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Track 7 is fucking dead

We have some news to share: maybe it’ll come as a surprise, maybe it won’t, but we have decided to call time on this silly little beautiful project we call Track 7. When delivering the news of something ending, people often use the phrase ‘it is with a heavy heart’. But, as of now, if our hearts feel heavy, it’s […]


The Sonder Bombs: “Being in this band was the first time I ever felt like I had a voice”

“Clothbound is a journey of sadness and self-love existing alongside each other, and a person doing everything they can to hold it together through interpersonal conflicts and imperfect relationships.”


Sacred Insignificance – Getting Existential with Foxing

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


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”


Hurry: Between Worlds

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


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.