Tag: ep review

EP: Miss – ‘Do You Feel Electric?’

Delivering entirely self-produced creations, unlikely pairing Marty Felton and Benjamin Wade met at university before labelling themselves Lights Out Lester. They have since changed their name to Miss, and released their debut EP. Opening Do You Feel Electric? is a…

EP: Yael Naim ‘Coward’

Some artists have the ability to morph into any era, and I think Yael Naim is one of them. The French/Israeli singer songwriter is set to launch her album, Older, later in the year. In the meantime, she’s provided a taster…

EP: Ben Khan ‘1000’

Rating: Ben Khan is back, following his critically acclaimed 1992 EP, with an evolved sound that creates a distinct style for the young musician. Drawing similarities to Jai Paul’s R&B swagger style, Khan’s title track ‘1000’ offers one of the…

EP: GHXST ‘Nowhere’

Rating: Coming straight from your nightmares, we present GHXST. Alright, the trio are actually Brooklyn-based, but the doom-impending, no-wave sound of their upcoming EP is sure to bring you some pleasant dreams of satanic rituals and demonic creatures walking about….

EP Review: Freddy Cass – ‘In Session at the Joint’

I’m often very skeptical about new singer-songwriters; surely there can only be so many capable of bringing something fresh? Clearly, there’s still stuff to be done, as St. Albans-based Freddy Cass proves. As well as a BBC Introducing session, Cass…

EP REVIEW: Pixel Fix ‘Running Thin’

Rating: Pixel Fix’s EP Running Thin is something to get excited about, for sure. The opening track, ‘Lungs’, is a breath of fresh air; it has fast paced, repetitive vocals – “little bit of time” – that perfectly combine with…

Welcome Pariah ‘Catch The Moment’ – EP Review

A modern day alternative rock band, mixed with a subtle 60’s psychedelic influence, and sprinkled with a contemporary twist…  Not many people can name many who can incorporate all three genres, and still sound ace.  However, this bazaar blending is…