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Tracks Of The Week, 03.12.14

The beautifully beguiling sounds of Johanna Glaza are here to accompany the chilly lead up to this year’s festivities. ‘Paper Widow’ is as delicate as the title would suggest, filled with Glaza’s impassioned, spellbinding vocals and stirring choral harmonies. With…

ALBUM REVIEW: Thurston Moore ‘The Best Day’

Rating: Where would music be without Sonic Youth? Founder Thurston Moore made the uncool cool with detuned guitars and trauma-filled vocals that anywhere else would be laughed at – alternative wasn’t the thing to do yet.  For his fourth solo…

TRACK REVIEW: Amp Live ‘Run Back’

Rating: Amp Live: An immensely talented producer, one half of the pioneering hip-hop duo Zion I and a leading representative for musical innovation. On August 4th Amp Live releases his much anticipated solo UK debut album, incidentally his first via…

Tracks Of The Week, 31.05.14

I’m not quite sure how a group of teachers have time to be in a band, but Be Like Pablo seem to manage it just fine. And the proof lies in new double A-side release, ‘The Post It Song/Julianne’. With…

Tracks Of The Week, 09.05.14

Having first fallen in love with Martin Longstaff, aka The Lake Poets, upon seeing him supporting John Smith at The Union Chapel, I am pretty elated that he will be releasing his debut EP next month. Following recent single, ‘April’,…

Tracks Of The Week – 28.04.14

Recorded and produced by The Coral’s James and Ian Skelly, ‘Gonna Get To You’ is Stourbridge three-piece Circles’ debut EP. The majority of which was apparently recorded in singer Paul’s kitchen in order to capture the raw sound the band…

ALBUM REVIEW: Coves – ‘Soft Friday’

In a year in which ‘psychedelic revival’ seems to be on the tongue of every music journalist around, I can’t help feeling that something is missing. We have the krautrock elements in TOY, the dreamy, shoegaze influenced DIIV and the…