Review | On All Fours – Goat Girl

Nearly three years have passed since Goat Girl announced their unmistakably defiant presence with their self-titled debut album, and On All Fours is irrefutable evidence that their quest for change is far from over. Keeping hold of producer Dan Carey, On All Fours says goodbye to the two-minute jaunty-punk hits from their first offering and embraces a braver, more…

Review | Not So Bad EP – The Worst Guys

In a condensed market, it has become almost an inevitability for artists to delve into new, sometimes alien, sounds to evolve and maintain a sense of separation from their contemporaries. However, in only five tracks, The Worst Guys' debut EP Not So Bad displays a versatility and maturity that is usually observable over years of…

Review | In Blue With You EP – Byfyn

In the modern era of mass musical production, artists are fighting more and more to establish their difference from the crowd, a sense of individualism amongst the constant bubbling of new cultures and evolving genres. Emerging from the plethora of synth-driven pop are the transcendent tones of Byfyn (Ellie Isherwood) and her new EP In…