Mashmellow – Someday Club EP

Moscow based Mashmellow have, after teasing us with two excellent singles, released their debut EP titled Someday Club. The EP consists of five tracks including those aforementioned singles which I have previously reviewed here and here. The band err on the poppier side of alt-rock/indie and after being spoilt by Share It and Heaven Is You I have to admit that on the first few listens the title track and Voices have washed over me without making a dent. However, they save the best to last on the final track Melt. It’s sounds a bit New Order-ish with dream pop … Continue reading Mashmellow – Someday Club EP

The Tuesday Session

My inbox is still full of emails from the latest Bandcamp Friday fallout. Anyway here is a round-up post of sorts highlighting tunes that have got me through the day Russian bandMashmellow have released the second single to be taken from their forthcoming EP Someday Club which is due for release at the beginning of next month. Can you take a single from an EP? Oh well. Anyway Heaven is You still has that New Order guitar sound coupled with female vocals. A nice pop song! Brighton’s (or is it London now?) Empire of Dreams released a limited edition cassette … Continue reading The Tuesday Session

Mashmellow – Share It

Mashmellow are based in Moscow. After meeting the band members Masha Shurygina and Egor Berdnikov, who both shared love of early 90s dream-pop, decided to create music, forming the band. Share It is their debut single and it opens like a latter day New Order with synths and rolling bass lines before becoming a fully fledged alternative / indie rock track. The voice of Masha Shurygina dominates and she, unlike a few of her fellow Russian vocalists I have been listening to these past couple of weeks, sings in English which I guess would widen their appeal. That said even … Continue reading Mashmellow – Share It