EP Review: The Japanese House – Chewing Cotton Wool

Visionary pop aficionado Amber Bain, better knows as The Japanese House, returns with Chewing Cotton Wool, a four track EP, her first release since her debut album Good at Falling from last year. This format i...

EP Review: CHAII – Lightswitch

Few artists come into the music industry and carve a niche as exciting as CHAII.  The self labelled 'gender-bending' artist is of Persian and New Zealand heritage and learned English rapping along to Eminem. He...

EP Review: Safiyyah – Third Eye

“I can see that you’re needing a beautiful feeling, late in the evening” Safiyyah Da Silva (know mononymously as Safiyyah) sings on the first track, ‘Be Someone’, from her debut EP Third Eye. It is a mesmerisin...

EP Review: Little Simz – Drop 6

After the success of the Mercury-prize nominated GREY Area last year, the UK rap scene and beyond were waiting with bated breath for what Little Simz might produce next. And now we have our answer. Drop 6 oozes...

EP Review: David Bowie – No Plan

Never has there been an artist who appraised the spectre of their own death and decided to turn it into one of the most impactful and grandiose artistic statements of their time. With Bowie’s final album Blacks...

EP Review: Middle Distance – Dahlia

Did anybody know Frank Ocean was going to drop his album on the same day that Middle Distance will release the Dahlia EP? It’s a threatening situation for anybody, but luckily the four-track release by the Buck...

EP Review: Kojey Radical – 23 Winters

It's not his first EP or cohesive body of work, but 23 Winters is undoubtedly a statement of intent from 23 year-old wordsmith Kojey Radical. Much like Kate Tempest, he's a poet that employs beats to reach a wi...