EP Reviews

  • 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...

  • Alex Di Leo – So We Go

    Fort Lauderdale’s Alex Di Leo is a veteran performer, singer, and songwriter who has logged time with popular South Florida band Wyld Fly before their...

  • Tony Molina – Confront The Truth

    What do you think of when you see the letters EP? As a writer who has had the pleasure of reviewing quite a few EPs,...

  • Bastion – Crystal EP

    The Paris, France-based electronic pop twosome (or possibly a music producer solo act) who comprise Bastion may keep a low profile (Who are they and...

  • The Retakes – Trash

    The second EP from Minneapolis four piece punk rockers The Retakes pays due deference to self-proclaimed influences like The Pixies, but they cast their musical...

  • The Ann Wilson Thing – #2 Focus

    The second release from The Ann Wilson Thing, #2 Focus, does a superb job of highlighting Ann Wilson’s strengths as a songwriter and interpreter of...

  • Cody Webb – Self Titled EP

    Cody Webb has, in the 200 live appearances he’s logged in some of country music’s most respected modern venues, amassed a bedrock mastery of the...

  • Angie and the Deserters – Blood Like Wine

    Angie Bruyere’s decision to concentrate on music over modeling, judging from the quality of her band’s latest release Blood Like Wine, is proving to be...

  • The Invisible World – Color / Echo

    Midwestern four piece alternative rockers The Invisible World formed in 2012 and their second EP release, Color / Echo, shows their distinctive talents in full...