A compelling voice in an otherwise bland wilderness, Sleaford Mods deliver another no-nonsense EP.
Leeds-based band Fizzy Blood’s third EP ‘Pink Magic’ continues to build on the strong foundations they’ve already laid down.
Combining sonic curveballs with accessible, dare we say straightforward moments, ‘Collapse’ is absolutely classic Aphex Twin material.
Katie Crutchfield revisits some of her oldest work with her latest Waxahatchee release ‘Great Thunder’.
The idea of twin, yin/yang EPs is a masterstroke from Iglooghost, with ‘Clear Tamei’ and ‘Steel Mogu’ each scanning as different but complementary works.
Combining Underworld’s pulsing soundscapes and Iggy Pop’s poignant reminiscences, ‘Teatime Dub Encounters’ is an engrossing curio forged by two of independent music’s most characterful artists.
Tying up the loose ends from 2017’s ‘Relatives In Descent’ and throwing in a couple of brilliant collaborations with Kelley Deal, Protomartyr’s ‘Consolation’ EP is another triumph.
Four-song EP ‘The Long Sleep’ is a curious but sadly uneven addition to Jenny Hval’s catalogue.
Although it’s taken a while to arrive, ‘All The Things I Never Said’ is a promising starting point for Pale Waves that leaves a lasting first impression.
Explicitly referencing their own past with a new trilogy of EPs, all titled ‘How To Solve Our Human Problems’, Belle & Sebastian are in brilliant creative form.