Alternative-country artist Anna Mitchell releases a fully formed, deeply crafted debut solo E.P. with Fall Like That. From the slow slithering … Continue Reading Anna Mitchell – Fall Like That
An undeniably vibrant and vividly realised E.P., the Casanova Wave’s latest record Sundown Yellow Moon is a tonally two-sided release that bursts … Continue Reading The Casanova Wave – Sundown Yellow Moon
Dublin garage-rock act Sissy provide an exhilarating, yet flawed, debut with their new self-titled E.P. Sissy get off to a … Continue Reading Sissy – Sissy E.P.
Indietronica trio Cove return with their sophomore E.P. Vespers, showcasing the group’s stylistic evolution since last year’s self-titled debut. Playing with … Continue Reading Cove – Vespers
Dublin based indie-rock act Gangs make a suitably explosive debut with their brilliant Back to School E.P. For quite some time … Continue Reading Gangs – Back to School
The second instalment in the Hard Ground’s Triptych series is a harmonious progression from the previous release that defines itself with abrupt … Continue Reading The Hard Ground – Triptych: Two
Grounds For Invasion’s self-titled E.P. contains strong flourishes of electro tinged brilliance that are ultimately let down by an overall … Continue Reading Grounds For Invasion – Grounds For Invasion E.P.
The Widow Knows is richly harmonic take on the alternative-folk genre steeped in reverb and a melodically weaving undercurrent. With the … Continue Reading Wyvern Lingo – The Widow Knows
Just Another Day by Tony Fitz is a deeply creative take on the E.P. format that melds atmospheric alternative-folk with an … Continue Reading Tony Fitz – Just Another Day
Dublin four-piece Death in the Sickroom provide an irrepressibly infectious introduction with their début E.P. Brick to the Face. From … Continue Reading Death In The Sickroom – Brick To The Face
Hard rock outfit Look to the Lady’s E.P. Mechanical Lights flickers with promise but is ultimately held back by several deep-seated … Continue Reading Look to the Lady – Mechanical Lights
Other Places is the début E.P. from singer-songwriter Owen Vahey. The record works as a solid first impression to the artist’s … Continue Reading Owen Vahey – Other Places
Limerick post-punk trio Slow Riot’s self-titled début E.P. is a heavily atmospheric introduction to the group. A slow-burning mood characterises … Continue Reading Slow Riot – Slow Riot E.P.
Dublin alternative-rock act Glassgears make a promising, yet flawed, début with their E.P The Right Side. The large-scale, highly stylised … Continue Reading Glassgears – The Right Side
Singer-songwriter Stephen James provides a solid, expressionistic record with his new self-titled E.P. Coming into focus through the twinkling opening … Continue Reading Stephen James – Stephen James E.P
The self-titled début E.P from Wicklow five-piece the Daily Howl works as an infectious, harmony driven introduction to the group. … Continue Reading The Daily Howl -The Daily Howl E.P