Category Archives: Track Reviews

Track Review: Simple Minds – Broken Glass Park

by Sam Skilton So far 2013 has been as much a refresher of the golden oldies as it has been a reflection of their pasts. First we had the surprise David Bowie comeback, then there was the return of Primal … Continue reading

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Track Review: Johnny Marr – New Town Velocity

by Sam Skilton “It’s autobiographical,” Johnny Marr tells NME Magazine. “It’s about reconnecting with the feelings I had growing up, the ones that shape you. It was the last thing I did for the record (‘The Messenger’), and I wanted … Continue reading

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Track Review: Vampire Weekend – Diane Young

by James Sloan The band who gifted our ears with the upbeat guitar riff and head pounding drumming of ‘A-Punk’ are back and set to release their third album ‘Modern Vampires of the City’ on 6th May. Both ‘Step’ and … Continue reading

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Track Review: Glasvegas – I’d Rather Be Dead (Than Be With You)

by James Sloan Taken from their third studio album ‘Later… When the TV Turns To Static’, Glasvegas will hope that this track will turn attention away from their below par second album, and instead remind fans of their self-titled debut … Continue reading

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Track Review: Deadbeat Echoes – No Bones

by Sam Skilton If there’s any region of Britain which is synonymous with producing exciting rock and roll bands, then it would have to be the north-west. Lying at the centre point between Stoke-on-Trent and the two powerhouses that are … Continue reading

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Track Review: High Tyde – Solana

by Meka Beresford With sold out gigs already under their belts these boys are creating a fuss in the south-east. High Tyde, a Brighton based lad-group are hitting it big with their Two Door Cinema Club-esque sound. Having already appeared … Continue reading

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Track Review: Sound City Players – Cut Me Some Slack

by Sam Skilton It was halfway through his closing slot at the 12.12.12 Sandy Relief Concert when Paul McCartney came out with the line we had all been waiting for: “So recently some guys asked me to go and jam … Continue reading

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