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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.


Sum of All Your Parts (Easy Life)

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


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


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