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Sacred Insignificance – Getting Existential with Foxing

Rob Mair discusses the unwavering intentionality of Foxing’s fourth record, Draw Down the Moon

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MAN ON MAN and queer joy as an act of resistance

“The very fact of their existence as a band making this explicitly celebratory (and sometimes celebratorily explicit) art about their sexuality and their relationship highlights just how rare it is to see this kind of representation”

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Hurry: Between Worlds

Matt Scottoline speaks to Rob Mair about existing in the space between punk ethos and pop sensibility

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Fightmilk: “As we got more well-adjusted as people, the world got more fucked”

Rob Mair speaks to London indie-punks Fightmilk about their second album, Contender, and shaking off those pesky Britpop comparisons

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Salem: Certified Freak, Seven Days A Week

Will Gould speaks to Track 7’s spooky-bitch-in-residence Alma R about why goth is a lifestyle, not a phase.

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Introducing: Animal Byproducts

Editor Jade Curson takes a deep dive on the Manchester ‘parp-punks’ second EP, Attempts At Understanding

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Stillhungry: “We complete each other”

In comparison to its 2019 predecessor, their sophomore record presents an even more confident version of the band, with a fully-fledged identity and personality.