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EP: POLO – ‘Alice’

POLO have announced their debut EP Alice and it’s a great way of making a first impression from the Leeds group. The four-track EP from the trio shows a wealth of experience that you wouldn’t usually expect from a group’s first release….

EP: Cannibal Animal – ‘Human Manuals’

Cannibal Animal is the latest punk band to arise from the North. Resembling the sounds of heavy rock and punk bands such as Eagulls and Drenge, their new EP is filled with passionate, raw emotion with dashes of ghostly silences to contrast…

EP: Crash Club – ‘C.C.101’

Having already received ‘Best Electronic Artist’ at the 2015 Scottish Alternative Music Awards, four piece Crash Club are now moving on with their advancing career, with their debut four track EP. C.C.101 blends together a mixture of rock and electro, creating a…

EP: Animal House – ‘Sorry’

Channelling vibes of The Drums and Spring King, Australian indie-rockers Animal House turn up the heat on their new 5-track EP Sorry. And to have received praise from the likes of Annie Mac and Steve Lamacq, it seems like Animal…

EP: The Duke Spirit – ‘Serenade’

Following their latest album Kin, released earlier this year, The Duke Spirit have now shared new EP Serenade as an epic follow up. Singer Liela Moss says of Serenade:  “It’s a collection of songs that share the sense of running out of time to…

EP: LOWLA – ‘WALLS’

Following in the alternative-pop stream of Sky Ferreria and Grimes, ’90s enthused duo Lowla are the next to spout through. With their debut EP Walls, the London-based Lara and Lo inject both animation and social significance into catchy indie-pop. Opener…

EP: Echo Raptors – ‘Turn Into One’

It’s funny, isn’t it, how we keep getting told that there aren’t any guitar bands making catchy music anymore? Echo Raptors are proof that’s complete bollocks with new EP Turn Into One. On title-track ‘Turn Into One’ and the closing tune…

EP: The Rook – ‘The Rook’

The Rook are an unsigned four-piece from Bradford, forming back in 2012. Since their birth the band have played venues such as The Cockpit, Brudenell Social Club, The Wardrobe, The Key Club and also Sheffield’s Academy. After periods of relentless…

EP: ESTRONS ‘Whoever She Was’

Rating: If you’re trying to commodify the leftover shame from the weekend’s drunken antics, you need to listen to ESTRONS’ new EP, Whoever She Was. The Welsh rockers are back with four spanking new tracks which will knock the remnants…

EP: The Repeat Offenders – ‘Just Be Yourself’

With artists like The Stone Roses, The Strokes and Noel Gallagher all making 2015 their year for musical comebacks, it might seem just that bit harder for those smaller bands to make their name. However, the Britpop fuzz of Buckinghamshire…