A star studded line up spanning the decades stuns the large island crowd.
We are staggeringly almost halfway through 2017 already and the standard of music we have had in the past five months is something we could have only dreamed of. As festival season approaches, the world’s biggest and best artists will be travelling around the world to perform to thousands of people. In light of recent events, we feel that it’s necessary to point out that no matter what happens, we will fight through it. For the people who died having seen their idol Ariana Grande perform in Manchester and for the people who died whilst just wanting to have a great night out in London, we need to continue living our lives to the fullest. The barbaric beliefs of Islamic extremism will never prevail over the love and unity of our society. Instead of destroying us, we are stronger than ever and we will continue going to see our favourite artists, some of which are on this list here. Here are our Tracks of the Week with in depth reviews. We hope you enjoy and in the meantime, stay safe and keep living your lives to the fullest.
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.
One of the great joys of writing about music is the ability that it gives you to listen and discover new music. Each week we try to bring you a selection of the best new releases to try and inspire you to find something new. This week is no different and the selection of new music continues to include returning stars and rising talent throughout. Here are our track’s of the week with in depth reviews.
We are slowly making our way towards the glorious festival season and whilst typically there are fewer indoor gigs due to the vast number of outdoor festival slots for artists, there is still a plethora of artists that are performing around the UK. Some of these artists are on tour to promote new material, whilst others are using these gigs to warm up ahead of the summer but no matter what the reason is, we believe you should go and check out some of the artists on this list.
The Canadian singer-songwriter returns with a raw, emotionally filled sixth album.