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Monica Queen

Hear the name Monica Queen and you may think of her work firstly with Thrum, or more recently Tenement and Temple

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Chris Connelly

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.

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Paul Research

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

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John Rush

John Rush has been bubbling under for a while now, with last album ‘Under the Apple Tree’.

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The Iain Duncan Smiths

The Iain Duncan Smiths have been prodding the political establishment for a few years now

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The Wayne Devro Set

The Wayne Devro Set is the moniker of Brian Docherty, at one point the artist formerly known as Scientific Support Dept.

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Documenting the Yellow Movement

Our writer Ms Mayonnaise has often looked to the small screen for inspiration for her writing

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Music is Torture

itm?’s investigator-in-chief has always boasted of a thespian bent, so it was no surprise that she was drawn to the latest theatrical outing from Dawnings.

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A. Wesley Chung

Glasgow-based Californian songwriter A. Wesley Chung may not be the most familiar name, but that’s because he usually works under a range of alter-egos – when solo, it’s under the pseudonym of The Great Albatross

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This Is Memorial Device / David Keenan

A musician, a record shop owner and radio DJ, David Keenan has written, for BM’s money, one of the best music books to come out of Scotland for some years.