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Poor Things

Born and bred in Perth, this Glasgow-based garage rock trio may be Poor Things by name but, if their eponymous debut LP is anything to go by, their music is rich in summery surf pop. Thanks to the band’s knack for penning some excellent songs (well, they have been playing together for over ten years […]

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short players (Scottish) Single review

Colin’s Godson

Quietly rocking away under the radar for a few years now, these four cheeky indie chaps from Glasgow are back with a track from brand new EP ‘Colin’s Godson at the Speed of Sound’.

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Gig review

Blood Red Shoes

Some may think two is a strange number for a touring band, but with the talent possessed by Brighton’s Blood Red Shoes, it’s more than enough.

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Casual Sex

Despite their cheeky moniker, Glasgow’s Casual Sex boast a huge sense of charm and intrigue.

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We Are Scientists / PAWS

When Glasgow surf punk trio PAWS released their debut album ‘Cokefloat’ last year, they probably didn’t expect that one of Brooklyn’s finest indie acts We Are Scientists would not only discover and share their music with their own fans but invite them on their next full UK tour.

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Gig review gig reviews (Scottish)

Tunabunny / The Spook School / Woog Riots

Glasgow Southside indie gig promoters Pop! South may only be a few months old but they’re quickly becoming known for rallying together some of the finest little-known acts

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Gig review

Dinosaur Pile-Up

Let’s get one thing straight. This band are VERY LOUD.

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short players (Scottish) Single review

GUMS!

Following last year’s ‘The Glasgow Summer’ EP, GUMS! return with another self-produced release, the not-so-cheerily titled ‘Antipathy’.

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Dinosaur Pile-up

There are many words for a man like Matt Bigland, but slacker is not one of them.

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Surfer Blood

As the name suggests, there’s more than a bit of surfer influence here. The Beach Boys and early Weezer could easily be cited as potential inspiration