Category: Tracks Of The Week

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…

Tracks Of The Week, 22.07.16

Following the success of their charming last single ‘53’, Icelandic duo Pascal Pinon have now shared a brand new track from their upcoming third album. Describing their sound as “simple and honest, filled with both melancholy and optimism”, twin sisters…

Tracks Of The Week, 03.07.16

Drawing comparisons to Mac DeMarco and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Mild High Club’s ‘Homage’ is the latest addition to your off-kilter summer playlist. Described as telling the tale of a “private investigator attempting to trace the steps of…

Tracks Of The Week, 15.06.16

Never has a track title been so apt as London-based BARLI’s ‘Speechless’, the completely honest emotion leaving you just that. With an accompanying video pairing her ethereal, heart-wrenching vocals with equally ethereal pink hues and movements, ‘Speechless’ is a track…

Tracks Of The Week, 03.06.16

I’ve found myself recently unable to love tracks on a first listen. I’ll know something’s good but it will seemingly take a few goes for it to really click. PURS, however, got me first time with ‘Surround’. The track takes…

Tracks Of The Week, 27.05.16

With political journalist-turned musician Anika as their front woman, newly formed Exploded View are sure to explode onto the music scene with their distinctive amalgamation of sounds. With a debut album due out in August, Exploded View have now shared…

Tracks Of The Week, 13.05.16

Hailing from Manchester, FOXTALES – Amy, Cassie, Angela, Briony and ‘The Scoon’ – formed early last year and have already been making waves in their local music scene, and are set to play at Kendal Calling this July. With their…

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