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Pilotcan

By • Mar 10th, 2019 • Category: long players, Scottish albums

Album opener ‘Page, Take Me To The Lair’ is the sort of track that a lot of other bands would choose to end their first album in 14 years with.



Port Sulphur

By • Feb 27th, 2019 • Category: long players, Scottish albums

I stuck this onto my music player expecting more of the motorik garage pop that makes Port Sulphur’s previous release ‘Paranoic Critical’ the breezy guitar fest that it is.



Desert Ships

By • Feb 18th, 2019 • Category: long players

Some album reviews are potentially easier than others.



Acrylic

By • Feb 14th, 2019 • Category: short players, short players (Scottish)

Clearly overburdened with their demanding lifestyle schedules, Acrylic are asking us to leave them alone



Edwyn Collins

By • Feb 14th, 2019 • Category: short players, short players (Scottish)

Nothing has quite prepared you for this.



Jimi Hendrix

By • Jan 26th, 2019 • Category: long players

Years ago I read a magazine article where someone involved with maintaining the Hendrix legacy claimed to have around 300 hours of unreleased material



The 10.04s

By • Jan 9th, 2019 • Category: long players, Scottish albums

What is the best thing about ‘A Common Wealth’ and its nine tracks?



Calum Wood

By • Jan 9th, 2019 • Category: long players, Scottish albums

Someone at the Scottish tourist board has commissioned musician Calum Wood to write a set of tunes as part of an initiative to attract more tourists to the Cairngorms.



Art Brut

By • Dec 13th, 2018 • Category: long players

Art Brut have always made much of hyperbole.



Haiku Salut

By • Nov 22nd, 2018 • Category: long players

It would be only too easy to run out of verbs when describing the third album from Haiku Salut.