Track by Track: Public Enemy – What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?

In context It’s hard to put across to anyone who wasn’t around then exactly ...

EP review: Zoe Graham – Gradual Move

Glasgow-based musician Zoe Graham’s newly released EP Gradual Move combines lyrically captivating tracks with ...

EP review: Loup Havenith – Bring Yourself to Completion

Over the summer, Loup Havenith (Supercloud) has been recording and experimenting with cassette tapes ...

Single review: Deer Leader – Crocodile

‘Crocodile’ starts off coolly. The sparsely-picked guitar and electronic background hum potter along nicely, ...

Single review: Rachel Jack – Magazine Girls

After the success of debut EP The Calgary Tapes, Rachel Jack is back, with ...

Album review: Thurston Moore – By the Fire

With the nights getting longer and colder, the heat of Thurston Moore’s By The ...

Album review: Beabadoobee – Fake it Flowers

Beabadoobee’s debut album wouldn’t sound out of place as the soundtrack to a late ...

Album Review: Róisín Murphy – Róisín Machine

With a clampdown on house gatherings and most social settings involving alcohol, you might ...

Single review: Redolent – Aspartame

With new track ‘Aspartame’, Edinburgh’s Redolent have managed to perfectly encapsulate that unsettling sense ...

Album review: Adenine – Adenine

It’s common to be told that the Inuit people have a lot of words ...

Single review: Ruby Gaines –Cardamom

Many of us would appreciate the chance to reinvent ourselves this year, so fair ...

Album review: Sloth Metropolis – Humanise

There’s nothing like a Sloth Metropolis show. If you haven’t experienced the band playing ...