EP Reviews

  • Meanr Mynr – The Compound

    Denver, Colorado-based ‘livetronica’ artist Meanr Mynr blends live instrumental rock, electronica, and at times, an experimental prog/hip-hop vibe on his new EP, The Compound, which...

  • Pat Simmons Jr. – This Mountain

    The release of this EP is one of the more stylish moments achieved in the singer/songwriter and Americana scene heard in recent memory. Hawaiian native...

  • The Magnifiers – For The People

    New York City, rather than Chicago, has been a traditional hub for this sort of music. We may have to rethink that following the release...

  • Swirl – Ditch Day Soundtrack

    Swirl has been coming perilously close to widespread critical and commercial success for a number of years now and their recent appearance on the soundtrack...

  • Cost of Attrition – There You Go

    This is a duo that never stylistically confines themselves. Cost of Attrition is an Indianapolis based pop rock duo who also frequently venture into other...

  • Leah Capelle – Joshua

    The second studio recording from singer/songwriter Leah Capelle, a three song EP called Joshua, is an impressive second step in her burgeoning career. Capelle received...

  • Jeremy Poland & Lantz Dale – Timeless Soul

    Timeless Soul, a release from the team of Jeremy Poland and Lantz Dale, marks the first time the team responsible for Southbound Heart, Poland’s debut...

  • Saint Blasphemer – Simon Templar

    Saint Blasphemer’s first release Simon Templar isn’t for the faint of heart. This powerful hard rock/metal band’s debut five song EP is an intense ride...

  • Angie and The Deserters – You

    The third  recording from Southern California based Angie and the Deserters, You, follows up magnificently on their latest release Blood Like Wine and manifests quite...

  • Josh Birdsong – Simple Geometry

    The release of Josh Birdsong’s debut recording effort, a five song EP entitled Simple Geometry, introduces a singer/songwriter/guitarist so idiosyncratic that it’s superficially hard to...