Category: Track Reviews

New Track: Tijuana Bibles – ‘Sunchaser’

Featured in Gigslutz Unsigned City: Glasgow towards the tail-end of last year, Tijuana Bibles look set to build on their 2014 success with the release of new song, ‘Sunchaser’, in March. ‘Sunchaser’ is reminiscent of  the Tijuana Bibles sound I…

NEW TRACK: Affairs – ‘Blood Science’

Hailing from the musically fruitful city of Manchester, Affairs are an alternative electronic band originally from Hull. Having migrated from the big smoke of The North, the group have recently attracted attention from Tom Robinson (BBC 6Music), John Kennedy (XFM) and…

TRACK REVIEW: Gallery Circus ‘Hollywood Drip’

Enticing fans with their raucous energy and undeniably unique sound are identical twins Daniel and Graeme Ross; better known as Anti-Garage duo Gallery Circus. Playing a slot at Glastonbury and Sunderland’s Split Festival this summer and embarking on a joint…

TRACK REVIEW: Cast ‘Baby Blue Eyes’

Rating: Formed over 20 years ago from the ashes of The La’s and Shack, CAST exploded onto the scene with the release of their 1995 debut album All Change and in the four years that followed went on to score…

Singles Reviews: Released 06.10.14

And here’s more packaged pleasures for the perpetually adolescent consumer.  Enjoy! Angus & Julia Stone ‘Grizzly Bear’ These Antipodean siblings return with their third album, this delicacy produced by uber-turd polisher, Rick Rubin. To get him on-board the duo promised…

Track Review: Summer Heart – ‘Sleep’

Drinking from the same, sweet cup as both Beach House and Work Drugs, is Clash Magazine’s newly-celebrated chill wave/dream pop producer, David Alexander, better known as Summer Heart. Blending elements of nostalgia with a lethargic atmosphere of pure bliss, Summer…

Tracks Of The Week, 16.09.14

Having just announced the release of their debut album, London-based three piece Red Racer are a group of highly established musicians with many handy connections in the world of rock. Recording their album at the infamous Rancho De La Luna,…