Category: Tracks Of The Week

Tracks Of The Week, 10.03.17

Mari and Melissa have teamed up again to tell you a bit about their favourite tunes this week!  Two years since their last release, and with ‘all the material ready’ for their album, Darlia have finally returned with ‘Ballad Of…

Tracks Of The Week, 03.03.17

Sneaks has shown in the past she’s not one for wasting time, and in her latest track ‘Hair Slick Back’ she certainly doesn’t break the trend. What’s notable about Sneaks’ tracks, however, is that she definitely doesn’t need masses of…

Tracks Of The Week, 24.02.17

As we’re all very busy here at Gigslutz,  for today’s Tracks Of The Week, Editor Mari and Assistant Editor Melissa have teamed up to bring you their favourite tunes of the moment. Enjoy!  Already garnering support from everyone from Iggy…

Tracks Of The Week, 17.02.17

It takes all of about 10 seconds for Shrinking Minds’ latest single ‘Something Better’ to really kick in; about 20 seconds more and you’ll be completely gripped. ‘Something Better’ is pure energy, the mark of a band who are building…

Tracks Of The Week, 10.02.16

Last week, The Nyx shared ‘Hideaway’ as the first single from their debut, self-titled EP. A fitting introduction, ‘Hideaway’ perfectly announces The Nyx’s presence in the world: raucous, electrifying and superbly energetic. Simone Picknett explains that the track is about…

Tracks Of The Week, 03.02.17

Taken from their new EP Winter ‘15, ‘Trier’ the latest offering from Analog Candle (led by Callum Plews) is the perfect initial taste of their latest release, mostly in that it completely embodies the EP’s title. ‘Trier’ is all the…

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 /…