Dressmaker – ‘Glass’ EP Review

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Emerging out of Hackney, London in late 2013, Dressmaker have gained attention from the likes of NME with their 7 minute long, provocative and fulfilling debut single ‘Skeleton Girl’. Since then, along with regular airplay on XFM, the band has released their four track EP on 23rd June digitally, which is also expected to be released on vinyl by mid July. The Glass EP is not for the faint hearted as it tears through each track with such conviction and ruthless fuzz. Each track takes on its own sonic formation, casting you into a world of atmospheric reverb and texture, all topped off with the eerie tones of vocalist, Charles Potashner’s story telling.

Alongside the sometimes gentle and vulnerable approach on this EP, it will drop into an entirely different dynamic filled with substantial energy and crudeness, which will make you want to cause havoc. This is most apparent…

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