EP Review: It Looks Sad. – Kaiju

Hailing from Charlotte NC, It Looks Sad. are an intriguing new take on indie-post-punk. With a strong summertime feel; this North Carolina four piece are following close in the footsteps of surfer blood and to a lesser extent; Foals, whilst adding an edgy almost melancholy angst to the mix. Kaiju was released digitally on Tiny Engines on 26th June. […]

Album Review: Walleater – I/II

Signing a band from a foreign country is not an easy decision, but for Tiny Engines, it’s easy for anyone to see why they chose Leeds, UK’s Walleater to join the likes of Restorations and The Hotelier as well as emo favourites Tigers Jaw on the Tiny Engines roster. Tiny Engines will release the band’s […]

EP Review: Places To Hide – Wild N Soft

Places To Hide are an indie punk band that formed around 2010 from Atlanta, USA that consists of Kyle Swick (vocals, guitar), Deborah Hudson (vocals, guitar), Steve Valero (Bass) and Gavin Caffrey (Drums). They are releasing their new E.P Wild N Soft through record label Tiny Engines, who they recently signed to this summer. Showing […]