A round-up of this week’s releases that don’t fit into the regular formats (i.e. physical, or a download via Bandcamp)

Alastair White releases ‘The Drowning Shore’ – a 14-minute cantata in Scots/Yiddish, scored for “a mezzo soprano in a screen.” Produced & performed by Clara Kanter, it’s in the form of a video directed and edited by Hannah Lovell.

Dumfries-based singer-songwriter Elia Davidson releases an EP, ‘Hit and Run’, via the usual streaming suspects.

The Naked Feedback‘s new single is a response to how “uninspiring and quite lacklustre the recent James Bond themes have been”. You can stream it, or if you prefer, watch the eight-minute short film it soundtracks…

Glasgow post-punkers Dead Pony put out a new single, which you can hear on Soundcloud. The track by Anna Shields, Blair Crichton, Liam Adams, and Aidan McAllister ’23, Never Me’, is on on LAB Records.

Katie Mackie, a pop artist from the North East of Scotland who has has supported the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Heather Small of M People and Mo Kenny as well as playing with Glasgow based-band ‘American Clay’, releases a new single ‘Glow’.

Alt.soul artist Russell Stewart releases his new single ‘Citrus’, following up 2019 release ‘Midsummer’, which was streamed over half a million times.

Killing Kenny’ has a new single ‘These Streets’. 40 years on from giving up an aspiring music career in the early 80s in Glasgow, singer-songwriter Ken Sunter has teamed up with producer John McLaughlin (Westlife, Busted, Rod Stewart) for his upcoming album. You can stream it, or watch the video…

Sapienn – a Glasgow-based singer/songwriter – releases his second album, ‘Cold Logic’ – just as a stream.

Fife-based Mike Clerk releases ‘Keep Movin” – the single from the former Lost Generation frontman follows August’s ‘Thoughts of Fools‘.

Finally (pictured, top), Jack Hinks‘ new single ‘Jigsaw’ follows ‘Los Angeles‘, which came out in July.