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Leonidas & Hobbes

By • Jul 11th, 2015 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

THE popularity of electronic music is riding high at the moment. Some would argue that since its origins in the 1980s, electro has never really slowed down

Lainie & The Crows

By • Mar 6th, 2015 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

An adjective that gets banded around all too often by music critics and fans alike is atmosphere.

Rock N Roar

By • Feb 8th, 2015 • Category: Feature

If there was ever a year to be Scottish, it was 2014. From the Ryder Cup to the Commonwealth Games, it felt like the eyes of the whole universe were on the biggest little country on the earth.

The Primitives

By • Sep 29th, 2014 • Category: Single review

Brit Pop was a golden era for, well, British music. The hazy days of the early to mid 1990s will always go down in history where the world thought it was from this sceptred isle

Sun Giant

By • Sep 28th, 2014 • Category: Single review

Youth may be no guarantee of innovation but sometimes what ‘aint broke doesn’t need fixed.

The Jellyman’s Daughter

By • Sep 26th, 2014 • Category: Album review, Scottish albums

There really is a great deal to be excited about with the state of Scottish music.

Anti Clone

By • Sep 26th, 2014 • Category: Album review

Taking no prisoners is a strong attitude to have if you’re a heavy metal band.

Colin’s Godson

By • Sep 25th, 2014 • Category: short players (Scottish), Single review

What’s in a name? The title of a song, album and even band can go a long way to describing just exactly what the musicians are all about. Of course, you should never judge a book by its cover. The same goes for a new release from a band. But when it comes to Colin’s […]

Triverse Massacre

By • Aug 9th, 2014 • Category: Album review

Critics often say that artists should write and create what they know about. If that was the case, music fans should be a lot more worried about death metal than they have been all these years

From Her Eyes

By • Jul 18th, 2014 • Category: Album review

One thing that can be said about metalcore music – it’s emotional