Music

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

Single review: Sister John – In My Place

A few issues ago we mentioned the fact that Sister John are a band ...

Album review: Bethan Nia – Ffiniau

Award-winning harpist Bethan Nia’s debut album Ffiniau (Borders) is self-described as ethereal Celtic folk: ...

Album review: Wolf Alice – Blue Weekend

Wolf Alice have always been more interesting than your standard indie band, on Blue ...

Single review: Malka – Alive

Following on from her excellent 2020 album I’m Not Your Soldier and itchy but ...

Interview: Wolf Alice (Ellie & Joel) – Blue Weekend

Some bands have an instantly definable sound, a consistency to their music that leaves ...

EP Review: RYLAH – Running in the Dark

RYLAH might be a new name to you, but they’re likely to be more ...

Album review: Glüme – The Internet

Elusive singer Glüme describes herself as ‘a Walmart Marilyn Monroe’, which seems apposite. After ...

Album review: Fergus Hall – Shores

Shores is the debut album from Scottish composer Fergus Hall. The album is a ...

EP: Charlotte de Witte – Formula

‘Count on me, I’m gonna win the race.’ Not since the heyday of Yello ...

EP review: Post Coal Prom Queen – PCPQ

Post Coal Prom Queen’s debut EP as a duo, PCPQ, sees them distil their ...

Compilation review: Noctambulant Sound Records – Noctambulism VA

Breaks, Techno, Dubstep, Grime, Bass, Leftfield, Electro – Noctambulant Sound Records live by the ...

Mix album review: Jayda G’s DJ-Kicks

After a momentous year that saw her EP Both of Us / Are You ...