Category: Track Reviews

EP REVIEW: Eliza And The Bear ‘Light It Up EP’

Let’s leave that godwaful, twee name to one side, and concentrate on the tuneage.  Despite the tropes and trappings of folk, this is as pop as they come. Their music is strangely familiar, already benefiting from an infinite number of…

Modern Faces – ‘Matter Of Time’

Rating: Since catching unsigned band Modern Faces live earlier in the year at their epic Alhambra gig in Dunfermline, I have been keeping an eager eye on these 5 lads from Fife. Current release ‘Matter of Time’ continues in the vein…

Singles Reviews: Released 01.09.14

The Singles Reviews give the Gigslutz writers an opportunity to listen to songs that wouldn’t usually pop up on their iPod, no matter how many times they shuffled. Sometimes they’re pleasantly surprised by a track by an artist they’d usually…

SINGLE REVIEWS: Released 18.08.14

A big hand please for Gigslutz Features Editor, Elliott Homer, who has taken time out from trawling through YouTube, tallying Top Tens and deciding what needs to be discussed via All Talk to take on the upcoming single releases. Shake off…

SINGLE REVIEWS: Released 18.08.14

Ola amigos! It’s that time of the week again where Gigslutz takes a look at the new single releases; they’re hot off the presses and ready for the world to spend its not so hard earned cash on. This week…

SINGLE REVIEWS: Released 11.08.14

Hello friends!  I’ve been charged with helping you find a light within the cavernous armpit of this week’s new releases.  And as it’s summer, a lot of people think every song needs to sound straight outta Magaluf, either musically or…

TRACK REVIEW: Hidden Charms ‘Sunnyside’

Hidden Charms are seemingly a band who you want to keep an eye out for, if you haven’t already. Having been gigging up and down the country, they’ve supported Razorlight and worked alongside hotly-tipped young producer Young & Sick to record…

SINGLE REVIEWS: RELEASED 03.08.14

My turn to look over the single releases that will be bothering you for 99p from Monday, and as it’s officially August expect sun, sea, sand and… bumblebeees. Clean Bandit Feat. Stylo G ‘Come Over’ The steel drum hasn’t ever been…

LISTEN: SHYSTIE RETURNS WITH NEW SINGLE ‘STOP’

One of East London’s original and most well respected female MC’s Shystie returns with her brand new track ‘Stop’, which features vocalist Jalissa with possibly the catchiest hook of 2014 so far. Produced by Deanyboy and sampling the classic 60’s…

SINGLES REVIEWS: Released 28.07.14

This week it’s the turn of our Yorkshire lass, Beth Kirkbride, to have a little listen to the 7″s and downloads available from your record store and hand held devices next Monday. Should Benny Benassi’s new one last forever? Do…