Category: Tracks Of The Week

Tracks Of The Week, 07.10.16

From their inception, to their first self-release, to touring with the likes of Let’s Eat Grandma and gaining support from BBC 6 Music, Girl Ray have arrived here: their first physical release. And they couldn’t have chosen a better track….

Tracks Of The Week, 01.10.16

Sharing the title track from their debut double A side, ‘Queen Bitch’, Essex 3-piece The Muffin Heads are about to take the world by storm. Here, in their own words, “to provide hard rifs and growling honest vocals”, The Muffin…

Tracks Of The Week, 26.09.16

A year or so ago I was skeptical about the apparent trendiness of duos. Two-pieces seemed to be crawling out the wood work and though none were particularly bad, I found the whole idea of it getting a little mundane….

Tracks Of The Week, 16.09.16

It’s very rare that we become aware of the length of songs: only when listening to tracks like Sneaks’ ‘Red’ – which at barely over a minute long feels like it’s over in heartbeat – does the length of other…

Tracks Of The Week, 09.09.16

With Halloween fast approaching, we’re in needed of a little gothic influence. Luckily, Edinburgh four-piece RITU▲LS are on hand to provide it. Having only formed earlier this year from the remains of defunct bands, RITU▲LS were quickly snapped up by…

Tracks Of The Week, 26.08.16

No matter how many duos appear in the music world, I’m always surprised by just how much noise two people can make. Described as somewhere between The Melvins and Taylor Swift, but ultimately creating their own riotous sound, Melbourne’s Mannequin…

Tracks Of The Week, 19.08.16

Following the release of his magnificent album Grapefruit earlier this year, Manchester’s Kiran Leonard has now shared a brand new track – the first since the release of the LP. ‘Coyoacan’ tells the tale of “Trotsky and his wife, at…

Tracks Of The Week, 12.08.16

Though it might be easy to get absorbed by the delightfulness of summer, we all need a little bit of menace in our lives. And when that menace comes in the form of jaw-dropping new music, it’s hard not to…

Tracks Of The Week, 05.08.16

Just a year after forming in a cold Manchester warehouse, The Empty Page are already wowing with their fuzzy, gritty but ultimately incredibly uplifting sound. Uplifting, that is, both sonically and lyrically. Paired with a video of women of all…

Tracks Of The Week – 29.07.16

There are powerful messages and lessons in everything PWR BTTM do. After announcing last year that they would only play venues that provided gender neutral bathrooms, the bands new track ‘Projection’ focuses on identity, and the pressure of other people’s…