Fick As Fieves: Drift End review

The debut EP from trio Fick As Fieves is a collection of energetic, punchy indie rock tracks. After releasing several tracks over the past two years including Insomnia and English Weather, the trio from Aldeburgh have finally released an EP which follows in the same vein as their previous singles. The opening track COL has […]

History & Lore: Lights review

Cambridge’s History & Lore are back with their wonderful new EP Lights. Lights is a “culmination of four years of hard work and progression” and it’s clear that the band’s sound has massively evolved over this period of time. 2017 saw History & Lore release the awesome tracks When I’m Angry… and Turn, however these tracks seem a […]

Tundra: Life’s A Beach review

An EP that has been teased for quite a long time has lived up to the hype, Tundra’s second EP Life’s A Beach is a defining moment for Sudbury’s loveable punk trio. Having already had a mind-blowing start to 2018 with a surprise support slot with Yorkshire rockers Marmozets at Cambridge Junction in February, the band […]

Bessie Turner: 22:22 review

Bessie Turner proves why she is one of the most exciting new artists in the UK with her stunning debut EP 22:22, released on Don’t Try Records. Hailing from Ipswich, Turner had an extraordinary 2017 after uploading debut single Big Sleep to BBC Introducing, her extraordinary talents have been broadcast on national radio, playing live sets for […]

Sun Scream: Take It Easy review

The debut EP from psychedelic alt-rockers Sun Scream is a mind-blowing twelve minutes of dreamy instrumentals and powerful vocals. It’s been a long time coming for new music from the band, having released two tracks in early 2017 which gained support from BBC Introducing and nationwide radio play on BBC Radio 1 and 6 Music. […]

Deep City: 15:16 record review

Deep City’s unique brand of indie pop makes this EP one of our instant favourites of 2017. A cooling presence on a marginally rock-dominated music scene  in East Anglia, Deep City’s fine talents in crafting mesmerisingly class indie pop tracks has gained many plaudits over the past few years. The band this year won the […]

Huckleberry Harrison: What The Huck? review

Huckleberry Harrison’s debut What The Huck? is without a doubt one of the best projects to have come out of the Bury St Edmunds music scene in years. Opening with the mellow Sheets Are White sets the precedent to what on the whole is a very solid debut from an upcoming star. There are some very great tracks on What […]

Suburban Minds: I’ll Exist Again When I Wake Up EP review

I’ll Exist Again When I Wake Up is the debut EP from Bury St Edmunds-based indie rockers Suburban Minds. Having formed the group in 2015 after meeting at college, the band went on to win the town’s BurySound competition the following year and released several songs after their triumph, most notably the track I Wanna Feel, a […]