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Robin Adams

‘One Day’, the new album from Glasgow songwriter Robin Adams, proves to be a beguiling addition to his body of work.

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Robin Adams

‘The Beggar’ is Robin Adams’ fifth solo album and is an intensely personal one

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Yacouba Sissoko

Influenced by the different strands of the Malian music heritage and also by afrobeat, Cuban and Latino music, Yacouba Sissoko quickly made a name for himself

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The Leaf Library

There is a spectral feel to Leaf Library’s debut, with spaced-out soundscapes that meander along at their own pace.

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Killing Joke

Quite frankly, ‘Pylon’ is more vital sounding than it has any right to be, considering Killing Joke formed in 1978.

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Shambles Miller

‘Doing Stuff is Hard’ is the plaintive title of the new EP from Glaswegian singer-songwriter Shambles Miller.

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Inspector Tapehead

Inspector Tapehead released their debut ‘Duress Code’ in 2010 on Edinburgh indie Song, By Toad then broke-up.

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Vasa

‘Smashletes’, the opening track of ‘Colours’, is a mere 41 seconds long but manages to capture the essence of what lies in store

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Robin Adams

Robin Adams has been making brilliant music for a few years now but is still an unfamiliar name to many

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Andrew Wilson & Lovers Turn to Monsters

‘Everything We Miss’ is a collaborative project between two young Scottish songwriters, Andrew Pearson and Kyle Wood (who usually records and plays under the name ‘Lovers Turn to Monsters’)