A little while ago we featured Boogie Board’s ‘Tune Out’ and was dazzled by it’s wonderful array of surf n turf goodness. This time around Boogie Board has returned with a new EP called Dream Telepathy and well, time to get the budgie smugglers out.
Sometimes music can be all about raw, animalistic naughtiness. There’s something about a song or record that’s so steeped in lustful ambience that it gets a hold and never lets go – whether it be through a silky bassline, a sketchy guitar riff or lyrics that outright detail a sordid affair, music can be sexy. So imagine my surprise when a band named Sexghost submits their new EP Sexghost//Sexhoax, ooh boy…
Atlum Schema is the moniker of singer-songwriter Andy Mort and this is his latest EP The Arrow of Time. Often influenced by Andy’s current life decisions, the music of Atlum Schema brings a lot of personality and emotion to it, and The Arrow of Time is no exception. Andy recently landed a job as a part time undertaker back in 2015, and it’s clear that such a profession has contributed to the overall sound of this new EP to great effect.
One thing to always do: always start at home. Back of the Mind is the new EP from local lads Courts. I became a huge fan of these guys after stumbling upon their track ‘Feel My Love’ many moons ago. There was something about the band’s blend of hip hop and indie elements that really drew me to them, and I’m glad to say that Back of the Mind features all of that drawing ability too.
Toby Charles is a musician from Worcestershire and this is his latest EP All My Words. Do you ever wonder if you’re close to using up all the words you’re allowed to say in this world? Like, is there a limit onto how many words you could say? As a quiet dude, I have little to worry about in that respect. But Toby Charles has got himself a lot to say on this wonderfully delightful little EP.
Change is Gonna Come is the debut EP from Sheffield’s The Harringtons. Having formed in 2014 at just the tender age of sixteen, this trio are set to join the ranks of the north’s greatest with a collection of tracks determined to make you enjoy the finer things in life. ‘Everybody Knows’ kicks off the EP with a sound that bounces around the eardrums with upbeat guitar riffs and sing-a-long harmonies that anyone could join in to. See what I mean? It’s hard not to kick off the EP with a smile on your face.