Tag: tracks of the week

Tracks Of The Week, 16.09.17

Taken from their upcoming debut EP, Little Grim’s latest single ‘Infectious’ is an emotive introduction to the band. Inspired by the emotional confusion caused by abusive relationships, ‘Infectious’ sees the vocals take centre stage to create something truly gripping and…

Tracks Of The Week, 02.09.17

Seeing Lins Wilson (Grammatics, Mother Vulpine), Tom Hudson (Pulled Apart By Horses) and Nestor Matthews (Sky Larkin, Manace Beach) come together, Magic Mountain are somewhat of a super-group born of Leeds’ DIY scene. ‘Zodiac’ is their first offering, released as…

Tracks Of The Week, 26.08.17

Bringing a dose of summer which the British weather expertly failed at doing, Worst Place have shared their beautiful new track, ‘Dreamer.’ 3 minutes of shoegaze-y, (rather aptly) dreamy, pop ‘Dreamer’ is the latest in a string of releases that…

Tracks Of The Week, 28.07.17

Mari and Mel bring you some of their favourite new releases this week…  Following 2014’s self-titled debut, Canadian band Alvvays are now set to release their second album in September, and we can’t wait. Taken from the album is latest…

Tracks Of The Week, 21.07.17

A collaboration between singer-songwriter Gina Leonard and guitarist and producer Tom Fryer, The Desert have announced their debut single ‘Just Get High’. Leading the way for their forthcoming EP Playing Dead, ‘Just Get High’ blends Gina’s honest, poetic vocals with…

Tracks Of The Week, 14.07.17

This week, Mari and Mel have teamed up to offer you a whopping six of our favourite tracks from the last couple of weeks… Enjoy!  A perfectly empowering and witty remake of a pop anthem, Colour Me Wednesday’s ‘Queer For…

Tracks Of The Week, 03.07.17

Having picked up speed and support over the past year, Glasgow’s  The Van T’s are back with ‘Fresh Meat’: their latest single and four minutes of raucous, unwavering energy. Drowned in feedback and riot grrrl influenced vocals, there’s a darkness…

Tracks Of The Week, 19.06.17

SuperGlu are known for having fun: for their sheer infectious joy and youthfulness. Not about to change, the Manningtree four-piece have released ‘Welcome Home’ as part of the Communion Singles Club and it’s spectacular. Drifting somewhere between punk and Britpop …

Tracks Of The Week, 09.06.17

In ‘To My Lasagne,’ taken from his debut LP My Father Used to Build Sand Sculptures, Daniel Marino introduces us to his new project, Randy’s Got A Playdough Face. Bouncy, catchy hooks and lyrics that, in all their whimsicalness, are…

Tracks Of The Week, 03.06.17

An uplifting track about being brave, despite, well, life, Circe’s Diner’s latest offering ‘Who Dares’ is unquestionably exactly what the world needs right now. Describing the track, the duo explains: “Our timing and phrasing is a key part of the…

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