Band of Holy Joy

Flights of fancy

For almost four decades, Johny Brown has pursued a musical and literary vision designed to celebrate the ordinariness of everyday life, to bring an added depth to his and our lived experience. more… “Band of Holy Joy”


Sound on Sound

When you can quote praise from artists ranging from Clint Mansell to Hudson Mohawke in your press release you must be doing something right, and Glasgow-based artist Clair Crawford seems to be doing just that… more… “Clair”

Martyn Ware

Electronically yours

Martyn Ware apologies for being late for our call. “I’ve just got off the phone to Howard Jones,” he says, “interviewing him for the podcast”. more… “Martyn Ware”

Chris Connelly

Cause for celebration

Music and poetry often go hand-in-hand, but it’s safe to say that a Booker prize-nominated Orcadian and a member of a US-based industrial rock supergroup are unlikely to feature together on many album credits. more… “Chris Connelly”

Paul Research

Going the extra mile

For many music fans of a certain vintage, the guitar work on the seminal Scars album ‘Author Author’ is as an iconic part of post-punk more… “Paul Research”



Glasvegas have returned with a new record, SEVEN years on from ‘Later, When The TV Turns To Static’. We spoke to the band’s frontman James Allan on their way back from the musical wilderness. more… “Glasvegas”