Review

Review: BSÍ – Sometimes Depressed…But Always Antifascist

What’s in a name? Well, to their fellow Icelanders, BSÍ’s name probably conjures images ...

Review: Gruff Rhys – Seeking New Gods

Without going out on too much of a limb, Seeking New Gods is probably ...

Controversial & Classic – Film Reviews: ‘Performance’ & ‘The Devils’

As a mid-teen I discovered my two favourite British films. Performance shocked and enraptured ...

Album review: Art d’Ecco – In Standard Definition

Enigmatic Canadian art pop singer Art d’Ecco wears his bellbottoms as unashamedly as Jon ...

Singles review: Boys Noize – ‘Ride or Die’ & ‘IU’

Flexing not one but two new singles, respected DJ/producer Boys Noize delves deeper into ...

Album review: Squid — Bright Green Field

Squid have caught the eyes and ears with singles and an EP, but a ...

Album review: Stanley Odd – Stay Odd : The Magic of Everyday Things

As hip-hop in the US suffers through an era of mumble rap from the ...

EP Review: Rachel Jack – Magazine Girls

Following on from her 2020 acoustic folk album The Calgary Tapes, Rachel Jack goes ...

RCS: Into the New 2021

Into the New is the graduate festival for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Contemporary ...

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 ...