We. Are. Expanding.

As a team, we are immensely proud of the progress we have made so far at SYS. In the last month, we have staged our first event under the new brand, as well as making leaps and bounds in terms of our blog.

But it’s not just about self-love. We want individuals who possess a true drive and passion to join us on our journey, reporting on the very thing that unites us: music.

So, for this week’s “Tracks of the Week”, I give you the selections of the newest contributors to our blog.

Editor’s Choice:

“No Friends” by PLY

“Providing the fourth instalment in a project where he releases a track on the beginning of each month, PLY’s ‘No Friends’ is an exciting venture for the singer songwriter. A hip-hop infused song about being stuck in Basingstoke (which isn’t so bad, the shopping centre is home to a lovely Pizza Express), PLY’s music is the epitome of the modern-day artist; self-producing his own work whilst breaking away from traditional genre archetypes.”

Luke Topliss:

“bad guy” by Billie Eilish

“Billie Eilish has capitalised off infectious beats and a soft vocal that manages to shine. bad guy is a playful track, toying with a bouncy chorus and mischievous theme, that sends itself off in a shift that nods towards Eilish’s love for horror. This is a true earworm of a track that I’ll struggle to forget anytime soon.”

Steven Tree:

“9:27a.m., 7/29” by mewithoutYou

“An atmospheric, grungy stunner of a track. Dynamic, interesting, and it’s been stuck in my head for days.”