Category: Tracks Of The Week

Tracks Of The Week, 27.01.17

It won’t be long before Fliiis take over the world. It’s starting small with Manchester – I saw their name scrawled on a wall opposite the aquatics centre the other day – but it won’t be long before they’re inescapable….

Tracks Of The Week, 20.01.17

Keroscene sum up the themes in ‘Like The First Time’ by getting deep: “With all our modern distractions and the need to be constantly connected, people have grown uncomfortable with being by themselves, alone in silence. We may all belong…

Tracks Of The Week, 13.01.17

There’s an obvious skill in making mundane things sound beautiful; a skill few possess quite as much as The Proper Ornaments. In the latest track taken from their second album Foxhole, Ultimate Painting and Veronica Falls’ James Hoare, and Toy’s…

Tracks Of The Week, 06.01.17

Though Black Mamba Fever may pride themselves on being uncool, describing themselves as “a band that truly embodies the concept of having little to no dress sense / that captures the spirit of a mid 2000’s BBC 3 sitcom /…

Tracks Of The Year, 2016

Chaos and madness aside, one thing that 2016’s been fantastic for is its musical offerings. Mari and Mel have picked some of our favourites that have been featured on this year’s Tracks Of The Week, and put together a nifty playlist,…

Tracks Of The Week, 09.12.16

Released as part of Odd Box Records 100 Club series of singles, Suggested Friends’ ‘Chicken’ is a raucously brilliant way to end 2016, and launch them into what’s set to be a very exciting new year. With all members in…

Tracks Of The Week, 02.12.16

Having spent the past couple of years crowding the stages of small venues, all-female ensemble Deep Throat Choir are giving us a taste of their upcoming debut album – and it’s very exciting. The title track from the album, ‘Be…

Tracks Of The Week, 25.11.16

Imagine the pop experimentation of Bowie and Prince, throw in a bit of Beck and a bit of Mac DeMarco. The result: Hotel Del Salto (AKA J Francis). Don’t be put off by the seemingly erratic comparisons, for when it…

Tracks Of The Week, 18.11.16

It’s rare that a band manages to capture their heritage so precisely; particularly when that heritage is split. Yet ALEXANDR have created the perfect marriage of their half-French and half-British backgrounds in such a way that does justice to both…

Tracks Of The Week, 11.11.16

With its accompanying video dubbed by DIY as unofficial ‘Best Video Of The Year’, Virgin Kids’ ‘Be Your Friend’ certainly isn’t a track that should be slipping under the radar; though I can’t imagine it will. A combination of garage-pop…

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