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Randolph’s Leap

No matter how good the solo shows and the solo recordings are I’ve always felt that Randolph’s Leap songs are heard to best effect in the context of the full eight-piece band.

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Spare Snare

Dundee lo-fi legends Spare Snare are about to release a handsome boxset containing all their BBC sessions – to date.

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De Rosa

2019 marks the tenth anniversary of the release of De Rosa’s ‘Prevention’

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Bdy_Prts

Duo Jill O’Sullivan (Sparrow & The Workshop) and Jenny Reeve (Strike the Colours) have been performing as BDY_PRTS around Scotland for at least 5 years now.

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The Blue Aeroplanes

“Are they still going?” A not uncommon response when I mentioned that I was going to see the Blue Aeroplanes recently.

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Lomond Campbell

Hot on the heels of FOUND’S fifth album ‘Terra Nova’ (released in July on Chemikal Underground) front man Ziggy Campbell is about to release his first album under his Lomond Campbell guise.

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Stoor

For a band that’s been around for more than 20 years Dundee quartet STOOR have maintained a steadfastly low profile for much of that time.

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The Chills

Just re-released on Flying Nun, ’Kaleidoscope World’ is the Chills album that just keeps on expanding.

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Kid Canaveral

For a band who started off with a happy go lucky indie pop image, Kid Canaveral have travelled quite a distance in a relatively short time.

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The Chills

Just re-released on Flying Nun, ’Kaleidoscope World’ is the Chills album that just keeps on expanding.