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Chris Queen

Interview – Philip Selway On Strange Dance And Tae Sup at The Queen’s Hall

As the drummer with Radiohead, Philip Selway headlined Glastonbury, was in the first band ...

Album Review – Move Into The Luminous by Makushin

The Edinburgh-based record label/arts collective Blackford Hill has consistently put out interesting, thoughtful material ...

Album Review – Bad With Names by corto.alto

Starting out in 2019 as a songwriting project in a St Vincent Street flat, ...

Interview – Gelatine on their UK Tour

Although they’re only on their second release, the frenetic garage rock of young Glasgow ...

EP Review – Novas Distâncias Quebradas by Tarik Rahim

Rahim recorded these four songs between France, Spain, and New Zealand, adapting as the ...

Album Review – Anatomy of Sight by MALKA

As a solo artist, one of the founders of the mighty Hen Hoose collective ...

Bin Juice at The Hug & Pint: Live Review

Rarely – very rarely – the stars align with a live show and everything ...

Debut EP Review: LVRA – soft like steel

‘Welcome to my world, bitch’ says LVRA as the electronic flutter that opens the ...

Nathan Connolly on His Debut Solo Album, The Strange Order of Things

As the guitarist with Snow Patrol and Little Matador, Nathan Connolly has toured the ...