Interview, books: Graeme Armstrong – The Young Team

Graeme Armstrong’s The Young Team is one of the most widely discussed and critically ...

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. ...

SNACK Tracks: Man of Moon – Dark Sea

In SNACK Tracks we’ll ask some of our favourite artists questions which are linked, ...

SAY Award 2020 Longlist

The Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) Award (Scotland’s national music prize) have announced the twenty ...

Music Interview: KLEOPATRA – MACHINA EP

KLEOPATRA’s MACHINA EP creates a brilliantly realised cyberpunk world, with its futuristic DIY synth ...

Interview: IDLES’ Mark Bowen on their new Album Ultra Mono.

If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention. By that ethos, IDLES have spent ...

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

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