Author Archives: Melissa Svensen

About Melissa Svensen

Melissa, 20. Student and aspiring journalist. Hoping to make a career out of aimlessly rambling about music.

Premiere: The Wild Things – ‘F.I.A’

Following their last track ‘Tell Me Why’, The Wild Things are back with their hugely explosive new single, ‘F.I.A.’  ‘F.I.A’ was inspired by a desire to capture their high-energy live performance, a mean feat, no doubt, but one that The…

Tracks Of The Week, 26.05.17

Ahead of their recently announced debut EP 21st Century, Paris-based duo 99 Trees have shared ‘Broken.’ Comprised of multi-instrumentalist Axel Concato and vocalist Pia Blixen, 99 Trees is a coming together of unimaginable talents. ‘Broken’ introduces us to 21st Century,…

Tracks Of The Week, 19.05.17

The first single to be taken from their upcoming EP, Little Grim are introducing themselves with ‘Hoodie’. Telling tells of reckless indecisiveness, the pain of seeing your ex-girlfriend wearing your old hoodie and the familiarity of not knowing what you…

Premiere: Eat The Evidence – ‘Fruit Of The Loot’

Comparable to The Specials, NOFX and The Streets, but with a wit that surpasses anyone and everyone, Eat The Evidence are sharing their latest track ‘Fruit Of The Loot,’ from their album Sex, Drugs and & Wishy Washy Politics. Described…

Tracks Of The Week, 12.05.17

Dubbing their sound as ‘scruffy pop rock,’ The Bad Habits’ latest offering ‘Obsessed’ encapsulates this perfectly. Huge, catch choruses ready for festival main stages, paired with grungy undertones mirroring the bands DIY approach (practicing in a basement and ‘Obsessed’ materialising…

Interview: Darlia

Darlia are about to embark on one hell of a summer. Touring with Twin Atlantic, and a number of festival dates set – including Community Festival, which will take over Finsbury Park on 1 July with some of the most…

Interview: Pace

In the short year they’ve been together, Pace have achieved miracles: from working with Suede’s Bernard Butler, to selling out two London shows, they’re swiftly on their way to taking the world by storm. They took some time out ahead…

Tracks Of The Week, 06.05.17

Following last year’s EP Same Stuff, Emily Magpie has shared her forthcoming single ‘The Witching Hour.’ Inspired by, and teeming with, the power of feminine energy, ‘The Witching Hour’ celebrates such energy in a fittingly bewitching manner. Pulsating and eerie,…