Category: Track Reviews

TRACK: Let’s Eat Grandma – ‘Hot Pink’

Duo Let’s Eat Grandma have dropped their newest single, ‘Hot Pink’, through Transgressive Records. The track was produced by the electronic and wildly kinetic SOPHIE. The ensemble, comprised of Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingsworth, dabble in sweet and slow-paced, spoken word…

TRACK: Field Music – ‘Share A Pillow’

Artists getting past the five albums mark in the digital age need to be applauded. Not only for producing so many records, but for sticking to their roots while making something new. Field Music are one of those bands. With…

TRACK: The Lovely Eggs – ‘Wiggy Giggy’

Hailing from Lancaster, The Lovely Eggs have been making pleasant grunge music since their first release in 2011 and have quite the repertoire of material. They are back with their new album This Is Eggsland which will be dropped on…

TRACK: Hockey Dad – ‘I Wanna Be Everybody’

The Australian underground music scene seems familiar to a dark-twisted folklore that we don’t hear of much across the Pacific, but that doesn’t mean it’s any kind of imaginary. The land of Oz boasts a booming, fresh twist on an…

TRACK: Lissie – ‘Best Days’

Hailing from Rock Island in the US, modern country singer Lissie is back with her new album Castles, and this time she’s incorporated a lot more than just a guitar and her hard-hitting vocals on her songs. Her album is…

TRACK: HAUS – ‘Shameless’

In the past few years, London five-piece HAUS have been making quite a name for themselves playing a handful of the major festivals and playing shows nationwide. They have recently released their new single ‘Shameless’ with Atlas Artists. Their past…

Track: The Shacks – ‘Follow Me’

You know how we all thought whisper singing sounded really irritating? Well Shannon Wise from The Shacks rewrote the rules and gave it an instant tick, which is only one of the reasons this band deserves more recognition. After leaving…

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…