Category: EP Reviews

Juliet July shares blissfully beautiful EP – ‘Palm trees in the mist’.

Amsterdams very own, alt R&B artist Juliet July debuts her highly anticipated and introspectively gorgeous EP ‘Palm trees in the mist’. The 6-track project includes previously released treasures such as ‘Sunday Afternoon’, ‘Easy’ and ‘Blue Paradise’. To add to the already delectable mix she includes the single track ‘Gone’ which is a true testament to …

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NEW MUSIC: Josh Righton – Dance Songs For Awkward Parties

Hailing from London, Josh Righton is one of those people who truly understand the concept of social awkwardness.  His latest EP Dance Songs For Awkward Parties, released in November 2019, discusses the physical and emotional discomfort of being the odd person in the back of the dance hall.  Combining different genres ranging from folk-punk to indie-rock, …

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Bad Honey release soul-pop EP that is sure to keep you ‘Awake Tonight’.

Comprising of both Lydia Clowes and Teresa Origone, Bad Honey are South East London’s answer to the finest, nectarous soul-pop duo. Having already released two singles this year – ‘Easily’ followed by the captivating ‘Circles’ which oozed a capable confidence, the pair have finally unveiled their highly anticipated EP – ‘Awake Tonight.’ Featuring the additional, …

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