Route For The Underdog is a fortnightly half hour podcast dedicated to the best new emerging and unsigned artists. I regularly browse music sites like Bandcamp and Soundcloud looking for the latest underground releases from the newest bands from all over the world.
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This superb self-titled EP from Cincinnati rock 'n' roll 4-piece The Prohibitionists starts with the catchy little garage pop number 'Lily', trailed by the brilliant, 60s-inspired 'Buttercup'. Next is the infectious 'Got Something' which has a downright dirty riff whilst the wistful 'Memories' is almost a bubblegum pop song.
'All My Tomorrows' slows the pace somewhat before a rousing climax whilst 'Crash and Burn' & 'I Would I' are a couple of garage rock stompers
The fine fretwork on final track, the terrific 'Everybody's Got One', makes sure this impressive EP comes to a fitting conclusion.