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Hands Off Gretel // The Angry EP // EP Review

Fronting the band, Lauren Tate is not one that shies away from hard work, following her writing both of the band's albums as well as releasing and touring a solo album in 2019 on her own record label. Throw on ...
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Introvert // Mending Breaking // EP Review

Newcastle Punks Introvert is back with an angsty, riff-laden and punchy EP Mending Breaking which drops via UNFD.  As you would expect it is a fast-paced affair, balls out with no prisoners taken you’re immedi...
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Mark Morton // Ether // EP Review

Swiftly following up the incredible debut solo album Anesthetic, Mark Morton now bring us an additional 5 tracks by way of an EP that is made up by a combination of three original tracks and two covers with all...
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Pompadour // Cut To The Chase // EP Review

Bristol-based UK Alt/Indie Rock band Pompadour have dropped their debut EP Cut To The Chase and it makes quite a statement. Born out of the ashes of a previous project, frontwoman and bass slapper Tamsin Sayers...
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Calmgrove // ‘Light on Your End’ // EP Review

Calmgrove ​are here with a blend of their emo / Pop Punk greatness. With their debut, 5 track EP, ​Light On Your End​, the band picks up right where they last left us in 2018 when they traded us with a ...
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Can’t Swim // Foreign Language // EP Review

Can’t Swim have been a steadily rising force within the realm of Metalcore and Post-Hardcore over the last couple of years: With their first two albums Fail You Again and This Too Won't Pass building the band a...
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Necrotted // Die For Something Worthwhile // EP review

Formed in 2008 in Abtsgmünd, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Necrotted released their initial EP in 2010 which was followed by 3 full length albums, the most recent of which was the 2017 release Worldwide Warfare. ...
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Amarionette – Evolution – EP Review

Amarionette are here with a brand new EP Evolution. Since their last album, the band has welcomed new frontman and vocalist Spencer "Issy" Berry who follows the departure of Quinn White back in 2018. Wi...
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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...