Reviews

This Feeling Track of the Day : Birthday Card ‘Shy Away’

Sweeping, swooning, melancholic indie pop-rock grooves, Birthday Card’s infectiously smooth and intricately crafted sound delves deep into the world of indie, pop, 80s and everything good in between and after. For fans of: Daft Punk, The 1975, New Order, MGMT, Blossoms…

ALBUM: SLEEPER ‘The Modern Age’

Making a comeback is a tricky thing to pull off. Things have changed since you’ve been away. The industry has for one thing, your face and voice for another. Then there are your energy levels. Your memory is also affected….

This Feeling Track of the Day: Voodoos ‘Natalie’

At the forefront of the Glasgow new band scene, Voodoos bring sing-a-long choruses, live fast melodies and rowdy, riotous shows to the table. The band have recently supported Slaves, The Murder Capital and Baby Strange with headline dates to be announced…

REVIEW: Tom Walker – ‘What a Time to Be Alive’

It is certainly a good time to be alive for singer-songwriter Tom Walker. With last summer seeing his tracks become the soundtrack to ITV2’s stalwart Love Island, and fresh off winning Best British Breakthrough at this year’s BRIT Awards, his…

This Feeling Track of the Day: Cabbage ‘Torture’

Cabbage return with magnificent aplomb…more pop, more direct, without losing any of the things that make them special. No compromises here, unless you’re talking about the brass section “It’s our attempt at The Beach Boys if we ran out of…