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Royls – I Think Too Much – EP Review

RØYLS debut EP I Think Too Much drops this Friday and will be a highly anticipated release for any excitable pre-pubescent teen looking for a Pop-Rock boy-band fix. Having covered Bloodstock last weekend with b...
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Lizzy Farrell – Barbados – EP Review

Lizzy Farrall surprised fans with the release of her latest EP Barbados last week. Having teased earlier in the year with the release of the title track as a single, the complete offering is now availab...
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Hot Milk – Are You Feeling Alive? – EP Review

Hot Milk has arrived, this punchy driven Pop-Punk-Rock package has delivered a four-track EP of kick-ass tracks that highly addictive and impossible to ignore. Are You Feeling Alive? Is a statement of intent fr...
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Creature – Hex – EP Review

Creature drops their highly anticipated debut EP Hex May 3rd and it is a savage way to announce their arrival. At only 8 minutes long, and ideas of a formula with this band have gone out the window. Instead wha...
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Gloo – Stop & Stare – EP Review

Gloo have dropped their recent release Stop & Stare, an energetic and fun fill EP that resonates their passion for all things Pop-Punk-Rock. The self-titled opener is a melodic tour de-force that highlights...
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Seaway – Fresh Produce – EP Review

Seaway​ are back and treating us with a new album once more. With 3 brand new tracks, 3 alternative versions of previous tracks and 3 covers, there is a lot to be excited about. Not to mention the re re...
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Yours Truly – Afterglow – EP Review

Heading our way, from the other side of the world is another great female fronted Pop Punk band. ​Yours Truly​ have been working the Australian circuit for a few years now, but have just released a bran...

Stellar Fox – Rip It Up – EP Review

North Devon rockers Stellar Fox have released their first EP entitled Rip It Up recorded at none other than their local hangout Saunton Road Studios. Having just 5 tracks on it I really didn’t know what to expe...
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Saint Apache – Black Days – EP Review

Saint Apache drop their latest offering Black Days, a four track angst ridden EP that captures all the frustration of modern day society perfectly. Gnarly guitar riffs meshed with hard-hitting vocals and in you...
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Relics Of Humanity – Obscuration – EP Review

From Belarus, Relics Of Humanity bring their latest 6 track Brutal Death Metal EP to the world and have worked with some of the biggest names in the genre to make this as brutal as possible. Having been mastere...
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Downcast – ‘Downcast’ – EP Review

It's been awhile since I've had an injection of Pop Punk greatness and my latest listen did not disappoint. ​Downcast ​have hit the scene with their self titled debut EP. Having formed as a band just this year, the guys have worked hard in order to create their first installment for the world. Working with ​Ian Sadler​ (​Anavae,​ ​ROAM​) to produce the EP, the band has written and recorded a great first impression to release on the world.