Album review: Sloth Metropolis – Humanise

Humanise by Sloth Metropolis There’s nothing like a Sloth Metropolis show. If you haven’t experienced the band playing live, complete with papier mâché demons, anthropomorphic sloths, and all the ritualistic garb of a human sacrifice in a deliberately home-made aesthetic, ...

Album review: Mt. Doubt – Doubtlands

We’ve all spent time of late questioning everything we do and looking for answers. ...

Single review: Post Coal Prom Queen ft. Macaroom – Zou

This playful and glitchy new track from Post Coal Prom Queen is the second ...

Live review: Scottish Opera – La bohème – 6th September

With a public starved of live in-person entertainment, it probably would have been enough ...

Album review: Carla J. Easton – Weirdo

The minute you realise there is something a bit different about you, and that ...

Game review: Ghost of Tsushima

When I first saw footage of Ghost of Tsushima, the last big Playstation 4 ...

Book review: The Strange Book of Jacob Boyce by Tom Gillespie

Scottish literature has a long and distinguished history of combining the psychological with the ...

EP Review: Beta Waves – EP1

From the moment the drum bus filter opens and the sharp claps and rim ...

Single review: Madison Fiorenza ‘Fever Dream’

Just because something seems instantly familiar, it doesn’t mean it offers nothing new. A ...

Single review: Wuh Oh – ‘Softstyle’

If you’re dreaming of being poolside or eagerly awaiting the re-opening of the clubs ...

Album review: Fair Mothers – In Monochrome

An awakening, a searing clarity, epiphany – for Kevin Allan, aka Fair Mothers, these ...

Film review: Clemency

Following in the footsteps of the recent Just Mercy, the sobering and austere Clemency ...

Film review: Bad Education

This astute and morally complex true-life drama takes a satirical look at the insidiousness ...

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