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The Scottish Enlightenment

Potato Flower (Amellodie)

Their first release in eight years, this album from the Fife-based combo follows up 2010’s debut ‘St. Thomas’.

Sex Swing

Sex Swing (Quietus Phonographic Corporation)

This album was released a while ago (2016)

MJ Hibbett and the Validators

20 Golden Grates (Artists Against Success)

Nostalgia is in the air, and what better way to celebrate a couple of decades in underground music than by going completely retro.

Vital Idles

Left Hand (Upset the Rhythm)

BM has had an interest in this lot ever since their Frabbits support slot at Barrowlands in 2016


Selfies Inside The Coffin (bandcamp)

So Babybird is prolific on Bandcamp, and here is another one… another album…

Port Sulphur

Paranoic Critical (Creeping Bent)

This is a pedigree project, with involvement from some of the best Scottish musicians over the decades

King of The Slums

Artgod Dogs (854878)

Apart from good and bad Britpop, there were other things abroad in England in the late 80s/early 90s


All These People Are Me (A Modern Way)

Dave Hook has done a lot for Scottish rap music in recent years, as frontman of Stanley Odd and often one man in the wilderness


Lovelaws (Caroline)

TT is perhaps better known as Theresa Waynan, singer and guitarist with LA indie band Warpaint.

Sweaty Palms

Quit Now (Nice Swan)

This is Sweaty Palms’ debut album, comprising 11 tracks and including a couple of previous single releases. It is an absolute belter – loud, in yer face and very uncompromising. Highlights are ‘Queer Fatwa’ which sounds like Fat White Family vs The Cramps if they happened to meet in a Glasgow dive… the riotous ‘Captain […]