Tag: EP

EP: IV Rox ‘Imperfections’

Rating: Over the years in the UK, we’ve been known around the world for our boy/girl bands. From The Beatles to the Spice Girls and now One Direction, we’ve never been short of a collective of young men or women…

EP: JP Cooper ‘When The Darkness Comes’

Rating: “I wanna be there in the morning, so I’m working through the night” are the words that JP Cooper welcomes us with on the first track from his latest EP, When The Darkness Comes and after listening to the…

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…

INTERVIEW: Kyra

Having first witnessed her music first getting picked up by commercial radio at the age of sixteen, West London based vocalist Kyra is back with a new EP, a new video and a determination to take over the world of…

Unsigned Act Of The Week: The 286

Band names including coded, vital numbers – such as The 1975 and Blink 182 – are becoming ever increasingly popular and it’s startlingly simple to get lost within the crowd of numerical terms.  However, the London based The 286 have created a…

INTERVIEW: WiseLabs

Having recently released genre spanning EP Audioxyde, which takes you on a journey from Electro House, Breakbeat and Dubstep to Drum & Bass and Glitch Hop in a 25 minute long mix, Matt Tarr spoke to French electro artist Wiselabs…

EP Review: Loose Joints – ‘Quattro Amigos’

Quattro Amigos is the new EP from 4-piece Loose Joints. This blues-rock band from Essex go all out on this release with some killer songs, making it their best EP record yet (you can hear their previous releases on their…