Category: Track Reviews

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…

EP Review: Courteeners ‘How Good It Was’

Rating: How Good It Was showcases 4 brand new tracks bringing together everything we have come to expect from the Manchester band. The opener, ‘How Good It Was’, is a retrospective of past relationships and the importance of holding fond…

SINGLES REVIEWS: Released 22.07.14

Good Day, dearest reader!  Here at Gigslutz we are always keen to diversify our choices, to the furthest stretch of the imagination.  With this in mind, I have put down my old blues records and picked up a steaming hot…

TRACK REVIEW: Amp Live ‘Run Back’

Rating: Amp Live: An immensely talented producer, one half of the pioneering hip-hop duo Zion I and a leading representative for musical innovation. On August 4th Amp Live releases his much anticipated solo UK debut album, incidentally his first via…

TRACK REVIEW: Get Hot ‘Drugs’

This is a completely fubar mix of ambient fuzz, Hefti guitar, weapons grade snark, and everything else inbetween.  The first collaboration between electronic underworld figures FTSE and Jakwob weighs in at a giddy 2:35, and punches you in the face…

TRACK REVIEW: Saint Raymond ‘I Want You’

Rating: It truly amazes me how the mighty Callum Borrows, aka Saint Raymond, can keep churning out summer hits. I was naïve to think ‘Young Blood’ would be the soundtrack to the multitude of festivals I was attending: ‘I Want…

TRACK REVIEW: Peace ‘Lost on Me’

Rating: Peace have received endless plaudits after the success of their debut album ‘In Love’. Now in just over a year they have put a new set of songs together, whilst the release date is still unknown, Peace are poised…