Single review: Kaputt – Movement Now

Kaputt, the Glasgow-based DIY sextet, are back with new single ‘Movement Now’. Post-punky and ...

Single review: Sulka – Hollow Days

‘Hollow Days’ is the latest single from recording project Sulka. Brought to you by ...

Album review: The Gracious Losers – Six Road Ends

You find some people get too hung up on country music, possibly scarred from ...

Album review: Flock of Dimes – Head of Roses

Jenn Wasner’s indie rock duo Wye Oak have been around for a number of ...

Single review: Probably Finlay – The Unquiet Grave

Edinburgh-based singer-songwriter Probably Finlay’s new release ‘The Unquiet Grave’ is an orchestral offering inspired ...

Single review: Bachelor – Stay in the Car

Palehound’s Ellen Kempner and Jay Som’s Melina Duterte coming together to form a collaborative ...

Single review: Glassmasterer – Trouvaille

Lewis Bigham, aka Glassmasterer, has been producing music since 2016, dabbling in jazz, hip ...

Album review: Teenage Fanclub – Endless Arcade (Track by Track)

No band truly enjoys universal goodwill, but Teenage Fanclub come close. The announcement that ...

Compilation EP review: OVER/AT – FOLKS’ SONGS

FOLKS’ SONGS is a new EP from the world of Scottish trans music-making, created ...

Single review: Sister John – How Can I Keep it Alive

The Glasgow-based four-piece return with new single ‘How Can I Keep It Alive’, a ...

Single review: Teen Canteen – How We Met (Cherry Pie)

Good pop music can sparkle in any setting or surroundings. That’s one of the ...

Review: Human Rights Watch Festival

Much can change in the space of 30 years, and few organisations will have ...