This week’s Tracks of the Week represents five months since The Music Radar UK was founded. In this time, we’ve managed to achieve a huge amount, from keeping everyone up to date with the latest news to highlighting some of the brightest new artists. A feature that has always remained a constant pleasure to bring you is our Tracks of the Week feature. This week sees a wonderful selection of tracks from artists that are both established and upcoming. Have a listen to some of these tracks as there is definitely something for everyone and we look forward to continue bringing you features in the future.
Another week and another list of new music to satisfy our craving. alt-J continue their preparation ahead of next week’s album release with the release of Adeline whilst Little Mix release a new track, Power, which sees the group collaborating with grime king Stormzy. Rita Ora makes a return to music for the first time since 2015 with Your Song.
The more 2017 progresses, the more we think how fortunate we are to have escaped 2016. Week by week we have been given stunning selections of new music and this week is no different. With an eclectic list of established artists and rising stars, all having released new tracks this week, there is something for everyone to listen to. Here are our Tracks of the Week alongside in depth reviews.
This year continues to surprise us with the ever growing list of brilliant artists releasing new music, led by the ever incredible Muse who release track Dig Down. Ex One Direction star Liam Payne debuts his solo career with Strip That Down featuring Quavo and Katy Perry continues her comeback with Swish Swish, featuring Nicki Minaj.
Feeling the need to travel? Or just craving more music in the idyllic summer background of Europe? Here’s an extensive list of information, highlights and commentary of the biggest festivals around Europe.
Trying to find a festival to go to? Or just want some information and tips on an event that you’re attending? Don’t worry, we’ve got an extensive list of information, highlights and commentary on the UK’s biggest festivals this summer.
US band defy all odds with an upbeat and poppy, synth driven album which carries a much darker meaning.