cinematic electronic pop. The record’s name…

EP: Ailbhe Reddy – ‘Attach To Memory’

Having already built a strong following on Spotify with over 1.5 million streams, rising Irish artist Ailbhe Reddy is back with her new EP Attach To Memory. Attach To Memory is the perfect coffee shop soundtrack and has had an…

ALBUM: Tom Hobden and Eliot James – ‘Roam’

With work with Noah and the Whale, Mumford and Sons, Laura Marling, Kaiser Chiefs, Two Door Cinema Club and Bloc Party between them, Tom Hobden and Eliot James are no strangers to the pop world. Neither are they to working with…

Album: Medicine Men – ‘Into The Light’

You know that feeling when you come across a band that has a fresh sound, but also has distinct influences – you feel comfortable but off-balance at the same time…? It’s great! This is the case with Medicine Men. After releasing their debut…