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EP Review: Lloyd’s House – We Could be Friends

Released via Corkscrew Records and recorded entirely on a 2005 8-track mixer, Lloyd’s House’ ...

EP review: Lizzie Reid – Cubicle

A fresh but affirmed voice on Glasgow’s bustling indie folk scene, Lizzie Reid’s six ...

Album review: Aerial East – Try Harder

Rarely has a cover version suited the covering artist more than Aerial East’s sparsely ...

EP review: Alex Amor – Love Language

Perfectly produced with swagger and sincerity to match, Alex Amor’s Love Language is an ...

Django Django ‘Glowing in the Dark’ – album track by track

The identity or character of Django Django is about as straightforward to nail down ...

Single review: Nubiyan Twist Featuring K.O.G. – If I Know

Fun and spirited, the latest release from Nubiyan Twist is a vibrant showcase of ...

Album review: Goat Girl – On All Fours

Virtually everything is political. Just because the new Goat Girl album doesn’t loudly rail ...

Album review: Anna B Savage – A Common Turn

London-based singer-songwriter Anna B Savage’s album, A Common Turn, is an extraordinary statement of ...

Single review: Felix and The Sunsets – This Will Change

‘This Will Change’ is the newest single from the Edinburgh based alt-rock group Felix ...

Book review: Andrew O’Hagan – Mayflies

Andrew O’Hagan often weaves fact and fiction in his novels, using real lives and ...

Review: Dardishi Zine – Issue 2

Dardishi Zine is a community arts project founded by and showcasing the cultural talents ...

Film Review: Comfort Zone looks at Tbilisi’s vibrant drag community, focusing on activist and performer Matt Shally

Comfort Zone, a short film by Paris-based director Jordan Blady, dazzlingly showcases Tbilisi’s LGBTQ+ ...