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EP Review: “try to be ok” Yoste

March 27, 2019 // 0 Comments

The Brisbane native, Yoste (pronounced like “lost”) has released his debut EP, try to be ok through Akira Records. The new EP contains his new single “Howl”. Yoste describes “Howl” as “a song about looking inwards, finding comfort in simplicity, realising [Read More...]

Album ( EP ) Review:” So Cynical ” By RCKLSS

February 1, 2019 // 0 Comments

Having just released their debut EP So Cynical today, Brighton’s RCKLSS, who includes Matty Halliwell, Lewis Horsely, Laurence Burkitt, and Josh Woolnough have given Pop Punk fans something to be happy about. The six-track EP is a roller coaster of fast heart pumping pop punk and goosebump [Read More...]

EP Review: SLAVES “Revision”

January 17, 2019 // 0 Comments

SLAVES, a rock band from Sacramento, drops their new EP, Revision, January 18th. This new EP features 4 acoustic depictions of their most well-known singles and includes two (2) new tracks.   This group of gentlemen are comprised of: Jonny Craig (Vocals) Colin Viera (Bass) Weston Richmond [Read More...]

EP Review: Heavens Die “Unnoticed and Unmissed”

December 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

The Heavy Hardcore-Metal Band, Heavens Die, from Shenandoah Valley, VA, have released their new EP Unnoticed and Unmissed earlier this year in November. This quintet is made up of: Daniel Lee Prock Jr. (Vocals) Nathan Billmyer Rinard (Guitar) Alic Carson Sloat (Guitar) Samuel Kyran DeBurgh (Bass) [Read More...]

EP Review: Native Sun ” Always Different, Always The Same “

November 6, 2018 // 0 Comments

The impending Brooklyn quartet based group, Native Sun, will release their new EP Always Different, Always The Same, on Friday ( 9 November ) This four-piece group is comprised of: Danny Gomez (lead vocals, guitarist) Jake Plfum (guitarist, backing vocals) Mo Martinez (bassist, backing vocals) [Read More...]


September 10, 2018 // 0 Comments

London 4-piece SISTERAY has been on a ballistic-trajectory since following their debut 15 Minutes EP last year. Lighting up numerous festival stages and selling out venues, making a name and countless fans along the way. Sisteray Said begins with frenetic drumming riotous, guitar riffs, and a [Read More...]

EP Review: The Sulks ” Silence Is Only The Start “

March 21, 2018 // 0 Comments

I knew from the moment I heard the lush and rich harmonies on Told Ya that I would be a fan of The Sulks, the four-piece band hailing from Swindon. Their harmonies are one of the best parts of the music, voices that play off of each other so effortlessly, and they continue to do so on their debut [Read More...]

EP Review: Tempesst “Adult Wonderland,” Stream Debut EP

November 2, 2017 // 0 Comments

Tempesst, which is led by brothers Toma (vox/guitar) and Andy Banjanin (drums), and joined by Eric Weber (guitars) and Kane Reynolds (keys) have had a big 12 months. Which, I’m sure it’ll only get bigger with the confident stride forward thanks to their Adult Wonderland EP. We’ve [Read More...]

EP Review: Damn Jackals “That’s It”

May 27, 2017 // 0 Comments

Damn Jackals EP, That’s It, immediately beings with an infectious reverberating that continues throughout the track Stop N’ Cop. This lo-fi track is incredibly catchy with heavy beats and makes for a perfect song to dance to, if you’re like me, with enough liquid courage. The next [Read More...]

Field Studies: Rainmaking, a review of sorts

May 27, 2016 // 0 Comments

Field Studies have released their Sophomore EP , Rainmaking, today. To be honest I don’t know much about the band. I don’t know the names of the members, I do think the singer’s name might be Kasper. I should really be more informative, but….I am not!! I was handed their EP [Read More...]
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