Tag: Chapel

EUPHORIA OF BREAKDOWN’S TOP TEN ALBUMS OF THE YEAR

2017, has been an interesting year for music, with bigger bands completely changing their style, bands producing less than average expected albums and rising bands putting out a variety of new music. With a magnitude of bands cropping up every month, sometimes it is hard to be discovered. This year, our top ten albums aren’t all from massive bands, but instead may be smaller bands debut’s that have truly been outstanding. So make sure to read our list of Euphoria Of Breakdown’s top ten albums of 2017. Continue reading “EUPHORIA OF BREAKDOWN’S TOP TEN ALBUMS OF THE YEAR”

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CHAPEL – SUNDAY BRUNCH – REVIEW

The next rising band of the scene right now, Chapel, have just released their debut EP ‘Sunday Brunch’. After three successful singles and a run of shows across America and the UK in the last year, this album is make or break for Chapel.

Chapel are often compared to hit duo Twenty One Pilots, with similar vocals and electronics similar to ‘Regional At Best’. However, Chapel emphasise in this EP that they are more than just a comparison. Opening track ‘Cindy White’ brings along a cheerful dance track that brings a catchy beat and rhythm to its eccentric, colourful sound.

Even the tracks that cleverly fall into the middle of the extremes fit the flow of the EP. Single ‘We’ve Got Soul’ brings the middle ground of the EP keeping a clear balance of slower elements and faster, eccentric beats similar to hooks and drops featured in ‘Miss Monogamy’. Yet, tracks on the slower, more emotive side bring a strong rhythm with string bursting vocals in ‘Fools Gold’ to the more reclusive quieter sound of ‘See You Again’. Chapel cleverly bring a variety of different sounds to this EP, almost like a Sunday brunch has different elements, so does this EP.

Through their year of touring, ‘Sunday Brunch’ has been a highly anticipated EP and lives up to all expectations received. Chapel aren’t afraid to mix eclectic electronic styles with more conventional pop/rock styles which makes them stand out. With its stylish synth-pop hooks and incredible production efforts, ‘Sunday Brunch’ was worth the wait, and is definitely worth a listen.

Rating: 8.5/10

UPCOMING: CHAPEL


Chapel, the indie/synth rock duo managed by Tyler Carter (Issues), are currently rising up the ladder right now with their catchy hits and eccentric performances. The two piece consists of vocalist and guitarist Carter Hardin and drummer Kortney Grinwis who are quickly gaining popularity in Continue reading “UPCOMING: CHAPEL”

GIG REVIEW – WATERPARKS – BIRMINGHAM 29/09/17


On September 29th, pop-rock band Waterparks are embarking on their eighth sold out date of their first UK headliner. Even for a shorter and smaller show in the O2 Academy 2 in Birmingham, the venue was still packed from front to back with the bands ever increasing fan base. Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – WATERPARKS – BIRMINGHAM 29/09/17”