Tag: Review

TRACK: Lusts – ‘heavy thoughts’

With their critically acclaimed debut album Illuminations already behind them, brothers Andrew and James Stone aka Lusts are back with bang and eager to showcase what they’ve been working over the past year. ‘heavy thoughts’ enters with a thick Eurythmics-esque beat chased by distortion…

LIVE: HOLLIE COOK @ THE JAZZ CAFE, LONDON, 14.02.2018

On Valentine’s day, Hollie Cook treated Londoners to a sold-out show at The Jazz Café. The tour is a 20 date international affair showcasing her latest album, ‘Vessel of Love’ which was released at the end of January. Her warming…

Live: Nick Hakim @ The Deaf Institute, Manchester, 17.02.18

A thought provoking and tranquillising performance was delivered from the Washington D.C. based songwriter Nick Hakim on Saturday. The bluesy folk singer is currently touring around the world until summer, through which he is presenting his pair of 2014 EPs…

TRACK: Motherhood – ‘Hey You’

Homegrown Liverpudlian talent and newcomers Motherhood have found a swift pace to encapsulate their audience. Following on from their last single, Save Me we now have a fresh installment of pop riffs and vigorous lyrics that implore memories of a buzz…

TRACK: Hockey Dad – ‘I Wanna Be Everybody’

The Australian underground music scene seems familiar to a dark-twisted folklore that we don’t hear of much across the Pacific, but that doesn’t mean it’s any kind of imaginary. The land of Oz boasts a booming, fresh twist on an…

Track: The Shacks – ‘Follow Me’

You know how we all thought whisper singing sounded really irritating? Well Shannon Wise from The Shacks rewrote the rules and gave it an instant tick, which is only one of the reasons this band deserves more recognition. After leaving…

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…