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Album Review: This Could Be Texas by English Teacher

‘I’ve got a war of roses for a head,’ sings Lily Fontaine on English ...

Album Review: For Who to Say by Oyakhire 

Edinburgh rapper Mark Johnson, otherwise known as Oyakhire, is an established name in Scotland’s ...

Album Review: Forgiveness Is Yours by Fat White Family

Fat White Family have always been a band of the time, one of the ...

Album Review: Hex Dealer by Lip Critic

In an era of genre-defying acts like Clown Core and Ho99o9, we’re seeing a ...

Album Review: Real Home by Kiran Leonard

He’s still in his late twenties, but Manchester-born, South London-based Kiran Leonard’s songwriting is ...

Album: Origami Future by Xoom Xoom

In Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ 1986 graphic novel Watchmen, a character purported to ...

Album Review: Machinism by Man Of Moon

If you’re not interested in Krautrock and psychedelia, you need to stop reading this ...

Album Review: Stream by Fergus McCreadie 

Two years after the release of his Mercury Prizenominated and SAY-winning album Forest Floor, ...

Album Review: Voidkind by DVNE

If the thought of progressive metal is enough to shrivel your proverbials, look away ...

EP Review: Cardinal Fire by Grayling

Grayling’s second EP, Cardinal Fire, is set to release later this month via Wild ...

EP Review: La Fusion by LA Priest

With three solo albums and a legacy band (Late of the Pier) behind him, ...

EP Review: BREATHE by Supermann On Da Beat 

Sanjeev Mann has a lot of roles – he’s CCO of Hip Hop Scotland, ...