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Track Of The Day: Alt-J – Left Hand Free

by Nina Bertok

Those who might have predicted grim things after the departure of Alt-J’s founding member and guitarist/bassist Gwil Sainsbury this year were wrong – damn wrong!…



Track Of The Day: Zola Jesus – Dangerous Days


This year indie favourite Zola Jesus made a bold statement to the media in the lead up to her forthcoming album Taiga: “I want to...

Track Of The Day: Philip Selway – Coming Up For Air


A lot of the time your solo project is inevitably going to sound like your main band – and that’s perfectly okay if that band...

Track Of The Day: Grimes – Go


Here comes that track everybody’s been talking about – you know, the one that Grimes wrote exclusively for Rihanna only to get a ‘no thank...

Track Of The Day: FKA Twigs – Two Weeks


Following in Prince’s footsteps when it came to choosing her artist name, FKA Twigs (‘formerly known as Twigs’) cemented her reputation as the internet’s ‘it’...

Track Of The Day: Rustie – Raptor


A lot of people have been anticipating this release. A lot. And from the get-go, the first track from Rustie’s forthcoming album, Green Language (out...

Track Of The Day: Jessie Ware – Tough Love


From the sounds of Tough Love, Jessie Ware’s forthcoming album is about to pick up where the British soulstress left off with 2012’s Devotion. And...

Track Of The Day: Sinead O’Connor – Take Me To Church


Don’t let the new-look Sinead O’Connor fool you – including the WTF-wigs and Britney Spears circa 2003 image – musically the Irish singer is still...

Track Of The Day: Herbert – One Two Three


Known as one of the most forward-thinking producers around today (he’s made music out of an exploding bomb, a shopping list, a club and even...

Track Of The Day: Basement Jaxx – Sereia De Bahia


Basement Jaxx have picked the perfect timing to release a new re-vamped version of their classic Ibiza hit, Mermaid Of Bahia. Sounding every bit the...

Track Of The Day: Bear In Heaven – Time Between


It’s been a long two years since we last heard from these guys – since their 2012 album I Love You, It’s Cool – so...

Track Of The Day: Nils Frahm – Re


When Hungarian director Balazs Simon discovered German pianist and producer Nils Frahm’s stunning 2012 album Screws, he especially fell in love with the track Re...

Track Of The Day: The Antlers – Hotel


Do we detect a theme here? Following on from the first single Palace, The Antlers have now unveiled the second architecturally-inspired instalment from their forthcoming...

Track Of The Day: Jenny Lewis – Just One Of The Guys


Trying hard to fit in, pretending to be one of the boys, the deafening sounds of the biological ticking clock… That and more is what...

Track Of The Day: Caribou – Can’t Do Without You


In 2010 Caribou released the experimental psych-pop album Swim and four years later, as the first taste off the forthcoming album Our Love, Dan Snaith...

Track Of The Day: Alexis Taylor – Without A Crutch


Wait, is Alexis Taylor going the way of Dallas Green? On the first single from his upcoming solo album Await Barbarians, the angelic vocals, dreamy,...

Track Of The Day: Adult Jazz – Spook


Warning: The new single from Leeds four-piece Adult Jazz is absolutely not for those with short attention spans. At almost 10 minutes in length, Spook...

Track Of The Day: Slow Club – Suffering Me, Suffering You


Indie pop favourites Slow Club seem to be pretty damn determined to steer away from their roots as they move even further into a new...

Track Of The Day: DZ Deathrays – Reflective Skull


Australian dance-punk duo DZ Deathrays trigger off a bit of a trip down memory lane with their new track and video for Reflective Skull… Even...

Track Of The Day: Colleagues – Tears


First of all, Colleagues have picked a great title to go with their new track Tears – it actually sounds like tears on the dancefloor...

Track Of The Day: Hockeysmith – Hesitate


Is it indie rock? Is it techno? Who knows. It’s a bit of both and it sounds damn good. Building a reputation as one of...