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short players (Scottish) Single review

Garlands

You might already have heard Garlands. Vic Galloway’s a fan, as are Jim Gellatly and Tom Robinson.

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Josh Doyle

Josh Doyle has released two albums, four EPs, had four top 30 singles in the UK charts, supported Bon Jovi and Robbie Williams on massive arena tours around the country and appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live. In 2012 he was named “Top Undiscovered Singer-Songwriter” by Guitar Centre. And yet… I bet you’ve never heard of […]

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Gig review

The Shins / Grandaddy / Honeyblood

Right slap bang in the middle of a weekend of music

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Album review Scottish albums

Outstandifold and the Wettygrippers

For the uninformed, Outstandifold and the Wettygrippers (OATW) are a Kilmarnock-based outfit three albums deep into a musical escapade that has seen them take on a range of musical projects.

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Album review

Mimi Oz

Whether you’re into the lush summer pop vibes of ‘Dreaming Again’, or the simpering trumpet interludes of the jazz-fuelled ‘Neptune Hotel’

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short players (Scottish) Single review

Gordon Harrow

Musical joy can be hard to capture. Especially when considering an artist you’ve only ever heard play live.

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Gig review

Turin Brakes

Turin Brakes have come a long way since ‘The Optimist LP’ was released back in 2001.

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Kathryn Joseph / Gareth Dickson

Venue and musician have never married so well as The Mackintosh Church embracing the languorous and enveloping sound of Gareth Dickson.

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Album review Scottish albums

The Girobabies

Utopia: An imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect.

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C Duncan

‘Architect’ is a rare breed of album. It took an entire year to craft but only one man to do it.