I've decided that after every review I write, I'm also going to write a 7" review. I feel there's so many that I've been missing out on. Take this one for instance, the 2013 split between Norwegian emo band Wits End and Birmingham's own Human Hands. It featured two tracks and was a collaborative release between Eat A Book Records, strictly no capital letters, Adagio 830, Time As A Colour and Lila Himmel (RIP).
1. Wits End - Seeing Through
2. Human Hands - Matchsticks
Seeing Through by Wits End is spacious and melodic. It feels like they’re playing on a cliff overlooking a huge lake or on top of a mountain, such is the grandeur of their indie-infused screamo. The guitars lay a light melodic scent for the vocals to follow, while the drums are played with thought and care, so as not to overpower the rest of the music.
Here’s two bands that I haven’t explored enough yet, but will definitely been doing.
Stream it here -
="http://eatabookrecords.bandcamp.com/album/wits-end-human-hands-split-7">wits end/human hands split 7" by wits end/human hands
The split is sold out from the labels that helped to release it, but I've posted links to their stores anyway -
East A Book Records - http://eatabookrecords.blogspot.co.uk
strictly no capital letters - http://sncl.collective-zine.co.uk
ADAGIO 830 - http://www.bisaufsmesser.com/store/label-releases
Time As A Colour Records - http://timeasacolor.com/shop/
Wits End Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wits-End
Human Hands Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Human-Hands
Eat A Book Records Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/eat-a-book-records
strictly no capital letters Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/strictlynocapitalletters
ADAGIO 830 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ADAGIO830
Time As A Colour Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/timeasacolor