July. For many it’s a chance to enjoy the rare sight of sun or the unpredictably chaotic summer holidays with children. For music fans, July has always been a month of big summer anthems, festivals and new records. This July is no different, with a stunning selection of huge tracks perfect for long summer nights or that rare unexpected day of rain that the UK summer is always akin to. We hope you enjoy the start to what should be a great month for everyone and here are our Tracks of the Week with in depth reviews.
Set near the idyllic location of Spain’s northern mountains, Bilbao BBK has, over the past five years, become a force to watch out for within the European festival scene. Mixing some of music’s biggest artists with rising stars and local heroes, the Spanish festival has produced one of its biggest ever line ups for 2017. With The Killers announced as a headliner, it was a no brainer that we, at The Music Radar UK, decided to get on a plane and see what all the hype was about.
It’s been just over a week since the emphatic 2017 Glastonbury Festival and The Music Radar UK is proud to present the extensive coverage of what happened across the five days at Somerset’s iconic Worthy Farm site.
Who can predict when and where new talent is going to come from? This week has seen the return of some of the world’s most revered artists but this has almost been overlooked by the sheer quality of releases from up and coming talent from around the world. Here are our track’s of the week with in depth reviews.
London five piece get political on addictive, percussion driven debut.
Collection of dark, mutilated rock on matured third album from rowdy Chicago band The Orwells