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Posts Tagged ‘ep’

Kimberly Anne introduces new EP Liar

Kimberly Anne shares her life and soul in songs such as Almost On My Feet, streamed here. Hers is a talent to watch...

Written by Amelia Gregory

Kimberly Anne by Melissa Pierce
Kimberly Anne by Melissa Pierce.

South London born and bred, singer songwriter Kimberly Anne bears her heart on her sleeve, sharing life and love in soulful songs such as Almost On My Feet, which was originally written when Kimberly set herself a challenge to write and record a song in under four hours. Here she introduces the Liar EP, made with a selection of acclaimed producers: Mark Crew (Bastille), Rich Wilkinson (Lianne Le Havas, Bombay Bicycle Club), and Charlie Hugall (Florence & The Machine, Ed Sheeran, Lucy Rose).


Who is a Liar, and why did you write about them?
I am the Liar, especially to myself but purely in a idealistic romantic way. In relationships I tend to photoshop out the blemishes and crop a well composed image on how it like things to be instead of… read more

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Johanna Glaza: Letter to New York – Review and Interview

Johanna Glaza combines the vocal prowess of Kate Bush with a love of unusual songwriting structures inspired by Philip Glass - the resulting EP is stunning.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Johanna Glaza by Daisy Steele. Letter to New York is a stunning showcase for multi-instrumentalist Johanna Glaza, channeling the vocal gymnastics of Kate Bush and the idiosyncratic song structures of […]

Singer Songwriter Dustin Tebbutt introduces his debut EP: The Breach

The Breach is a haunting collection of four melodies, wrought during a stay in Sweden and now catching the attention of radio stations across the world.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Dustin Tebbutt by Claudine O’Sullivan. From organic beginnings during a stay in Sweden, The Breach by Australian singer songwriter Dustin Tebbutt has gained a momentum all its own, gaining fans […]

An interview with Pati Yang plus free download of Wires and Sparks

I've had Pati Yang's impossibly catchy tune Wires and Sparks going round and round in my head, so I decided to find out more about this talented Polish musician. And what a story she has to tell.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Pati Yang by Daria Hlazatova. You’ve had an extremely interesting life – starting with six years on tour as a youngster with your dad’s punk band – how did that […]

An interview with illustrator Alice Loveday Dupre about making the video for Farmer and His Gun by Charlie Simpson

Illustrator Alice Loveday Dupre was commissioned to direct and create the video which accompanies Charlie Simpson's new single. She explains the process of animation in this fascinating interview.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Charlie Simpson – he of the chiselled jaw and big eyebrows – put his futuristic ‘triple breasted women‘ Busted days behind him long ago. He left in 2005 to be […]

Single and Video Review: Zebra and Snake – Sweetest Treasure

A fab video to accompany the new tune from Helsinki's newest synth electronica wonders, Matti and Tapio. Directed by Sing J. Lee.

Written by Amelia Gregory

I am seriously loving the video for Zebra and Snake‘s new single Sweetest Treasure – made by Sing J. Lee, a young award winning director from the North West – […]

An interview with Cave Painting and review of debut EP You’ll be Running Soon

The debut EP from Brighton's Cave Painting came out yesterday, so it's time to find out what makes this brilliant new Brighton band tick.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Cave Painting by Barb Royal. Brighton’s Cave Painting released debut EP You’ll be Running Soon with Hideout Recordings yesterday. It’s a magical slice of ambient indie pop, the dramatic backdrop […]

Album Review – Chad Valley: Equatorial Ultravox

The beautiful new Chillwave of Equatorial Ultravox by Chad Valley is out now on Loose Lips records. Chad Valley is Oxford based Hugo Manuel and he'll be playing at this year's Truck Festival.

Written by Amelia Gregory

From the teasing synths of opener Now That I’m Real (How Does It Feel?) to the closing wails of Shapeless it is clear that this new super long length EP […]

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Music: Interview with Alex Winston

Detroit born 21 year old Alex Winston makes lighthearted, catchy pop - the best kind. Full of sisterhood, attitude, feeling and fun. Her EP came out this month. Here's an interview with the lady herself.

Written by Helen Martin

Illustration by Gemma Smith Alex Winston‘s music is the sort that you drive around listening to in the summer. Aha! And look outside, it looks as if spring has popped […]

Lulu and the Lampshades: Cold Water EP review

Lulu and the Lampshades have made a gorgeous little EP that makes us crave summer, festivals and iced lollies. With illustrations by Sarah Matthews, Matilde Sazio, Mhairi-stella McEwan and Romain Lambert-Louis.

Written by Jessica Furseth

Illustration by Romain Lambert-Louis It’s good thing it’s starting to feel like spring outside, as listening to Lulu and the Lampshades in the dead of winter strikes me as being […]

Album Review: Peggy Sue – Fossils and Other Phantoms

Meet Katy, Rosa and Olly. They do clattering soul infused folk like no other. Read on for my digest of this must-buy album.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Illustration of Peggy Sue by Antonia Parker. Peggy Sue have been around in various incarnations – previously accompanied by the Pirates – for sometime. So already engrained in the indie […]

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Sebatien Grainger and the Mountains – Who Do We Care For?

Released 9th February, Saddle Creek

Written by Charles Drakeford

Death From Above 1979 created one of the finest albums of the last ten years. Remember that time you dance so hard to Romantic Rights you accidentally hit a really […]

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First Aid Kit

Drunken Trees EP, Released 23rd February

Written by Melanie Harrison

Feel your modern cynicism just fall away as First Aid Kit‘s new EP begins. Drunken Trees summons folk songs of yesteryear and golden-tinged days-gone-by, the ultimate antidote to credit crunchiness […]

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Hold Your Horses!

First EP

Written by Prudence Ivey

So it may have looked like I was deserting my post last week, swanning off to Paris to slide down hills on the ice and hibernate in nice restaurants. However, […]

Emmy the Great: My Bad

Emmy the Great: My Bad

Release Date: 20 August 2007

Written by Rhyannon Rodriguez

Sweet London-based singer/songwriter Emma-Lee Moss, a.k.a. Emmy the Great, finally releases debut EP My Bad. Seems like Ms. Great has been spending more time making her presence known on the […]

Taxi Taxi!

Taxi Taxi!

Written by Lena Dystant

Swedish teen twins Miriam and Johanna Eriksson Berhans seem to posses a talent and knowingness beyond their years. At the basis of their act are their amazing voices. Layered and […]

Good Shoes: Think Before You Speak

Good Shoes: Think Before You Speak

29 March 2007

Written by Emyr Price

…It appears the future is bright for Good Shoes

Viking Moses: Swollen and Small

Viking Moses: Swollen and Small

9 March 2007

Written by Will Hitchens

One thing is certain on listening to Swollen and Small; Viking Moses is utterly in love with Neutral Milk Hotel. He knows the songs inside out, upside down, and has […]

The Little Ones: Sing Song

The Little Ones: Sing Song

7 March 2007

Written by Emyr Price

…A band that wear their classic pop influences on their sleeves

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Owen Duff

Troubadour, London, 18 April 2007

Written by Caroline Humphrey

Pin-balling my way through The Troubadour, further pissing off the already pissed off waitress whose path I continually obstructed, I started to lose sight of what the hell I had […]