Category: Tracks Of The Week

Tracks Of The Week, 23.06.17

Soccer Mommy (AKA Sophie Allison) is, at just nineteen, wiser than most. And in her latest single ‘Allison’, taken from upcoming mini-album Collection, she shares such wisdom with an unrivalled precision and gentleness. Exploring the feelings of hurting someone you…

Tracks Of The Week, 19.06.17

SuperGlu are known for having fun: for their sheer infectious joy and youthfulness. Not about to change, the Manningtree four-piece have released ‘Welcome Home’ as part of the Communion Singles Club and it’s spectacular. Drifting somewhere between punk and Britpop …

Tracks Of The Week, 09.06.17

In ‘To My Lasagne,’ taken from his debut LP My Father Used to Build Sand Sculptures, Daniel Marino introduces us to his new project, Randy’s Got A Playdough Face. Bouncy, catchy hooks and lyrics that, in all their whimsicalness, are…

Tracks Of The Week, 03.06.17

An uplifting track about being brave, despite, well, life, Circe’s Diner’s latest offering ‘Who Dares’ is unquestionably exactly what the world needs right now. Describing the track, the duo explains: “Our timing and phrasing is a key part of the…

Tracks Of The Week, 19.05.17

The first single to be taken from their upcoming EP, Little Grim are introducing themselves with ‘Hoodie’. Telling tells of reckless indecisiveness, the pain of seeing your ex-girlfriend wearing your old hoodie and the familiarity of not knowing what you…

Tracks Of The Week, 12.05.17

Dubbing their sound as ‘scruffy pop rock,’ The Bad Habits’ latest offering ‘Obsessed’ encapsulates this perfectly. Huge, catch choruses ready for festival main stages, paired with grungy undertones mirroring the bands DIY approach (practicing in a basement and ‘Obsessed’ materialising…

Tracks Of The Week, 06.05.17

Following last year’s EP Same Stuff, Emily Magpie has shared her forthcoming single ‘The Witching Hour.’ Inspired by, and teeming with, the power of feminine energy, ‘The Witching Hour’ celebrates such energy in a fittingly bewitching manner. Pulsating and eerie,…

Tracks Of The Week, 28.04.17

Taken from their upcoming debut, Ugly Youth, The Magnettes have shared their latest single ‘Young & Wild’. With the album mixed by Christan Cummings (who’s worked with everyone from Icona Pop to Cage The Elephant) and mastered by Pete Lyman…

Tracks Of The Week, 21.04.17

A personal plea to her estranged brother, Caswell’s second single – ‘Brother’ – is hauntingly beautiful; the kind of track you feel bad enjoying, but in all its darkness is just so lovely. Amidst lines like “Brother, won’t you tell…

Tracks Of The Week, 14.04.17

The first release since their 2016 EP For The Kids, Baby In Vain’s new single ‘Transcendent’ is just that: 4 minutes of transcendental magic. Speaking of the track, Andrea Thuseon says: “We were trying to write this one song, and…