The middle child of new releases, EPs are often overlooked in favour of albums and singles. But they can be the perfect format for artists to explore a single or mood coherently without spreading it too thin, or to simply strike whilst the iron is hot.
WARNING: All EPs, songs and their accompanying videos are completely uncensored. A number of them contain bad language that is unsuitable for children, NSFW topics and images, and/or political commentary that may offend some.
Francis of Delirium – Wading (Alternative/Indie Rock, Dalliance Recordings)
Standout tracks: Red, I Think I’m Losing
Skullcrusher – Storm in Summer (Folk, Secretly Canadian)
Standout tracks: Steps, Storm in Summer
Hus KingPin – Threesome 2: The Art of Sex (Rap, Threesome 2)
Standout tracks: Quiet Fires
Nasty Cherry – The Movie (Pop, Vroom Vroom Recordings / Asylum Records UK)
Standout tracks: What’s the Deal, Her Body
Ohzora Kimishima – Sodenomigawa (Folk/Singer-Songwriter, Apollo Sounds)
Standout tracks: Halo, Mukougami
EPs listed in alphabetical order.
LUNARSOLAR – SOLAR: Rise (K-Pop)
STAYC – STAYDOM (K-Pop, High Up Entertainment under licence to Kakao Entertainment)
Uma – The Moth and the Dove (Folk/Pop, Slow Dance Recordings)
Yaya Bey – The Things I Can’t Take With Me (Soul/R&B, Big Dada)
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