Yakima Go Virtually EP review

Yakima – ‘Go Virtually’ EP review


Following shows with Swimming Tapes and Pottery and praise from outlets including DIY, Clash and Dork, Glaswegian indie-rockers Yakima are all set to release their debut EP. Recorded in a drafty old gatehouse next to a castle and produced by Benji Compston and Jon EE Allan of Happyness (who also plays on some of the…

Innerlove Fine By Me EP review 2020 Know Hope Records

Innerlove – ‘Fine By Me’ EP review


A brand new band (only formed in late 2019!), Innerlove will release their debut EP ‘Fine By Me’ on 27 March via Know Hope Records. The ethos of the band is to ‘write songs with the intention of communicating feelings of hopefulness and self-perseverance’ without shying away from the harder times we all go through.…

Molly Willis – ‘Bad Art’ EP review


Following praise from BBC Introducing and the singles ‘Upswing’, ‘Beautiful Boy’ and ‘Crying When Angry’, Norfolk-based singer-songwriter Molly Willis will release her debut EP ‘Bad Art’ on 20 March, 2020. Inspired by a diverse array of artists ranging from Mazzy Star to The Flaming Lips, the EP finds Molly confronting her struggles with mental health…

cheerbleederz - lobotany Alcopop Records

cheerbleederz – ‘lobotany’ EP review


Featuring members of Happy Accidents, Fresh and Finish Flag, cheerbleederz have released their second EP via Alcopop! Records and it’s a real treat. It finds the three-piece focusing on new bonds and reflecting on themes of self-esteem, vulnerability and improving your well-being. The four-track EP opens with the smooth bass line and twinkly emo-tinged guitar…

Human Head Sorry, I Wasn't Listening EP Bandcamp stream

Human Head – ‘Sorry, I Wasn’t Listening’


Signed to our friends at Beth Shalom Records, Human Head released the ‘Sorry, I Wasn’t Listening’ EP back in December and it’s been on our list to write about ever since. A combination of poet Joshua Jones’ spoken-word social commentary and Thom Weeks’ (Gnarwolves, Shit Present) industrial, DIY instrumentation, the five tracks cover themes including…