Category: Track Reviews

LISTEN: Lilliput share ‘Waiting To Go’

Sextet, Lilliput‘s new track, ‘Waiting To Go’, is an pioneering adventure with the supreme goal of being an alternative summer anthem. The band from Sunderland have combined bold, minimalistic riffs with their rough-and-ready edge to create the swooning, ‘Waiting To…

SINGLE: Mabel ‘Know Me Better’

Soft storytelling abilities advanced far beyond her years and a voice perfectly crafted for the limelight; it’s hard to believe that this Spanish beauty, the soulful, Mabel, only clocks up nineteen years of age.  The creative debut track from the…

New Track: Asylums – ‘Joy In A Small Wage’

Returning with their powerful blend of ‘80s rock and sounds from the late Britpop era, the Essex quartet of your not-so-quintessential rockers, Asylums, are bringing us joy in a more than small wage. The band have been said to capture…

NEW TRACK: IDLEWILD – ‘EVERY LITTLE MEANS TRUST’

‘Every Little Means Trust’ is the third single taken from Idlewild‘s eighth album Everything Ever Written, which was released in February via Empty Words. With vocals and guitar flowing in harmony, this love song transports me to a place where…

New Track: Sofia – ‘Untamable (Kandylion Remix)’

Having previously recorded a bold and moving rendition of Jesse J’s ‘Do It Like A Dude’ (premiered on Gigslutz), international artist Sofia is back with a new single. ‘Untamable’ originally featured on Sofia’s debut EP Once Upon A Time but has now…

New Track: Schultz – ‘Vivid’

The city of Newcastle has recently given birth to a new progressive dark-pop band who go by the name of Schultz. The four piece outfit have just released their debut single, ‘Vivid’. Immediately, vocal wise, I can draw similarities to…

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