A good EP shows off a bands range, it gives you an idea of the scope of what they can do and Dusk Brothers have put together something truly remarkable in that respect. Every track plays off the last, building into something greater than the sum of its parts. In listening, you can almost see the shamanic twosome stomping away on stage and summoning this surreal and seriously sexy sound.
Jacky picks at guitar strings like she sold her soul to the devil, she then delicately laces vocals over the top filled with so much passion and heart you don’t get too suspicious. You could spend hours staring at the intricate work that is going on at the tips of her fingers, she plays percussion, rhythm and melody all simultaneously.
New to the scene and arriving just in time to kick start your summer of feel good tunes are the Isle of White trio Dreemers. With the release of their debut single True Love, Marc on vocals, Nathan on drums and Jordan on bass are hoping 2015 will be their truest year yet. Dreemers style …