Review: Dot Allison – Heart-shaped Scars

Heart-Shaped Scars might be Dot Allison’s first record in more than a decade, but it’s right on time. If the pace of the digital world drags you down, here’s an antidote. Heart-Shaped Scars by Dot Allison Fragility and robustness go ...

Book review: John Gerard Fagan – Fish Town

John Gerard Fagan’s Fish Town is not only the latest in the genre of ...

Single review: Book Klub – Life of Me

When a band is labelled ‘post-punk’, you immediately have a strong idea of how ...

Album Review: Wojtek the Bear – Heaven by the Back Door

If you love references to ships and boats, you’re in luck. Perhaps a nod ...

Single review: Imogen Stirling – Speak

Imogen Stirling, writer, poet, performer, and playwright, returns to the music scene with spoken ...

Poetry collection review: David Linklater – Scenes from a God Movie

Glasgow-based David Linklater has published a third poetry collection, his second with homegrown indie ...

Book review: Alan Warner –Kitchenly 434

There are some writers whose work isn’t easily categorised, who try something new each ...

Book review: Alan Gillespie – The Mash House

Alan Gillespie is a writer and teacher from Fife who has studied at the ...

Album review: Eliza Shaddad – The Woman You Want

Effortlessly blending influences from her diverse heritage, Sudanese Scottish artist Eliza Shaddad has released ...

Album review: Gnoss – The Light of the Moon

The Light of the Moon is Gnoss’s second studio album. Created throughout 2020, it ...

Single review: Midnight Ambulance – 5AM

Midnight Ambulance have got the blue lights on, speeding to another sonic emergency, and ...

Album review: Auld White Label – Hits from Beyond

Concept albums are tricky. Too often, in an attempt at universality, the concept can ...

Single review: Oh Baby – Cruel Intention

Last year was a fairly cruel, cruel summer, and none of us have any ...