It used to be that to release an actual record you had to be a ‘proper’ band – quit your job, get signed to a label.
John Rush has been bubbling under for a while now, with last album ‘Under the Apple Tree’.
In a wintry January what better time to get away from it all, to the lush paradise isle of Y’Hup – even if it is an imaginary place conjured up by music.
For most people, ‘social isolation’ will be tricky – especially the culture shock if going from the daily buzz of a city commute.
Once famous for its three Js – jam, jute and journalism – the city by the Tay is now known for a couple of Ds – digital and design.
There’s not much to laugh about at the moment, but Dickson Telfer can still take a joke.
Col. Mustard and the Dijon 5 may be the Hardest Working Act in Showbiz.
‘Punk’s not dead’ goes the old cliche, and The Valves are the latest act to be resurrected.
For bands from a certain era, musical reunions seem to be all the rage.
It’s not every day you get to speak to a living legend. Although Andrew Burnett takes that accolade with a pinch of salt.