EP Watch: The Mayes Brothers – Love Sketches

The Mayes Brothers open up their record with a ‘Mayes Introduction’, somehow reminiscent of 70s soul groups like The Floaters, The Manhattans and The Persuaders. The EP from its opening is drenched in analogue reverb and starts with a cool crooning and an introductory statement. ‘We will sing for you...

EP Watch: Breezy – Tragic Mulatto

The moment you read or hear the title of this record is the same moment you come to realise that the artist behind it means to leave her mark. Unyielding and yet playful, expressive with a reserve of ‘more to come’ and the duality that makes this record most powerful...

EP Watch: Kojey Radical – 97:Pure

Keep your ears peeled. Kojey Radical is staking his claim as one of the most formidable emcees in the UK. His EP release 97:Pure is more of a double single that acts as a wake-up call to those sleeping on his gruffness. Sitting at the intersection of hip-hop, grime and...