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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 ...

Single review: DRIFT – Lifeline

When we don’t have discotheques, do we need disco music? That is a matter ...

Album Review: The Son(s) – The Creatures We Were Before We Are Ghosts

The Son(s) re-appeared in 2018 sporting a new line up and playing almost exclusively ...

Album review: Man of Moon – Dark Sea

There aren’t too many Scottish acts making music like Man of Moon, in terms ...

Track by Track: Andrew Wasylyk – Fugitive Light and Themes of Consolation

Andrew Wasylyk’s fourth solo album comes just a year after The Paralian was short-listed ...

Album review: Mt. Doubt – Doubtlands

We’ve all spent time of late questioning everything we do and looking for answers. ...

Single review: Post Coal Prom Queen ft. Macaroom – Zou

This playful and glitchy new track from Post Coal Prom Queen is the second ...

Live review: Scottish Opera – La bohème – 6th September

With a public starved of live in-person entertainment, it probably would have been enough ...