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Roxy Girls – ‘A Wealth of Information’ EP review


Following shows with The Murder Capital, Mush and Flamingods, Sunderland punks Roxy Girls follow up debut mini-album ‘A Poverty of Attention’ with new EP ‘A Wealth of Information’. The EP opens with the angular post punk and relentless drums of ‘Dirtier’. These progress into a spiky attitude that recalls Maximo Park or XTC: ‘When the…

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Bloods – ‘Seattle’ EP review


Marihuzka Cornelius (aka MC) may have grown up in western Sydney but she was obsessed with Seattle’s contemporary grunge/pop culture from an early age. She ended up recording Bloods new EP with her band mates in ‘Bleach’ producer Jack Endino’s Sound House with Steve Fisk (Soundgarden and Mudhoney) on production and mixing duties. After being…

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Bedtime Khal – ‘Fog’ EP review


Michigan-based singer-songwriter Khal Malik releases new EP ‘Fog’ – the latest under his Bedtime Khal moniker – via Devil Down Tapes on 15 May. The record finds Khal offering observations on race, love, feelings and the power of nostalgia. Opening track (and recent single) ‘Black Tears’ finds Khal revealing how it feels to be a…

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NOBRO – ‘Sick Hustle’ EP review


Montreal punks NOBRO have already gained praise from Kerrang! and slayed stadiums with The Distillers and Alexisonfire and now they’re releasing new EP ‘Sick Hustle’. There’s a stomping glam rock feel to the opening ‘Don’t Die’, a belter filled with tales of both debauchery and the more mundane aspects of modern life: ‘Who are these…

Why Bonnie – ‘Voice Box’ EP review


Now signed to Fat Possum, Austin-based Why Bonnie follow up their 2018 Sports Day Records release ‘In Water’ with brand new EP ‘Voice Box’. You will (and if not, why not?) have heard the title track from the EP which finds Blair Howerton sharing her frustrations and anger at the way men treat all female-identifying…

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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…

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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…

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Ducks Unlimited – ‘Get Bleak’ EP review


Following praise from Pitchfork and The Line of Best Fit and a slew of highly regarded singles, Toronto indie rockers Ducks Unlimited have shared their debut EP ‘Get Bleak’. Released via Madrid’s Bobo Integral records, the four tracks find the band showcasing their joyful and jangly sound. The EP opens with the title track and…

Dry Cleaning Sweet Princess EP review

Dry Cleaning – ‘Sweet Princess’ EP review


London-based post-punkers Dry Cleaning are set to release their eagerly awaited debut EP ‘Sweet Princess’ on 16 August via It’s OK. The release follows support slots with Bodega and headline shows that drew the attention of many major players within the music industry. ‘Goodnight’ opens the EP with Sports Team-meets-Indoor Pets-style indie-pop hooks before Florence…