Interview: Kirsti Wishart – The Knitting Station

Kirsti Wishart is a critically-acclaimed writer whose work has been widely published in a ...

Interview: TAAHLIAH – Angelica

There is a growing excitement and anticipation surrounding TAAHLIAH. From being the first Black ...

Interview: Jimmy Cauty – ESTATE

K Foundation musician, DJ, and producer Jimmy Cauty needs no introduction for anyone who ...

Album review: Eliza Shaddad – The Woman You Want

Effortlessly blending influences from her diverse heritage, Sudanese Scottish artist Eliza Shaddad has released ...

Album review: Gnoss – The Light of the Moon

The Light of the Moon is Gnoss’s second studio album. Created throughout 2020, it ...

Single review: Midnight Ambulance – 5AM

Midnight Ambulance have got the blue lights on, speeding to another sonic emergency, and ...

Album review: Auld White Label – Hits from Beyond

Concept albums are tricky. Too often, in an attempt at universality, the concept can ...

Single review: Oh Baby – Cruel Intention

Last year was a fairly cruel, cruel summer, and none of us have any ...

EP review: Co-Accused – The Psychonaut Society

The Psychonaut Society EP from Co-Accused may hail from outer space, but it’s filling ...

Single review: Sister John – In My Place

A few issues ago we mentioned the fact that Sister John are a band ...

Album review: Bethan Nia – Ffiniau

Award-winning harpist Bethan Nia’s debut album Ffiniau (Borders) is self-described as ethereal Celtic folk: ...

Album review: Wolf Alice – Blue Weekend

Wolf Alice have always been more interesting than your standard indie band, on Blue ...