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Gig review

The 1975

Despite being a band for ten years, The 1975 still have a distinct youth and originality on their side that gives them an edge above other musicians.

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T in the Park

Let’s get straight to it – T in the Park has just celebrated its 20th year of offering Scotland an ever-growing and increasingly popular music festival fix.

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Album review Scottish albums

It Girl

Glasgow based band It Girl certainly have the vibe of post-punk about them. The deep and troubled vocals hang heavy over the tracks, but to its success more than failure

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Album review Scottish albums

Rose Parade

‘Midnight Wine’ opens the debut album of Rose Parade. From the off there’s a relaxed vibe that’s playful too, teaming bass and guitar chords with percussion

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Single review

Go On Do It Jump

Look no further – you’ve found an Oxfordshire band worth listening to.

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Album review Scottish albums

Sacre Noir

Opener ‘2nd Transmission’ presents itself as something out of a sci-fi movie, with angelic harmonic vocals which sink into pulsed synths.

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Album review Scottish albums

Dead Sea Souls

The Scottish roots of the Dead Sea Souls are evident in their debut album We Were Always Electric

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Single review

Young Aviators

Having formed in 2009, it seems that Young Aviators have found their signature sound.

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short players (Scottish) Single review

Super National

Super National radiates a chilled-out vibe from their single ‘Meds To Get Over’

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Gig review

Lucy Rose

Lucy-Rose was totally pitch perfect, from the first note to the last.