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Album review

Pale Waves

My Mind Makes Noises (Dirty Hit / Interscope))

It seems as though this album has been a long time coming.



Anna Calvi

Hunter (Domino)

…bloody hell, now that’s what I’m talking about.



Fatherson

Sum of All Your Parts (Easy Life)

Fatherson are going places – this new album, released September 14th, shows maturity and development



Idles

Joy As An Act Of Resistance (Partisan)

They may come across as the classic punk rockers, but this Bristol five-piece preach love, not destruction



Vrwrk

On The Outside (Run Tell Secrecy)

Beginning with the bass-heavy ‘Different Crowd’, this is an album that guides you through the full history of dance music



Neil and Liam Finn

Lightsleeper (PIAS)

Lightsleeper is a very soft and intimate record that has obviously been moulded around Neil (the father) and Liam (the son’s) relationship



Wojtek the Bear

A Talent For Being Unreasonable (Scottish Fiction)

First thing I think of when I get an album is, who does it remind me of?



Jamie Scott

Glasgow Garden Festival '18 (2 Stripe)

So, a concept album about the Glasgow Garden Festival… come back…



Boobs of Doom

Thor's Womb (Odd Chorus)

BM is a massive fan of the Boobs, and this is their latest, a three-track album with the longest track clocking in at over 40 minutes.



Sister John

Returned From Sea (Last Night From Glasgow)

Another overdue review… Sister John played a blinder at LNFG’s 2017 birthday party in 2017