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

Green Dolphin – Bedtime Stories (EP Review)

Introducing the band with a new, fresh sound, Green Dolphin have taken a route down lo-fi indie town that is about to explode from it’s genuine ability. The four piece Essex band released their debut EP 'Bedtime Stories' yesterday and this is no April Fools, it’s a pure, honest record. Describing their new sound as mellow and… Continue reading Green Dolphin – Bedtime Stories (EP Review)

2019 EPs

Rachaayluu – Honey (EP Review)

Debut EP from singer songwriter Rachaayluu dropped March 21st has been the talk of the town ever since it’s release. January saw the release of the single “Angel” and I was lucky enough to review it for MoggBlog. For fans of Charli XCX and female power, Rachaayluu’s EP will spiral you into a haze of… Continue reading Rachaayluu – Honey (EP Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Warriors of the Dystotheque – I Know You’ll Never Die (Review)

Released on the 12th October, Warriors of the Dystotheque make their anticipated return after released their debut album "Madness In The Method” in January. Want to hear something completely bizarre? Some of the band haven’t actually met before or been in the same studio at the same time. They’re known as being an online project and it’s crazy… Continue reading Warriors of the Dystotheque – I Know You’ll Never Die (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Audrey – EP (Review)

Playing in and around Hull, as Audrey, the original rock and roll band are destined to be stars. The band started off as a jam between the songwriter and drummer, then before they knew it, a 4 piece band were in the pipelines. They promise to hold an energetic and engaging live set up and… Continue reading Audrey – EP (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

The Dollymops – Gap Year Tourists (Review)

You may never have heard of The Dollymops, but for any newbies, they’re a 4 piece, indie-punk band from Oxford. Drawing influences from the classic indie prodigies that are The Libertines, The Strokes, The Clash and that small band from Manchester called Oasis, The Dollymops second EP has that refreshing indie sound that every indie… Continue reading The Dollymops – Gap Year Tourists (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Vertical Noise – It’s Not What You Think (Review)

Vertical Noise are known as a power trio. A simple layout of vocals, guitar, bass and drums. Sometimes, music is best kept simple and this band certainly showcase the simplicity in their line up. Saying that, they take influences from bands such as Muse, Blood Red Shoes and I can really hear the rawness of… Continue reading Vertical Noise – It’s Not What You Think (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Quill – Grey Goose Call (EP Review)

Quill are not only known for their unique musical style... they create a musical journey through the ages with their live set up. After listening to Grey Goose Call, it's now a fact that they create the same energetic live essence throughout the studio recording. They sit comfortably within the celtic folk/rock genre and it's safe to say,… Continue reading Quill – Grey Goose Call (EP Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Ronald Maas – Aries (EP Review)

Ron's been an important sideman for sometime now more than a frontman, but things have definitely changed with this new adventure. His first EP under his name, the four track EP, "Aries" is exciting and blends in all of Ron's skills that he's learnt so far. This doesn't mean that he'll stop being a sideman, he will… Continue reading Ronald Maas – Aries (EP Review)