Track Reviews

TRACK: Kurt Vile – ‘Loading Zones’

Having evaporated from music relevancy in recent months, Kurt Vile flickers back into action with breezy new single ‘Loading Zones’. Directed by Drew Saracco, ‘Loading Zones’ showcases the singer-songwriter embarking on a solitary parking feud against his hometown of Philadelphia….

LISTEN UP: Runrummer ‘Good For Nothing’

Featuring an effortlessly laid-back melody and lyrics tinged with swagger found on Lily Allen records, Runrummer’s ‘Good For Nothing’ is a bold move. The song’s emotional lyrics stem from Runrummer’s – AKA Livi Morris – personal struggle with anxiety and…

TRACK: Swearin’ – ‘Untitled (LA)’

If you are a fan of Moldy Peaches or Velvet Underground, this new one from Swearin’ is for you. Returning with their first album in five years, this early release smacks full of the carefree, DIY coolness that have defined…

TRACK: FIDLAR – ‘Are You High? (ft. The 90s)’

FIDLAR return with another 100mph tune that sounds like it has come straight from an unforgotten B-side to the American Pie soundtrack. Though not as marauding as ‘Alcohol’, the track released earlier this year, they instead toy with a punk-pop…

Listen Up: Ten Tonnes ‘G.I.V.E.’

Hertford’s golden boy, Ten Tonnes, returns with one of his more mellow offerings to date, ‘G.I.V.E.’. While Ten Tonnes is currently known for his stomping live energy (thanks to indie-rock set staples ‘Silver Heat’ and ‘Cracks Between’) his latest single,…

TRACK: The Black Delta Movement ‘Let The Rain Come’

The Black Delta Movement’s latest single ‘Let The Rain Come’ is loaded with a foreboding menace that signifies the energy surrounding their forthcoming debut album ‘Preservation’.  The Hull-based band have already distinguished themselves on the live music scene- embellishing their…

TRACK: TAYNE share new single ‘Haunted’

Past and present collide on TAYNE‘s hypnotic new single ‘Haunted’. The London/Irish industrial synth-pop outfit have shared the track & accompanying eerie visuals ahead of their debut album, Breathe, which is due to be released via Strange Brew this October. Speaking about…