in the press – on the web and in the papers

6th December 2018

Some recommended reading for you in websites that aren’t this one…

In The National, Nadine McBay talks to Strike The Colours

There’s a bit of a backlog building up including these interviews on is this music? – with Karine Polwart, Bill Wells, Ian Donaldson (out of H2O), Kathryn Joseph, The Twistettes, The Nightingales, Jamie Scott, The Iain Duncan Smiths, TracyAnne and Danny, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Carla J Easton, Randolph’s Leap, and Teenage Fanclub. Sorry there’s not more…

Female First had a chat with Static Future

And For The Rabbits spoke to Malcolm Middleton too…

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5th July 2018

A bit of a random bunch from the past few weeks, starting with… Nadine McBay’s feature on Candythief (more…)

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1st March 2018
Spook School

Frankly, we’ve no idea what other elements of the media are doing at the moment, but is this music? has a small backlog of features on some of your Scottish indie-schmoindie favourites. Including interviews with:

The Spook School
Iglomat, and
The Hazey Janes

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18th January 2018
Belle and Sebastian

One from Vice, as Belle and Sebastian’s Stevie Jackson ranks the band’s albums, in order. Could be awkward…

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2nd December 2017

Some love for Bdy_Prts in the press of late: Jonathan Geddes in the Evening Times

and also Nadine McBay in The National

who has also recently been on the trail of:


Roddy Woomble

and Catholic Action

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30th September 2017

In the press this week: Nadine McBay’s had a chat with Jonnie Common (more…)

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1st September 2017

The National comes up trumps in promoting indie music in Scotland this week – Nadine McBay has a chat with Sister John about their forthcoming album ‘Returned From Sea’

She also looks at the Edinburgh electronic music scene centred around the Paradise Palms venue and including some words from Finitribe‘s Davie Miller.

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3rd August 2017

In the press… Michael Kasparis talks indie labels including his Night School Records with

And Alex Cornish does a ‘Top 5’ kinda thing with AAAEdinburgh

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