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Stanley Odd

By • May 11th, 2021 • Category: Gig review, gig reviews (Scottish)

Another live gig? Well almost…



Stock Manager

By • May 5th, 2021 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

Stock Manager have had quite a low profile until now but this Glasgow-based three-piece have a new single out and it is quite the thing.



John Rush

By • May 5th, 2021 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

John Rush has been building up a reputation these last few years with previous releases and some great live performances.



Dutch Wine

By • May 5th, 2021 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

Glasgow band Dutch Wine’s fourth single sees them develop their multi-layered guitar sound further



The Iain Duncan Smiths

By • May 5th, 2021 • Category: Single review

BM has covered them before and they appear to have no chance of landing a record deal but here is another recommendation for parodists extraordinaire The Iain Duncan Smiths. Since BM was last on their Soundcloud site (Soundcloud looks like it is going to be a subscription site for the full content) the boys (Johnny […]



Hamish Hawk

By • May 2nd, 2021 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

Edinburgh-based Hamish Hawk has been active for a wee while now, but hasn’t really come up on BM’s radar until now



Chvrches

By • May 2nd, 2021 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

The Scottish electropop giants return with their first new material in a year or two, a likely prelude to a fourth album later in the year.



Feet of Clay

By • May 1st, 2021 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

Based in the West of Scotland (Coatbridge to be exact) and Feet of Clay’s current single



Adam Stafford

By • Apr 30th, 2021 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

Adam Stafford started lockdown by releasing an album of “old” songs but this is the first track from a forthcoming new album



The Girl Who Cried Wolf

By • Apr 22nd, 2021 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

This is in fact the first music that The Girl Who Cried Wolf ever made, from back in 2016.