Category: Track Reviews

NEW TRACK: 485C – ‘Strange Medicine’

‘Strange Medicine’ is the second digital release from London five-piece 485C – and yes, in case you’re wondering, that is a Pantone colour code; more specifically the red used on our wonderful Central Line. Take from that what you will. It…

NEW TRACK: Embers – ‘Signs’

It’s been a while since Manchester’s Embers released new music, but the group have recently shared their new single ‘Signs’, and it’s another enjoyable slice of atmospheric indie rock. After the departure of their drummer a year ago, the band have been searching for a…

NEW TRACK: Alex Lucas – ‘Fade Away’

‘Fade Away’ is the new single from former frontman of The DuBarrys Alex Lucas. Released on the 26th of January, the song showcases Alex’s ability to turn lo-fi beats and beautiful vocals in to an optimistic tune about searching for love…

NEW TRACK: The Orders – ‘Veronica’s Venom’

The Orders are a young indie-psych trio from the Isle of Wight who have  stacked up an impressive list of achievements since their formation in 2013. 2016 was a particularly successful year for band mates Kyle Chapman, Isaac Snow and…

NEW TRACK: Findlay – ‘Waste My Time’

I saw something on Facebook the other day about how women always make things better: if you give a woman a house she’ll make a home, if you give her ingredients she’ll make a meal, etc. Similarly, if you give…

NEW TRACK: KASHMERE – ‘Porcelain’

Stockport rockers KASHMERE have released their latest single ‘Porcelain’, and it’s another smashing example of the band’s ability to write catchy indie anthems. The track premiered on BBC Introducing Manchester on January 7th, and is available to download now. Last year saw Joey (vocals &…

New Track: The Gravity Drive – ‘Kaleidoscope’

Electrically charged track ‘Kaleidoscope’ is the new offering from husband and wife duo The Gravity Drive. Mixed by The Verve’s Chris Potter and due to be released on January 6th 2017, Bridport-based Elijah and Ava Wolf have filled this number…