Music

Interviews, previews, reviews and more.  A focus on independent musicians and producers who are from, working in or playing soon in Scotland.

Music video premiere: Twelfth Day – Fact of Life

We're delighted to host the video premiere of Twelfth Day's 'Fact of Life', directed by BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Hannah Currie. Out from tomorrow 14th May, the contemporary Scottish folk/classical duo's song is a moving and poignant track based around their ...

Album review: Arab Strap – As Days Get Dark

The return of Arab Strap has been rapturously received, and if you thought the ...

Interview: Aidan Moffat chats about Arab Strap’s ‘As Days Get Dark’

Hopefully, 2021 will be the year your social life makes a thrilling comeback. But ...

Maisie Peters John Hughes movie

Maisie Peters sees first charting single with ‘John Hughes Movie’

Brighton native Maisie Peters saw the first big milestone when her newest single ‘John ...

Mogwai band as the love continues

Mogwai are number one in the UK album chart

25 years on from the release of the band’s debut single, Mogwai’s tenth studio album As ...

Single review: Twilight Love Triangle – Hopscotch

‘Hopscotch’ is the debut single from this Edinburgh-based trio. Nothing has been held back ...

Single Review: MALKA – Reach Out

‘The light will always follow the dark.’ If you cannot get on board with ...

Single Review: Josephine Sillars – Enemy

Hailing from the Scottish Highlands, the wonderfully whimsical Josephine Sillars is back with new ...

Single Review: Victoria Sponge – Talk About Tonight

‘Talk About Tonight’ is a perfect slice of ear-catching attitude-laden indie rock. This is ...

Album Review: Mogwai – As the Love Continues

In a fractured and failing world, it’s important to find consistency and quality. 25 ...

Single Review: Post Coal Prom Queen – Salt

‘Salt’ emerges into existence with an ominous sci-fi horror synth. Something is amiss. PCPQ ...

Album Review: Seigo Aoyama – On the Drift

Tokyo-based composer and sound designer Seigo Aoyama has been building imaginary worlds for years. ...

Album Review: Clémentine March – Songs of Resilience

At its heart Songs of Resilience is very like its artist – eclectic, charming, ...