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Album Review – High On Ripple by Dragged Up

Since 2023’s weirdly wonderful Hex Domestic EP, we’ve become big fans of Glasgow rockers ...

Single Review – Dogma by Wine Moms

I remember the first time I saw Wine Moms play – I saw their ...

Single Review – Hush by LYLO

The first release from the Glasgow five-piece since 2018’s Post Era is a downbeat ...

Single Review – I Like It Like That by Alys Hardy

The debut single from the Welsh singer-songwriter captures the giddy rush of the heart ...

EP Review – Greenhouse Baby (Live at Chime Studios) by Lacuna

Richly textured and dynamic, Lacuna’s latest EP, Greenhouse Baby, feels like a whole day ...

Single Review – Tell Me Again by Marky Wildtype

In a departure from his previous indie folk sound, Marky Wildtype’s latest single ‘Tell ...

EP Review – Live at the Carron Bothy by Last Boy

Strong, dusky vocals and a moodily ambient production marks ‘Live From the Carron Bothy’, ...

EP Review – Drop 7 by Little Simz

A decade after the debut of her Drop series, acclaimed British rapper Little Simz ...

Album Review – The Shakes by Savage Mansion

 A few years ago there was a theory going round that guitar music could ...

Album Review – Start From The Endless by Union of Knives

Eighteen years and an almost complete change of line-up on from their debut album, ...

Book Review – The Price of Life: In Search of What We’re Worth and Who Decides by Jenny Kleeman

Jenny Kleeman states from the outset that she is ‘not a numbers person…economist, an ...

EP Review – Now We’re Getting Somewhere by SHEARS

Since earning a following singing cover songs online, Leith-based (Ayrshire-born) producer Rebecca Shearing has ...