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Post War Years – The Bell EP

Since January, Post War Years have made a herculean effort of pushing their new material to wider audiences. If you are familiar with their past work or if the last ten months have taught us anything, it is obvious that we’ve seen nothing yet. With

Maga Bo – Ransom

Following Senseless Records’ 5th birthday, their release of Maga Bo’s Ransom EP is a welcome respite from the other generic sounds that are floating through our radio waves – featuring the collaboration of five different artists. Ransom mixes a heavy bass track with disjointed and

Lucky Soul – Upon Hilly Fields

‘Upon Hilly Fields’ is the confident new EP from Lucky Soul. It has a quintessential Bluesy Summer Pop sound that even the most wintery of people cannot help but swing their head to. There is an incessant happiness that underlies the EP, which is also