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REVIEW: Christine & The Queens – ‘La Vita Nuova’ EP (Because)

‘La Vita Nuova’, a surprise new six-track EP from Hélöise Letissier’s Christine & The Queens, expounds on the same themes as 2018’s album ‘Chris’.

REVIEW: Fudge. – ‘Panic On’ EP (self-released)

‘Panic On’ serves as a clearing house for Leeds quartet Fudge.’s previous excellent singles.

REVIEW: Greentea Peng – ‘Rising’ EP (Different Recordings / TENNNN)

Cool, refined and expertly marshaling an array of influences from R&B to dub, Greentea Peng’s latest EP ‘Rising’ showcases an exceptional talent.

REVIEW: Dry Cleaning – ‘Sweet Princess’ EP (It’s OK)

Spearheaded by the fantastic ‘Magic Of Meghan’, wry London post-punk quartet Dry Cleaning deliver an exceptional debut EP in ‘Sweet Princess’.

REVIEW: Burial – ‘Claustro / State Forest’ EP (Hyperdub)

It’s nothing new or revolutionary, but Burial’s latest EP ‘Claustro / State Forest’ is the latest instalment in a fine body of work.

REVIEW: Mush – ‘Induction Party’ EP (Memphis Industries)

Delivered with restless energy and no small amount of humour, Mush’s debut EP ‘Induction Party’ continues to mark them out as one of the best British indie hopefuls.

REVIEW: Zomby – ‘Vanta’ EP (Bedouin Records)

After so long at the cutting-edge of post-dubstep, it’s strange to hear Zomby happy to stand still and luxuriate on new EP ‘Vanta’.

REVIEW: Interpol – ‘A Fine Mess’ EP (Matador)

A couple of moments aside, ‘A Fine Mess’ EP is a tedious exercise in Interpol-by-numbers.

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