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Chris Queen

Single Review: iBrina – Be Ready

As part of a project marking 60 years of Jamaican independence, singer songwriter iBrina ...

Interview: Zazim X Rua Soul – Yarrow

Yarrow by Zazim x Rua Soul was released earlier this summer and has barely ...

Student Guide: Five Glasgow Albums You Should Own (Or at Least Pretend To)

Cities have a sound, in the popular imagination at least – Paris skips to ...

Interview: Pitch Scotland

The inaugural Pitch conference comes to Glasgow this year, an event for hip-hop and ...

Single review: Celestial North – The Nature of Light

This dreamy, effervescent synth-pop from Edinburgh’s Celestial North at once evokes a witchy, wiccan ...

Single review: ASK ALICE – Demonia

This is bass-heavy paganism from Natalie Joy Reid and producer SERA, with massive dance ...

Single review: The Steens – What a Way to Die

Scuzzy, distorted garage blues are in evidence here from the Orange County brothers, with ...

Interview: Superorganism

Formed out of the detritus of various internet music forums in 2017, Superorganism’s unique ...

Album Review: Nimbus Sextet – Forward Thinker

While a lot of bands promise a multi-genre influence, few actually deliver on it. ...

Interview: Cryptic Nights

Supporting emerging artists producing boundary-crossing work in audio, film and art since 2013, Cryptic ...

Album Review: Atom Eyes –Blue into Gold

Formed from a series of meetings in late night bars, Atom Eyes have a ...