a casual introduction

18th June 2020

The phrase “needs no introduction” is an over-used one, but for anyone remotely interested in alternative Scottish music, Jill O’Sullivan will be a well-kent face. (more…)

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30th April 2020

Taking their moniker from a non-existent town imagined by sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick, the electronica produced by this duo has considerably more substance than their namesake, (more…)

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14th April 2020

Having a foot in several camps – or musical genres – can’t hurt if you want to get your music ‘out there’ (more…)

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17th July 2019

Take a trio of former members of Dananananaykroyd, The Second Hand Marching Band and The Boy Cartographer, among others… and you end up with a trio sounding… nothing much like any of the above. (more…)

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14th June 2019

Younger readers might recall a band called The Muldoons, something of a fixture on the Scottish indie scene for around 5 years at the start of the 1990s. . (more…)

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2nd March 2019

This loose four or five-piece have been lauded as influential by many a band in Scotland (more…)

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11th November 2018

DIY and prog aren’t musical genres usually mentioned in the same breath. (more…)

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2nd June 2018

The name may be familiar – very familiar to some – and the face, likewise, is one which has been a fixture on the Scottish music scene. (more…)

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16th March 2018

Unashamedly fans of power pop, here’s a quintet who have been compared to the likes of Weezer and The Cars and classic pop from the 50s and 60s. (more…)

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30th October 2017

It’s not easy, standing out in a scene well-served for indie bands making powerful, atmospheric rock. (more…)

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