Century Egg: Little Piece of Hair – EP review

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Century Egg: Little Piece of Hair EP
 (Forward Music Group) Limited vinyl | Digitally Out now Century Egg release their latest EP Little Piece of Hair today after recently signing to Forward Music Group Hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (as opposed to West Yorkshire) the four-piece blast their way 6 new tracks, following on from […]

Last Tourist: Cave In The Hills – single review

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Last Tourist: Cave In The Hills (Self Released) DL and Streaming Now Leeds based electronic shoegaze four-piece Last Tourist have just digitally self-released their third single Cave In The Hills. Following on from last year’s Are We Just Algorithms? and Public Service; this single sees the band return with a track built on haunting synth […]

HYMNS: Reset – EP review

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HYMNS: Reset EP (Self Released) DL and Streaming Out Now London based alternative rockers HYMNS have just self-released their Reset EP for download and streaming. The band, consisting of Oliver, lead vocals/guitar; Giorgio, bass guitar/keys; Amy, drums/backing vocals; and Filippo, guitar, pull from a wealth of genres and pop culture references, with tracks covering the sinister […]

Lazy Queen: Get Home Or Die Trying – EP review

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Lazy Queen: Get Home Or Die Trying Vinyl | DL | Streaming (Self-release) Out now After drip-feeding us with tracks over the last 6 months, Lazy Queen release their new EP, Get Home Or Die Trying. Norway’s Lazy Queen first landed on our radar last October with the wonderful Last Call. It’s a song that […]

Primitive Ignorant: Infant Joy On Midnight Streets – EP review

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Primitive Ignorant: Infant Joy On Midnight Streets EP DL Released 30th April 2021 BUY HERE   Primitive Ignorant, aka Symren Gharial, returns with Infant Joy On Midnight Streets. Andy Brown gives the EP a listen for Louder Than War and finds an artist with something to say. Last year’s debut Primitive Ignorant LP set the […]

Bilk: Bad News – single review

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Bilk: Bad News (Scruff Of The Neck Records) DL and Streaming Out Now Chelmsford punk 3 piece Bilk release their energetic track Bad News this week ahead of an EP, Allow It, in the Summer. What immediately drew me to the track was its Television Personalities/Mike Skinner-esque delivery, suggesting it as a not so distant […]

Hazard Profile: Slime – EP review

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Hazard Profile: Slime EP (Kibou + 3) Nathan Brown reviews the latest release from Kibou Records. If snotty punk is what you are after, Slime is for you. Slime were a classic 80s German punk band. This record has nothing whatsoever to do with them. The EP is called Slime and Hazrd Profile fittingly enough […]

Graywave: Planetary Shift – EP review

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Graywave: Planetary Shift  (False Peak Records)   Graywave, the sobriquet of chanteuse Jess Webberley, unleashes her magnum opus. Sam Lambeth reviews. Graywave has taken great steps to move out of the dark. In the past, her music has been mysterious and murky, recorded in a proud lo-fi fashion. On Planetary Shift, she maintains her mercurial […]

The Pastel Waves: The Influencers – EP review

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The Pastel Waves: The Influencers (Spinout Nuggets) 7″ Out 30th April 2021 Made up of various Medway bands, The Pastel Waves have come together to write an EP that spans the decades of their record collection, drawing on influences from the new wave of the 70s, through 80s indie and into Britpop. The band kick […]

Honey Motel: Keep It To Yourself – single review

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Honey Motel: Keep It To Yourself Out Now Liverpool’s new guard of gallant rock and roll return with a song whose title you should definitely ignore. Sam Lambeth reviews. Over the past 12 months or so, there must have been a number of times where you’ve missed live music. When your feet aren’t sticking to […]