Skip to content
Features

Glass Beach: Better Living Through Irony

Zoe Evans talks to LA’s Glass Beach about how they’ve used irony as a tool to build a devoted online community

Features

Nervus: “Empower yourself with knowledge”

Last year, Paris Fawcett spoke to Em Foster from Nervus about the politically-charged third record Tough Crowd, easily as relevant now as it was on release.

Features

A.A. Williams: The Shape of Heavy To Come

“Forever Blue stands as a bold statement of personal identity”

Features

2nd Grade: “It feels good to be putting out a joyful document right now”

Mia Hughes looks for a little bit of respite from the world around us by diving into 2nd Grade’s world with Peter Gill

Essays

Bomb The Music (Journalism) Industry!

“…a year of private contrition seems to be the price of admission for (alleged) predators to be welcomed back to their pages with open arms.”

Features

Truth Cult: “There’s a lot more to the Black experience than just feeling pain”

Mia Hughes speaks to Paris Roberts of Truth Cult about their debut LP, the importance of seeing yourself represented, and better living through astrology.

Features

Transatlanticism: A Deep Dive with Lakes

Rob Mair chats to Watford wonders (and Track 7 faves) Lakes about their plans for the future and being Big In The States

Albums

Track 7: EOTY 2019

So this is a new little thing for us but by request we have put together a shortlist of our favourite EPs of 2019. Enjoy xoxo Sweet Peach – Sheer Existence (Ryan Wilkinson) With track titles like ‘what if we kissed at the kia summer sales event?’ and ‘Everyone Needs a Song Called Untitled’, one could be forgiven for assuming […]

Albums

Track 7 AOTY 2019

Alright, you know the drill by now. We asked everyone to write about their favourite record of 2019, and if you’re so inclined, you can read about them here. I’m off back to bed to eat leftover mince pies.