Category: Track Reviews

Track: Insecure Men – ‘Teenage Toy’

London is lurking with new artists, enlightening the industry with a fresh, offbeat sonic twist. The mass of indie bands, saluting the age-old lectures of teenage angst are still present and setting the pace, but flashes of something new are…

TRACK: LUCIA – ‘Melted Ice Cream’

Thirty years on from Glasgow’s infamous gangland ‘Ice Cream Wars’ comes Scot songstress LUCIA with the appetite-whetting (is it or isn’t it a metaphorical sex ode?) ‘Melted Ice Cream’. In Intimacy, Identity, and Ice Cream: Teaching Teens and Young Adults to…

TRACK: The Ramona Flowers – ‘Strangers’

The Ramona Flowers, a five piece from Bristol, have recently released their new single, ‘Strangers’, a euphoric dance track that pins the band in a new direction. Prior to the single’s release, the band have been on tour in the…

TRACK: Alvvays – ‘Not My Baby’

Following on from their renowned self-titled debut album, Toronto-based Alvvays inspected the scene in 2017 and launched a new flagship against a storm of uneasy genres. The album Antisocialities masterfully spreads across a number of genres from indie-pop to garage-rock,…

New Track: Exhibitionist – ‘Motionless’

Brand new and bringing a breadth of creativity and enchanting essence along with her, is the heavenly sound of Kirsty Tickle, the bewitching multi-instrumentalist from Sydney and solo project behind Exhibitionist. Kirsty released her debut single ‘Hands’ back in spring…

New Track: Twin Peaks – ‘Blue Coupe’

Whilst sustaining their signature retro style as demonstrated in their two previous albums, the Chicago based band Twin Peaks have revealed their new, more easygoing track ‘Blue Coupe’. Emerging after their previous albums Down in Heaven (2016) and Wild Onion…

TRACK: Viva Brother – ‘Bastardo’

Having begun life as Kill the Arcade in 2010, then Wolf Am I, then Brother, they were forced to add the ‘Viva’ to their name after their Australian Celtic namesake slammed the threat of a lawsuit on them in 2011….

TRACK: The Wools – ‘I’m Your Fool’

Hailing from Liverpool, indie surf newcomers The Wools have released their second single ‘I’m Your Fool’, and it’s a great tune. I’m quite annoyed that I’ve only just come across this band, as this new single could’ve soundtracked my whole…