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Book Review – Catch The Moments As They Fly by Zoë Strachan

When Zoë Strachan’s debut novel Negative Space was published, back in 2002, it announced ...

Single Reviews – October Issue 55 2023

Yussef Dayes – The Light feat. Bahia Dayes Centred around an intimate moment of ...

EP Review – Burn Your Furniture by The Kidney Flowers

No-nonsense garage punk is truly timeless. Getting three or four of your mates together ...

EP Review – The Masochist by Lloyd’s House

On their new EP, Glasgow-based Lloyd’s House provide a sage reminder that staying static ...

Film Review – Accident Man: Hitman’s Holiday

When you think of UK cinema, the genre of martial arts comedy doesn’t spring ...

Book Review – Motion Sickness by Lynne Tillman

Motion Sickness, the latest novel from acclaimed cult author Lynne Tillman (Weird Fucks, Haunted ...

Book Review – Anamnesis by Iona Lee

Iona Lee’s debut poetry collection is like Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory: everything here is ...

Book Review – Our Strangers by Lydia Davis

Our Strangers, Lydia Davis’ latest short story collection, covers tales about tiny insects, golf ...

Album Review – Prisoners Of Love And Hate by Apostille

It begins with a bloodcurdling scream, introducing the oppressive, metallic synths with which listeners ...

Album Review – Distractions by Sulka

Glasgow-based Sulka (songwriter Lukas Clasen) is something of a shining light. Ever inventive, he ...

Album Review – Move Into The Luminous by Makushin

The Edinburgh-based record label/arts collective Blackford Hill has consistently put out interesting, thoughtful material ...

Album Review – Bad With Names by corto.alto

Starting out in 2019 as a songwriting project in a St Vincent Street flat, ...