Category: EP Reviews

Charmaine is back with the highly anticipated DELUXE version of her incredible debut EP, Hood Avante-Garde.

Canada’s very own ‘Queen of the North’, Charmaine is back with the highly anticipated and highly addictive DELUXE version of her incredible debut EP, Hood Avante-Garde. Having gone down a treat amongst fans and critiques the first time, Charmaine ups the ante, treating fans to three brand new singles! Now seven tracks long, Hood Avante-Garde DELUXE …

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The High End Pack is the newest project by Toronto-based rapper, Patrik Kabongo

Released today, The High End Pack is the latest 8-track project from Toronto-based rapper, Patrik Kabongo who has earned a name for himself for his original yet relatable rap tunes and his ear for a wicked beat and versatile flow. Eager to flex for his ever-growing fanbase, Kabongo exhibits all his skills on this record, …

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‘I Can Feel It, Too’ the radiant new body of work from the captivating Ena Fay

Having witnessed her fanbase and following grow exponentially over the past few months, rising singer-songwriter & classical vocalist Ena Fay returns to offer out her newest EP, the culmination of all her hard work and dedication so far. Five singles and one interlude long ‘I Can Feel It, Too’ is arguably Fay’s best body of …

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Just John’s This Is Fate EP is more than just a collection of songs, it’s an immersive, visual experience. 

Three tracks long, Just John’s This is Fate EP is a carefully crafted collection of raw, outspoken and thought-provoking songs that reveal the innermost thoughts and feelings of Just John, through his own, beautifully twisted lens. Cleverly written and produced, the visual EP plays out as a ghoulish narrative tinged with equal amounts of light …

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Make it funky for me: CHARLES returns with ‘Easy’ from his debut EP

Rising UK talent CHARLES returns with his funk-fuelled debut EP, ‘On Trend, Hungry & Broke’. With four previous singles under his belt, the North Londoner now offers a collection of two new songs, two interludes and one already released single, ‘Sundance Kid’. The EP’s second track is its lead single, ‘Easy’. A breakaway from the …

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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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