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Alan Vega & Revolutionary Corps Of Teenage Jesus

By • May 20th, 2015 • Category: Album review, Scottish albums

Originally released in 1999, this collaboration between Suicide frontman Vega and Stephen Lironi



Rozi Plain

By • May 19th, 2015 • Category: Album review, Scottish albums

The third album from Rozi Plain is an undeniably gorgeous affair, with an amazing range of styles on display



Blueflint

By • Apr 9th, 2015 • Category: Album review, Scottish albums

Once again, Deborah Arnott and her partner in crime Clare Neilson have served up a fantastic album



Happyness

By • Apr 8th, 2015 • Category: Album review

On paper, the proposition of this album is more than a little odd, I grant you



Aaron Fyfe

By • Mar 27th, 2015 • Category: Album review, Scottish albums

The debut album from young Scotsman Aaron Fyfe is definitely a grower.



Tristin Norwell

By • Mar 13th, 2015 • Category: Album review

The debut solo release from a clearly vastly talented man



Rezillos

By • Mar 13th, 2015 • Category: Album review, Scottish albums

It’s been 37 years since their debut album Can’t Stand The Rezillos – and one of the many great things about their sophomore album is that it pretty much picks up where their debut left off



All We Are

By • Feb 19th, 2015 • Category: Album review, Scottish albums

There’s an urban legend (probably apocryphal) that at one point in the ’80s, Prince tried to sign the Cocteau Twins to his label Paisley Park



Alasdair Roberts

By • Feb 7th, 2015 • Category: Album review, Scottish albums

Though he has quite an impressive indie pedigree, Alasdair Roberts’ work under his own name mostly belongs under folk.



Viet Cong

By • Feb 7th, 2015 • Category: Album review

Before the release of this album, there were two tracks doing the rounds, and one of them was ‘Silhouettes.’