EP REVIEW: Cassia – ‘Powerlines’

Cassia indulge in indie-pop melodies and carefully crafted guitar licks in their brand new EP 'Powerlines'  Manchester-based trio Cassia have returned with their first full-length release since their 2019 debut album ‘Replica’. It was after the success of their 2019 debut, the band quickly connected with audiences and embarked on a headline tour in both, [...]

EP Review: ELIO – ‘Can You Hear Me Now?

Charlotte Grace Victoria, known professionally as ELIO, is not only releasing stunning bedroom pop, she is also Charli XCX approved - the seal of approval any underground artist would want. Thursday evening saw the release of the highly anticipated sophomore EP, titled 'Can You Hear Me Now?' from Welsh-born but Canada-raised ELIO. After a premiere [...]

Felid – ‘Knowing You, Part One’

Jay Rodger, also known as Felid is the South African-born, Bristol-based singer-songwriter who is reimagining alt-pop. The artist is already becoming recognised for his remarkable sonics in his career's infancy, having performed at Glastonbury and racking up 10+ million streams, Felid has now dropped his debut EP, 'Knowing You, Part One', and he's is ready [...]

EP Review: Mollie Coddled – ‘The Halo Effect’

Blending together overcast themes of infatuation, manipulation and depression in with the sun-tinged temperates of spring, ’The Halo Effect’ blooms as a collective; a narrative built by a 19-year-old on fire, reclaiming one futile relationship from her past. Debut single ‘Honey’ placed Mollie on a pedestal of accolades extending from Spotify Editorial and H&M in-store playlisting to [...]

EP Review: Hana Bryanne – ‘Holy Ground’

Hana Bryanne, Californian singer-songwriter and self-proclaimed “indie bitch of your nightmares”, makes her musical debut with her new EP ‘Holy Ground’.  On ‘Holy Ground’, Hana Bryanne attempts a feat seemingly insurmountable: distilling the chaos and magic of the teenage experience into a compact three-track project. The eighteen-year-old Californian undoubtedly seems to be up to the [...]

EP: Sundara Karma – ‘Kill Me’

Testing boundaries, Sundara Karma release their pop-infused and most experimental work to date with the release of their 'Kill Me' EP. Reading four-piece Sundara Karma waste no time kickstarting their 'Kill Me' EP with the impressive title track; an intriguing start to the tracklist that comes in ridiculously strong and sets a sparkling standard for [...]