Category: Track Reviews

NEW TRACK: THØSS – ‘IWITW’

“Polarize every part of you…” instructs THØSS on his new track, ‘IWITW’, taken from his upcoming debut EP. With a sound that’s simultaneously nostalgic and modern; it’s a feat best attempted whilst playing the track, over, and over, and over again….

NEW TRACK: The DuBarrys – ‘Catch The Rider’

‘Catch The Rider’ is the new track from Brighton based four-piece, The DuBarrys. The band have already racked up an impressive half a million plays on Soundcloud for their debut self-titled EP, and their majestic, psych-inspired efforts on ‘Catch The…

Ones To Watch: Pure Bathing Culture

‘Palest Pearl’ is the latest track from Portland-based band Pure Bathing Culture. It’s the second single from their new album Pray For Rain. The track’s title is an allusion to a poem by Hilda Doolittle (H.D) – a significant feminist and…

NEW TRACK: Malka – ‘Wrap It Up’

With a name that means ‘Queen’ in both Hebrew and Arabic, it’s no surprise that Malka‘s music commands instant attention. Her catchy melodies and infectiously upbeat tracks are effortless in their attempts to make listeners get up and get moving….

LISTEN: Ella On The Run shares new track, ‘Rodeo Clowns’

Elegantly dodging genres and hauntingly whipping up a storm with effortless control; Ella On The Run‘s new track, the spellbinding ‘Rodeo Clowns’, is a slice of pure, gloomy paradise. Premiered by Clash, ‘Rodeo Clowns’, with its ominous hooks and breathy…

LISTEN: Lilliput share ‘Waiting To Go’

Sextet, Lilliput‘s new track, ‘Waiting To Go’, is an pioneering adventure with the supreme goal of being an alternative summer anthem. The band from Sunderland have combined bold, minimalistic riffs with their rough-and-ready edge to create the swooning, ‘Waiting To…

SINGLE: Mabel ‘Know Me Better’

Soft storytelling abilities advanced far beyond her years and a voice perfectly crafted for the limelight; it’s hard to believe that this Spanish beauty, the soulful, Mabel, only clocks up nineteen years of age.  The creative debut track from the…

New Track: Asylums – ‘Joy In A Small Wage’

Returning with their powerful blend of ‘80s rock and sounds from the late Britpop era, the Essex quartet of your not-so-quintessential rockers, Asylums, are bringing us joy in a more than small wage. The band have been said to capture…