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EP: Campfire Social – ‘Wellbeing’

Similar to our Great British summer, Campfire Social have arrived with an alt-pop offering that can turn dramatically from blue skies, to storm-on-the-horizon at a moments notice. On Wellbeing we hear the North Walian five-piece trade in their former folk-leaning tendencies…

EP: HVMM – ‘Talk To Me Like I’m Dead’

Worcester band HVMM‘s visceral rock shines through on Talk To Me Like I’m Dead, their new EP, set for release next month. Opening track ‘Lacerate’ suits its namesake perfectly; as Andy Teece’s vocals howl over a turgid guitar-based instrumental, the…

EP: Generation – ‘Who Loves This Generation?’

The current punk renaissance has brought to the fore The Touts from Derry, Proletariat from Manchester and now Liverpool is trying its luck with Generation. Liverpool is not somewhere particularly famed for its punk heritage, but nevertheless Generation are blazing…

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: 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: 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…

EP: Strange Cages – ‘The Cracks’

Looking for anger? Looking for fuzz? Looking for something a bit different? Then look no further than Brighton band, Strange Cages. Their new EP, The Cracks is an ode to the underground garage rock scene. The title track opens the…

EP: Proletariat – ‘Always The Same’

Proletariat are one of the many great bands that are flying the flag for a post-punk revival in the underground indie band scene and they’re doing a fine job. Tearing up stages at festivals and hitting many of This Feeling’s…