Track of the Week: Oct 01 – Oct 08

This is a new feature that String Buzz will be running each and every week just to summarise the best (and worst) we have encountered during our reviews. There will always be three categories: best track, best independent track and worst track. Now if you’re an independent group and would like to be in the running for this, then send your tracks over to: stringbuzzcontent@outlook.com. The tracks don’t necessarily have to of been released during this week, but the track must of had it’s push and or come to our attention during this week. For example, if an independent track was released during last month but has only started making traction this week, it will be included in the running however, if a track was already on the rise dramatically before this week, then it won’t be in the running. No track will be in the running if it has been released over a month before the date which is labelled. So with no further adieu, we present to you our first track of the week segment!

Track of the Week:

Cranes In The Sky – Solange

Honourable Mentions:

The Brain Dance – Animals as Leaders

24k Magic – Bruno Mars

Independent Track of the Week:

MILK – Echo Parade

Worst Track of the Week:

715 – CR∑∑KS – Bon Iver

Honourable Mentions:

Starboy – The Weeknd ft. Daft Punk

False Alarm – The Weeknd

666 ʇ – Bon Iver

So there we are folks, a big round of applause for the winners and a gracious cringe for the losers (I’m looking at you Bon Iver and The Weeknd). Like we said, this award will be up for grabs every week and if you know any tracks we should really check out, then send it over our way! More awards are on their way too!

 

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