Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


band members

Damian, Sophie, Tom, Ben.


Bio

First rehearsing in mid 2016 from the denouement of their previous bands, Error Margins played their first show in December that year and started recording a six song EP with bass player and engineer Ben Robertson between their rehearsal room and various bedrooms over the course of a few months. Taking influence from giants like Sonic Youth and The Birthday Party, the band try to write just as much for the stage as the recording process.

Review

Review by ImSpencer Spencer Scott

23 May 2017

Super Reviewer
40

I've calculated that there are approximately a million good guitar tones on this song.

I've calculated that there are approximately a million good guitar tones on this song.

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Review by David James Young David James Young

15 May 2017

Super Reviewer
40

Error Margins is made up of a bunch of legends that I've known for a real long time both in and out of music. I knew the second I heard that they were gonna be making music together that they'd come through with the goods, and that's exactly what they've done here. Think Magic Dirt covering Die! Die! Die! after a particularly extensive Wire binge (the band, not the show), an...

Error Margins is made up of a bunch of legends that I've known for a real long time both in and out of music. I knew the second I heard that they were gonna be making music together that they'd come through with the goods, and that's exactly what they've done here. Think Magic Dirt covering Die! Die! Die! after a particularly extensive Wire binge (the band, not the show), and you're on your way to picking up what EM are putting down. Big fan of this - it's nice to hear all of them playing again after a brief stint out of the game.

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Review by Luke Bell Luke Bell

15 May 2017

35

Adventurous guitars and strong vocals. There is no wasted time here.

Adventurous guitars and strong vocals. There is no wasted time here.