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Tracks Of The Year, 2017

To mark the end of a brilliant year, packed with too much fantastic new music to keep track of, I’ve trawled through all the Tracks of the Weeks of 2017 to pick out my favourite track from each month, and…

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…

PLAYLIST: February 2017

You probably don’t need reminding that the world is falling to pieces right now, so here’s a handy playlist you can whack on whilst you’re pretending everything’s totally fine and okay forever…   PINS – ‘Aggrophobe (feat. Iggy Pop)’ Cool-as-fuck…

Darlia announce details of UK tour

Darlia have revealed the details of a UK tour to take place this April and May. Following last week’s release of their debut album Petals, the band have planned a 9-date UK tour which will visit Guildford, Warwick, Leeds, Stockton,…

LISTEN: Darlia stream mini-album

Ahead of the release of Darlia’s mini-album, Petals, this Monday, the band are streaming the record in full, for free, online. After the release of two EPs and various singles, Darlia have brought together a small collection of their best…

The Best Gigs of 2014 – Part 2

Kate Bush’s Hammersmith Apollo residency… Prince’s small, almost-secret shows… Metallica’s controversial headlining slot at Glastonbury… To say 2014 has been a memorable one for big gigs by huge names would be an understatement, but at Gigslutz our reviewers prefer shows that are…

The Best Gigs of 2014 – Part 1

Kate Bush’s Hammersmith Apollo residency… Prince’s small, almost-secret shows… Metallica’s controversial headlining slot at Glastonbury… To say 2014 has been a memorable one for big gigs by huge names would be an understatement, but at Gigslutz our reviewers prefer shows that are…

LISTEN: Darlia Share ‘Pandemonium’ Acoustic

Having recently announced the release of their debut 8-Track album Petals,  much to the disgust of frontman Nathan Day; Darlia have been billed as a ’90’s revivalist grunge band’. However, Darlia might have once and for all silenced critics with a…

Ones To Watch: Flesh

Cities like Birmingham have taken over recently with a surge of great new bands –  an eccentric wave of excitement. However, Flesh – one of the coolest band to come out of Manchester since The Stone Roses – might just…