Archive for the 'Track of the Week' Category


Track of the Week (26/11/12) – School of Seven Bells – Put Your Sad Down

This week’s track of the week comes from School of Seven Bells in the form of 12 minute epic “Put Your Sad Down” taken from the EP of the same name. Listen below:


Track of the Week (19/11/12): A Genuine Freakshow – Low

This week’s track of the week comes from A Genuine Freakshow in the form of “Low”, the first track to be taken from their upcoming EP “Where The River Bends”, due for release before the end of the year. “Low” is the first new material from the band since the release of their debut album “Oftentimes” in 2010, and the
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Track of the Week (12/11/12): The Joy Formidable – This Ladder Is Ours

The Joy Formidable return in January with new album “Wolf’s Law” (released Jan 21st). “This Ladder Is Ours” is the first track on the new album, and the third track so far to be aired ahead of the album release following the title track and “Cholla” respectively. “This Ladder Is Ours” is arguably the most impressive track of the three,
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Track of the Week (5/11/12): Errors – Relics

This week’s Track of the Week comes from Scottish band Errors. “Relics” is taken from the recently released mini-album “New Relics”, the follow-up to “Have Some Faith in Magic” which was released earlier this year. The track has a somewhat more downtempo feel than some of the more immediate tracks that populated their last album but is no less impressive.
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Track of the Week (29/10/12): The Birthday Suit – Uh-Huh Uh-Huh

Scottish 6-piece The Birthday Suit provide this week’s Track of the Week in the shape of “Uh-Huh Uh-Huh”, the first track on their recently released second album “A Conversation Well Rehearsed”. With indie-rock favourites Idlewild currently on indefinite hiatus, The Birthday Suit were formed by guitarist Rod Jones and released their debut album “The Eleventh Hour” towards the end of
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