2019 EPs

METHODS – ANYTHING (Review)

Released at the beginning of this month, METHODS are a quintet that hail from the Midlands. Creating an atmosphere that blends a melancholic sound with synthesisers, the rockers burst onto the scene back in 2015. Returning with new music, the brand new EP ‘ANYTHING’ showcases everything that the band represent.  Igniting the EP off in… Continue reading METHODS – ANYTHING (Review)

2019 EPs

Fonzy & Company – Last Birth (Review)

Established in February of this year, Fonzy & Company may be a newly found collective, but their sound has been grabbing the attention of the public. Varying through indie, pop rock and americana, their engaging songwriting is fresh and giving modern music some fine competition. “Last Birth” is the band’s debut 6 track EP, released… Continue reading Fonzy & Company – Last Birth (Review)

2019 EPs

Rebekah Hawker – Careful Women (Review)

Country-Folk singer songwriter Rebekah Hawker resides in Barrie, Ontario, and draws influences from artists such as Kathleen Edwards, Joni Mitchell and Patsy Cline to name a few. Hot off the press, her debut EP is now ours to share. Entitled “Careful Women”, featuring powerful lyrics and a musical presence like no other, the debut is… Continue reading Rebekah Hawker – Careful Women (Review)

2019 EPs

Dol Ikara – Obsidian Ritual (Review)

LA ethereal songwriter Dol Ikara has dropped her debut EP ‘Obsidian Ritual’, which is now available to stream everywhere worldwide. Claire Roddy aka Dol Ikara is inspired by feminism, gothic + antique imageries, dark fantasies and nature. Bringing her own spin on this subjects, her diverse music streams with originality. She studied music at the… Continue reading Dol Ikara – Obsidian Ritual (Review)

2019 EPs

Toria Wooff – Badlands (Review)

Released July 25th, Toria Wooff returns with the exceptional “Badlands”. Based in Lancashire, the Americana artist fuses a dark approach to songwriting within the new release. Released on Sloe Flower Records, the tales on Badlands showcase subjects such as love and malevolence. Blending a delicate atmosphere of intricate guitar melodies and haunting vocals, the EP… Continue reading Toria Wooff – Badlands (Review)

2019 EPs, 2019 Singles

Rob Drabkin – It’s a Beautiful Day (Review)

Writing this feature on a beautiful summer’s day in August, this is definitely the song of the day. Entitled “It’s a Beautiful Day”, indie folk artist Rob Drabkin released back in 2018. Taken off the Beautiful Day EP, the track features stadium vocals, a pulsating rhythm and intelligent guitar melodies. As an uplifting anthem, it’s… Continue reading Rob Drabkin – It’s a Beautiful Day (Review)

2019 EPs

SUNGLO – Are You Happy? (Review)

Previous MoggBlog stars SUNGLO summit the air with their fierce take on grunge fuzz. Here with their debut EP “Are You Happy?”, the EP was released a week ago today. Already circulating recognition, the Manchester based fuzz rockers uplift the aura with an psychedelic grunge fusion.  "Rainpour" takes to the stage as the EP’s opener.… Continue reading SUNGLO – Are You Happy? (Review)

2019 EPs

TV Coma – Body Negativity (Review)

Combining a force of Weezer mixed with Blur, the musical adventure that is TV Coma are here with their debut release “Body Negativity”. Involving six tracks of a wonderful journey of emotions, the 'in your face’ indie punk nature of the band will make you fall head over heels for them. The quartet are currently… Continue reading TV Coma – Body Negativity (Review)

2019 EPs

Johari Noelle – Things You Can’t Say Out Loud (Review)

Born in Chicago, singer songwriter Johari Noelle breathes honesty throughout her music discography. Brought up in the music industry with a musical dad, the songbird has a biting vocal range that will leave you breathless. In 2015, Noelle joined the series Chasing Destiny in which she was mentored by Kelly Rowland. Fast forward a few… Continue reading Johari Noelle – Things You Can’t Say Out Loud (Review)

2019 EPs

Neverlanded – F.U.U (Review)

Even though Neverlanded’s debut EP dropped on April Fools day, this is no joking matter. Featuring four compelling tracks, they’re bringing Grunge back into the limelight after a long time in the shadows. Bringing a whole new definition to energy and an ‘electrifying’ atmosphere, the band are influenced by the grunge movement of the 90’s.… Continue reading Neverlanded – F.U.U (Review)