EP REVIEW: Loose Fit lure us in to temptation with debut self-titled EP

Born out of a mutual love for experimental music, Sydney based group Loose Fit bring an unexpected groove to the classic fury of punk. The result is something altogether catchy and rapturous in sound, even through powerful themes of emotional responses to change, darkness and frustration. The band’s debut had previously been self-released on a Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: Talk Show’s commentary on making more of modern life’s throwaway culture on new EP ‘These People’

The surge of the South London drawl continues to grow with the gravelly post-punk energy of four piece Talk Show, a band well noted for their powerful live performances. This is carried over to their singles, as recordings continue to bring this energy alive without being a simple copy from stage to studio. Debut single Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: It’s time to pass on the crown dream pop has a new queen in Heather Sheret and Hanya

“[Seas Shoes] is the sound of everything the band have been building up to their whole lives.” Oh what joy it is to have some more Hanya in our lives with the recently dropped Seas Shoes EP. The aforementioned EP is the sound of everything the band have been building up to this their whole Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: Dry Cleaning Prove They Are No ‘Sweet Princess’ With Their Debut EP Poetically Discussing Spitting Cum on a Travelodge Carpet.

“[Dry Cleaning are an] honest and poetic post-punk quartet using observations of society to build intrigue and wit for their audience.” You haven’t missed the memo; Dry Cleaning really are as fresh as your sordid linen you collected from your local establishment rid of the scars of the weekends antics. Dry Cleaning formed in 2017 Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: Dead Nature ‘Taking My Shadow’; The Spring King Is Dead Making Way A For New Monarch, Dead Nature.

“[Taking My Shadow dares] you to listen to it without smiling. A dare that you will ultimately lose over and over.”  Tarek Musa’s new solo venture post-Spring King is exciting and as energetic as his previous band. The four-track strong EP is riveting; each song is intrinsically unique and enjoyable in its own way, almost Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: OGIKUBO STATION ‘Okinawan Love Songs’; A Cohesive & Memorable Effort From This Transatlantic Duo.

“In the space of three songs [OGIKUBO STATION takes us] on a journey of pop, indie and pop punk and it’s as fun as it sounds!” OGIKUBO STATION set out with the simple goal of having fun making music which they appear to have achieved with Mike Park of the duo stating that “we’ve gotten Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: Annie Taylor ‘Not Yours! EP’ A Strong Melodic Grunger From Swedish Girl Punks Whom Aren’t Named Annie!

‘[Annie Taylor are] hitting all the right notes in creating their objective ‘girl grunge meets psychedelic rock with a touch of cheesy darkpop’.’ Annie Taylor are a four-piece band that does not include any band members called Annie or with the surname Taylor, we’re confused but we damn well don’t care because they’re hitting all Continue Reading

TRACK PREMIER & EP REVIEW: Munky – Un, Deux, Trois, Cat E.P: Brimming with knowing swagger and intelligence

The emerging Dublin scene continues to show no sign of let-up; the latest protagonists being dance-punk outfit Munky who have followed up on early trailers You’ve Got Male and One in Five with an extended-play release, the cheekily titled Un, Deux, Trois, Cat. Resplendent in psych-feline artwork, the outing consolidates Munky’s early promise and post-millennial Continue Reading